A selection of the best hotels in Strasbourg (France) in locations close to the Cathedral Notre-Dame and Petite France area.
The very first Sofitel in the world! Banque Paribas opened the first Sofitel in Strasbourg on 26 June 1964, the Sofitel Strasbourg Grande Île, which was the first 5-star hotel in the city.
The best views over the river Ill and the traditional Alsatian timber-framed houses of Petite France district. The Spa includes an outdoor whirlpool bath with an amazing view.
One of the oldest hotels in Europe as well being one of the finest examples of Renaissance architecture. La Cour du Corbeay welcomed a number of famous travellers including the Duke of Bavaria in 1570, the Swedish general Gustav Horn in 1632 and Marshal Turenne in 1647, to name but a few.
In 2010, the Bouclier d’Or was acquired by an Alsacian family – The Jung – with a passion for history who put in all their energy and enthusiasm to renovate this building and restore it to its former splendour. A tastefully renovated Bourgeois-style Mansion located in the heart of the Petite France.
A magical and secret place, built in the middle of the 18th century, sheltered in the former National Stud Farm, classified as a historical monument since 1922.