This hotel is centrally-located in the old, historic part of Luxembourg. Immediately outside the hotel are restaurants, bars and shops. Within about a 7 minute walk, you can reach pretty much all the sites and offerings of the old part of Luxembourg. It's tough to find a better location from that perspective. If you arrive by train, it's less than a 20 minute walk, or you can take a cab. The rooms are nicely appointed and a good size. They are advertised as suites and do meet that bar in that the rooms are terraced with a sunken area with the bed and bathroom with a separate raised area containing a sitting area, mini-fridge and TV. The room is decorated in a funky modern style that adds to the ambience. Luxembourg is an interesting city in that starting around noon or so, the old section gradually gets busier and busier until all the restaurants and bars are packed inside & out. Most places open at noon for lunch, and I would recommend exploring then to seek out an option. For the first 30 minutes, many places are empty, while an hour later, they can be completely full. On weekends you can easily find live music, some of it played in squares outdoors which gives the place a real party atmosphere. This leads to the main complaint people have that it's noisy. Honestly, I found that with the windows closed, the noise was quite minimal, even though my room faced a square. The main entranceway for the hotel is on the right side of the building nearest the museum, while the front entrance is meant for the restaurant on the main floor. You can have breakfast there or explore further out to find cafes. Relative to nights, the mornings are very quiet. Occasionally, street sweeping vehicles zip by removing the trash leftover from the night before. You'll see some people out jogging up and down the hilly terrain. It's also a good time to explore sites including some of the paths mapped out by the tourist office. My main complaint is that there was no AC and with a heatwave in full swing, it was challenging to cool off the room especially if you needed to keep the windows closed at night to keep out the noise. Other than that, it was a nice hotel, with a great location.…
Great location with view of the Grand Ducal Palace. Staff were outstanding and room was nice. Night street noise required that we close the windows and without air conditioning room temperature was at times a bit uncomfortable. Parking was a 10 minute walk and €30/day which is not unusual for a city center location. Getting luggage to room requires carrying up a flight of stairs to elevator.
Central location inside the old city, helpful staff, spotless and charming and spacious room with lots of sunshine and original paintings hanging on the room walls. Excellent food at the hotel restaurant. Lovely breakfast brought to our room. Parking only for tiny cars though, so if you have an SUV, you need park in a public lot that’s a 10 min walk away.
It is basically impossible to sleep here on a Friday or Saturday night - it’s across the street from 2 nightclubs - loud pumping music until 3am. Bring your earplugs wow. Location is nice - beds are nice - price is average - but honestly the noise….
This tiny hotel is very well located, right in the middle of the city, and very well priced. It is a no frill small hotel, but friendly and helpful staff, and very comfortably sized rooms. Enough paid parking is available and nearby if you're driving.
Nice place at the back of the Dukes Palace. In a small square. Overlooking the back entrance and the traffic with guards etc. It felt special. The Earl Grey tea was excellent and the ice cream was good as well. A bit of a windy place tot sit. At the time we sat here there was no sun either.
The staff was very kind and accommodating. They made the stay easy for us, traveling with 3 young children. Rooms were very clean, with luxury bedding and what appeared to be newly remodeled bathrooms. The reviews are correct, internet is not great in the suites. They could use some extenders to penetrate the thick walls. We did hear street noise with windows open, both from bars and the street cleaners early in the morning, but I don't think it is too bad with windows closed. Location is awesome for walking around and exploring Luxembourg.
We came to the restaurant for lunch and Christophe gave us a fantastic experience. Very attentive service, gave us samples to try and told us about Luxembourg. Just a short wait for food and a nice ambiance in the restaurant. Highly recommended!
Our experience at this hotel was fantastic. We were very warmly welcomed. We had booked two suites directly on the hotel website. One was normally sized and on the second floor and fulfilled the expected standard, while the second one was simply breathtaking. It was right under the roof, refurbished in a superb modern way and extremely big and cosy. All our wishes were replied to and the staff was marvellous. The location is brilliant near the St Michael's church within easy reach of all the places we wanted to go to.
We visited this hotel a few days before christmas in an half lockdown situation. Sadly, the hotel staff did not do anything to make our stay feel pleasant. Right from the beginning we had the feeling to bother the staff. We did not feel welcome. After a longer discussion we finally got the drink which was included in the package we booked. The dinner in the room was okay, but not worth the price. The worst part was the breakfast. The ham was old and not eligible to eat, the choice of food very reduced. At the check out, we told our complains and got no excuses. The receptionist said she would tell the owner who would contact us. But this never happened, even not after responding to their review mail. The wellbeing of the clients seems not to be important to this hotel. Very expensive bad experience.…