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Where to stay in Strasbourg? Best districts + Hotels

Looking for the best area to stay in Strasbourg?

Follow the guide, we’ve listed and detailed for you the best areas to stay in Strasbourg as well as the best accommodation.

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Here are our 3 favourite places to stay, sorted by price category:

Note: Don’t delay booking as these hotels are among the most booked in Strasbourg.

(€) Hotel Tandem. Cheap hotel in Strasbourg located 5 minutes walk from the picturesque Petite France district and opposite the TGV train station. Book here.

(€€) Life Renaissance. Design apartment hotel close to the Petite France district, the Christmas market and Strasbourg cathedral are 500 metres away. Couples particularly appreciate the location. Book here.

(€€) Hôtel LÉONOR: Ideally located in the centre of Strasbourg, this 4-star hotel offers large, bright rooms ideal for families. This non-smoking hotel is 600 metres from Strasbourg Cathedral. Book here

(€€) ❤️ Life Incity. Magnificent apartment hotel with a modern decor located in the heart of the tourist district of Starsbourg, just a few minutes from Petite France and the Cathedral. Book here.

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La Grande-île: the best district for sleeping and visiting Strasbourg

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If you want to be at the heart of all the attractions during your stay in Strasbourg, then we really recommend sleeping in the attractive Grande-île.

The nerve centre of Strasbourg, Grande-île is home to all the major economic activities. But that’s not all… the district is also home to a number of historic monuments, including the highly distinguished Notre-Dame Cathedral!

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What’s more, Grande-île has some magnificent squares that are great places to stroll with family, friends or loved ones: Place Broglie, Place Kléber, Place du marché Gayot, etc.

Wondering how to spend your days on the sublime Grande-île? Here are 5 things you absolutely must see and do on the Grande-île..

Top 5 things to see and do on the Grande-île

  • Visit Strasbourg’ s sumptuous Notre-Dame Cathedral (Place de la Cathédrale, 67000 Strasbourg, France).
  • Take a romantic stroll around the magnificent Place Kléber
  • Discover Strasbourg’s famous Christmas market (also known as the “Jesus market”) on your way to Place Broglie
  • Stroll through the narrow streets of the district and admire the charming half-timbered houses.
  • Relax with the family around the Place du Marché Gayot

Here are our favourite hotels in the best area to stay in Strasbourg

Note: Don’t delay in booking as these hotels are among the most booked in Strasbourg.

(€) Hotel Tandem. Cheap hotel in Strasbourg located 5 minutes walk from the picturesque Petite France district and opposite the TGV train station. Book here.

(€€) Life Renaissance. Design apartment hotel close to the Petite France district, the Christmas market and Strasbourg cathedral are 500 metres away. Couples particularly appreciate the location. Book here.

(€€) ❤️ Life Incity. Magnificent apartment hotel with a modern decor located in the heart of the tourist district of Starsbourg, just a few minutes from Petite France and the Cathedral. Book here.

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Where to stay with your family in Strasbourg: La Petite France

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La Petite France is by far the perfect district in which to stay in Starsbourg and spend a holiday that’s both soothing and unforgettable. Located next to the River III, Petite France is a blend of gentleness and romance.

Surrounded by half-timbered properties, Petite France used to be the district of Strasbourg’s craftsmen (millers, tanners) and fishermen. Despite the economic boom, the district has retained its authenticity.

With its historic monuments, exquisite alleyways and unique houses, Petite France is one of the few French districts to be listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. So we really recommend that you stay here. Especially as the flats are very affordable and you’re only a short walk from the city centre.

Are you wondering what activities you could do during your stay in this sumptuous district of Strasbourg? Find out in the following lines..

Top 5 things to do and see in Petite France

  • Stroll along the covered bridges, a chance to revisit the history of the Alsatian capital.
  • Take a romantic stroll along the Vauban dam
  • Visit the Strasbourg Historical Museum (2, rue du Vieux Marche aux Poissons, 67000, Strasbourg France).
  • Pay your respects at the Eglise Saint-Thomas de Strasbourg (11 Rue Martin-Luther, 67000, Strasbourg France).
  • Shopping with family or friends at Galeries La Fayette (34 rue du 22 Novembre, 67000, Strasbourg France).

Here are our favourite hotels in the “Petite France” district where to stay in Strasbourg

Note: Don’t delay in booking as these hotels are among the most booked in Strasbourg.

(€) Hotel Tandem. Cheap hotel in Strasbourg located 5 minutes walk from the picturesque Petite France district and opposite the TGV train station. Book here.

(€€) Life Renaissance. Design apartment hotel close to the Petite France district, the Christmas market and Strasbourg cathedral are 500 metres away. Couples particularly appreciate the location. Book here.

(€€) ❤️ Life Incity. Magnificent apartment hotel with a modern decor located in the heart of the tourist district of Starsbourg, just a few minutes from Petite France and the Cathedral. Book here.

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Krutenau: the ideal district for partying in Strasbourg

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If you’re coming to the Alsatian capital to sample the delights of its heady nights, then we really recommend you find accommodation in Krutenau. Just a stone’s throw from Petite France, Krutenau is packed with friendly bars, nightclubs and restaurants.

What’s more, being close to the city’s university, the area is full of young people. This makes it one of the liveliest areas in Strasbourg. It’s simply impossible to get bored in Krutenau.

We really recommend that you stay here if you want to meet some of the best people in Strasbourg. However, accommodation is likely to be more expensive than in Petite France in particular. But this friendly, festive district is well worth the price!

If you’re on the fence about going, here are five things to do that will put all your doubts to rest..

Top 5 things to do and see in Krutenau

  • Visit the Zoological Museum (29 Boulevard de la Victoire, 67000 Strasbourg, France) with your children.
  • Discover the Strasbourg School of Decorative Arts
  • Let your taste buds feast on the succulent and varied gastronomy of the charming restaurants in the district (local, Lebanese, Iberian, Spanish cuisine, etc.).
  • Party the night away in the Krutenau’s bars and nightclubs.
  • Relax around the magnificent Zürcher Fountain (place du Pont-Aux-Chats Strasbourg).

Here are our favourite hotels in the best area to go out in Strasbourg

Note: Don’t delay booking as these hotels are among the most booked in Strasbourg.

(€) Hotel Tandem. Cheap hotel in Strasbourg located 5 minutes walk from the picturesque Petite France district and opposite the TGV train station. Book here.

(€€) Life Renaissance. Design apartment hotel close to the Petite France district, the Christmas market and Strasbourg cathedral are 500 metres away. Couples particularly appreciate the location. Book here.

(€€) ❤️ Life Incity. Magnificent apartment hotel with a modern decor located in the heart of the tourist district of Starsbourg, just a few minutes from Petite France and the Cathedral. Book here.

Sleeping in Strasbourg’s European quarter

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If you love politics or are drawn to the European institutions, then we really suggest you stay in Strasbourg’s European Quarter.

The European Quarter is the perfect place for a business trip to Alsace. Comprising three of the city’s friendly neighbourhoods (the Orangerie, Robertsau and Contades districts), this district is home to some twenty European institutions – no less! So it’s hardly surprising that Strasbourg is considered a ‘European capital’.

Take a stroll around the European Parliament and you’re bound to bump into one of your favourite EU (European Union) ministers. The only downside to this high-standard district is that accommodation is bound to be very expensive.

All the same, it’s a great place to stay on your next trip to Strasbourg. Wondering what you could do or see in the European Quarter? Here are 5 must-do activities..

Top 5 things to do and see in the European Quarter

  • Visit the European institutions: the Parliament (7 Place Adrien Zeller, Allée du Printemps B.P. 1024, 67070 Strasbourg, France), the European Court of Human Rights (Allée des Droits de l’Homme, 67000 Strasbourg, France), the Council of Europe, and many more..
  • Visit the magnificent Parc de l’Orangerie (Avenue de l’Europe, Strasbourg) with your family, friends or partner.
  • Take an evening stroll around the Esplanade européenne.
  • Hiking or cycling in the Robertsau forest
  • Discover the sober, modern buildings of the European Quarter, including the headquarters of the Arte television channel.

Here are our favourite hotels in the European Quarter to stay at in Strasbourg

Note: Don’t delay in booking as these hotels are among the most booked in Strasbourg.

(€) Hotel Tandem. Cheap hotel in Strasbourg located 5 minutes walk from the picturesque Petite France district and opposite the TGV train station. Book here.

(€€) Life Renaissance. Design apartment hotel close to the Petite France district, the Christmas market and Strasbourg cathedral are 500 metres away. Couples particularly appreciate the location. Book here.

(€€) ❤️ Life Incity. Magnificent apartment hotel with a modern decor located in the heart of the tourist district of Starsbourg, just a few minutes from Petite France and the Cathedral. Book here.

The area around Place Kléber: for shopping in Strasbourg

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If you’re planning to come to the Alsatian capital to shop in its many international shops, then we really recommend that you find accommodation in the area between Place Kléber and Notre-Dame Cathedral in Strasbourg.

In fact, you can find flats in the vicinity of these two legendary landmarks. Place Kléber is a great place to relax, but it’s also a great place for shopping. It is surrounded on both sides by brand boutiques, shops and markets.

We really recommend going to the Aubette shopping centre. If you go with the kids, they’re sure to love the trip to Strasbourg. You’ll also be able to take home a charming souvenir of your encounter with the beautiful and authentic city of Strasbourg.

What’s more, there are plenty of other fun things to do in the area! We’ll give you more details below..

Top 5 things to see and do in the Kléber district

  • A family visit to the Palais Rohan (2 Place du Château, 67000 Strasbourg, France).
  • Discover the Museum of Decorative Arts (Palais Rohan)
  • Visit the Museum of Fine Arts (Palais Rohan).
  • Marvel at the beauty of Strasbourg’s Notre-Dame Cathedral
  • Shopping in designer boutiques such as L’Aubette (31 Place Kléber, 67000 Strasbourg, France).

Here are our favourite hotels in Strasbourg’s best shopping district

Note: Don’t delay in booking as these hotels are among the most booked in Strasbourg.

(€) Hotel Tandem. Cheap hotel in Strasbourg located 5 minutes walk from the picturesque Petite France district and opposite the TGV train station. Book here.

(€€) Life Renaissance. Design apartment hotel close to the Petite France district, the Christmas market and Strasbourg cathedral are 500 metres away. Couples particularly appreciate the location. Book here.

(€€) ❤️ Life Incity. Magnificent apartment hotel with a modern decor located in the heart of the tourist district of Starsbourg, just a few minutes from Petite France and the Cathedral. Book here.

Conclusion

As the historic, economic and cultural centre of Alsace, Strasbourg is an ideal destination for a pleasant and memorable holiday. The “European capital” has a number of charming districts where you can drop your luggage during your next stay.

We hope that our top 5 best areas in Strasbourg will help you find the right accommodation for your requirements and your bank account.

Now that you know roughly where to stay in Strasbourg, all you have to do is take off for the magnificent capital of Alsace!

And let us know in the comments if you have any other hotels to recommend. In the meantime, bon voyage!

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