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Adagio Strasbourg Place Kleber

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#43 of 135 hotels in Strasbourg
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Property amenities
Paid public parking nearby
Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
Free internet
Pets Allowed ( Dog / Pet Friendly )
Non-smoking hotel
Dry cleaning
Laundry service
Self-serve laundry
Public wifi
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Non-smoking rooms
Family rooms
Air conditioning
Private balcony
Complimentary toiletries
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Despite the enormous heat the receptionists were very friendly and attentive. All our requests concerning the room were taken into the consideration. The room on the highest floor was nice and spacious. The bathroom was a little bit dark (one of the lamps was broken:)). The air conditioner worked flawlessly. The kitchenette - well equipped. Some pieces of furniture looked a little bit worn out, but it didn’t spoil the whole picture. The location of the hotel is perfect: near the tram stop, not far from the railway station (16 minutes by foot), one can easily walk through the whole old city and there are many restaurants, shopping centres and small shops in the vicinity.
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Excellent location, near to sights and shops and, if you need to go beyond the very walkable town centre, also near to a tram stop. The apartment was lovely: I have lived in less well-appointed places! Reception staff friendly and helpful. While the lift is invaluable with heavy luggage or tired feet, do take the stairs at least once to see the beautiful stairwell. Only reservation: if you have a room at the front, the trams are noisy until late and from early, so earplugs are a good investment.
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It is limited service hotel (apart-hotel) in fantastic location. Apartment has good sized rooms (bedroom+living area) with fully stacked kitchen, good bathroom (with bath tub), comfortable bed. Tram tracks run right in front of the hotel but it did not bother us much. The value is excellent (under 150 euro for 2 nights). Please note this is not a luxury hotel so view this option accordingly.
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I stay at Adagio Strasbourg Place Kleber with my family. The location of hotel is Good near from shopping's, restaurants and metro. but we can't reach easily to the hotel by own car because the metro road located on the front of the hotel, Also, we can't sleep good because the metro working 24 hours (noise). The parking fees is very expensive. we face a problem with the hotel, because the hotel discount (Euro 100) from my VISA Card after we left the hotel, the hotel said : "I discount (Euro 100) because your apartment was dirty..". I can't believe that. I contact with hotel management but I don't receive any reply.
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Response from Sotiris P, Directeur général at Adagio Strasbourg Place Kleber
Responded May 13, 2019
Dear Guest, Thank you for taking the time to tell us about your experience at the Aparthotel Adagio Strasbourg Place Kléber. I am sorry that your experience did not meet your expectations; please allow me to express my sincerest apologies. At Adagio, we strive to provide a superior service experience for every customer; therefore your feedback is very important to us. Concerning your disapointment, you have received an answer from our staff, immediately after your request. For your information, pictures are available on request. We appreciate your sharing your concerns, and it is our hope that you will give us the opportunity to better serve you in the near future. Sincerely,
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I was in Strasbourg for business and was accompanied by wife and our little baby. We stayed at the Adagio Place Klebèr for four nights (Sunday through Thursday). By now, you must have realized that in general, accommodation in Strasbourg pretty much sucks and is overpriced, compared to similar touristy cities. It took me four days to research hotels and I finally settled on Adagio Place Klebèr. Yes, it is expensive but I’m told by locals that within Strasbourg, cheap or affordable, basically means something akin to a closet. Your call. I have stayed in apart hotels in Brussels, Belgium that were dated, dirty, low quality, and, this by far is a clean and good hotel. Here is why I recommend this hotel and give them 4 stars (I reserve 5 stars for super duper exceptional properties). When reading, take note that we used a stroller (baby), walked a lot and did use the tram. You don’t need a car in central Strasbourg: (1). Clean and not dated (2). Location: the hotel is located in central Strasbourg. The tram line and stops is 1 min away from the hotel main entrance. There are tons of shopping - high-end stores, restaurants and supermarket within 2 mins walking proximity. The hotel is secure and only guests can get into the lobby. We did our groceries from Mono prix - turn right from hotel entrance and you won’t miss it. The Place Klebèr, one of the main squares in Strasbourg is located behind the hotel. Starbucks, Galleries Lafayette and shop-till-you drop stores are all located within the proximity of this square. It takes one minute to walk from hotel to the square. The notre dame Strasbourg cathedral is located within 3 min walk from hotel. We walked to petit france, walked to the restaurants - you get the idea, it is a beautiful but small walkable city. Tip: strollers are not allowed inside the cathedral. Tram: I currently live in Europe and I must say Strasbourg, has one of the newest and coolest trams I have seen. Fare is cheap (flat rate) and we used the tram to venture out to the place republic, European Parliament and Park Orangerie. (2). Lobby/reception staff: the guys were excellent. In particular, Giuseppe, was incredible and personable. They smiled a lot and were approachable (with exception of London, a very rare commodity in hospitality industry throughout western Europe), pleasantly greeted us and provided practical tips on where to eat (we checked-in late Sunday evening). They also gave us very good practical advice on Strasbourg which I’m not going to share lest someone else beat me to it. So, I give these guys five staff.’ (3). Parking: this hotel is located in a pedestrian zone. There is a tram line in-front of the hotel. Thus, you can’t drive directly to the hotel and unload your suitcase. Email or call the hotel ahead of time and ask them to provide you with gps address for their recommended parking lot. We wasted half hour driving around and our gps going bonkers before calling the hotel. The distance from parking lot to hotel is 3 min (we had a stroller and a suitcase). Tip: save your parking ticket. During checkout, show your parking ticket and request a voucher. Believe me, it will save you tons of euros. (4). After reading tons of reviews and because I’m a light sleeper, and currently living an apartment directly facing tram line (terrible choice), I requested a very quiet room. Tip: I submitted my request 3 weeks prior to arriving in Strasbourg. Yes, we got a very quiet room. This was an outdoor room located in the beautiful garden and backing into office or business buildings. Thus, there was no noise. The only annoying part is that smokers tend to smoke in the garden but we just locked the door and closed down the windows. We couldn’t see or hear tram or any foot or vehicle traffic. I had to travel to Adagio kleiber to get a fab and chill sleep - nice. See pictures below to help you visualize the garden style room (5). Room size and quality of sleep: I requested a non smoking room. Like most hotels in Europe, the rooms are small but it was alright for four nights. Our bedroom was crammed and baby’s crib was touching the bed but we made do. The sitting area opened into a small dining room. We used the furnished kitchen to prep breakfast. (6). Baby crib: three weeks out, I requested, in writing, a baby crib and it was provided free of charge. (7). WiFi: we resorted to the free WiFi. It wasn’t the fastest but we made do. It is 2019 and for the life of me I can’t fathom why hotels still ask guests to pay for “premium” WiFi. I suppose it’s for suckers. Tips: Adagio place Klebèr is an apart-hotel or short term or long term furnished apartment. It is not a traditional hotel. For example, you can’t call for room service or expect towels to be changed everyday or your room to be cleaned. We have stayed previously stayed in aparthotels and this was the best. Yes, we will come back again and will stay at this hotel.
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