Best Luxembourg holiday apartments
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Popular accommodations in Luxembourg
Hôtel Restaurant LamyHôtel Restaurant Lamy is located in the village of Troisvierges and offers a large free parking lot. You can relax in the Irish pub with a refreshing drink. This accommodation has the "bed and bike" label and provides cyclists with useful facilities.Book now
Hotel du Commerce - Restaurant La Table de ClervauxSituated at the foot of Castle Clervaux, along the Clerve River, Hotel du Commerce - Restaurant La Table de Clervaux offers modern rooms with free Wi-Fi. Facilities include a wellness centre with an indoor swimming pool. Guests can make free use of the wellness centre.Book now
Domaine du Moulin d'AsselbornAt the Moulin d'Asselborn-Estate you will find a cosy 20-bedroom hotel and a 4 person apartment, a gastronomic restaurant called The Moulin d'Asselborn aimed at local specialities; and a second restaurant proposing tasty snacks. The ancient water mill and grain milling machinery have been preserved in their original building, now the Museum of Moulin d'Asselborn. Part of the location is fit out as an art gallery. Around the Estate a learning path and the hotel raise awareness for local aspects of flora and fauna.Book now
Simple room in Luxembourg cityBoasting garden views, Simple room in Luxembourg city features accommodation with a garden and a patio, around 2.9 km from Place D'Armes. The accommodation is 2.7 km from Am Tunnel Luxembourg, and guests benefit from complimentary WiFi and private parking available on site.Book now
A holiday apartment in Luxembourg is also worthwhile for short trips.
Welcome to one of the smallest countries in the world: Luxembourg – officially the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg – is only 2,586 square kilometres in size. If you live in a holiday home in Luxembourg, you are in the middle of the neighbouring countries France, Belgium and Germany and also in a politically important region for Europe. Apartments in Luxembourg can be found in the capital of the same name, which is the administrative centre of the European Union. As a city visitor, you can visit the largest city in the country on foot from your private holiday home in Luxembourg – and there is a lot to see: in 2007 it was named European Capital of Culture, and almost every day events such as concerts, art exhibitions, opera and ballet performances are offered here, and the Old Town is particularly worth seeing. We therefore recommend booking a holiday apartment in Luxembourg for a holiday in the Dreiländereck (triangle of three countries), which the locals make available to you at good conditions.
Discover Luxembourg: Small but fine
Luxembourg has almost 540,000 inhabitants. Luxembourgish is spoken as well as French and German, so you won’t have any communication problems with the owners of your apartment in Luxembourg or in the shops and restaurants. For a round trip with several stops and accommodations in Luxembourg you can use the numerous, well networked national roads. Even if you are passing through, a stop in this small country is definitely worth it. You can also find Apartments in Trier or other cities via us, for example if you are looking for accommodation in Germany on your way from Northern to Southern Europe. As Accommodation in France, for example, there is a quarter in Metz, which is about 60 kilometres south of Luxembourg. Or you can spend your holiday in a holiday home in Lorraine, in the north-east of France and relax in one of the many nature parks in the area. A city trip along the Moselle is also nice: you can first rent a holiday apartment in Rhineland-Palatinate and from there follow the course of the river from Koblenz to the Vosges in the south of France, where the Moselle rises.
Apartment in Luxembourg: Enjoy the typical cuisine of the country
Luxembourg’s scenic attractions in the north are the Ardennes Mountains and the valleys of the Moselle and the Sauer. Hiking opportunities in the woods, over hills and along the river banks attract tourists with sturdy shoes every year. The hunger in the evening is usually great: Have you ever eaten “Kniddelen”? Probably not. Kniddelen are thick dumplings made from flour, water, eggs and salt, which the Luxembourgers particularly like to eat. Smoked pork with thick beans is just as popular. Typical regional specialities are also Ardennes ham, Kachkéis (cooked cheese) and baked fish. And a Luxembourgish Moselle wine – and you can also enjoy your holiday to the full from a culinary point of view. Book your apartment in Luxembourg now and start planning your trip.
Latest reviews for places in Luxembourg
In fact, it is a nice and comfortable appartment fully furnished in order to feel well and be able to have a nice stay. You can cook simple dishes and TV plus Internet works. A slight drawback for people who want to sleep well and long is the construction site just in front of the location. Very noisy in the morning but only temporary. I recommend it!Sebastian reviewed Charmant Studio situé au centre de Luxembourg in Neimersk