Hello World: Enjoy the Castillion Experience!
Hotel De Castillion**** is located at the heart of the historically rich city centre of Bruges, UNESCO World Heritage, also known as the Venice of the North. You will find us in the shadow of St. Salvator’s Cathedral, at a stone’s throw from the Market Square, the Belfry, the Burg, the City Hall, the Basilica of the Holy Blood, the Quay of the Rosary (Rozenhoedkaai), De Halve Maan Brewery, the Groeninge Museum and the Minnewater Park, to name but a few. In short, the four-star Hotel De Castillion is undoubtedly the ideal starting point for exploring the many sights and attractions the beautiful city of Bruges has to offer!
Featuring a lavishly atmospheric setting and ambience, this sumptuous and exclusive boutique hotel is housed in a historic sixteenth-century corner house which served as a residence of Bruges’ 15th bishop, Monseigneur Joannes Baptista Ludovicus de Castillion, in the mid-eighteenth century. Two centuries later, the Marc en Leen Christiaens-Stevens family converted the former Episcopal Palace to serve a new purpose, as the Hotel De Castillion.
This family-run four-star hotel, which recently underwent a complete renovation, is globally hailed as an oasis of calm, a place where unconditional hospitality, a rich history and contemporary, luxurious comfort combine to turn your stay into an unforgettable experience.
Are you planning an intimate romantic getaway? Really longing for a short break from the daily drudge? Or would you like to combine business with pleasure during that protracted business trip? And would you like to enjoy all of this in an authentic setting that does not skimp on modern amenities? Then look no further and book with us immediately. You just know that you have come to the right place: Hotel De Castillion.
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Why Hotel De Castillion?
- Premium location
- Great customer satisfaction and focus
- Excellent service
- Parking by the hotel
- Free Wi-Fi
- Delicious breakfast buffet
- Cozy bar
- Authentic art-deco salon
- Excellent High Tea
- Rich history and modern comforts