What We Love
- A stylish stay in the heart of the Alsatian capital, near Palais Rohan, with breakfast includedThe magnificent views over the European Parliament or Strasbourg Cathedral
- Wandering the pretty medieval streets of Strasbourg
- The hearty Alsatian dishes served up at the stylish H! Brasserie
What To Know
- Located just a few stops from central Strasbourg; you can hop the tram at Lycée Kléber, just down the block
- The hotel is pet-friendly—check ahead for any additional fees
- Free WiFi works well
Hilton Strasbourg is a four-star hotel in the French city of Strasbourg, with a contemporary aesthetic and a fantastic location right in the heart of the Alsatian city. Attractions within easy reach include the Palais de la Musique et des Congres, which sits just next door and is the place to go to catch a performance by Strasbourg’s acclaimed orchestra; and the Strasbourg Cathedral, a majestic masterpiece of Gothic architecture.
History buffs should head to the nearby Palais Rohan, the former seat of the House of Rohan and a beautifully preserved castle dating back to the 1700s. Strasbourg is also the seat of the European Parliament, and the city’s cosmopolitan feel can be felt throughout, particularly its fusion of French and German culture. This is reflected at the hotel, where you’ll find hearty Alsatian cuisine in the H! Brasserie.
How to Get There
Took trains from Bern to Strasbourg and wasn't sure how to get to the Hilton by public transportation, so we got a taxi. Congratulations Strasbourg on your excellent taxi service. They are kind, fair and don't try to cheat you that way Munich's taxis do. We got to the HIlton, far enough away to be in a quiet, pretty part of the area and checked into the beautiful hotel. Service is excellent. The room was very pretty and we decided to try the restaurant. We didn't know we needed reservations at the hotel restaurant which has one of the world renowned chef's running it. But they were nice and allowed us to come in and eat. Wow. The food is fantastic there in the hotel. No wonder he has won awards. All of the meals we ate there were great. We walked four or five blocks and bought a ticket from an outdoor kiosk and road the bus and/or train around the city. Now that we figured it out, it is easy to get around. What beautiful sites, Notre Dame, the stores, the other sites, so cute and so less crowded than Paris. Had a wonderful time at this Hilton and took a wonderful taxi cab ride (very reasonably priced) back to the train station when we needed to return to Munich.
Had a great visit to this hotel for a long weekend. Staff were very helpful and went out of their way to offer advise and help. We upgraded to the executive room which gave us access to the lounge, afternoon tea between 3-5 and drinks between 6-8, the selection of drinks was great champagne, wine and all the spirits and some finger food.
The hotel itself is about 30 mins walk from the centre or 5 mins by tram both is simple to do
The check-in was efficient and if you mention that you’d like breakfast the next day, it will cost you €16 pp instead of €25. However, we were given the wrong breakfast times, so we had to swallow our breakfast, which was at best extremely average. We mentioned this upon check-out and our parking was comped (€20).
We had a newly renovated room, however it was only a soft refurbishment with an old bathroom (pipes not good, very noisy) and you can tell the age of the hotel. The highlight of our stay was the bed, which was very comfortable, firm in a good way.
Surroundings area and parking not completed, which gives the hotel a feeling of incompleteness upon arrival. The public spaces are boring and need to be revitalized.
It’s a nice 25-minute walk to the Cathedral. An Uber to the city centre, if you don’t want to walk, is €6.
Good solid choice. Everything is nice and while not in the center of town, it is a very easy five minute tram trip to the old city. Hotel is being renovated but very little impact on guests. Breakfast was quite good as well. The room was cozy and well appointed.c
We stayed two nights, it’s an older hotel and is showing its age, all wood and dark panelling. The first room we were allocated was west facing, air conditioning didn’t work and with the afternoon sun it was like a furnace, Happily we were able to change rooms, but that is not always guaranteed, so if you are staying in summer try and get an east facing room, I have a feeling that the air conditioning system is long overdue for an upgrade. Nice king size bed and spacious room as you would expect from a Hilton. Bedding was good, but towels were old, been through the wash a few times. You can walk into the city, only takes 30 minutes and there are frequent trams to take you downtown.