With a 5 minute walk to Petite France and a 15 minute walk to the Cathedral or train station, the location is perfect and much quieter and less expensive than staying in the centre ville. No car is needed to see the sites in Strasbourg from here. The rooms are pretty basic accommodations, even in the super studio, with only two chairs, a small eating table, a desk, bed and very small kitchenette. No gourmet meals need to be attempted, as Strasbourg has an abundance of incredible places for lunch and dinner. If you want a better selection of groceries than what is available at the nearby supermarkets, are looking for prepared foods from a traiteur, and are not in town on market days, it is worth going to Rue Des Orfevres, near the Cathedral, or Rue D'Austerlitz, where you can find some great traiteurs and patissieries. The lack of WiFi (only cable connections in the room) in the room makes for an interesting competition for the few seats in the lobby during the evening, for those who need to be online. As other reviewers have mentioned, the staff is very professional and it is best to request a room at one of the two top floors to reduce the amount of street noise. You also get a great view of the tiled rooftops of the city.
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