Luxembourg City Hostel Reviews
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Boring as anything, more like a processing factory than a hostel, reception staff pretty "meh"
Quite a walk from the train station, but appears to be the only hostel in Luxembourg! Staff were very helpful (we were unfortunate to be in dorms with people who kept us awake all night, but the man on the reception offered to move one of us into an all female dorm, but unfortunately had no space for the other). There is a free breakfast in the morning, and the rooms and bathrooms were kept very clean.
Very modern and functional a place, very close to the Luxembourg city (5min walk). Great facilities and clean rooms for an extremely attractive price. Best hostel of our trip no doubt.
I enjoyed my stay in Luxembourg hostel, the rooms are pretty basic, but that's all I really needed. The staff were friendly and the outside and kitchen facilities are great. Luxembourg city itself is a gem of a place, so people might be slightly put off with the walk (very hilly walk) from the hostel to the centre, but there are buses if you should find it too difficult. For me, the location was perfect, quiet, out of the way, but within walking distance of the city. Overall I loved it here.
nice welcoming staff with great efficiency. Internet in the lobby is a little slow, but no password required-- really convenient
Staff at night when I checked in seemed rather uninterested and did not give appropriate recommendations despite stating that I have already visited the city centre. Next morning, the staff was much more helpful but wrongly informed me that bus 14 goes all the way to the airport. Luckily I followed the instructions on hostel world.
Amazing hostel. Best one I've even been to. Beautiful setting, tidy building and the rooms were to die for. I only had very tiny problems with the place but they're unimportant in comparison to the upsides. A must stay.
I enjoyed my time in the hostel. However it was really bad that we have to pay to get a towel. Even in hostels in south america they lend you a towel for free..
Really good location and facilites, almost like a hotel. We were just disappointed because on saturday night hostel bar was really unpleasantly closed by the waiter without further explanation at 10.15 p.m and we couldn't even order a drink, not even to take out. The main problem with the rooms is LACK OF ELECTRO PLUGGERS... It is nice that there are vanding machines all over the ohostel - with water, ice cream and other goodies and are not expensive.
No kitchen to cook in this hostel and the price of the food on offer is not very student friendly. Good sized rooms and bathrooms and very close to city centre.
A really nice hostel in a beautiful spot. The staff were friendly, the evening meal was great and good value and the whole place was clean. Wifi didn't reach reliably to the bedroom but was very good in the communal areas. Number 23 is also a good bus to get to and from the station and involves a less steep walk from the bus stop.
The location was excellent, 10min walk to the city centre. The staff are friendly and helpful. Would recommend if on a tight budget.
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- Male, 31-40
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Very clean rooms and bathrooms. Average breakfast but it's free. Nice and quiet hostel.
Great hostel situated close to the old city centre, but a bit far from the train station. The meals are excellent. The only downside is that the wifi did not reach our room.
For the most part, everything was pretty standard. Showers worked via a push knob that needed to be pressed every 15-20 seconds which was annoying. The free breakfast is nice enough as well. This hostel is located well below the city center so if you aren't up for the hike back up, you can arrange a shuttle bus for a couple of euro one way which is well worth it. Make sure you tell the front desk in advance though as the driver isn't always around or available.
This is a hotel not a hostel, there is no atmosphere for solo traveler. for group of people gonna be nice. and this city it's boring nothing to do there old people and families. I booked for 2 nights then spent just one night. Totally I don't recommend this country.
Great location and breakfast included. The restaurant "melting pot "is well recommended. Have a very nice stay there.
This hostel is a safe bet when visiting Luxembourg. It was very clean, the location was good, the beds were sturdy and not those squeaky kinds which seem to be falling apart any second. It wasn't very cozy though, it's a big place with lots of groups etc. Wifi worked only in the lobby. There's no shops nearby, but they have their own restaurant, which also served decent breakfast (cereal, bread rolls, coffee and juice) for free.
The reception and bar staff were lovely. They all out up with me speaking English to them. The hostel was very nice and clean with good lockers in the room. There was no kitchen, but they offered reasonably priced meals and drinks.
Everything was just fine, I would recommend it,