Namur is a modest city, but its position at the meeting of two great rivers, the Meuse and Sambre, has raised its status, both for trade and military significance. And the city’s main sight is its vast old military citadel - one of Europe’s mightiest fortresses. The best places to stay in Namur are in the pretty old town, just below the fortress and along the banks of the two rivers.
If your idea of the best places to stay in Namur requires a certain level of history and drama you’ll not be disappointed. The old town has plenty of great choices and is also full of cafes and restaurants, and is largely pedestrianised. As well as the citadel, its sprawling outbuildings and its underground network of tunnels and escape routes, Namur also has a nice art museum and an archaeological museum.
Intimate and eclectic hotel close to river Meuse. Unique rooms honour Namur's history, and have wooden floors, flat screen TVs and modern bathrooms. Outdoor pool, spa, gym and beautiful vertical garden. Innovative Belgian cuisine in atmospheric restaurant. Something different and good value.