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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
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A modern, stylish stay in the heart of postcard-perfect Strasbourg, perfect for business or pleasure

The Lowdown

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

Hilton Strasbourg
1 avenue Herrenschmidt
Strasbourg, 67000 France


Great stay

We had a fantastic stay. The hotel, not being new, is well maintained and clean. The room was comfortable and noise free. All the staff that we meet, were very pleasant and addressed us on a professional manner. The breakfast was excellent, the quality of the bakery selection was as we looked forward in France... Thank you.

Decent hotel with good size room

We stayed here with friends and colleagues for 2 nights last weekend.
I had a room on the second floor (203). Room itselfs was of a good size, some parts a little bit outdated (like the carpeting and a few minor things in the bathroom). Don't know if these rooms still have to get an update with a bit modern more style.
Bed was on the other hand very comfortable. Bathroom all in all was still good, clean and also of a good size.
Hotel is located a bit outside the city center, but with the tram you can get easy in the city center. Staff was friendly all way round.
Breakfast was good with enough to choose from.
Bar was ok, but prices for all types of drinks were a bit too steep for my taste! They should look at that IMO.


The hotel is resting on its laurels and full with tour groups and/or “one night only” businessmen to the nearby convention center.

As a diamond member I was upgraded to an executive room - which is “refurbished” but not completely as the old tables and bathrooms still very much ensure the 1980’s feel is kept.

The 7th floor executive club lounge was closed and upon arrival nothing was mentioned on this. No welcome drink apart from two bottles of water in the room.

Despite the DND sign maid service started knocking on my door to “check if I was gone already” at 09:55 and again at 12:01.

Breakfast closes promptly at 10:00 and is handled in a “sorry we are finished” kind of way - so that’s that when arriving shortly after (and wrongly assuming weekend breakfasts are available later).

Entrance from the parking is via a stairway, then through the bar, which is met with a lot of eye rolling, sighs by guest and staff alike: of course you can also walk halfway around the building - but there aren’t doorman to help you with anything there either so what’s the point?

I’d rather stay in a local place next time where the grumpy mother of the owner at leasts pretends she is happy to to see me - since that means she can go home now.