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Luxembourg’s capital city is a hub of business and an important institutional seat of the European Union. Many business travellers head to Luxembourg City for meetings at the European Court of Justice and European Parliament, as well as at the many banks and financial institutions, which have gained the country a sterling reputation within the world of economics.
The majority of conference centre hotels are in the heart of Luxembourg City, close to the EU and banking institutes. There are also a number of hotels located in the northern half of the country, especially in the Ardennes Region. Close to the French border, Esch-sur-Alzette is a 20-minute drive from the capital city. It’s a popular choice with delegates wishing to stay in Luxembourg’s stunning rural landscape and remain within easy reach of the capital.
Tailored towards business guests, many hotels feature large conference facilities, modern meeting rooms and free WiFi in all areas. Parking and bars or lounges onsite provide day visitors with everything they need as well as a spot to grab a drink or have a break-out meeting in small groups during the conference.
Overnight accommodation in conference hotels is comfortable with plenty of in-room entertainment thanks to satellite TV and WiFi. Work desks are convenient for those wanting to work late, and 24-hour room service, coffee makers and minibars provide refreshments.
Famous for its castles and medieval fortresses, the Ardennes region is perfect for history buffs and hiking enthusiasts. Take some time out from your conference to enjoy the many nature parks throughout the area, each with walking trails that pass by castle ruins and through historic villages. Built on the site of a Roman fort, Vianden Castle is one of the most popular in Ardennes and hosts a medieval festival in the summer.
There are more castles in Luxembourg City, including the Grand Ducal Palace, the residence of the Grand Duke of Luxembourg. Visitors can join a guided tour to see the palace and its ornate interiors, famous for its lighting by German designer Ingo Maurer.