Les Jardins d’Adalric
What We Love
- One for wine lovers; a serene stay in Alsace, with breakfast, a wine cellar visit and wine tastingExploring the plethora of eating options on offer in Obernai, many boasting a Michelin star
- Kicking back on a lounger by the pool for the morning before an afternoon exploring
- Making a day trip to Strasbourg – the European capital
What To Know
- This cozy hotel is set in France's northeastern wine region
- It's a 15-minute walk to the town center
- Free WiFi
Discover France’s northeastern wine region, with a scenic stay at the foot of Mont Sainte-Odile. Les Jardins d’Adalric Hotel offers contemporary comforts just a stone’s throw from the traditional commune of Obernai. With its own parklands and pool, and an attractive Kota grill thrown in for good measure (that’s a Nordic-inspired barbecue chalet to you and me) you won’t find a better base to get a true taste of the region.
And taste the region you will, with a dedicated wine cellar visit and wine tasting session. Relax over a Riesling or sit back and sample a Sylvaner, before picking between Pinots; all are popularly grown in the area. Les Jardins d’Adalric Hotel is just a 15-minute walk from Obernai’s centre, so after a day of degustation you’ve your pick of the town’s traditional restaurants to enjoy, many of which twinkle with a Michelin star.
How to Get There
We have used this hotel a few times now and always found it to be the perfect stopover on our way down to Italy,
Nice secure car Parking ✅
Lovely clean rooms ✅
Helpful and attentive staff ✅
Short nice evening walk into Obernai ✅
Overall ticks all the boxes we need from a hotel on our road trip
We will definitely be staying again
We have used the Hotel Les Jardins for two years as our overnight stop on our way to Switzerland & Austria. The staff are very friendly and helpful. (Especially Kahdija). Breakfast is quite adequate (and best taken on the terrace by the pool). The rooms are comfortable and clean. The hotel is only a few miles from the motorway and close to the town.
Unfortunately, they have no restaurant and so it is advisable to either use the motorway services or a walk into the town.
I have been here 2 nights for work. The rooms are dark and not so big. The hotel is 2 km from the centre. I spent 120€ per night without breakfast...not so cheap. There is a big parking. In the evening you need a code to open the external door and the code changes every day...but nobody informed me!
The hotel is easy to find and is just outside Obernai. It has free parking and is in a quiet location. Rooms were basic but adequate and personnel was helpful. We walked to the old town in 15 mins and had a great meal. The town is very pretty.
The hotel is beautiful outside (garden and pool area) but very basic inside. The rooms clearly need an update - an old and bit disgusting carpet, a plastic sink in the bathroom, only one badly placed plug to charge mobile phones (in the hall) just to mention a few things.