Alsace is a rich cultural land because of its eventful history and its popular, folk and traditional culture, which is still well established. Alsace does not neglect the present with its many museums, theatres and national operas. Discover some of the region's highlights during your stay.



The spiritual centre of Alsace, the Mont Sainte Odile welcomes you in a monastic setting, where you can enjoy an extraordinary panoramic view, discover an exceptional natural and archaeological environment, waymarked paths for ramblers, and find places for reflection and conviviality. And do not miss the Pilgrim’s path, 1 hr 30 on foot from the hotel or 15 min by car by the road.



Second most visited city in the Lower Rhine. Obernai is part of the label "Plus beau détour de France" A detour not to be missed!

The hotel is located less than 5 minutes by car from the historic centre of the city of Obernai, which offers so many attractions that it is the second most visited city in the Lower Rhine after Strasbourg. Its rich medieval past has allowed it to forge a unique identity in Alsace. It is one of the few cities that has managed to keep its former decor with its walls, fortified towers, half-timbered houses and countless picturesque corners.



The most famous and visited fortified castle in Alsace, built at an altitude of nearly 800 m, it offers a unique view of the Alsace plain.



The most typical Villages of Alsace: cobbled streets, half-timbered houses, flowering geraniums, ramparts and narrow streets.



European capital classified as a UNESCO World Heritage Site for its history, lifestyle and gastronomy. Strasbourg is worth a visit!



The most Alsatian of Alsace's cities, Colmar is an exceptional city for the richness and variety of its historical and architectural heritage.

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