Ratings based on 4 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
4.2 Room cleanliness
3.8 Service & staff
4.2 Room comfort
4.0 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
for Business Travelersby Shunter
Out of townPosted Jan 27, 2013 on Hotels.com
Hotel location 3km from main town centre, close to business area and sports stadium. The hotel appears to be more of a restaurant, which was closed when I arrived on Sunday lunchtime. Hotel clean and comfortable with minibar. No tea and coffee set with Kettle which was disappointing, although you could order some from reception which was added to bill. Morning breakfast was served in restaurant which apparently has to be ordered the previous day. In summary the hotel was clean and comfortable which met my main requirements, but that's about it.
for Business Travelersby DavidF from Europe
Plenty of space at reasonable cost for LuxembourgPosted Mar 20, 2012
Pros: large and comfortable APARTMENT sold at normal room rate large free car park plenty of space for unpacking, including clothes racks good open wifi
Cons: The furniture is kind of cheap looking, functional nevertheless Hotel restaurant is indeed very expensive, so much so that I even have not tested it..
Location: As I said Strassen is a sleepy hollow. EVERYTHING is closed on Saturday. It is however very well connected with Luxembourg centre and Kirchberg.
Well, I had read a few reviews on this hotel before I made the booking. Reaction of other fellow travelers was lukewarm at best, so I was not at all prepared for what I was confronted with after arriving. The "room" was simply superb. The hotel is kind of non-conform, it cannot be compared with international chains in ANY respect. The service was NOT professional, that's for sure. Strassen is a sleepy hollow were you indeed cannot do anything, I do not deny it. BUT for a price that would barely buy you 100 sqft of a boring "room" in Luxembourg centre or Kirchberg, in l'Olivier you will get a three storey apartment that contains: (on the base floor) sitting room, with dining area, separate kitchenette, guest bath room, AND a huge terrace with views open in three directions including woodlands and Luxembourg centre (one view opens into the backyard of a logistics firm, which is less cool, but no real harm). Middle floor holds a comfortable bedroom with plenty of unpacking space including cupboards, drawers, clothes racks etc. (actually the first hotel ever where I was able to comfortably unpack my full complement of trousers, jackets, ties, shirts, AND hiking gear etc.). The upper floor holds a small dressing room with another clothes rack that works as an antechambre for a huge bathroom with a large tube, hair dryer and washing machine.. The total area of the apartment must have been well over 600 sq ft, maybe close to 1000 including the terrace. I will return for sure..
Recommendedby A verified traveler from Germany
Posted Dec 20, 2011 on Hotels.com
Hotel is oké. Floor and stairs are very dark. I don't like the curtain in the shower, shower is small. But then you leave the curtain open, it's oké.
Recommendedby A verified traveler from Israel
okPosted Sep 22, 2011
if you need to be in that area its great, clean and quite But there is nothing to do in the neighborhood accept for a restaurant to eat (the one under the hotel is very nice)