Mid-Range hotels in Strasbourg, France
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"Convenient to train station, right price"
Reviewed by a Hotels.com guest on Feb 6, 2013
We enjoyed this hotel very much. We received a very fine internet price for a large family room. It was right across the street from the main train station and convenient to the central sights. The staff was very friendly and helpful. The beds were quite comfortable with springs, unlike many places in Europe. The only drawbacks were the room door handle which was difficult to unlock because it needed fixing, although the staff addressed it as soon as we mentioned it, and the bathroom which was a little bit mildewy. However, those tiny details did not mar a very pleasant stay. We will definitely use this hotel on our next trip to Strasbourg.
"Le 'Must' To Stay in Le Grand Hotel"
Reviewed by a Hotels.com guest on Jan 11, 2013
Le Grand Hotel in Strasbourg is a 'must' to choose when finding a place to stay in lovely Strasbourg. Located just across the central train station or 'gare', it is also close to many cafes, boutiques, shopping stores, historic sites, the Cathedral and the like. One notices that this hotel has an interior that is done in modern style, quite minimalist, nothing stuffy and imposing. Breakfast is wholesome with the usual scrambled eggs, tasty sausages, an array of freshly baked bread, yogurts of various fruity flavors, yummy fruits salad and hot coffee, tea, milk to break the fast from a long night of sleep, following a hectic day of exploring a wonderful city in this side of Alsace. The staffers are goodlooking, friendly and never short of greeting guests, 'Bon Jour'. In that note, 'Au revoir'.
Room was good size, comfortable and quiet as requested. Lots of storage. Food ordered to bring to room was enjoyable. Location was right across from train station so convenient with luggage to transport. Staff helpful in English and there is a computer for use in the lobby.
"Ibis Hotel - a good place to stay"
Reviewed by Jackie W of "South Carolina" on
Jan 24, 2012
The location of this hotel was good. We walked from the train station and it was not a bad walk at all. The breakfast was pricey so we ate elsewhere. The hotel was very nice although the room was small. The surrounding area was ok but it is only a short walk to the train station and the rest of the city. There is a tram stop nearby but Strasbourg is relatively small so we walked everywhere. One negative thing was the internet. You get a code that is supposed to last for 24 hours and then you can go to the front desk and get a new one after that. However, there is also a limit on the amount of memory you can use/upload/download. I'm not sure if that's the right word but this "memory" runs out within a couple of hours with normal internet usage. They allowed us to get multiple codes which helped. We wanted to Skype our family back home in the US for Christmas and the quality of the call was poor due to the internet quality.
"Delivered everything I wanted"
Reviewed by Gary of "San Francisco" on
Jan 20, 2012
The Mercure Strasbourg St Jean was one of three Mercures in Strasbourg. It was somewhat cheaper than the others and a reasonable price. My primary requirement was proximity to the train station since my son and I were traveling through northern Europe on trains. It was very convenient and nicely appointed. The only thing that kept me from giving it a perfect score was the fact that the first morning I went down to the lobby and a crew of workers were there with jackhammers removing the tile floors. The front desk would have been more considerate to warn guests to expect noise and dust but they didn't. But in the name of improving the floor finishes I understand why they were doing it.
The quiet room was very clean and cleanly designed in dark browns and whites; a "man's" style, which would appeal to women as well. The beds were very comfortable. Unlike most hotels we stayed at in other cities, the room had a small water boiler with coffee and tea, a small thing that all hotels should provide for this price but most don't. Wifi worked perfectly with the password they provided. The bathroom was very clean with modern fixtures (hey, I'm an architect so I notice this stuff).
I needed a workout after too much sitting on trains. The hotel didn't have its own gym but gave you a free pass to a health club right across the street which was actually much better than any hotel fitness center. Like almost all hotels these days, it didn't offer complimentary breakfast, unfortunately. But the street had some great bakeries and other simple restaurants.
Strasbourg is a fantastic town that should not be missed. I loved the train station which was recently clad in a glass bubble. The neighborhood was great; very safe and close to the charming old town and the amazing cathedral. Stay at the Mercure and you won't be disappointed.
Reviewed by Michelle Y of "San Francisco, CA" on
Jan 4, 2012
We were unsure what the hotel was going to be like without a star rating and guest reviews but the place looks to be new so the inside was nice, clean and comfortable. The room we had, had a small kichenette which was nice option. The local area was quiet and felt safe. The tram station to the city center was about two blocks away so that was convenient.
The hotel staff was pretty friendly though one of the guys gave us hard time when we paid with a slightly ripped bill for the extra charge for parking (8 Euros/ day) and breakfast (7.50 Euros/ person/ day). Breakfast was typical European breakfast (croissants, bread, jam, yogurt, coffee, juice) Overall, not a bad place to stay for two nights.
"Hotel Diana Dauphine - nice location"
Reviewed by Myra J. of "Chicago IL" on
Oct 15, 2011
A nice hotel in Strasbourg; easy walk to the attractions (cathedral and surrounding area) and restaurants. Room was quite small but comfortable; lift so tiny only one person/one suitcase at a time. Garage nearly impossible unless you're driving a very tiny car -- we parked in nearby city lots, free until 9 am. Staff undermanned but friendly and helpful.