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Hotel Le Grillon

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#83 of 135 hotels in Strasbourg
The hotel is located 3 minutes on foot from the center of Strasbourg, the TGV station, the tram stations, the cars and bicycle rentals. An ideal localisation ! From the TGV station, walk down the rue du Maire Kuss, straight on for 150 meters. Possibilities to stop in front of the hotel, to deposit luggage
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Property amenities
Paid public parking nearby
Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
Bar / lounge
Bicycle rental
Pets Allowed ( Dog / Pet Friendly )
Meeting rooms
Fax / photocopying
Baggage storage
Free internet
Public wifi
Breakfast available
Breakfast buffet
Non-smoking hotel
24-hour front desk
Express check-in / check-out
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Room features
Non-smoking rooms
Soundproof rooms
Air conditioning
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Centrally Located
Languages Spoken
English, French


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100Great for walkers
Grade: 100 out of 100
180Restaurantswithin 0.3 miles
32Attractionswithin 0.3 miles
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This was an overnight stop on route home from a skiing holiday. Chosen due to its central location. Access for unloading was difficult as no area directly outside so had to park further along the street and carry 2 sets of ski's/ helmets and luggage for three. Check in awkward as receptionist didn't appear to understand English well enough, surprising given this is a hotel in a tourist town. We were placed on the top floor but the lift only went to the 4th so were left to trudge all our luggage up what was a very narrow steep flight of stairs to the attic area, only to discover we then had to walk down two corridors, only to find another flight of stairs to get to our room. I hurt my back in the process. Between my partner and I, it took some time to ferry everything in stages, not what one wants when one is tired after a long drive. This delayed us getting to a restaurant in reasonable time to get a table so were left walking around for sometime until we got in to another. Otherwise room was adequate but would not return after this experience. Corridors were dark and gloomy, our room in attic was basic but adequate for a one night stop. If you stay at this hotel and have luggage ask for a lower floor.
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An excellent hotel. My room was small but spotlessly clean; the bed was very comfortable and the wi-fi was excellent. Breakfast was fine: juice, cereals, bread, croissants, cheeses, ham etc. It's maybe a 3 minute walk from the train station and an easy walk to Petite France, the cathedral etc. There's a small bar attached to the hotel. Staff were pleasant and helpful. I would be happy to stay here again.
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Small rooms but clean.A great breakfast and a friendly staff.It's a great stay if you want to go for a short time.The first day that we went to Strasbourg, we really enjoyed the hotel.They helped us with everything that we needed.
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I've been in the hotel three times already. One is smaller, and twice in larger rooms. Let the bathrooms be new, let's not, it's clean. In the room, I do not really have a "power outlet" ... In the large room there was one socket in two places, and in the smaller one in one place one socket .. Rooms are not overly arranged, the hotel has a beautiful garden where you can drink coffee or have breakfast. The location is good, 5 minutes from the train station and 10 minutes to the center. The disadvantage in the room is, for example, glasses of wine, coffee, tea. For one or two nights it's okay.
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I usually stay in hostels, but couldn't find one in Strasbourg. So I decided to spring for a cheap hotel for a few nights. Although this one is quite a bit more expensive than a hostel, it's still really cheap for a hotel (about 55 euros, I think), so I wasn't expecting much in the way of quality. I was completely wrong! First, the location is extremely convenient, right in between the main train station and the historical city centre, easy walking distance from both. Plenty of food options nearby, including a grocery store for people on a budget! The downside is that unlike hostels, hotels don't have kitchens for cooking. However, I just bought some pre-made salads from the grocery store, and the hotel was very nice about lending me a spoon from the restaurant. There is an elevator, great if you have heavy luggage like me! The room was gorgeous with a great big squishy bed. Everything was new and clean and beautiful. There is a thermostat in the room to control your own temperature. The window has sheer and black-out curtains. The only thing I thought was weird was the garbage bin had no bag to keep it clean, so I just used the bin in the bathroom, which *did* have a bag. Lighting in the bathroom is wonderful, with a big window, overhead lighting, and mirror lighting, so it was easy to do my hair and makeup in the morning. There's plenty of shelf/towel rack space in the bathroom for all my stuff. The shower was warm and comfortable. Everything was super clean and bright. The wifi was a bit annoying. There was no password, you just go through a sign-in page. So several times a day, the internet would stop working and I'd have to go back to that sign-in page and wait a few minutes for everything to kick in. Moreover, the internet seems to be based on some kind of proxy or VPN, because my computer kept thinking I was in Germany! And I couldn't access Netflix at all, because Netflix thought I was trying to cheat by using a VPN--but it wasn't my fault! So that was very frustrating. The staff were generally helpful, and spoke English. I received some mail while I was there, and they made sure it got to me. They also helped me make a necessary phone call, since I don't speak French well. The only thing I didn't like is when I went to check out, the two women behind the desk were talking. They said "just a moment" and finished their conversation before helping me! Now I don't speak much French, so maybe it was a matter of some urgency, but their tone and body language suggested they were just chatting, so I suspect they were just being rude. However, that was only one negative experience in an otherwise great stay. Overall, after months of living in hostel dorms, it was lovely to have a few nights of privacy. I felt like I was in the lap of luxury! If only they could set up a normal internet connection, with a password, based in France, everything would have been perfect!
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$76 - $119 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
le grillon hotel, le grillon strasbourg
FranceGrand EstBas-RhinStrasbourg
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