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Stayed here on the way through Luxembourg, it was great for the night, all aspects pleasing plus it had a very nice restaurant meaning once in I didn't need to go out until the morning
This hotel was well positioned with a bus stop outside and train station across the street. Great breakfast with multiple choice and our room was clean and roomy with tea and coffee making facilities. Would stay here again.
A short, pleasant walk to the center. Excellent buffet breakfast. A comfortable, clean, smoke free room. Some street noise in ours overlooking the street. Overall, an excellent value and well located.
The room was immaculate with one grossly obvious blemish: cigarette burns, two of them, all the way through the bedspread, right in the middle. What an oversight to make a beautiful room in a beautiful historic hotel look trashy as a first impression. The hotel was in a great location if you are ...
On of the best hotel i been to quiet relax classic i love it too much i like the style of the hotel & the area its nice for honeymooners & family the place make you breath very fresh air very very cozy i like everything close to castle and tourist places i will visit it again - 50 mins driving to ...
The Grand Hotel Alfa, one of the oldest hotels in Luxembourg, is one of Luxembourg City’s best-known four-star hotels. In the Gare Quartier, south of Luxembourg City’s River Pétrusse, it’s a sight to behold. Meanwhile the Grand Hotel Cravat has stood the test of time in Ville Haute, two minutes from Notre Dame Cathedral, Luxembourg’s most popular tourist attraction.
Luxembourg is one of the richest countries in the world, and its capital is packed with influential banks and businesses, as well as being home to the European Court of Justice. There’s little surprise, then, that the city boasts some truly impressive top-end hotels, restaurants, bars and nightclubs. You’ll find a great range of four-star hotels in Gare Quartier, then you can cross the viaduct for cocktails, coffee and people watching over a coffee towards to the north west of Luxembourg’s old town, where the achingly chic in-crowd adds to the city’s eclectic personality.
Old-world architecture meets cutting-edge art at Casino Luxembourg on rue Notre Dame. The great composer Franz Liszt once played here, and Winston Churchill stayed here in 1946. Across town in Kirchberg, the strikingly modern and world-renowned MUDAM, the Grand Duke Jean Museum of Modern Art, looks out over a landscape that was once protected by the formidable Fort Thüngen. As home to the richest population in the planet, Luxembourg attracts the wealthy and caters for them extremely well. Head to the pedestrianised Grand Rue in the centre of the old town for designer names, and look out for deals at brilliant street markets such as June’s Stroossemaart and September’s Braderie, when retailers sell off last season’s stock.
Whether you come for a short break or a longer trip, you’ll find Luxembourg has a wealth of things to do and a great range of four-star hotels. There’s excellent wine and beer both in and out of the capital, classic and contemporary art on display, and first-class spa and wellness facilities such as the Badastalt on the Rue des Bains in Luxembourg City. This small but influential destination has that little bit of luxury everyone deserves…