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  • Colmar
  • 01/02/202302/02/2023
    01/0202/02
  • 1 room, 1 adult
  • 1 room, 1 guest

B&B HOTELS in Colmar, 4 hotels

Discover out our affordable hotels in Colmar and take in the beauty of a Rhineland city at the heart of the Alsace Wine Route.

From the history-rich centre of Colmar to the Unterlinden Museum, to the city’s rich heritage: all places you can visit to get the inside track on Colmar. Come and visit this city, taste its Grands Crus wines and book your stay in one of our two B&B Hotels in Colmar.

Book your affordable hotel in Colmar

Colmar is often referred to as the ‘most Alsatian of all Alsatian cities’. Its rich architectural and historical heritage certainly makes Colmar one of the most beautiful cities in the Alsace region (now called the Grand Est region)!

Nestled between Germany and Switzerland, the wine capital of Alsace has retained its appeal as a city in the countryside. Book your accommodation in Colmar today!

Where to stay in Colmar

Our best hotels in Colmar

In a location with ideal transport links, our B&B HOTEL Colmar Parc des Expositions is very close to the city’s main tourist attractions.

This establishment offers a wide choice of rooms perfectly equipped for your family and business trips. During your stay, you will enjoy the free and unlimited Wi-Fi connection, air conditioning and a selection of varied channels on a flat-screen TV. Food lovers will appreciate the excellent breakfast (to eat in or take away), served all-you-can-eat in the form of an all-inclusive sweet and savoury buffet.

A little further on, you will find our B&B HOTEL Colmar Lumière. Our establishment is particularly well located in the city, since the old town and train station are only 5.5 km away. Attending a business event or trade fair? The Parc des Expositions in Colmar is only 3 km away. As the hotel is located north of Colmar, you can quickly leave the city to explore the region.
 

Feel like an escape into nature? The Parc des Ballons des Vosges natural regional park is very close to our B&B HOTEL Colmar Ouest Vignobles. To explore the city, Colmar city centre is only 4 km away. You can go for shopping or museums, as you like. And for easy travel links, we are only 6 km from Colmar-Houssen airport, 4 km from the railway station and a few minutes from the A35 motorway. The ideal location to sleep peacefully while waiting for your business or leisure flights. 

If you prefer a beach atmosphere, our B&B HOTEL Colmar Liberté 4 étoiles is made for you! Located in the immediate vicinity of the Colmar Houssen water sports centre, which will allow you to enjoy a fine sandy beach and a body of water to swim in. An Aquapark, paddle or pedalo hire, sandy trail: this is the place to be for family fun. In addition, our establishment welcomes you 24 hours a day. 7 days a week!

Do you want to park your vehicle easily? Our hotels in Colmar have free and secure parking. You can also stay at our hotel with your pet. Pets are welcome, at an additional cost of 4 euros per night.

Don't hesitate any longer and book your hotel in Colmar today. For budget accommodation during your stays in Alsace, choose B&B HOTELS for unbeatable value for money

Discover Colmar

A document dating back to the year 823 mentions Colmar, but it is not until the early 13th century that it really achieves city status. Several religious communities settled there. Colmar joined the Décapole, an alliance of ten imperial cities in Alsace which protected their interests. 

Later, Louis XVI, who wished to extend his power over Alsace, would set up a Sovereign Council of Alsace. Colbert de Croissy was appointed first president of this council, responsible for claiming the rights of the Sun King. Colmar finally became a royal city in 1679.

Having prospered in a big way in the 15th and 16th centuries, the city went through serious upheavals following the Thirty-Years’ War.

Colmar lay in ruins and became a protectorate of Sweden, then of France. Ceded to Germany after the War of 1870, Colmar became French once more in 1918, then had a brief German phase during the Second World War. 

Visit Colmar old town

Are you looking for ideas for walks in Colmar? Stroll through the old town centre, gaze at the half-timbered housesand narrow cobblestoned streets (most of which are fully pedestrianised), then walk along the Quai de la Poissonnerie... 

Collégiale Saint-Martin, Eglise des Dominicains, Maison Adolph, Maison Huselin zum Swan, Koïfhus... The city is brimming with real architectural gems, which reflect the splendour of Colmar in the Middle Ages. You’ll also admire the beauty of the Maison Pfister and the Maison des Têtes, decorated with 111 grotesques heads, two superb relics of the Renaissance period. As for museums, Colmar is home to the Musée Unterlinden, where the famous Issenheim altarpiece is on display. It is the ideal destination for family holidays full of culture! 

Don't miss the ‘Little Venice’district, a picturesque place in Colmar, south of the historic centre. You will appreciate life in this unique place, organized around the canals of the Lauch, the river that crosses the city. From the bridge on rue de Turenne, you will have a breathtaking view of this typical place in Colmar. This is the place to visit during a romantic weekend. 

From the Chamber Music Festival in May, to the ColmarInternational Festival of Classical Music in July, the not-to-be-missed Foire aux Vins in August, the Festival de Jazz in September and the Colmar Comedy Festival in October, the city hosts a multitude of events throughout the year. These are popular happenings that are so many attractions to discover throughout the year.

Discover Colmar and its surroundings

Nature lovers will go for a walk in the Parc du Château d'eau, which has a magnificent rose garden, and plan a trip to one of the surrounding forests. Indeed, you’ll find, nearby, the alluvial forest of the Niederwald and the forests of Neuland and Fronholz.

Just one hour from Colmar, take the time to go to Strasbourg, capital of the region, famous for its Christmas market. Not far from there, the city of Mulhouse will also be easily accessible. 

Discover the vineyards and great wines of the region by visiting the cellars of wine estates in Colmar and its surroundings. The city indeed has its own wine route through the surrounding villages of Kaysersberg, Riquewihr or Eguisheim. The Alsatian gastronomic heritage is rich: you will enjoy delicious à la carte dishes in the restaurant during your stay. 

In terms of activities, Colmar is not to be outdone ,with its swimming pool, water-sports stadium, ice rink and mountain paths perfect for hiking and mountain biking.

Are you looking for accommodation for your holidays in Alsace? Take the time to visit Colmar, soak up the celebratory atmosphere, and book an affordable hotel in Colmar!