This impressive half-timbered building was built in the heart of Strasbourg at the end of the 16th century. Initially a coaching inn, it has welcomed many storied guests over the years, such as the Maréchal de Turenne, Frederick the Great or Voltaire.
In the 19th century, the tavern became a glass factory before resuming its original function. Painstakingly renovated in 2009, it is now a stunning example of Strasbourg's Renaissance architecture and the pride of the city.
Situated in the historic center of the capital of Alsace, this Neo-Baroque hotel is steps from the cathedral and the banks of the River Ill. Timber framing, arcades, stained-glass windows and a turret combine to create an authentic and warm atmosphere.
Set aside from the urban bustle, this history-filled hotel invites you to reflect in total peace and quiet after an engaging tour of the city and its incredible heritage. Give in to relaxation in this iconic prestigious setting.