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A lovely small hotel built over a mill stream in one of the prettiest parts of Strasbourg. I would recommend it for a business trip or for some where for a weekend break.
Régent Petite France & Spa£150Régent Petite France & Spa£150
Very nice room decoration, really like it! Staff is nice and helpful. Hotel is in central location, very convenient.
Sofitel Strasbourg Grande Ile£118Sofitel Strasbourg Grande Ile£118
Great location, the staff were very friendly and nothing was too much trouble, not just saying that. A very French hotel in the most beautiful setting. Good location to the tram which takes you into Strasbourg, a real must and so easy to use.
Château de l'Ile & Spa£107Château de l'Ile & Spa£107
Strasbourg’s high-end hotels combine chic decors and convenient facilities in some of the best locations across the city. Many of the five-star hotels are boutique establishments aiming to deliver the best in hospitality and service. Families are welcome, and most hotels even provide childcare facilities for young children.
Guests can relax in full-service spas and clock up some laps in indoor pools before enjoying a beer in the bar and lounge areas. Around-the-clock room service is offered in a couple of five-star hotels, so you can enjoy private dining. A handful of these deluxe places to stay cater to business guests, with large conference rooms, WiFi throughout and a concierge service.
Settle in to your five-star bedroom in your bathrobe and slippers and flick through satellite channels, or crack open a drink from your minibar and look out across the Medieval city of Strasbourg.
Located on Grande île, Strasbourg’s historic centre and Petite Paris are popular locations with those wanting to be within walking distance from some of the city’s popular attractions. Strasbourg Cathedral and the sumptuous Rohan Palace are just steps away. The area is also a hub of convivial bars and eateries, all of which have outdoor terraced areas in the summer months.
Book tickets for an evening at the ballet or opera at Opera National du Rhin or Café de l’Opera, both incredible buildings near the Pont de Theatre and the Place de la Republique, home of the National University Library, which has the second largest collection of books in France.
Strasbourg’s best restaurants take the German and Gallic influences which are so predominant in Alsatian cuisine and use them to create delicate, well-crafted dishes. For Michelin-starred restaurants, head to the historic centre or Petite France. As Alsace is one of France’s notable wine regions, you can expect many bistros and restaurants to have an impeccable choice of local Rieslings and Pinot Gris on their wine menus.