Strasbourg

Eclectic, culturally open and advantageously located, Strasbourg is ideal as the European capital. The lifestyle of the Strasbourgeois is legendary: between the pleasures of food and ecology, the city also offers a historical centre on a human scale, to visit on foot or by bike. At the crossroads between France and Germany, Strasbourg blends cultural and architectural influences from both countries. The most emblematic monument of the city is, in the eyes of its inhabitants and visitors, no doubt the Notre-Dame Cathedral, which took four hundred years to achieve its majesty. As you walk the streets, discover the half-timbered jewel of Kammerzell House, the Rohan Palace which houses the Museum of Decorative Arts, the Museum of Archaeology and the Museum of Fine Arts. The canals of Petite France, the city’s most famous quarter extend to the Ill river and Strasbourg might be seen as the Venice of the East with its old homes along the water. More modern but just as arresting, the European Parliament displays its gleaming steel and glass façade on the edge of the water. Do not leave the city without tasting a tarte flambée. Strasbourg is a European city which has managed to preserve its picturesque charm. A walk through the city is a must. The Novotel Hotel in the centre of Strasbourg welcomes you to the heart of all that the city has to offer.


Our hotels in Strasbourg

3-4 star hotels

0.36 k.m from the city centre

Unwind in our comfortable rooms affording views of the city center. The hotel boasts an ideal location close to the historical Petite France district ...

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The hotel’s classification (1 to 5 stars in France) meets the criteria set by the local authorities.

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