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    Ive just had 5 days at Clervaux (Luxembourg) staying here as our base, the surrounding roads are exceptional, we also did some of the ride mag routes and if you feel like a run down the mosel to cochem or the ring than its only a short distance away, we opted for a non motorway route out of zebrug to the hotel so everything is possible.

    Link below for hotel, underground secure car park with hot wash facility i.e. hose pipe connected to hot tap if you feel the need to wash your bike, food was exceptional and the pool and sauna was a great way to chill after a full day on the bikes.

    www.koenerclervaux.lu

    This family-run hotel is centrally located in the pedestrian zone in the center of Clervaux and has been owned by the Koener family since 1886. With 45 rooms, the "Chloé's" restaurant, a brasserie, an inviting outdoor terrace, enclosed garage and much more, it offers all the amenities that will make your stay in Luxembourg an unforgettable experience. However, the highlight of our 3-star hotel is the 800 m2 relaxation and wellness area with its sauna world, a fitness room, a relaxation room, a wellness boutique, its swimming pool and the Espace Thalgo.

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    I copied this post in from another thread.

    I too have stayed at the Koener hotel, several times.

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    Richard

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    Also cut from another thread, comes another hotel in Clervaux, courtesy of Wessie:

    Quote Originally Posted by wessie View Post
    I've popped into Luxembourg a few times on the way further south - as Bike point out, you can get there pretty quickly by motorway through France & Belgium. They are toll free and provide an alternative to the French Péage to get to the Vosges or Black Forest. Fill up with fuel as it is really cheap compared to France & Belgium.

    Last year I introduced some friends to Luxembourg over Easter. They universally approved of the place, having had negative stereotypes of the place beforehand. We stayed in Clervaux (Hotel des Nations) and used this as a base to explore. Not sure where Ride recommends as a base as their Motogoloco map is not loading - presumably overwhelmed with requests.

    I'm looking at another trip next Spring, either using Vianden or somewhere near Remich on the Moselle as a base.

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    Ref. Hotel des Nations - they have lock up garages for bikes but by the time the patron let us know we had walked into the centre of town and had a few beers so left the bikes parked outside the front door for our stay. Even the two KTM Supedukes weren't nicked.
    This space deliberately left blank as the author writes too much pretentious bollocks as it is.

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