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We booked this hotel for 2 nights. It is almost impossible to find by car, with all the one way streets. The hotel has no parking, but recommends the nearby public garage. There are drunks and bums everywhere in the square near the hotel and...More
we were there for 4 nights and the staff was very helpful as we had alot of problems with the internet. They actually gave us a cable (cost 10 euro to buy!). Loovvvee the hotel. It's so pretty that we overlooked the tiny space which...More
Booked this hotel in June for a 5 day stay at Christmas. The reception staff were friendly and helpful, but we were not given the room we had booked, and instead two twin beds had been squeezed into a small space. We found the room...More
Some rooms are very small but they are spotless and with very nice decoration. Check the website for photos. Book the big rooms if you want more space. Comparing with the other hotels in the city, and believe us, we have seen many during our...More
The best part of this hotel is the location on Place Kleber. This is a square centrally located in Strasbourg and one can walk from and to it at night with confidence. Most cheaper hotels are in the train station neighbourhood which is less pleasant....More
US$ 77 - US$ 149 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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The entrance corridor to the hotel is fairly narrow. And as one other has already stated, the parking garage is city-owned and managed, not by the hotel. I would contact the hotel directly to ask their opinion.
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"I believe the hotel is completed renovated, but ask during reservation."