Frquently asked questions


Do I need a membership card to stay in a youth hostel?
Yes, you must have a valid „Hostelling International“ membership card. You don’t have a membership card and you don’t live in Luxembourg? No problem, you will receive a daypass of 3 € per person per night.
As a member, you don’t just get a discount of 3 € per night and person, but you also will receive numerous admission discounts in Luxembourg and other countries, as well as a memberhip discount of at least 10% on the overnight at over 4.000 youth hostels worldwide.

How to become a member?
You have to buy a membership card at your national youth hostel association. The residents of Luxembourg have the possibility to get their card by filling out our online application or at every youth hostel in Luxembourg.

Is there an age limit?
No, there is none.

Is it possible to reserve a single or double room?
Yes, by paying an extra charge per night andperson for a single room or private use for of a room for two people. Prices can be found on the price list at the youth hostel.

When can I check in?
The check in is from 5 to 10 pm. The reception of the Luxembourg-City youth hostel is open the whole year around and every day 24h/24h. Check out on the next day is before 10 am.

Will the youth hostel close in the evening?
No, most of our youth hostels are equipped with a card system that permits you to enter the hostel 24 hours a day.

Are there any restrictions for disabled guests?
No, youth hostels such as Echternach, Lultzhausen, Luxembourg, Remerschen and Beaufort are specially equipped for disabled persons.

Are dogs allowed?
Animals are not allowed in the youth hostels. Dogs for disabled people are allowed on preliminary request.

Is there a shuttle service?
The Luxembourg-City youth hostel offers a shuttle service to both the airport as well as the train station.

What else do the youth hostels offer?
Youth hostels have got the ideal substructure for meetings, conferences and workshops. Some youth hostels offer activities for groups, families and schools.