We stayed for 2 nights to see the Christmas markets. Prime location opposite the station and wSlking distance to all the markets. They even stored our bags for us on the last day so we could just pick them up on the way to the station later. Large family room (we have 2 small children) with plenty of space for the kids to play. Only marked the room down a point as the carpet was quite stained in places but I could see other rooms have been refurbished and look really nice. Even though the carpet was marked the room felt clean and the small fridge/minibar came in useful to store baby bottles etc. there was a bit of street noise but that's what you expect for such z central location. Couldn't rate the breakfast highly enough. Good choice and plenty of it and it's included in the room. The lounge area in the foyer and toilets came in very useful to freshen up before getting the train too. Would definately stay again.
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Conveniently located in front of the TGV train station, this state-of-the-art Strasbourg hotel is within walking distance to …More
"Good Hotel and close to the heart of old Stasbourg"
Excellent position just five minutes walk from the station and a few minutes walk into Petit France. Hotel has small rooms but with tea/coffee facilities in the room it can be home from home. Modern decor and very clean. Reception area funky and with more tea/coffee facilities 'gratuit' The location makes walking to all the main tourist sites easy to access with the cathedral no more than fifteen minutes stroll. The covered bridges are just around the corner. Great selection of restaurants and salon de the but some can get fully booked. Even so there are loads of other choices. Our stay included a national holiday November 1st which meant that most museums etc were closed. Note that the first Sunday of each month museums are free and that is great as long as it is not a public holiday.
We visited The Palais Rohan which contains a number of museums. The gem though was the Alsace Museum which we thought was delightful.
The Horloge in the Cathedral was only 2 euros but we waited about an hour for the demonstration which we found an anti climax.
Transport very effective. We brought a trio 24 ticket which covers up to three people for 24 hrs on the trams etc. The cost was just over 6 euros and a bargain.
We took the shuttle train from the airport to Strasbourg station. Quoted as up to four trains an hour but only one an hour when we returned to airport on a Sunday - check the timetable.
A very worthwhile cultural visit with loads of history and amazing old Germanic buildings etc
Located in the heart of Strasbourg, this hotel is within walking distance of St. Peter the Old Church and Ponts Couverts …More