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Hotel Parc Beaux Arts 9 rooms from $159Luxembourg
A light and airy boutique hotel designed for total relaxation. Romantic rooms and suites simply decorated with light wooden floors, white washed walls, and splashes of art. Fabulous restaurant and sit out terrace. A destination that soothes the soul.City StyleSights nearby - Well located for major sights.Local markets - Good for local colour.
Le Place d'Armes 18 rooms from $193Luxembourg
An utterly romantic hotel with a Michelin recommended restaurant. Neo Baroque furnishings, contemporary amenities, and designer flair throughout. Fantastic French cuisine and outdoor terraces. A Five Star hotel.Romantic - Good for couples.City StyleSwimming Pool - Indoor/outdoorLocal markets - Good for local colour.Recommended by - Relais & Chateaux
Le Royal 210 rooms from $271Luxembourg
A plush five star hotel in Luxembourg city centre. Rooms are comfortable and luxurious with elegant furnishings and cityscape views. Relax in the hotel's extensive spa and in the evening enjoy a cocktail in the intimate piano bar. A great spot for those on business trips.Total relaxation - With five star service, elegant rooms and an extensive wellness centre, it's the perfect place to unwind in the city.Sights nearby - Just a five minute walk from the Place D'Armes.OpulentSpa
Tiny Luxembourg has a grand title: The Grand Duchy of Luxembourg, which well befits its position as number three on the list of the world's richest countries. Obviously it's not grown rich from its 84kms stretch of land. Its wealth comes from its steel industry but these days the money is in finance. But it's not all sharp suits and glass towers, much of Luxembourg's ancient centre is Heritage Listed - which is also where you'll find many of the best places to stay in Luxembourg, and beyond that you'll find forested hills hiding picturesque villages.
After you've been impressed by Luxembourg City's beauty on a stroll along the Chemin de la Corniche, which are the castle ramparts with a river view, it's a good idea to start your visit at the Musee d'Historie de la Ville de Luxembourg, the city museum, converted from a charming row of 17th Century houses.
The Grand Ducal Palace is beautiful from without, but even more impressive from within, and the Gothic Notre Dame is also an unmissable sight, as you'll not be able to avid its gaze when you're walking around town. When it's time to head back to modern Luxembourg, go via Mudam and its ground breaking exhibitions of modern art.
There's more to Luxembourg than the city though - this is the bit the business travellers might never get to see! You might then want to visit Vianden, for its famous chateau, Mullerthal for the Moselle wine or Echternach, one of Luxembourg's prettiest towns and a gateway to the hills for hikers.
Our pick of the best places to stay in Luxembourg are small chic options, wtih excellent restaurants.
- The Hotel Parc Beaux Arts is a nine room boutique hotel with a relaxing ambience - which is a great change from Luxembourg's many business hotels. Rooms offer simple charms, there's a fabulous restaurant and a lovely terrace.
- Le Place d'Armes is another small, non-business hotel. It's Baroque style decor lends romance and its French restaurant is Michelin recommended.