Bouillon [French pronunciation: [bu.jɔ̃]] (Walloon: Bouyon) is a municipality in Belgium. It lies in the country's Walloon Region and Luxembourg Province. The municipality, which covers 149.09 km², had 5,477 inhabitants, giving a population density of 36.7 inhabitants per km².
Things to do in Bouillon
4.5 based on 43 reviews
We had the hotels 3 course meal deal included in our booking. This really turned out to be more like a 5 course meal as we were given an appetiser in the bar area before we were taken to the restaurant and once we were in the restaurant we also had a soup starter. The menu was limited but the food was really good.
4 based on 124 reviews
Even off season they put out a breakfast buffet far in excess of the number of visitors. The dining room is an elegant old room decorated from a previous century. The view of the castle fortress towing above the city is magnificentDear Sir or Madam, Thank you so much for expressing your opinion about your experience at Hotel de la Poste. We are glad you enjoyed your breakfast and we hope welcoming you soon again in Bouillon. Warm greetings, Celina Bom
4 based on 63 reviews
Located on the heights of Bouillon, opposite the Castle, "La Ferronnière" has all the advantages of charming small hotel with modern infrastructure. Angélique and Wim PHILIPS-MAQUA welcome you in this beautiful 19th century mansion with an intimate family atmosphere for a successful romantic weekend or relaxing holidays.
Very welcoming family run hotel. They try to go the extra mile. Very large and well-served breakfast, with lots of home-made things. Nice view, clean rooms, good setting. A real treat!
4.5 based on 97 reviews
Booked this following other TA reviews and so glad we did! We ate here last Friday night and glad we had made a reservation as they were turning people away! It's quite small but tastefully decorated. The waitress was very friendly and did her best to help us with our french lol The service and food was outstanding, highly recommended.
4.5 based on 93 reviews
Wrote a long review of this hotel/restaurant...and will add this here...we stayed at this fantastic hotel for three wonderful days using it as a base fo the area....loved and hotel and we opted for the gastronomic package....it was INCREDIBLY good....from the beginning to the end, we felt like we were at a Michelin restaurant....the table was beautifully set, prompt, professional service...and the meals were GOURMET....absolutely delicious. We even came back for lunch one day too. You cannot do wrong with going to eat at this restaurant....
3.5 based on 215 reviews
Expensive but okay starter (antipasti, all by all 12 pieces of meat to be shared...) and one very nice pizza and unfortunately one extremely salty pizza. My partner ate a third of her pizza and felt sick for hours and thirsty for more than a day. Wine in bottle was good.
3.5 based on 305 reviews
Nice location with view of the river. Had the Roquefort moules: huge portion, good taste. Service a bit slow though for lunch.
4 based on 109 reviews
He does smile eventually! Price of moules frites the same as everywhere else on the rampart, wide selection of other options, including a children's menu. Food was not exactly speedy but we came prepared to relax in the sun and play uno whilst waiting. It was worth the wait though and my oldest had amazing homemade giant meatball and dauphinois potatoes as well which he finished very quickly. Waffles were light and fluffy. We spent a happy few hours here!
4 based on 211 reviews
Arrived unplanned in Bouillon and decided to have lunch. Used tripadvisor as a guide and Le Mont Blanc was number 5. Went in. Menu was limited. Dining area looked cheap and over-stylised. Very **hotel" feel. Was sunny outside do I asked could I sit outside on Terrace by the river. Was told I couldn't. Ordered food (I really should have left at that point...). Had omelette. Very tasteless. Whilst not expensive, it was right that it wasn't as it was very unpleasing. There are lots of other restaurants in area. Would try any of these before Le Mont Blanc....
4.5 based on 127 reviews
After a visit to the castle in Bouillon we were feeling a bit hungry and not wanting to spend ages in a proper restaurant waiting to be served and then for the food to arrive - and then trying to get the waiter's attention to get the bill; we decided on a fast food place.
Whenever I travel and see anything Americana, I just have to check it out. Route 66 is a glorified friterie but they had some interesting sounding burgers on the menu. I had a Provenciale, which has a tomatoe-y type sauce with onions and such in it while the ladies in the party had an American burger, which said it came with bacon and eggs.
The service was fast, which is always nice. I was also pleasantly surprised that the burgers were made properly, meaning on a grill. Sure, this sounds logical but in Belgium at friteries, the fries, burgers, chicken nuggets and everything else are usually just thrown into a deep fat fryer and made that way. So, for me, it was a tasty burger. The girls weren't as impressed. They expected an American burger with bacon and eggs on it to have strips of bacon and a fried egg, preferably over easy. These had bacon bits, very fatty, and slices of cold hard boiled egg. Ah well, you cannot have everything!
Drinks-wise, I had a Jupiler and the ladies a Chimay. There were also soft drinks available. So, a nice place to visit where you can sit across the street from the river watching the pedal boats go by while enjoying some chow.
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