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Dotted throughout Europe, Lagrange’s self-catering hotels has professional teams dedicated to bringing a high-level of service to their guests. The group’s accommodation ranges from aparthotels and villas, to bungalows and motorhomes, helping Lagrange appeal to a range of tastes and budgets. Lagrange also has a great choice of summer and winter residences in its portfolio, aimed at travellers who want to experience Europe’s best skiing and beaches.
Lagrange’s four-star hotels in Strasbourg have sophisticated self-catering apartments right in the heart of Strasbourg. Each room is equipped with a modern kitchenette with refrigerator, dishwasher and microwave. Elsewhere in the hotels, you can unwind in indoor pools and saunas or get online with the free WiFi available in public areas. For those arriving by car, the hotel offers free onsite parking.
Staying close to Strasbourg Station places guests right in the centre of the city. The station is France’s second largest and regular trains run through, connecting the city to many other European cities, including Paris, Frankfurt and Amsterdam. The area is also well connected to the rest of Strasbourg, and bus and tram stops are within walking distance. Many of the city’s main attractions, including Rohan Palace and Kléber Square, are just a short walk across the River Ill.
Strasbourg’s historic centre spreads out across Grande île, a small island in the centre of the city which is listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Strasbourg Cathedral is at the centre of the island, and its huge spire, dominating the city’s skyline, is unmissable. Take time to walk up its spiral staircase to see some beautiful city vistas from the base of its spire. The cathedral is also famous for its astronomical clock, which still chimes daily at 12.30pm.
Many of Strasbourg’s museums are on Grande île. The L’Oeuvre Notre Dame Museum displays artworks from the Alsace and Upper Rhine region, some of which date back to the 13th century. Rohan Palace is another favourite with its three museums, including the city’s Archaeological Museum.