The appealing Chateau De Namur hotel is situated on a gently sloping hillside and affords wonderful views out over Namur. A stop for public transport is roughly 300 m from the hotel. Housed in a building that dates back to 1900 this hotel comprises 29 rooms (including 5 suites) spread over 3 floors. An inviting lobby includes a reception and lift. Further facilities include a cosy bar and a restaurant. The welcoming and well-tended rooms comprise a private bathroom with hairdryer a direct dial telephone a minibar/ fridge and a hire safe.
Excellent location; excellent meals
Meal is good but rather expensive
Enjoyed Breakfast, the ambience was better in the morning then evening.
Didn't like the renovation, too much of the history had been wiped out..
No way near a 4 star hotel, too expensive, restaurant portions not enough to feed a small kid.
Best thing about it is also the worst. Lovely and secluded but also hard to get to and as Namur is innundated with taxis getting back in the evening was difficult. Also good value as we got a deal for 60 Euros for the night, probably not worth it at over 100.
The Chateau is absolutely beautiful. The rooms were spaceous, clean and comfortable. Very nice bathrooms and decor in the room.
The owner, cook, receptionist was very friendly, and always on hand to offer suggestions. Rate was good.
Parking was a bit of a challenge; because although the hotel had parking available out back, it wasn't clear how to reach it. I parked in the public lot just over the street - which worked out fine.
Very nice old building which surprises with very modern interior and rooms. Rooms are large and very nicely fitted. Can't beat this hotel for value for money. Restaurant is superb. We had a great set dinner for only 30~40 Euros and quality was top!
Nothing negative to report
Dinner in the Hotel restaurant was well prepared and presented with an eye to detail and quality of ingredients. Very good.
The location and the food
The interior was not as traditional as we had imagined it would be