Parc Belair4.0 out of 5.0
Recent guest reviews
We stayed for 3 nights and chose this hotel because of the location. It was nearby the event we attended. The hotel room was very clean, but small. A little dated. Especially the bathroom. The hair dryer is for hotel standards excellent so this was a plus. We had a room facing the street. The noise was not super bad, but noticeable. We didn’t pay a high rate, so it was fine for EUR 98. breakfast was excellent and the staff nice. There is a parking garage, but you have to access it via an elevator with your car. Be advised that a grand SUV won’t fit. A little scary but effective way to enter parking.
stayed here at 28/10 till 29/10. payed 172 euro for a room, room was big but outdated. had mold in the shower, toilet cant be locked, broken faucets ( shower and bathroom ) and no airco. we slept at the busy road and for cooling we had to open the windows.. expected more for this price.
The hotel is clean and nice, room was spacious, bed very confortable, but somehow I was expecting more from a 4 stars hotel. The shower needs some repairing, at least in the room I stayed. There was no button in the room to turn off the air conditioning, or I was not able to find it. Breakfast was good.
I booked a room in this hotel as part of a surprise visit to Luxembourg on the occasion of my partner's birthday. As is often with surprises organised at long distance, plans went awry and dates had to be changed. The hotel administration was excellent. They accepted changed in dates when I was forced to make alterations, they gave us a lovely room (406) on the top floor facing the rear with a super terrace overlooking the park and provided a lovely bouquet and chocolates in the room for our arrival and gave me contact details for a nearby beauty therapist. Before anyone gets over-excited by thinking the above was free I will clarify that I insisted the room must have a terrace and I asked the Hotel whether they could get flowers and chocolates up to a certain value and also begged them to change the booking when the date of the surprise party had to change. Nevertheless, please do get excited because the room was bigger than I though, the choice of bouquet was superb (chic, stylish and flowers so fresh they were still pristine 4-days later when we left), the chocolates were precisely as I asked and the staff were friendly, kind and very professional. The room was spotlessly clean and everything in the room worked. The TV does not have many (if any) English TV channels and I have seen in other reviews of this hotel on this site that this fact was very important to some people. The TV in the room had 3 channels in Polish, that might also be of interest, I wouldn't know. I don't go to hotels to watch TV, if I do have spare time I read a book. The buffet breakfast had a wide choice; scrambled eggs, delicious wirschtercher (?) sausages, fried bacon, hash browns, cold hard-boiled eggs and meats, cheeses, jams, honey, yoghurts, fruit salad, fruit, cereals, breads, rolls, pastries, seriously good creamy Luxembourg butter ('Rose'), coffee, tea and they will prepare for you what you would like if the above selection didn't have what you fancied. We stayed for 4 nights and had a different breakfast daily. The one evening we didn't already have plans for we tried the hotel bistro and the food was very good indeed. I had super-garlicky snails followed by the house-burger and was completely stuffed. My partner didn't have a starter so that she could concentrate on a steak and then couldn't finish it, it was so big! Then we had the chef's sampling plate of desserts - 5 little tasty creations of art. The above meal plus two (generous) glasses of wine and coffees came to about 90 euros, so not exactly cheap but then again not outrageously expensive when compared with local establishments. You can spend 18-24 euros on a takeaway pizza. We loved this hotel. I can see that the decor isn't fresh but like the TV that isn't what I search for in a hotel. What is more important to me is humanity - warmth, goodwill and friendly help. These I found in abundance in the Parc Bel Air and whether anyone wishes to pay the rates they ask is a matter for them, all I will say is that I found the rate acceptable and value for money.
A nice property, bit located a bit outside town, further than expected. It is also quite expensive. On the positive side, the staff is very friendly and the breakfast is fabulous. Parking is especially expensive, but free on the street
For a nightly rate of +125 euros I expected something more. The room was big, clean and comfortable. Somehow old style without much maintenance. No air conditioning, so I had to open the window and the street noise was too high. I guess that a room facing the read would have been much quieter and with a nice view to the big park. The staff was very friendly, helpful and professional. I arrived around 11PM and the restaurant was closed. No room service offered. The breakfast was really good (home made style).
The hotel is clean and staff is very friendly and helpful. Its a little bit old fasioned, but nice. Located at a busy road its recommended to ask for one of the rooms in the rear, which are quiet and you can enjoy the view on a nice park. Breakfast and Dinner very good.
We stayed there one night, clean hotel nice room comfortable bed and helpful staff. Breakfast was good and it was served from 7 till 11, I found it fantastic. In walking distance from the center ☺️ Recommend it.
Despite being on a main road, it's relatively quiet although request a room over the rear of the property as there's a lovely park which allows you to open the window for fresh air. There is no air conditioning in the room and despite a very hot period the room wasn't too hot. The staff are very welcoming and helpful, the hotel quite basic but charming, the restaurant has a nice terrace over the park which has a nice menu of local dishes which was overall pleasant. A good value / quality balance within walking distance of the centre, just.
Nice, slightly old fashioned hotel with no air conditioning; good breakfast. Welcoming attitude and next to a nice park; close to German border. If you are coming from the airport by taxi, rob a bank first.
- Close to Notre-Dame Cathedral and Grand Ducal Palace
- Free buffet breakfast
- Free WiFi in rooms and public areas
- Onsite dining
Located in Belair, Parc Belair is within a mile (2 km) of popular sights such as Notre-Dame Cathedral and Grand Ducal Palace. This 58-room, 4-star hotel has free breakfast along with conveniences like free in-room WiFi and a fitness center. Also close to this Luxembourg City hotel are National Museum of History and Art and Casemates du Bock.
Start your day off right with a free buffet breakfast. Sit down for a leisurely bite to eat at the onsite restaurant, or enjoy a drink at the bar/lounge. Order from room service to satisfy your hunger without leaving your room.
All 58 rooms provide minibars, free bottled water, and phones. Guests can expect free WiFi and 80-cm flat-screen TVs with satellite channels. Other standard amenities include hair dryers and desks.
Parc Belair offers a fitness center, a sauna, and free WiFi in public areas. Self parking is offered for EUR 25.00 per day. The front desk has multilingual staff on hand 24/7 to help with dry cleaning/laundry, concierge services, and securing valuables. Additional amenities include a meeting room, a business center, and coffee/tea in a common area.
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72% of guests recommend this hotelTotal of 215 reviews