Hotels in Strasbourg
Despite its air of a small Alsatian town, Strasbourg is the seventh largest city in France, and a popular destination for both business and leisure travellers. The city is home to the European Parliament and the Council of Europe, France's largest university and the administrative school ENA.
Strasbourg is great for sightseeing, as the historical city center can be easily explored on foot. The cathedral is a masterpiece of Gothic architecture, and the houses surrounding it date from the 15th and 16th centuries. Admire the half-timbered houses in the historical quarter of “La Petite France”, take a boat tour on the river Ill, or go for a day trip on the Alsatian Wine Road.
Early reservation of your accommodation is recommended, as hotels are generally fully booked and hotel prices will double during European Parliament sessions, and also during Strasbourg's famous Christmas market.
Featured online hotel reservation system is provided in cooperation with Bookings. The reservations need to be confirmed by a credit card, but this is not charged in advance and you will only pay at the hotel upon your arrival.
|Regent Petite France
5 rue des Moulins, Strasbourg
Discover a new room during each stay at Strasbourg's most exclusive four-star hotel. Why? Because no two rooms are alike! All of them are very spacious, decorated stylishly with a high-quality modern interior..
From € 127.50
|Regent Contades Concorde Hotel
8 avenue de la Liberte, Strasbourg
The Régent Contades is the sister hotel of the Régent Petite France, with the same quality and service standards, but housed in a majestic 19-century old building and furnished in art nouveau style. The hotel is located on the bank of the river Ill, very close to the opera house and theatre.
From € 94.50
|La Résidence Jean-Sébastien Bach
Boulevard Jean-Sébastien Bach 6, Strasbourg, 67000
At just a few minutes walk from the European Parliament buildings and the "Parc de l'Orangerie", the Residence Jean Sebastien Bach offers four-star service for short and long stays.
From € 80
Le Grand Hotel Strasbourg
Place de la Gare 12, Strasbourg
This modern three-star hotel is conveniently located just opposite of Strasbourg's main train station. Most of the rooms offer a magnificent view on the station and square, which were completely renovated in 2007.
From € 62
15, rue du 22 Novembre, Strasbourg, 67000
Located in the heart of Strasbourg's city center and at a five-minute walk from the Cathedral, the three-star Hotel Hannong is a charming boutique hotel with a history.
From € 75
|Best Western Monopole Metropole Hotel
Rue Kuhn 16, Strasbourg
Since being built in 1895, this building has always been a hotel. Its history is illustrated not only by the Alsatian artifacts displayed in the lobby, but also by the number of illustrious guests who stayed there.
|Best Western Hotel de France
20 rue du Jeu des Enfants
Guests staying at the Best Western Hotel de France have easy access to just about any point in the city center. The Kleber square and the picturesque Petite France area are only a five-minute walk away, and the Cathedral and the main train station only slightly further.
|Hotel Cap Europe
6, rue de Bitche
This two-star apartment hotel is especially convenient for longer stays. The easily accessible location makes it a good choice for business travelers and families. Guests staying longer and families appreciate the value for money.
|Holiday Inn Strasbourg City Centre
20 place de Bordeaux
Conveniently located near the convention center, this four-star hotel offers all the comfort travellers would expect from a Holiday Inn. The hotel's plus factor is the large parking space free of charge just behind the building.
|Villa d'Est Hotel Strasbourg
12, rue Jacques Kablé
The inviting ambiance of the hall with its cozy fireplace sets the mood for your entire stay at this elegant three-star hotel.
|Hotel Maison Rouge Strasbourg
4 rue des Francs-Bourgeois
An integral part of Strasbourg's hospitality landscape for centuries, the Maison Rouge Hotel moved into red building right next to the Galeries Lafayette department store in 1973. Older citizens of Strasbourg will remember that it was located directly on the Kleber square before.
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