Strasbourg hotels are scattered through the historic city along the River Rhine. The cultural capital of Alsace Lorraine long has been admired for its Gothic architecture, versatile museums, sumptuous food and wine, and political landscape. At the end of the Second World War, the city was chosen as Europe's capital city. Today, it remains the home to many organizations that watch over human rights, social programs, and monetary development, including the European Parliament, Council of Europe, and the European Court of Human Rights.
Both tourists and politicians make reservations for Strasbourg hotels when planning to visit this exciting city in eastern France. Whether you're planning to spend the holidays in France, a summer vacation, or a visit any other time of the year you will have many choices for your accommodation in Strasbourg, no matter what date you're planning to visit. Hotels in Strasbourg welcome all kind of travelers and suit all kind of budgets.
Many visitors make reservations at hotels in Strasbourg at the end of the year. Once night falls, the city comes alive with twinkling lights, the sound of Christmas carols in the air, and shoppers milling about the Christkindelsmärik-the Christmas market. Visitors also celebrate the season among the cathedrals and churches, on boat rides along the Rhine, and by admiring the towering Christmas tree in Place Kleber. Many of the Alsace Lorraine hotels in and around the city offer seasonal packages, attractive rates, and their own holiday decorations when the calendar turns to December.
Welcoming guests in all seasons, the Hotel Cardinal de Rohan is one of the hotels in Strasbourg with a strategic location. The 36 air-conditioned rooms, all within steps of an 800-year-old Gothic cathedral, can accommodate smokers and non-smokers. All feature individual décor, Internet access, porter service, and minibars. When staying here and other nearby choices for Strasbourg lodging, you'll be staying in one of the world's cultural treasures. The United Nations has added the city center, called Grande-Ile, on its list of World Heritage Sites.
Another one of the Strasbourg hotels in the city center, the Sofitel Strasbourg Grande Ile features renovated rooms suited to business and leisure travelers. The upscale and comfortable rooms range in size from standard double beds to multi-room suites. Behind each bed, there's a special work of art: excerpts from the Sermets de Strasbourg, a book that shares the city history. In addition, this Strasbourg lodging provider offers its guests a long list of amenities, including onsite dining and bars, well-rounded packages, and special rates for early booking.
Hotel Cour du Corbeau (pictured), one choice for Strasbourg lodging has been welcoming guests for centuries. Over the years, the hotel has been transformed into a property one might expect to find among the list of Paris luxury hotels. This luxury hotel features 57 rooms and suites, complete with comfortable surroundings, re-purposed historic timbers, and excellent views of the remarkable city. The tea salon is a popular place to enjoy regional blends and fresh pastries, and the hotel bar is a popular place to gather after dark.
Guests at the Hotel Cour du Corbeau and other properties can book theme packages, perfect for those looking for a romantic escape, a history tour, Alsatian dining, or a relaxing getaway.