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  • Alsace
  • 20 Jul. 202421 Jul. 2024
    20 Jul.21 Jul.
  • 1 room, 1 adult
  • 1 room, 1 guest

Hotels in Alsace

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Our hotels in Alsace

Between its charming cities and hilly landscapes, Alsace charms visitors all year round. During your next family weekend in Alsace, head out to discover mysterious castles, picturesque villages and medieval ramparts.

Lovers of hiking and fresh air can follow the Route des Crêtes and enjoy breathtaking panoramic views.

You can also explore, very close to your lodging in Alsace, cities with colourful timber-framed houses and a strong sense of identity.

Don’t delay, book your affordable hotel in Alsace today by choosing one of our establishments:

discover our affordable hotels in Strasbourg, our hotels in Mulhouse, our hotels in Colmar and our hotel in Sélestat.

Affordable weekends and stays in Alsace

Discover the region of Alsace during a weekend away with your family, a romantic getaway or a holiday with friends!

The historic quarter of the city of Strasbourg, with its typically Alsatian architecture – timber-framed houses – the “Petite France” neighbourhood is part of the Grande Île de Strasbourg, a UNESCO-listed World Heritage site. During your stay in Strasbourg, make sure to take a stroll through this area, and if it’s the holiday season, discover the magnificent Strasbourg Christmas market. Your children will also love the Planetarium and the amusement park, Europa Park, located just a few kilometres from Strasbourg. Afterwards, why not take a walk to see the city’s European institutions (European Council, European Parliament...)?

Amateur wine lovers can set out to discover the region’s vineyards along the Route des Vins d’Alsace! On the agenda? The history of different grape varieties, visits of wine producers and walks through some of Alsace’s most beautiful villages: Ribeauvillé, Riquewirh and so many others! Food lovers can even enjoy the Route du Chocolat et des Douceurs d'Alsace…Ready for some physical activity to help settle your stomach? The region also offers mountain biking, canoeing and kayaking, rafting, and even parachuting and hot air balloon rides. After exerting yourself, take a well-deserved rest...or do it in the opposite order, for novelty’s sake!

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