Campanile Strasbourg Ouest

2 out of 5 stars2 Stars

Rue Charles Peguy, Zac de Hautepierre Sud, Strasbourg, Alsace, 67200, France
Campanile Strasbourg Ouest
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Rated 26% lower than similarly priced 2 star hotels

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  • Solo60
  • Business13

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Sunday, anything open

by seoulgirl

We want to drive over from Germany this Sunday and have a meal and stay the night.

Is there anything open and if so, in what area is the best for dining. We would like to go someplace more French, not so much German oriented food since we live in Germany.

Thanks!

Re: Sunday, anything open

by mariev

Many restaurants are open on sundays in Strasbourg, specially in the touristy center (around the Cathedral and in the Petite France)
Some ideas
The famous maison Kamerzell
Zuel Strissel - place de la grande boucherie
you can have a look at http://www.fra.cityvox.fr/restaurants_strasbourg/Restaurants (search by area, type of cooking..)

Re: Sunday, anything open

by ATLC

Hi, 65 kms from Strasbourg is 3-star Michelin restaurant Auberge d'Ill in Illhaeusern. As you can imagine, it's the absolute top in culinary art.
See http://www.virtualtourist.com/travel/Europe/France/Alsace/Illhaeusern-119693/Restaurants-Illhaeusern-R-1.html#1

It also has a hotel. And to find your way: www.viamichelin.com

Travel Tips for Strasbourg

La Cathedrale Gothique. When...

by Martin_B

La Cathedrale Gothique. When I first see the Cathedrale I was amaze. I was so different than other Cathedrale. The style was different and I found it very amazing. So big and so beautiful.You can visit the Cathedrae inside and go upstairs (with 350 stairs approx) and youcan ave a great view of the city of Strasbourg.

Kammerzells House.

by steventilly

Set on a corner in the Place de la Cathedral, Kammerzells House is a really ancient and distinctive looking half timbered building. It is now a hotel and restaurant and we spent many a lovely, relaxed hour drinking at one of its tables and just watching the world pass by.

Place Gutenberg, Village des artisans Roumains

by JLBG

On Place Gutenberg, Rumania is the invited country of the Marchés de Noël for 2006. The Village des artisans Roumains (village of Rumanian craftsmen) presents in a dozen boothes several aspects of Rumanian craft. In the middle, a group from Bucharest gave to the passers-by a sample of their traditional songs and dances. That was excellent! May be that we will go to Rumania for next vacations!

Public Transportation

by german_eagle

We stayed on the German side of the border (Gengenbach) and went to Strasbourg by public transportation. Very convenient!

Thanks to tini58 who gave the hint to a very helpful website (see below) we found out timetables. Usually you have to change trains in Offenburg, sometimes hop on a bus in Kehl, but this is no problem.

Purchase an Europass for 6.60 Euro per person, valid for 24 hours! This pass covers all the regional trains, buses and trams on the German side and also the trams in Strasbourg.

Great People Watching

by bboger about Maison Kammerzell

Maison is an instantly recognizable restaurant sitting on the wide plaza in front of the old cathedral in the center of Strasbourg's altstadt. The menu inside of the restaurant is pretty stinking expensive. I'll admit that I haven't felt it necessary to shell out for that experience. I've enjoyed eating from the outside menu, which is certainly more palatable from a price standpoint. They have various Alsatian dishes, and I've had no complaints about the food. On both occasions I've also enjoyed a nice bottle of Alsatian wine, while watching the street performers and various other characters and tourists wandering around the area. I've had things ranging from spaetzle to escargot to an Alsatian chicken dish. Flammekurche (spelling?). Lots of traditional Alsatian dishes (think half German, half French)

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Address: Rue Charles Peguy, Zac de Hautepierre Sud, Strasbourg, Alsace, 67200, France