Hotels in Luxembourg City, Luxembourg
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- Notre-Dame Cathedral
- Plateau du Kirchberg
- Place d'Armes
- Grand Ducal Palace
- Luxembourg Congress Center
- Neumunster Abbey
- European Court of Justice
- Luxembourg City Hall
- D'Coque National Sport Centre
- Place Guillaume II
- Stade Josy Barthel
- American Cemetery and Memorial
- European Convention Center Luxembourg
- Casemates du Bock
- Luxembourg City History Museum
- Grand Theatre of Luxembourg
- Chemin de la Corniche
- Hotel de la Chambre
- Monument of Remembrance (Gelle Fra)
Best hotels in Luxembourg City
One of world's three richest countries, a heavyweight in the banking sector, and an important EU member, Luxembourg is home to some expensive hotels. But business travelers as well as luxury or economy tourists will find Luxembourg hotels to suit their purpose and budget either in the center or in the countryside nearby. With Hotels.com it is easy to find hotels to suit your requirements, located near the Luxembourg-Findel International Airport, near the UNESCO World Heritage Sites of the historic old town. Find the perfect Luxembourg accommodation by looking at the real reviews and ratings by previous guests for each hotel listed on Hotels.com. The website also offers multiple photos of hotel rooms and facilities to give a clear picture of what to expect. Hotels.com also provides a map marking the exact locations of the hotels, so that you can plan your arrival and itinerary in the city in advance.
What is Luxembourg Like?
Despite sustaining significant damage many buildings during world war two, the capital of the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg today has a fairy-tale historic center perched dramatically on a cliff top surrounded by rolling hills and forests. Medieval castles and charming hamlets surround the capital, and plenty of biking paths and hiking trails to enjoy the countryside. Other attractions in and around the city include the Grand Ducal Palace, the Bock Casemates, the Musee d'Histoire de la Ville de Luxembourg, Neumunster Abbey, the Gothic Revival Cathedral of Notre Dame and the Place d'Armes. No visit to the region is complete without a panoramic view from the Chemin de la Corniche, a wine tour in the Moselle Valley, or hikes and biking in the 'Little Switzerland' of Mullerthal. With many Luxembourg hotels located ideally for sightseeing, it's easy to find a place to stay in Luxembourg with Hotels.com's guiding maps.
Fitting in, in Luxembourg
You may find locals a bit reserved, but greet them with a 'Gudde Moien' (in Luxembourgish), or in French, English or German and you'll quickly break the ice especially in bars and pubs. French is the preferred language, though English is spoken almost everywhere. Join locals in enjoying great local beers like Battin, Bofferding and Diekirch. Business hours may need getting used to, as many stores close for lunch, some stores are open for a half-day and many stores don't open on Sundays. Join locals in celebrating their National Feierdag, the birthday of the Grandduchess Charlotte. As long as you're pleasant you'll find Luxembourgeois welcoming. Browse Luxembourg hotels on Hotels.com and begin planning your holiday in this beautiful city.