3.75km from Schaerges MichelWe arrived at the airport at around 21.45 and were able to walk to the hotel in around 15 minutes, although the walk was occasionally on the roadside without pavements (this might have been because Google didn't recommend the best path). So if you have an early or late stop at the airport and don't want to spring for a taxi, this is a cheap and convenient location. We had a trio room, which was a double-bed with a single bunk bed on top. The room had basic decor and would have benefitted from updating. There was a blanket/duvet without a cover over the sheet, and it looked a bit too bulky to be washed after every stay. There was a sink, a small corner table and chair and a TV. No soap is provided, and I had paid for a towel when making my reservation, but on arrival was advised that there were no towels available. The evening reception staff said that I would need to request a refund for the towel in the morning, and the morning receptionist was able to do this. The rooms were opened and closed with a 6-digit code, and there was then a latch from the inside (e.g. which wouldn't keep the door locked but would prevent it from opening more than a couple of inches). The hotel was quiet and we slept well. The free wifi connected easily in the room. The bathrooms were down the corridor. The toilets were similar to porta-potties you get at events - just a small cubicle of the same easy-clean material on the floor and walls. They were not particularly clean, and there was no sink in the cubicle (this is sometimes a feature of French bathrooms). This meant that to wash your hands, you could either go back to your room and use the sink there and your own soap, or go into the shower cubicle, use the soap there and wash your hands under the shower. As we didn't have a towel, we couldn't use the showers, but they seemed to be hostel-standard individual cubicles, with quite a strong smell of drains. Breakfast was cheaper than the standard buffet, in keeping with the limited selection - two cereals, sliced baguette or square bread for toasting, with some jams, nutella and honey, orange juice, and a hot drink machine). It was unlimited, but if you have anything like gluten or wheat intolerance, be aware that there is probably nothing suitable for you. The breakfast area had a large table and a bar table, with seating for around 10 people altogether. We went towards the end of the availability period, but it would probably be difficult to find a seat at peak times. There was a vending machine in the lobby, which took Euro coins only (not notes). There didn't seem to be other shops nearby, so if you're arriving late and haven't eaten, you might want to get something from the airport. I found the receptionists to be friendly and helpful, but I speak French so that may have made a difference.