Ratings based on 3 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
4.0 Room cleanliness
3.3 Service & staff
2.7 Room comfort
3.0 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
for Couplesby Mystique from London
AlrightPosted Apr 2, 2013
Les Jardins d'Adalric is in a sleepy little village. We stopped by on our wasy to Stasbourg after exploring the alcase wine region. The corridors were a bit musty and had a peculiar smell! the rooms were nice and comfortable. A nice place to stay if you want to save some money.
for Everyoneby Duncan from Hereford UK
We would happily re-visit this hotel.Posted Aug 2, 2012
Pros: It's comfortable quiet and peaceful, with secure parking.
Cons: Our 'Quality' bedroom was a little on the small side. If I were to visit again, I'd pay for a more expensive larger room.
Location: Good location between motorway and town, yet quiet.
This hotel is well run and very efficient, with cheery helpful staff readily available. Set in it's own peaceful gardens on a quiet side of Obernai, and not too far from the motorway, so easy to find. We stayed for a week on B&B, and particularly enjoyed sitting on the shaded hotel terrace where a good breakfast is served 7-10am. The terrace leads out onto a delightful, medium sized swimming pool, surrounded with ample sun-loungers, tables and chairs, etc: and although there were several families staying at the same time as ourselves, the poolside atmosphere was always calm, with tots to teans all seeming to enjoy themselves whilst respecting the general tranquility of those like us without children. There is no dinner served in the hotel. However, this didn't bother us in the slightest as it's only a short and rather pleasant walk into Obernai town, which is renown for a wide range of gastronomic restaurants, serving delicious local food, Alsace wines and beers. Obernai town survived the war without major structural damage, and it's very pleasant walking round the narrow twisting streets of half-timbered buildings, with geraniums blooming in all the window boxes. The whole town is known for it's floral displays. Just 5km away is another village called Barr, which also has many fine places to eat. We ate at a different restaurant each night of the week, and never hit on a bad one, although the choice was more limited Sunday and Monday evenings, when some were closed.
Recommendedby A verified traveler
Posted Jul 15, 2012 on Hotels.com