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Discovering Alsace region
Alsace is a land that is rich in both culture and cuisine, with plenty of treats to delight your taste buds! Visit Strasbourg or Mulhouse for a pleasant change of scene and get to know the local culture and customs. Make the most of our hotel residences in Alsace at discount prices; leave your luggage in a comfortable, beautifully furnished apartment with plentiful services, such as laundry, a spa relaxation space and even a generous breakfast. Book online now and take advantage of our latest offers!
Beautifully furnished aparthotels in the département of Haut-Rhin
For a successful holiday, try starting your visit to Haut-Rhin with a backdrop of the Vosges Mountains. Scramble up the Hartmannswillerkopf, the rocky mountain spur that was a key location in the First World War. For a more gentle day out in a magical world, head to the Little Prince Park in Ungersheim. Its poetic, ethereal attractions will delight both young and old. Book an apartment in an aparthotel in Mulhouse and visit the Cité de l’Automobile or the Kunsthalle to take in some contemporary art. The town of Colmar invites you to its traditional town centre for an authentic Christmas celebration, with its sumptuously decorated, lively market. You could even visit the Toy Museum, home to over 1,500 toys. Don't forget to try some of the local wine (in moderation, of course) on a journey along the Alsace wine route. Make sure you taste the local dishes on the way, such as bloetwurst, presskopf and baeckoffe. We will leave you to fall in love with the region's delicacies!
Hotel residences in the département of Bas-Rhin
So here you are in Bas-Rhin! First, head to the Château du Haut-Kœnigsbourg for a breathtaking view over the valleys and nine centuries of history, during which this castle dominated the area with its power and defensive architecture. Nearby, at the Montagne des Singes (Monkey Mountain) Park, you can meet the Barbary macaque monkeys that roam freely in a vast forest. Then, head to your aparthotel in Strasbourg and explore the incredible Notre-Dame de Strasbourg Cathedral, with its stunning Gothic architecture. It houses an astronomical clock that is not to be missed. Towards the end of the year, the city puts on its festive gear in honour of its reputation as the Christmas Capital, with around 300 stalls in ten locations around the city. In the summer, wander through the city in a pedicab, so that you can see all the city-centre sights without getting tired. Military architecture fans must stop off at the Fort de Mutzig. This fort was built by the Germans and is part of the European Fortification Route.