Tips for sleeping in Strasbourg. The best areas to stay and recommended hotels, B&Bs and flats.
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There are very good accommodations in the city of Strasbourg, but at certain times of the year, reservations are almost a must.
Indeed, during the plenary sessions of the European Parliament, on weekends in December and during the Christmas Markets, it is very difficult to find accommodation at the last minute: many hoteliers charge higher rates in connection with these events.
We therefore advise you to book your accommodation well in advance if you wish to visit the city during these periods.
The old historic district of Petite France is certainly the ideal place for a romantic stay: little bridges, canals, half-timbered houses and charming little restaurants. It is certainly the most characteristic district of Strasbourg’s old town, where fishermen, millers and tanners used to live and work, and today boasts charming hotels where, of course, prices tend to rise.
It is the ideal place for those who dream of a romantic stay, with all the main attractions close at hand, suitable for those who like to get around on foot and are not interested in nightlife. Of course, it is also the most touristically exploited district and where prices are also higher for eating and going out at night.
This is also a very touristy area but prices are slightly lower than in Petite France. The Cathedral district is the heart of Strasbourg’s city centre and a great starting point for sightseeing. As it is pedestrianised, however, you will have to leave your car in a pay car park, an extra cost to take into account.
This is the natural continuation of Petite France, but is located slightly off-centre, which brings the price of accommodation down. Equally romantic and well-kept, it is a very good neighbourhood to stay in even if it offers fewer restaurants and places to go out in the evenings, but still very close to the centre.
This area was once criss-crossed by canals and was home to fishermen and boatmen. Today, however, it is a young and lively neighbourhood, frequented mostly by university students, and we recommend it to those who also want to enjoy the nightlife in Strasbourg
Situated between the city centre and the university quarters, it is full of bars, rock-cafes, and bars where you can play billiards there is something for everyone, as well as bowling or darts.
This green and elegant area reflects Strasbourg’s community character: some of the city’s most beautiful villas and major foreign embassies are located here.
The district boasts a vast park, l’‘Orangérie, dating back to the late 17th century, where 138 orange trees were planted, hence its name.
We recommend staying in this area for those wishing to relax in a green and quiet environment and for those spending several days in Strasbourg: you will be able to take many regenerating walks and if you are lucky, even spot storks nesting in the treetops of the park.