Are you planning on visiting the Grand Duchy, or moving here and need somewhere to stay until you find a place? Luxembourg has plenty of self catering options for putting a roof over your head. Romain Mancinelli Mirti investigates his top finds.
As a member of Hostelling International; Luxembourg’s hostels are clean, have high safety standards and share the Hostelling International mission with over 4,000 other hostels in 90 different countries. They also provide a large variety of competent social and sport services, leisure activities and tourist tours. Hostels in Luxembourg are ‘more than a bed’, they are for individuals, couples, families and groups no matter origin, religious beliefs, gender or sexual orientation. The staff are highly trained, open minded and will do their best to answer any questions you may have. So if you want to meet new and interesting people from all over the world, feel safe and surrounded by nature and/or likeminded people, then hostels are a good and cheap alternative.
- City Centre, 2 Rue du Fort Olisy, L-2261 Luxembourg City
- Vianden, 3 Montée du Château, L-9408 Vianden
- Lultzhausen, Maison, L-9666 Lultzhausen
- Beaufort, 55 Route de Dillingen, L-6315 Beaufort,
- Larochette, 45 Rue Osterbour, L-7622 Larochette
- Echternach, Rodenhof, L-6479 Echternach
- Bourglinster, 2 Rue de Gonderange, L-6161 Bourglinster,
- Schengen/Remerschen, 31, Wäistrooss, L- 5440 Remerschen
- Hollenfels, 2 Rue Du Château, L-7435 Hollenfels,
- Esch/Alzette the Red-Rock region (still under construction)
Pricing starts from around 20 euros, WiFi is often included and the Luxembourgish public transportation system will get you anywhere you like.
Featured photo: Elitatt/flickr (file)