Wallonia has a growing number of hotels, B&Bs, rural gites and other eco-friendly accommodation (labelled "Green Key") where you can enjoy your holiday in comfort without harming the environment.
Green Key accommodation combines preserving nature with quality service, complying with a strict set of rules. The goal is to promote sustainable development in tourism.
Visit the international www.green-key.org website, where you’ll find a comprehensive list of accommodation options, along with the reasons why each of the venues was awarded the coveted Green Key label.
Type of lodging
- © lesaubergesdejeunesse.beMonsYouth hostel
Mons Youth Hostel, by the belfryLooking for an eco-friendly place to stay in Mons? The Youth Hostel, by the belfry, will prove perfect.
- © Jacot StudioTournaiYouth hostel
Tournai Youth HostelLooking for an eco-friendly place to stay at the very heart of Tournai? Try the city's Youth Hostel.
- © Les Auberges de Jeunesse asblMalmedyYouth hostel
Malmedy Youth Hostel, Hautes FagnesLooking for an eco-friendly place to stay in when in Malmedy? Try the Hautes Fagnes Youth Hostel.
- © Les Auberges de Jeunesse AsblNamurYouth hostel
The Félicien Rops Youth Hostel, NamurThe Youth Hostel in Namur, set in painter Félicien Rops's former studio, is only a 15 minutes' walk from the citadel.
- © Les Auberges de Jeunesse AsblChamplonYouth hostel
The Barrière de Champlon Youth HostelThe Youth Hostel in Champion is set in the very heart of the Ardenne. The region, characterised by its many forests, is a real invite to relax and rediscover nature.
- © Les Auberges de Jeunesse AsblBouillonYouth hostel
The Bouillon Youth HostelThe Youth Hostel in Bouillon overlooks the city, offering a stunning view of the Semois and the fortress, one of Europe's most impressive castles.
- © Les Auberges de Jeunesse AsblLiègeYouth hostel
The Georges Simenon Youth Hostel, LiègeReady for a vibrant atmosphere? Want to party all night long? This Youth Hostel, set in a lively neighbourhood and a 5 minutes' walk from the town centre, blends perfectly with the bustling activity of Liège, known as the Cité Ardente or burning city.