Stay in Strasbourg with IHG
International IHG covers many tourist hotspots and business destinations worldwide. From family holidays to overnight business stays, IHG hotels cater for all types of traveller and aim to provide you with all the comforts and facilities to suit your stay. IHG also has plenty of choice for different budgets, as the group’s large portfolio reaches from five-star international hotels and resorts to affordable city-centre accommodation.
IHG’s Impressive Portfolio of Recognisable Names
IHG’s large portfolio includes an impressive twelve names, many of which are international brands and instantly recognisable to travellers. Catering to both families and business guests, Holiday Inns feature a variety of facilities that aim to create a home-from-home experience. And IHG’S Holiday Inn Express hotels offer comfortable functional rooms at competitive prices.
IHG’s Strasbourg Hotels
You’ll find Strasbourg’s IHG hotels both in the city centre and in the suburb of Illkirch, where they are conveniently close to the N83 and D458 roads. The city centre is only a ten-minute drive away, and some of the city’s attractions like the Chocolate Museum of Strasbourg and Golf Club de Strasbourg are within walking distance. City-centre IHG hotels are a short walk from historic Petite France and Grande île.
Staying at an IHG in Strasbourg means you can enjoy a nightcap in the hotels’ bars before heading up to catch up on the day’s headlines on TVs or free WiFi. Some hotels have onsite restaurants and offer guests a free buffet breakfast. If you’re in town on business and are working to a deadline, take advantage of business centres and well-equipped meeting rooms.
Best Areas to Explore in Strasbourg
Right in the middle of Strasbourg, the Grande île island is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The majority of the city’s historic sights and landmarks are on the island, including Strasbourg Cathedral and L’Oeuvre Notre Dame Museum. The Neoclassical Rohan Palace, also on Grande île, houses three of Strasbourg’s popular museums.
Strasbourg is an institutional seat of the European Union, and the city’s EU organisations are in the modern European Quarter. Many of the institutions, including the European Court of Human Rights host guided tours so that members of the public can see the workings of the EU.