The Moselle region is home to many things of Luxembourg – steep hills, plethora of vineyards, birthplace of Luxembourg wines, fruit trees for juices liqueurs and schnapps, but more importantly, for this story, it’s home to Hôtel l’Écluse.
An eco-friendly and sustainable designed hotel, Hôtel l’Écluse was developed on the fracture of creating an environment of luxury and beauty, without harming the earth around us. Every year an insurmountable number of spas, salons, and hotels open worldwide. Many ignore the necessary steps to produce an arena that doesn’t destroy nature around us for the sole purpose of appeasing guests, while others scale back to offer more natural feel, ultimately skimping on what makes a hotel so special. l’Écluse has found the perfect balance for both utilizing the resources of the region to make the visit special for tourists and natives of the area.
Each room and suite is designed with a terrace providing picturesque panoramic views of the Moselle River or the vineyard behind the hotel. Accented with psychedelic throws and pillows, neon hues and customized special wardrobes, each room makes use of as much as possible. Frosted glass bathrooms allow for light to come through, without showing violating the person in the bathroom. But don’t feel you need to stay cooped up in your boudoir to relax. The hotel’s wellness area has three saunas, fitness equipment, swimming pool when you want to be outside in the sun or an 18-hole green for those who find golf relaxing.
A few floors down enjoy a local crémant, specialty cocktail or full gourmet meal from their in-house restaurant, Pier29 paired with wines from their wine cellar. Make a seminar or event extra special in the lavish event space. Perfect for parties, how-to classes, or week long trainings, the room has occupancy for over 50 guests, a full range kitchen and high tech electronic capabilities. Or bask in the culture nearby. Not far from European Schengen Museum, Chateau de Schengen and along the ‘Route du Vin’, it’s the ideal calm away from the stressors of the city. Only opened a little over a year, Hôtel l’Écluse has quickly grown to a recognized landmark of the region.