Hotel built in 1990, Last complete renovation 2008, Number of floors 5, Total number of rooms 68, Earliest check-in 14:00, Latest check-out 12:00, Hotel, No-smoking room 68, Family rooms available 2
30 rue Joseph Junck, 1839 Luxembourg, Luxembourg
- Station (Luxemburg - Railway Station) 0.27 km
- City centre (Luxembourg) 1.04 km
- Airport (Luxembourg-Findel International Airport (LUX)) 6.47 km
- Highway (LUXEMBOURG CTR GARE) 2.0 km
- Diners Club
- American Express
Accepted payment methods
- Reception (lobby)
- Hotel-owned car park
- Garage in the hotel
- Restaurant(s) 0
- Hotel bar
- Fire alarm
- Smoke detectors
- WLAN with Internet access in lobby
- Hotel has emergency lighting
- Hotel staiways ventilated
- Hotel complies with country/state/local fire laws
- WLAN with Internet access in rooms
- Easy access for wheelchairs
- Wheelchair-friendly rooms in accordance with DIN 18024, 18025
- Fax connection
- Emergency information
- Plan of emergency exits
- Pets permitted
- Hotel safe
- Safety deposit boxes at reception
- Laundry service
- Shoe-polishing machine
Evaluations of ibis Styles Luxembourg Centre Gare
The noise level from the outside, drunken & fighting groups of people, until will after 02.30 was very high and only bearable with closed windows.
For the price, this was a good value hotel room.
reception are helpful and friendly. nice location to Luxemburg central station.
tiny rooms, too small to move around in the room.
very helpful staff
room mini bar was locked, i did not ask why very noisy planes, that's not the hotels fault, but still disturbs when sleeping
Very central location, a mere 2 minutes' walk from the station and within easy walking distance of shopping/restaurant areas. The hotel is not in the best of streets, with a few sex clubs and stripper bars nearby, but there are normal shops and cafés around as well, so the neighbourhood does not feel unsafe. The rooms and bathrooms are small but efficiently organized. Witreless internet access is available free of charge. I have stayed four times at this hotel until now. As a tourist I'd probably go elsewhere but for short business stays I find this hotel quite suitable.
The hotel has no restaurant, so you have to go out in the evening for dinner. This is not really a problem given that hotel fare is rarely attractive, but make sure you come prepared with a list of restaurants. The Place d'Armes, where you will find most of the city centre restaurants, is a 20-minute (pleasant) walk from the hotel. The hotel has a private garage (12 Euros/day) but with limited capacity and certainly not made for large cars. On the street side noise from drinkers (or overheated customers from the stripper bars?) can sometimes be a problem.
Located very close to the station and the city centre. The hotel is not in the best of streets (some sex clubs and striptease bars), but it's not really a seedy area. Rooms and bathrooms are very small but efficiently organized. Wireless internet access is free of charge. Overall: reasonable hotel for short business stays.
The hotel does not have a restaurant forcing you to go out for dinner even after a long tiresome workday. Therefore make sure you prepare yourself with a list of restaurants - don't improvise because in Luxemburg City it is very easy to get a second-rate overpriced meal. The hotel has an underground garage (12 euro/day), but this is so small that you are unlikely to be able to use it (and with a largish car it is best avoided altogether). There is a public car park at just 2 minutes' walk.
Clean, lobby nice, room very nicely decorated, water hot, cleaned daily
No refrigerator/minibar (was advertised), TINY room - we had less than a foot of space to walk around the bed, could not sit on toilet without hitting sink
A good hotel near the station at a reasonable price.
Nevertheless the hotel was very tidy, crew kind, the location of hotel in the city centre and near railway and bus stations is suitable (but in the red-light-district). I can recommend this hotel in essence.
There was big noise in the room, it was not caused by hotel itself, but by the restaurants across the road (delivery of glasses at 6 AM and closing hour nights), by night clubs in neighborhoods (closing hour early in the morning) and by construction works on the street beginning at 7 AM. The situation in the path of airport take-off lane is also not very quiet. Room and bathroom were very confined, however it was possible to survive two nights therein. There is no air-condition in the room, but it will be installed this week (unfortunately after our departure). In the bathroom are lacking some hooks for towels and clothes.
Near to the main train station
in the red-light district