Le Grand Hotel12, Place de la Gare, Strasbourg 3.0 out of 5.0
Conveniently located in front of the TGV train station, this state-of-the-art Strasbourg hotel is within walking distance to Place de la Gare, St. Pierre le ...
Went for Christmas markets, so location was perfect. Breakfast was terrific. The only negative was the wi-fi. It required a code that expired randomly.
Hotel Regent Contades8 Avenue De La Liberte, Strasbourg 4.0 out of 5.0
From this hotel on the banks of the Ill River, it is a 10 minute walk to Strasbourg Cathedral and a 5 minute walk to the botanical gardens. Strasbourg universities ...
Good situation. Short walk to places of interest. Attractive building and helpful staff.
BEST WESTERN Hôtel de l'Europe by HappyCulture38 Rue Du Fosse Des Tanneurs, Strasbourg 4.0 out of 5.0
Located in Historic Center, this hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Galeries Lafayette Shopping Centre, Covered Bridge, and Strasbourg Cathedral. Alsatian Museum ...
Hotels in Strasbourg
The modern convention centre in Strasbourg features more than 8,000 square metres of meeting space and a 500-seat auditorium. The modern facilities host events like the National Congress on Crime and assembly general meetings, making it a convention centre that hosts France's political elite. European political events sometimes take place there, too.
Hotels in Strasbourg serve classic Alsatian food, including sauerkraut and Fleischnackas. You can find an old customs house next to the cathedral, which offers traditional French dishes to large groups of visitors. Sushi is a big feature on the Strasbourg cuisine scene, as is Algerian food.
Try out the Galaries Lafayettes for a spot of designer shopping. Gutenberg is also a great designer hub, especially if you are seeking men's clothes. A German discount chain, NORMA, offers wine and beer for a much cheaper fraction of restaurant prices. Strasbourg hotels close to Place de Halles provide easy access to hundreds of shops.
Major Points of Interest
The city centre in Strasbourg is pedestrian friendly, making it easy to get around on foot. Try the Cathedral Notre Dame for dizzying architecture and gruesome looking gargoyles. The astrometric clock is 300 years old, and still looks magnificent as it changes hours at midday. Opera fans should visit the baroque L'Opera, if only for a tour rather than a show. The Musée alsacien is dedicated to pre-industrial life in Strasbourg.
Strasbourg sports are usually notable, as the city is home to some well-known men's and women's teams. Internationaux de Strasbourg is one of the most prominent women's tennis tournaments in the world. The Racing Club de Strasbourg is a popular football team in Strasbourg that plays at the Stade de la Meinau ground.
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