We booked an apartment through Housetrip and it was ideal. We rented a 50-60m2 apartment on Rue de Mercier - one of the most photographed streets in the city. It was in the shadow of the Cathedral - you could even see from the window. It was right in the centre of things and you only had to open the window to feel you were in the middle of everything. The building was an authentic half-timbered Alsatian home with a narrow spiral staircase and exposed wooden frames dividing the lounge from the dining area. It wasn't luxurious, but it was comfortable, clean and tastefully decorated.
All this for less than a hundred euros a night.
Nice apartment on the 1st floor (2nd US) of a three story house on a quiet street. Landlord lives on ground floor. There was a well equipped full kitchen (stove top, oven, microwave, larger refrigerator than normally seen in rentals). There was also an enclosed laundry porch with a washing machine and drying facilities. There was Internet (WiFi). Landlord speaks some English. There are two bedrooms; one with double, other with 2 twin beds and a sofa bed in the living room. All of the rooms are separate so several people can stay here and maintain some privacy. There is even a fish bowl with three fish just in case you miss your pets.
The location was good for taking the bus into Strasbourg proper and for driving out of town. All in all, a very nice stay. I would recommend it and would stay there again.
This fine quality hotel is very near the Cathedral and for a modest price they can accommodate an automobile. Breakfast is also available and many local fine Alsatian eateries are all around . The rooms look into a quiet rear open area behind the hotel. The latest features are present with each room.
Strasbourg has a lot of hotels but nevertheless they are often booked out, especially when their are some meetings of the European offices. If you plan to come for the Marchés de Noël, you must book a long time in advance as it attract many visitors. I am sure that most of them, especially the numerous groups will spend the night far away from Strasbourg, sometimes as far as 100 km. So, book in advance!
We stayed at the Ateyl's Hotel in Lingosheim, which is a quant little village, or southern suburb, of Strasbourg, France.
The Ateyl's Hotel in Lingolsheim, France is located in a residential neighboorhood which is quiet, peaceful and beautiful. It is surrounded by beautiful Bavarian style homes with many flower gardens.
Our room was a dormer on the 3rd floor that had 3 beds and a skylight window that opened in the roof of the building, very unique. We had a great view of the Lingolsheim Cathedral, surrounding neighboorhood as well as the Moon and Stars at night.
The Ateyl's Hotel staff were friendly and helpful and made our 3 day stay here very enjoyable, it felt like home.
Although the outside of the building & lobby are not very impressive, the rooms are very nice and quite large (make sure you ask for a renovated room). The hotel is very clean, the breakfast is excellent, and the staff are friendly, but be warned -- the elevator is tiny. I thoroughly enjoyed my stay here -- an excellent value. My single room (really a double) was 58 Euros.
Even better, it's right around the corner from some great Middle eastern snack stands so you can satisfy your late-night falafel & donair craving.
The Hotel Villa D'est is a first class hotel located just north of the city center of Strasbourg. The guestrooms are well appointed, air conditioned, and sound proofed. They exhibit the amenities needed by today's traveler and are decorated in a modern or regional style
The hotel offers it's guests the use of a fitness corner, a Finnish sauna, and a Jacuzzi. The staff is warm and friendly, dedicated to servicing the needs of their guests no matter if they are pursuing business or leisure activities. The Hotel Villa D'est is convenient to many fine dining, shopping, and entertainment venues.
This has been our hotel for two nights .
It is located only a few minutes outside the center of Strasbourg .
There you have a tramstation to go in the center .
It is easy to go there with this tram and takes only 5 minutes .
I had no clue regarding a hotel when I drove into Strasbourg, but knew that I wanted to stay in the 'old city' near the Cathedral..I ended up at the Hotel Kammer-zell which was a great location in the Cathedral square next to the church..Everything was in walking distance from the hotel, shops such as Layfette, Printemps, etc..Little France, The canal, and all restaurants,,,It was actually more of a small inn as there were only about 12 rooms in the hotel ( I think)
99.00 Euros...rooms have mini bars and are nicely done
Wonderful rooms with wooden beams going through the rooms...I later learned that in Strasbourg the large beams in the houses are not considered part of the real estate, but as personal property, as they can be moved and new houses build from the beams. The price of the rooms was 91 to 99 Euros
Château d'Adoménil situated near Lunéville
F 54 300 Lunéville
Tel. 03 83 74 04 81
Fax. 03 83 74 21 78
COLMAR * LA MAISON DES TÊTES *
In the heart of the town, between the Dominican Church and the Unterlinden Museum, is located one of the most beautiful and most representative houses of Colmar.
A part of this magnificent 17th century house is built in the ancient ditch of the surrounding walls.
Address: 19, rue des Têtes
Tel : 00 33 (0)3 89 24 43 43
Fax : 00 33 (0)3 89 24 58 34
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Chateau de Labessière near Verdun
detailed info to follow
Lovely chateau, stylish meals and rooms and the personal attention of the owner, a former teacher of German. He's a little deaf but loves to talk!
It is very near Verdun, and Mr. Eichenauer can tell you lots about it.
In 1996 it was FF600.
I don't know if there is anything special about the main hotel building or its annex, but there is also a little yellow chalet with a fireplace that sleeps two and is most charming. From behind the hotel a path leads through the forest to the Abbey of Murbach.
Apartments for rent by the week, extended week-end, and other formulas. A traditional vignerons house with courtyard.
Sorry, I have no idea, my dad paid, it was a family holiday! :)
Located in the midst of Alsace and 3 km to the centre of Colmar, the Europe Hotel**** is the first hotel complex in the region, its original and modern architecture has kept an Alsatian tradition layout. It's a pleasant area and the staff are friendly, plus it's very centrally located.
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