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Great location, just few minutes walk from all of old Strasbourg sights. Extremely nice staff! Small room, creaky floors, OK bathroom, no elevator. Overall, the expected for the age of hotel. We enjoyed 3 nights there.
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it is a good hotel with its cheap room tariff. room is a bit small but if you're not a big guy, it is not that small, but opening your trunk on the floor can be a little tricky. i would recommend to who travel by car, or to who wants a cheapest hotel but do not have a transportation difficulty. it ...
A simple, basic hotel, very well located at the heart of the medieval city. Twenty minutes walk from station and close to tramline to Council of Europe / European Parliament, if that's your poison. Good location to visit an interesting city.
I came to Sxb for IRCADS surgical programme at Hospital civil. Ofcourse they have Haras hotel in the campus but it was costly. This hotel is on a direct tram line (Illkirch-Graffenden to Parc de sports) joining hospital & railway station(Gare Centrale). Its just next to Colonne station. Visitors ...
A noisy group jumping in the pool woke us problem with our room facing the pool and on the ground floor we were unable to draw the curtain in the morning and the room is quite dark especially when the desk lamp did not work.
Strasbourg’s two-star hotels are largely situated in the city centre, on and around the Grand île island. Guests will be just steps from the historic quarter and the city’s famous Gothic cathedral, as well as the bright timber-framed houses in the charming Petite France area. Only a short walk from Strasbourg central railway station, there are many transport links between the centre and the rest of the city, as well as to other towns across France and Germany.
The majority of Strasbourg’s two-star hotels are independently run, family- and pet-friendly. Multi-lingual staff on 24-hour front desks welcome guests and can help with tour tickets and restaurant reservations. A handful of two-star hotels are convenient for business guests, who will benefit from central locations, business centres and concierge services. Bright rooms are spacious and offer thoughtful amenities such as coffee makers, complimentary toiletries and free WiFi. TVs with satellite channels provide in-room entertainment.
One of the best ways to discover Strasbourg is to walk the many crooked streets in its historic quarter on Grand île. The area remains mostly unchanged since the 16th Century and many of its historic buildings line the various canals that run across the island.
To see Strasbourg’s cosmopolitan side, head to the European Quarter. EU institutions such as the European Parliament and the Council of Europe are all in this area and many visitors walk around to take in all the striking contemporary architecture, but you can also see inside as most institutions hold guided tours when there are no parliamentary sessions taking place.
Strasbourg’s leafy parks and gardens are more than just genteel walking spots; they have all manner of attractions as well. Popular with families, the Orangerie Park has a small farm, zoo and stork sanctuary. During summer, families and young couples rent out rowing boats on the park’s lake.
On the banks of the Rhone-Rhine Canal, Heyritz Park features a recreational area, playgrounds and a floating dock. The park is popular with cyclists and walkers even in the evenings as most of its pathways are well lit throughout the night.