Strasbourg is home to 54 affordable hotel options, such as Hotel Suisse and Hotel Origami. Appartements Paola, Pamela, Patricia Et Pascale is an affordable choice that is directly adjacent to Aubette and offers room rates from 109US$.
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Where to stay in Strasbourg?
Best cheap hotels in Strasbourg
Strasbourg airports & Subway stations
Visitors looking for accommodation near Entzheim airport should consider Appart'City Confort Strasbourg Aeroport, priced 71US$ per night. Hotel Nid De Cigognes near Musee d'Art Moderne Tram metro station is a good choice, conveniently situated in close vicinity of a cathedral and a museum. If you want to stay close to Faubourg National Tram Stop railroad station and have the option to explore surrounding areas by train, think over Ibis Budget Strasbourg Centre Gare, a budget accommodation only a 5-minute walk from the station.
Convenience of staying in hotels downtown
Nature lovers will appreciate being in closer proximity to forests and parks staying at Novotel Strasbourg Centre Halles with rates at 112US$. A well-connected option, also ideal as a base for exploring Strasbourg, is Hotel & Spa Le Bouclier D'Or in the city center. Home to Chateau De Pourtales, Robertsau district is a good base for a 3-star stay.
Consider Mercure Strasbourg Centre, a 4-star hotel within 10 minutes' walking distance of Dans cette maison qu'il habita enfant Gustave Dore fit ses premiers dessins. If you want to stroll around the city of Strasbourg, opt for Hotel D Strasbourg, which is situated in close proximity to Musee Adolf Michaelis.
Luxury and boutique accommodation in Strasbourg
Located 0.9 miles from Prefecture de la region Alsace et du Bas-Rhin, luxury Prefecture de la region Alsace et du Bas-Rhin offers an outdoor swimming pool and a swimming pool. Those wishing to stay in a boutique hotel near Cathedral of Our Lady can choose from Best Western Plus Hotel Villa D'Est and Hannong. If these hotels aren't what you're looking for, try Ibis Strasbourg Centre Halles or Ibis Strasbourg Centre Historique to benefit from reliable service and be close to Musee zoologique.
Explore and find your best apartments, B&Bs and others
If you're visiting Strasbourg with your family, select a cozy apartment in the city center, such as Appartements Le 32. Appartement Mozart offers cozy B&B-style accommodation, complete with hiking, free parking and a free private parking lot. If you're traveling on business and looking for hotels in Strasbourg near the center, consider staying at Le Kleber next to Palace of the Alsace-Lorraine Diet. Citadines Kleber Strasbourg is a popular resort to stay in Strasbourg, it comes with a golf course, a Jacuzzi and billiards as well as views of the city.
City Guide: Discover the best of Strasbourg
STRASBOURG is at the doorstep to a new dimension.
Sitting on the border between France and Germany, Strasbourg has experienced all the merits of its border location from restrained German-style houses to the liberated style of French churches. Strasbourg learned to take the best from both worlds and today it is an upcoming destination at the very top of the UNESCO listing.
On your stay in Strasbourg you will recognize its architectural wealth. Be it a room in cheap hotel in Strasbourg to luxury-appointed room all available at Booked.net. Check out our hotel offers with maps, photos and secure forms at our website.
Strasbourg will throw you a puzzling choice to discern between France and Germany. In fact, Strasbourg is of both as beer there is truly German, while offering the wine tastes of French vineyards. In addition, Strasbourg is regarded as the greatest example of German architecture but...hey, you are still in France, so don't be put off with this.
Strasbourg is a true mix of styles, but was mainly shaped by truly French architects like Jacques Gabriel, Victor Louis and Jacques d'Welles and today the city features more than 50 historic monuments and three famous churches -Saint-André, Saint-Michel, and Saint-Seuri.
Other attractions include;
Le Petite France, a suburbia abundant with cobbled streets and medieval buildings
Palace of Europe, a significant governmental building of the Council of Europe
This architectural wealth transformed Strasbourg into a very tourist-orientated destination with more than 2.5 million visitors coming every year. Packing Strasbourg for its cityscape, tourists usually forget that its appearance is closely related to its past. And this is a keystone to understanding Strasbourg as its essence cannot be captured without its glorious history.
Thus, while strolling the city you will notice that Roman architecture is apparent there. Why? This is a result of the fact that Romans were the first to settle the area. Since then Strasbourg has become a place for civil battles that lasted till the 13th century. After everything calmed down the city saw its heyday and the World’s tallest building in medieval times was built there in 15th century.
In the 16th century Martin Luther developed the city to the world's leading religious and academic center. It remained a stronghold of culture till King Louis XIV made it part of France. Later the Industrial Revolution fueled the city's growth towards modern horizons as well as bringing modern comforts for your stay there. Booked.net can place you in any hotel in Strasbourg you like.