Hotel Parc Belair

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

109 Avenue du X Septembre, Luxembourg City, Luxembourg, 2551, Luxembourg
Parc Belair Hotel
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91%

Satisfaction Excellent
Excellent
22%
12
Very Good
51%
28
Average
18%
10
Poor
5%
3
Terrible
1%
1

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  • Families83
  • Couples66
  • Solo100
  • Business68

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Forum Posts

Brussels to Luxembourg

by Unique82

Hi guys, can me anyone tell me whats the best way to get to Luxembourg from Brussels, a possible day trip no? Thanks

Re: Brussels to Luxembourg

by qaminari

By train, from any of the following stations (in this order): Bruxelles-Midi, Bruxelles-Central, Bruxelles-Nord, Bruxelles-Schuman, Bruxelles-Luxembourg.
Yes you can do it in a day trip, fastest trains take 2h46 (this from Schuman), but you will need to put your times into http://bahn.hafas.de/bin/query.exe/en (destination: Luxembourg Gare).

Re: Brussels to Luxembourg

by Unique82

Thanks for ur help!

Travel Tips for Luxembourg

A country without border

by MikeAtSea

Coming from Africa and having to take the hassle each time to cross borders with filling in of immigration and custom forms, stamping of passports and the whole nine yard that come with the process of entering a new country - it amazes me each time when I travel around Europe. A simple sign indicating that you have crossed the border and you are there. The same applies for Luxembourg being part of the European Union. The border crossing between Belgium, France and Germany are simply indicated by the sign shown on the picture, without any hassles to cross from one country into another.

Info please

by acemj

Right in the center of town in Place D'Armes, you'll find a tourist information office that can provide you with general information on things to do as well as assistance with finding accommodations in the city.

THE FIXED PRICE

by DAO


Luxembourgians are very nice and polite people, especially in shops. If you want to see they get really upset, ask for a discount for buying a more than one of something. They go absolutely nuts! They have a firm concept of the ‘fixed price’ and they find people asking for a discount a deep offence. What they don’t seem to realise is that just about 100% of all souvenirs sold to tourists are grotesquely over-priced and a complete rip-off. I would highly recommend tourists buy souvenirs in Belgium, France or Germany. I asked one shop for a discount on 25 postcards and she began to wail at me for over a minute as if her whole family had died in front of her eyes. She did this in front of a shop full of people. Not only did I leave, several other tourists left to due to the extreme wailing. She got exactly zero Euros from us.

DOG POO BAGS

by DAO


Luxembourg City is an excellent place to on and/or walk a dog. It’s also against the law to let you dog foul within the city. To make it easy there are quite a few handy dispensers of bags to scoop the dog poo up in and hundreds of nearby rubbish bins to put them in. The bags even have instruction printed right on every bag and you can grab one or 2 for later. Well done to the city authorities who make it far easier for dogs to go to the toilet than humans. A lot easier. Despite this there are still some inconsiderate bastards who let the do poo and leave it (last picture). This dog mess on a busy pedestrian area was left within 10 meters of one of the bag dispensers.

Drive around!

by maria-belgrade

Although the capital of this small country is amazing, check out what hides behind the corner. Take a rent-a-car if you have to, make sure you have good music with you and GO! If you are lucky enough to have a nice weather, I'm sure you'll have a ride of your life. Enjoy in the beautiful and peaceful sceneries of the countryside…

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 Hotel Parc Belair

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Address: 109 Avenue du X Septembre, Luxembourg City, Luxembourg, 2551, Luxembourg