In the heart of Strasbourg

Location

10-minute walk from the old town

The hotel is located in a quiet neighbourhood, between Les Halles, the Palace of Justice and Place Haguenau. You can get to Place Broglie in just 3 minutes and are only 10 minutes away from the Cathedral, the main tourist landmark in Strasbourg. The Strasbourg SNCF train station is just a 15-minute walk away.

Find us

18 Rue du Faubourg de Pierre, 67000, Strasbourg, France

Transport

Excellent transport connections

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Bus: Faubourg de Pierre stop (Line 4) 76 yds. away (1 minute)

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Strasbourg Train Station: 0.8 miles (15-minute walk)

airplane

Strasbourg International Airport: 12 miles (20 minutes)

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Private parking (surcharge – advance booking only; 10 spaces, 12€/24 hours).

Tourism

Next to all the main monuments

We are located in the centre of Strasbourg, the European capital in the heart of the Alsace, the headquarters of the European Council since 1949 and of the European Parliament since 1992, a city that you will love for its cultural and architectural diversity.

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10-minute walk

Notre-Dame Cathedral

Strasbourg Cathedral, located in the old town, is an authentic masterpiece of Gothic architecture. This colossal monument, standing at 466 feet high, is the second-tallest cathedral in France as well as the second most-visited one in the country. It was declared a Historical Monument in 1862.

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20-minute walk

Petite France

This historical and picturesque district, located on the Grande Île and crossed by different canals, preserves a large number of half-timbered houses, such as Maison des Tanneurs and Maison Haderer. The district has many restaurant and is one of Strasbourg’s most charming areas.

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30-minute walk

European Parliament

The Louise Weiss building in Strasbourg, inaugurated in 1999, is the official seat of the European Parliament which hosts 12 plenary sessions every year. It is located in the European quarter, a district that is home to 20 different European institutions, which is why Strasbourg has earned the title of “Capital of Europe”.

18 Rue du Faubourg de Pierre, 67000, Strasbourg, France