x The average starting price for a place to stay in Strasbourg is £62 per night.
jscott61 Excellent location and great for budget traveller. Would have been good to have a hair dryer in room. Very clean and lovely and warm as it was a chilly few days outside. I didn't pay for breakfast, so don't know what that was like but there is a great boulangerie 50m away. FREE WIFI in every room makes it a much better place than some of the other cheap places nearby.
r.vollath Good Hostel to stay; located pretty near town center. Receptionists are friendly and willing to help. Room small but ok; clean as well. Big nice lobby
vielmundo Yes, it is a very charming and traditional hotel. Breakfast is served at Euro 9.50 in a very cosy "wine cellar". Nice buffet with lots of variety and with the hot drink you get a serve of three cups. Also, the bar adjacent to reception offers a number of hot and cold drinks at very reasonable prices. Very friendly service too. Free Wi-Fi in your room. Glad I extended my stay by one day. Hartmut Koberle.
Ying Zhao Staying at this hotel was a nice + for my visit to Strasbourg. The hotel is spotlessly clean and the staff exetremely friendly and helpful - they even made a photocopy of the city bus line map and highlighted the stops that correspond to my short trip to Heineken factory! The hotel is located in a lovely residential area. The room is simple but fonctional, and with a small open kitchen. Highly recomend this hotel and will definately come back!!
clarkedeb Easily reached from the train station on foot, and only metres from the Old Town. Clean, neat rooms, excellent reception staff. Only complaint - the walls are a bit thin and if you have inconsiderate neighbours you may need earplugs to keep the TV noise out.
janhansford The staff were more than helpful and their English enabled you to understand how to get to all places you wished to visit. The bathroom could have done with an upgrade but it was comfortable enough for a short stay.
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