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This 4-star superior hotel offers sound-proofed rooms with free wired internet and cable TV in the center of Bastogne. This design hotel was established in 1946 and is located on Place Mac Auliffe. Clean room,huge shower, walking distance to explore town.
Hotel Giorgi is located in the center of the historic village of Bastogne, around the corner from Général McAuliffe square. It features an in-house restaurant and compact rooms with free Wi-Fi. how close the hotel was to the things we wanted to see and do how close the hotel was to the things we wanted to see and do
Set in Bastogne in the Belgium Luxembourg region, La Villa has a terrace. I appreciated our hosts attention to making sure that we were pleased with the rental , And her availability for questions was good. The breakfast provided had some very nice ham , breads, and apple jam. The bed was comfy and having a large family room was a plus.
Featuring a terrace, Gîte citadin 3 épis "Carpe Diem" features accommodations in Bastogne with free WiFi and city views. The property has garden views and is 18 mi from Clervaux. He was a very nice host, the key was very quick to pick up and drop. The accommodation was very nice and clean and the kitchen equipment was excellent. The bedrooms are nice, clean and comfortable. The house has 1 bathroom and 2 toilets. I am very satisfied, I sincerely recommend it to everyone!
On average, 3-star hotels in Bastogne cost $132 per night, and 4-star hotels in Bastogne are $147 per night. If you're looking for something really special, a 5-star hotel in Bastogne can be found for $0 per night, on average (based on Booking.com prices).
I visited Bastogne for the WWII history and museum attractions. Watch the series "Band of Brothers" before visiting in order to have some context of the significance of Bastogne during WWII. Make sure to visit the forest area, foxholes of "Easy" Company!
Plenty of WWII museums - unfortunately most of them close during some months in the winter (we found out on the day). Lovely town oozing with History (if you're into the 101) and random US jeeps driving around. Easy access to other Ardennes areas. Very picturesque walks in the forest and real foxholes. Enjoyable cuisine.
A must for WW2 travellers. Good museums around the town and battle markers (and even some foxholes remaining) very close to town. Fans of "Band of Brothers" will be in their element... Excellent bars which open late - many of which are full of memorabilia and serve great beer and good hearty Belgian fayre!
A lot of visitors and they seem to be quite a few from Germany, but the residents of bastogne don't really care about what happened in comparison with the French attitude of honor towards what Americans sacrificed during WWII.
We enjoyed our 1 night stay in Bastogne with our kids ages (6,9,11). We visited the Bastogne War Museum which was good but long for younger kids. My kids favorite was the 101st Airborne Museum and the Fox Holes in Foy. We ate at Le Nuts, and it was disappointing. It was an overpriced tourist trap.
If you are a second world war fundi, then Bastogne is definitely one of places you need to visit. Plenty of museums and history. Also the area is picturesque and provides you with a great base from where to view other places which are nearby. Restaurants in the area are great and not badly priced, so you definitely have a choice of good food, bier and wine. Remember to visit Bois Jacques Foxholes 101st Easy Company if you want to envelope yourself into how it must have felt in 1944. Just up the road from there you can also visit the German cemetery which is beautiful in Autumn. Remember every war has two sides so its good sometimes to take in both sides of the story. There are plenty of smaller museums to visit in the area as well such as in Manhay, La Gleize and La-Roche.
Wonderful location and really lovely staff. Had great nights sleep there.
Really nice hotel. The restaurant attached was also delicious.
Clean room,huge shower, walking distance to explore town.