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The hotel was a pleasant 10-15 minute walk to town and the reception staff was great, with good ideas (and perfect English from a former student in the US for high school and college). Very comfortable pillows and very bedding. Someone had mentioned thin towels. It is true! And of little consequence ...
Comfort Hotel Strasbourg£37Comfort Hotel Strasbourg£37
Although it is 2 minutes from the Gare de l'Est train station, my room was completely quiet. The room was a very good size, and the the bedding of very good quality. The wifi worked absolutely fine (not a given in Paris hotels). A good choice for a business trip.
Le Kléber£49Le Kléber£49
Friendly and helpful staff. Martin was great! Location really can’t be beat. Just off the tram stop at the hospital and right next to Notre Dame
Hotel des Arts£60Hotel des Arts£60
We arrived late for check in . It wasn’t a problem because all the system it’s easy to understand. I’ll return this place again.
Roi Soleil, Mundolsheim£34Roi Soleil, Mundolsheim£34
It's a really nice, new and clean hotel for a short stay when visiting Strasbourg if you are travelling by car. Some other reviews are saying to have breakfast in a cafe opposite. Don't bother. It's the same kind of breakfast option. You pay more and cannot eat as much as you want..
Première Classe Obernai Centre Gare£36Première Classe Obernai Centre Gare£36
After a very long drive from Italy, we were very pleased with our hotel room. Although the hotel was quite basic, it was modern and clean and the room was a good size. We had a queen bed and a single bed in one room but there was still plenty of space for our cases and bags. The beds were very comfy ...
B&B Hôtel STRASBOURG Nord Artisans£38B&B Hôtel STRASBOURG Nord Artisans£38
We have stayed in several B&B hotels in Germany, and expected the same standard here. However, we were very disappointed. The facilities are clearly old and a bit run down, and the rooms are small. They open onto an outdoor corridor which was used by other guests as a smoking hang-out all evening/morning, ...
B&B Hotel Strasbourg Sud Geispolsheim£40B&B Hotel Strasbourg Sud Geispolsheim£40
I stayed here sever months ago also before this stay. They are spruced up the rooms. They are very comfortable for 2 people. I would have rated them high on facilities, but the elevator broke the day before we left, which was a Sunday. They were not going to get it fixed until Monday. We were on ...
Hôtel Esplanade£42Hôtel Esplanade£42
arrived 10pm had trouble getting into hotel as reception closed at 9pm , lucky for us another customer came along and got us into reception and into the safe where our room keys were left , if this customer hadnt have come along we would have had to spend the night in the car !
Aparthotel Adagio access Strasbourg Illkirch£32Aparthotel Adagio access Strasbourg Illkirch£32
For £29 you can't expect too much. This hotel was adequate. Room was clean although a little tired. Sound insulation was pretty awful but overall we had a good night's sleep. On a Budget? This hotel is worth a look.
ibis budget Strasbourg Palais des Congres£32ibis budget Strasbourg Palais des Congres£32
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.