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Old 16th Mar 2006, 21:39
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Accomodation in Luxembourg

Do any of you out there work in Luxembourg? It is rather difficult to fnd accomodation in that area - any good advice is welcome.

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Old 17th Mar 2006, 06:12
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Yes... Not only difficult, expensive too.
What are you looking for?
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Old 17th Mar 2006, 06:52
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Try nearby Germany

Hi,
been in Luxembourg. If it is just a hotel accomodation for a week or so (say you go to a screening), try the Campagnile, wich is clean and ok and within 1 Kilometer from the Airport (as well as a IBIS, a Sheraton and so on). Online booking via HRS.de should be about 60 a night.
If you want to move there, try to find a place in one of the German border towns (along the Moselle river), its cheaper there, but its about a 30km drive to the airport. But remember to fill your car in Luxembourg ;-)
Youll find hardly anything in Luxembourg itself for under 500. For that price you might get 25m if youre lucky. Expect a 1000 for something suitable in the longterm. There are some housing mags in Luxembourg. Youll find them at the Airport as well as in gasstations.
Good luck. Its a great country to work, reagrding salary and benefits.
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Old 17th Mar 2006, 07:38
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If you are mobile there is a lovely little place in Bridel. Good restaurant, not expensive by Lux standards and not a bad drive from the airport.
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Old 24th Mar 2006, 09:13
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Staying there for 6 months, so 60Euros pr night is a bit too expensive. Will look into the other places. Thanks
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Old 24th Mar 2006, 16:33
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For six months, if you're not there during vintage (autumn), try a long-term rent on the German side of River Moselle - some winemakers have very nice furnished apartments to let, and they're not at all expensive off-season. You may even get a good rate if you are there during vintage, if you rent for 6 months.
Nittel is my favourite - here's the the municipa authority's official list of holiday accom (prices go down significantly for long-term rentals).
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Old 24th Mar 2006, 20:33
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If you need some time to look for a place to stay, consider the Youth hostel, very well located in the city, at prices that will not scare you.
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Old 25th Mar 2006, 21:34
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Check this website by some of the stagiaires from the European Parliament:

http://www.luxsol.info/

They have a list of private room and studios for rent that you probably will be able to get sent by e-mail.

Accomodation in Luxembourg

1st March 2006

The assistence to find accommodation for institution stagiaires is centralised with the European Parliament. Please contact:

PARLEMENT EUROPÉEN
Bureau d’Accueil et d’Informations Administratives
Bureau Interinstitutionnel du Logement
e-mail: [email protected]

It is also possible to phone or to go there personally. The telephone number and the place can be obtained from the liaison stagiaire.

When contacting this office, be sure to mention that you are institution stagiaire, quoting your application number.

Other sources:
There are also some accommodation agencies in the city, but they are expensive and probably only a last resort option. They charge one month’s rent as their fee. Try also their website: www.immonews.lu
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