This quaint hotel in Namur offers guests views of the Meuse River from every room, a pub featuring local beers and the popular Cyrano restaurant. Comfortable, cozy accommodations and first-class service await guests at this family-run hotel in Namur, Belgium. The BEST WESTERN New Hotel de Lives is located on the banks of the Meuse River with convenient access to the train station and city center of Namur. Hotel guests will have easy access to the E-411 and E-42 Highways. Visitors will also find the Citadel of Namur, the Parfum Museum Guy Delforge and the Namur Expo within close distance to the hotel. Each guest room at this Namur hotel offers cable television, hairdryer, coffee maker, desk/working area and a refrigerator. Other hotel amenities include meeting and event space including assistance from the hotel staff to organize any special occasion or event. The BEST WESTERN New Hotel de Lives is a popular hotel for visitors coming to Namur for local events and festivities including the Grand Prix Motocross Namur. Hotel guests will receive attentive service from the multi-lingual staff. Make an online reservation and save at this great hotel in Namur, Belgium -- the quaint BEST WESTERN New Hotel de Lives. ** Note the hotel reception is only open from 7:30 a.m. to 11:00 p.m. During the Christmas holidays, the restaurant will be closed on December 24 and 25, 2015 and January 1 and 2, 2016.
Closing time 23.00 is a little bit early
We booked the hotel specialy for grand prize of Namur (motocross world champion ship) , we are drivers. We could' t came frome the hotel in the morning (6 a.m) beacuse the door was close. we asked to open door we were refused, because this hotel is not night hotel. We have a good chance to loose the champinship start. We did not recieve any breakfast, because of we leave hotel early.
Hotel comfortable, good location
Having to walk outside to get to bar / dining room
Comfortable and quiet despite being on a regularly used road
The lady owner is very kind and helpful.
We had 3 dinners at the Cicero restaurant. We also had 7 breakfasts. Always very good. However, except for snails and beers, we could not get any local food (nearly everything is "imported" from the Flemish part of Belgium, from butter, to low-fat yogurt).