Professional tennis player Gilles Muller was once quoted, 'I told myself don't be nervous, it's a big opportunity. The whole world is watching.â€ Being the most successful tennis player in the history of Luxembourg, he cannot be faulted for putting too much pressure on himself. After all, he has the expectation of his whole country resting on his shoulders. Every match must feel like David vs Goliath to him. On a bigger scale, Luxembourg has exceeded expectations and developed into the leading banking and administrative center while being ranked first place for personal safety. While their rise to prominence is no fluke, many tourists are curious as to how they managed this magnificent feat and a trip there might answer some questions. With its stable economy and steady stream of visitors, hotels in Luxembourg are sprawled across the city to cater to the demand.
Economical Stays in Luxembourg
Having the second highest GDP per capita in the world, cheap hotels are slim pickings. A native Luxembourg hotel, Hotel-Restaurant Chez Anna Et Jean is probably the only noteworthy hotel in the city that provides excellent value. Located a short distance away from the Central Station, this hotel has small but clean rooms. The warm and inviting owner speaks five different languages and will engage you in meaningful conversations, making you feel right at home. Further away from the main city, Il Piccolo Mondo is another cheap hotel. Despite its location away from most of the action, the hotel makes up for it by offering breakfast and the in-house restaurant is cheaper than its competitors in the city too.
Finding Luxury Hotels Luxembourg
Occupying majority of the market share, luxury hotels in Luxembourg will leave you spoilt for choice. In the heart of Luxembourg City, Melia Luxembourg is a stylish and modern premium hotel directly opposite the Museum of Modern Art and the Philharmonie. More notably, this Luxembourg hotel is designed by international architect Jim Clemens, identifying itself as a gem of contemporary set within the city's skyline. Not to be left behind, hotel brand Sofitel has also expanded its chain to this city. Overlooking the Alzette and Petrusse Valleys, the luxurious Sofitel Luxembourg Le Grand Ducal enjoys stunning views of the historic city centre. At the top of the hotel resides L'ETOILE du Top Floor restaurant, serving gourmet cuisine prepared by its star rated chef.
Looking Around Luxembourg
Hidden among the modern buildings, explore the lower town of Grund, which sits on the banks of River Alzette and is at the base of the former fortress surrounding Luxembourg City's old town. From its entrance, hike up the hill and you will be amazed by the breathtaking view that Luxembourg City has to offer. Next, discover the tunnels beneath castle at Casemates du Bock, each tunnel leading to panoramic views of the valley below. Make sure to also take a guided tour of the City Promenade to learn about the history and interesting trivia of this old city that you would not have unearthed on your own.Â