Really nice hotel in a nice area. Very clean and large room and bathroom. Staff very helpful and friendly (and speak perfect english!). Good location with tram links and supermarket opposite. Would highly recommend.
Fine hotel for a stayover not far from the center. The hotel looks tired and in need of renovation, but the room was clean. The bathroom is a little moldy and the shower curtain needs replacement. I think for the price we paid we couldn't expect more. Private parking is a plus. The man at the reception was really nice and gave us useful information to get to the city center by tram and things to see. The hotel is in a residential area and you need to either drive or take public transport to the city, otherwise it's a bit far.
I've been there with my GF in December for a weekend. We ended up paying 199 euros for 2 nights (including the city tax and the breakfast for one day). This is quite expensive considering the fact that the hotel is not located in Strasbourg, though I have to mention that the location is close to public transportation and, by car, there are 15 to 20 minutes to the center of the city depending on traffic.
Personally I didn't liked the bathroom, especially the shower cabin which was too small and not very clean (the curtain was dirty). There was no proper quilt and the blanket that we were suppose to use was very low quality and very used.
The breakfast was poor (not too much variety - just some ham, jambon ,2 types of cheese, butter, jam and croissant) .
The staff was ok and helpful.
We had free wifi and free parking.
The view from the room was nice.
Overall is a nice&cozy place which needs some improvements/modernization.
This was a two-star hotel and very modestly priced, so we didn't come with enormously high expectations. First impressions were disappointing: an impersonal greeting from the lady at reception - not unfriendly, but certainly not friendly either. A smile, a pleasant greeting, cost nothing! Then, going up the stairs to our room there was a musty, dank smell.
After that, things improved. It was just a short drive into the centre of Strasbourg, the hotel was in a peaceful suburb, the bathroom and bedroom were spacious (but the wardrobe very tiny). Everything was clean, the room quiet, the bed comfortable. In the morning my opinion of the hotel shot up: a genuine, friendly greeting from the man in charge of breakfast, an equally friendly "bonjour" from a female member of staff who just happened to be passing through the dining room. Pleasant dining room with plenty of space between the tables. Very nice breakfast. When leaving, I brought the cases out to the car while my partner checked out. He, too, was so impressed by the manner and manners of the guy on duty that morning.
Final impression: this establishment deserves three stars.
This hotel is a bit out of town but is 10 minutes walk to the Baggarsee tram station, making it an overall 30 minute trip into the heart of the city.
Our room, on the top floor was ok, but our friends rooms were small, dark, and a bit claustrophobic. Some of the maintenance was lacking, but this well made up for by the very helpful owner/manager. He posted postcards, helped us with a difficult forward booking, and was generally kind to us.
Breakfast was good.
Our room looked out on the canal which was pleasant but there was quite a lot of road noise.