Getting There: Take the bus from the airport.
I spend most of my pre-travel planning where to go and how to get there efficiently on points. I don’t do research ahead of time what to do when I get there. I also have gotten into the bad habit of trusting that a brand name resort will be centrally located. That approach doesn’t always work. For example, I booked the Four Points Ljubljana because I assumed it would be located in the city center. Ljubljana is not a big city and it was reasonable to believe that Four Points would not invest in a property in the middle of nowhere. I was wrong (see Four Points Ljubljana: Not Near the Centre). Like Ljubljana, Luxembourg City is tiny. Like Zurich, Luxembourg City is expensive. All I wanted was a hotel that was near the city center and cheap. Luckily, I found the Park Inn, a Radisson hotel.
The hotel is near the Adolphe Bridge which connects Ville Haute, the historical centre of Luxembourg City, with Gare, where the Park Inn is located.
Like the Hyatt Place, Radisson hotels are basically all the same. It’s a great place to lay your head but doesn’t have too many frills, forcing you to go out and explore.
I didn’t come to Luxembourg City to stay in my hotel. I also didn’t come to spend too much money on a hotel. Both goals were accomplished by staying at the Park Inn Luxembourg.