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 had a huge family room for two adults and a kid, which had a bathroom and two single beds downstairs and updairs (under the roof) a big king size bed an another single bed. The bathroom was also with a good size and had a bathtub.
The two drawbacks of the room were the door to the elevator room upstairs which was not preventing all noises, you could hear the engine a bit. Additionally, the air conditioning cools the upper part of the room, the lower might still be quite warm as the opening for the stairs is not big enough for a fair exchange of air.
The breakfast was ok, especially for france, but could really need more choices for cheese and sausages, though most of the guests where either german or dutch.
Our daughter loved the small pool in the garden, for adults to swim it is to short or missing a counter current.
Got a very nice and functional room for 2 adults and a teenager - good space and 3 real beds (not sofa bed as the 3rd one).
Staff very committed and friendly.
Breakfast with good quality food and a very nice garden + fine pool area. The pool is not big, but guess often sufficient for the number of rooms/guests.
We were though a bit unlicky: For two of the days the pool area was more or less hijacked by a family with 2 very noisy children (and the parents, placed in the sunbed, also just shouting back to children) - and the pool "filled" with their big beach toys/animals.
Bottom line: High value for money.
Good parking, easy to get to and secure. Hotel is at a good location (next to train station). Could easily walk to train station and take train to Strasbourg. Very friendly staff. I would stay here again.