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Parc Hôtel3 Star Hotel


39, Rue Du Général De Gaulle, 67710 Wangenbourg

Guest review score

8.3 from 6 reviews

Parc Hôtel also boasts large living rooms with beautiful woodwork in which to enjoy a relaxing moment or play billiards among friends, The latest addition to Strasbourg's museums is the controversial Musée d'Art Moderne et Contemporain, which is Tues, Wed & Fri–Sun 11am–7pm, Thurs noon–10pm; €4.50,, 1 place Hans-Jean Arp, housed in a mega-budget, purpose-built, glass-fronted building overlooking the river and Vauban's dam. It's a light and airy space and its collection is well presented, making up for its shortcomings by acknowledging the importance of some lesser-known artists. The ground floor confronts the themes, challenges and roots of modern European art from the late nineteenth century through to the 1950s, by way of the Impressionists, Symbolists, a good section on Surrealism, with plenty of folkloric, mystical paintings by Brauner, and of course a room devoted to the voluptuous curves sculpted by Strasbourg's own Arp. The chronology continues upstairs with conceptual art and Arte Povera, and finishes up with stripy creations by Daniel Buren and video art by Bill Viola. The temporary exhibitions – devoted to the likes of Kandinsky and Picasso – have been reliably good. Ideally located near the Alsacian Wine Route, highly valued, 35 minutes from Strasbourg, Parc Hotel is an elegant 3-star hotel set in a lush botanical garden, Right next to the cathedral, place du Château is enclosed to the east and south by the Lycée Fustel and the imposing Palais Rohan, both eighteenth-century buildings, the latter designed for the immensely powerful Rohan family, who, for several generations in a row, cornered the market in cardinals' hats. There are three museums in the Palais Rohan itself, which is Mon & Wed–Sun 10am–6pm; closed public hols; €6 for all three, : the Musée des Arts Décoratifs, Musée des Beaux-Arts, with a decent collection of European paintings from Giotto to the 19th century, and the rather specialist Musée Archéologique. Of the three collections, the Arts Décoratifs stands out with its eighteenth-century faïence tiles crafted in the city by Paul Hannong. The rooms of the palace are vast, opulent and ostentatious but not especially interesting. Choose among elegant and modern rooms, and above all, some with a balcony or a soothing view of the garden or the valley, Next door, in the mansion lived in by the cathedral architects, the excellent Musée de l'Oeuvre Notre-Dame, which is Tues–Sun 10am–6pm; €3, houses the original sculptures from the cathedral exterior, damaged in the Revolution and replaced today by copies; both sets are worth seeing. Other treasures here include glass from the city's original Romanesque cathedral; the eleventh-century Wissembourg Christ, said to be the oldest representation of a human figure in stained glass; and the architect's original parchment drawings for the statuary, done in fascinating detail down to the expressions on each figure's face. End the day with a tasty dinner prepared with fresh ingredients by a team of dedicated cooks, Today old animosities have been submerged in the togetherness of the European Union, with Strasbourg the seat of the Council of Europe, the European Court of Human Rights and the European Parliament. Prosperous, beautiful and easy to get around, with an orderliness that is Germanic rather than Latin, the city is big enough – with a population of over a quarter of a million people – to have a metropolitan air without being overwhelming. It has one of the loveliest cathedrals in France and one of the oldest and most active universities: this is the one city in eastern France that is definitely worth a detour. Take a refreshing dip in Parc Hôtel's indoor swimming pool and challenge your friends on the tennis court, STRASBOURG owes both its name – "the City of the Roads" in German – and its wealth to its position on the west bank of the Rhine, long one of the great natural transport arteries of Europe. If you want to sleep in a Strasbourg hotel, have a look at this site. Self-styled "le Carrefour de l'Europe", which is "Europe's Crossroads",, it certainly lies at the very heart of western Europe, closer to Frankfurt, Zurich and even Milan than to Paris. The city's medieval commercial pre-eminence was damaged by too close an involvement in the religious struggles of the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries, but recovered with the absorption into France in 1681. Along with the rest of Alsace, Strasbourg was annexed by Germany from 1871 to the end of World War I and again from 1940 to 1944. Relax in the sauna, From here, it's a short walk upstream to the Pont St-Martin, which marks the beginning of the district known as La Petite France, where the city's millers, tanners and fishermen used to live. At the far end of a series of canals are the so-called Ponts Couverts, which is they are in fact no longer covered,, built as part of the fourteenth-century city fortifications and still punctuated by watchtowers. Just beyond is a dam built by Vauban, which is daily 9am–7.30pm; mid-March to mid-Oct till 8pm; free, to protect the city from waterborne assault. The whole area is picture-postcard pretty, with winding streets – most notably rue du Bain-aux-Plantes – bordered by sixteenth- and seventeenth-century houses adorned with flowers and elaborately carved woodwork. The Parc Hotel is ideal for a relaxing holiday or as a starting point for trips and popular hiking paths, Visible throughout the city is the magnificent filigree spire of the pink sandstone cathedral that dominates not just the city but much of Alsace, though its silhouette is currently deformed by scaffolding likely to be in place for some time due to restoration work. To the immediate south of this building are the best of the museums, to the north, unappealing place Kléber at the heart of the commercial district, and, to the west, more intimate place Gutenberg, nominally the main square. About a fifteen-minute walk west on the tip of the island is picturesque La Petite France, where timber-framed houses and gently flowing canals hark back to the city's medieval. The Parc's team will also be proud to give you the chance to taste some of the best local wines, The area east of the cathedral is good for a stroll, too, where rue des Frères leads to place St-Étienne. Place du Marché-Gayot, off rue des Frères behind the cathedral, is very lively, almost southern in feel, with a row of trendy studenty cafés on the north side and a mixed bunch of eateries opposite. From the north side of the cathedral, rue du Dôme leads to the eighteenth-century place Broglie, with the Hôtel de Ville, the bijou Opera House and some imposing eighteenth-century mansions. It was at 4 place Broglie in 1792 that Rouget de l'Isle first sang what later became known as the Marseillaise for the mayor of Strasbourg, who had challenged him to compose a rousing song for the troops of the army of the Rhine., An agreeable base for exploring this area is the village of LEMBACH, where the homely and unpretentious Hôtel au Heimbach, 15 rue de Wissembourg, which is tel, fax; €40–55,, is a pleasant place to stay. Directly opposite, the Auberge du Cheval Blanc, which is tel, fax; closed Mon & Tues Feb & July; menu at €30, On the south side of the Pont du Corbeau, the medieval Impasse du Corbeau still looks much as it must have done in the fourteenth century. Downstream, the quai des Bateliers was part of the old business quarter, and the streets leading off it – rue Ste-Madeleine, rue de la Krutenau and rue de Zurich – are still worth a wander. Two bridges upstream, the Pont St-Thomas leads to the church of St-Thomas, which is Jan & Feb Sat & Sun 2–5pm; March & Nov–Dec daily 10am–noon & 2–5pm; April–Oct daily 10am–noon & 2–6pm; closed Sun morning for services; tel,, with a Romanesque facade and Gothic towers. Since 1549 it has been the city's principal Protestant church. Strasbourg was a bastion of the Reformation, and one of its leaders, Martin Bucer, preached in this church. The amazing piece of sculpture behind the altar is Jean-Baptiste Pigalle's tomb of the Maréchal de Saxe, a very capable French military commander active against the Duke of Cumberland in the campaigns of the War of the Austrian Succession in the middle of the eighteenth century., It isn't difficult to find your way around Strasbourg on foot, as the city centre is concentrated on a small island encircled by the River Ill and an old canal – moreover it's totally flat. The tourist office can provide a map, which is €0.50 for the one with all the museums and sights marked on it; free otherwise,, but be warned that several of the street names are not marked – on the other hand, there are far worse cities to get lost in., Scattered among the wooded hills to the west of Wissembourg are a host of ruined castles that once stood guard over the frontier with Germany, and the winding D3 and its smaller tributaries, which cross the now untenanted frontier, take you close to most of them. The ruins of the Château du Fleckenstein, which is daily: mid-March to April & Nov 1–15 10am–5pm; May–Oct 10am–6pm; €2.60 in the summer and at weekends, otherwise €2,, 7km north of Lembach, are perhaps the most spectacular, rising above the forest on a narrow sandstone outcrop, just a stone's throw from the German border. Six kilometres further on at Obersteinbach, the Maison des Châteaux-Forts, at 42 rue Principal, which is March–Oct Wed 2–5pm, Sat & Sun 3–6pm; call in advance because opening hours are susceptible to change; tel; €1.60,, is an information centre, with displays and maps on the other castles in the area. A rather more modern fortress, just outside Lembach, is the Four à Chaux, part of the Maginot Line, which is guided tours: mid-March to June & Sept to mid-Nov 10am, 2pm & 3pm; July & Aug 10am, 11am & hourly 2–5pm; tel; €4, .

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General hotel policies*

* policies applicable to particular rates/rooms prevail over general hotel policies

Check-in & check-out, currency

Check-in:   from 15:00   to 22:00
Check-out:   to 12:00
Currency: EUR

Cancellation Policy

If cancelled up to 2 days before date of arrival, no fee will be charged.
If cancelled later, the first night will be charged.
In case of no-show, the total price of the reservation will be charged.

Deposit Policy

No deposit will be charged.

Meal Plan

Buffet breakfast costs EUR 10 per person per night.
Breakfast costs EUR 10 per person per night.

Children and Extra Bed Policy

All children are welcome.
All children under 2 years stay free of charge when using existing bedding.
All children under 2 years are charged EUR 10 per night per person for cots.
All older children or adults are charged EUR 15 per night per person for extra beds.
Maximum capacity of extra beds/babycots in a room is 1.


Please carefully read policies & conditions for charges

Parc Hôtel is a 3 star hotel featuring 22 rooms in total


  • Meeting/Banquet Facilities
  • Laundry
  • Breakfast in the Room
  • Internet Services
  • Packed Lunches
  • Fax/Photocopying
  • Wi-Fi/Wireless LAN


  • Parking
  • Restaurant
  • Bar
  • Newspapers
  • Garden
  • Terrace
  • Non-Smoking Rooms
  • Family Rooms
  • Free Parking
  • Elevator
  • Safety Deposit Box
  • Heating
  • Luggage Storage
  • Gay Friendly
  • Breakfast Buffet
  • Restaurant (à la carte)
  • Restaurant (buffet)


  • Tennis Court
  • Sauna
  • Games Room
  • Massage
  • Children's Playground
  • Billiards
  • Table Tennis
  • Library
  • Hiking
  • Cycling
  • Indoor Swimming Pool
  • Indoor Swimming Pool (all year)
  • Indoor Swimming Pool (seasonal)


Free private parking is possible on site (reservation is not needed).


Wireless Internet Hotspot is available in the hotel rooms and is free of charge.


Pets are not allowed.

Area & travel information


39, Rue Du Général De Gaulle
67710 Wangenbourg


Places nearby...

Wangenbourg : 0.9 km
Engenthal : 1.4 km
Table d'Orient Schneeberg : 3.2 km
Le Schneeberg : 3.2 km
Schneeberg : 3.2 km
Forêt de Haslach : 4.4 km
Forêt Domaniale de Haslach : 4.4 km
Hengwiller : 5.2 km
Birkenwald : 5.8 km
Dabo : 6.4 km
Salenthal : 6.5 km
Dimbsthal : 6.5 km
Cosswiller : 6.8 km
Reinhardsmunster : 6.8 km
Singrist : 7.3 km
Allenwiller : 7.3 km
Forêt Domaniale d' Abreschwiller : 8.1 km
Forêt d' Abreschviller : 8.1 km
Oberhaslach : 8.3 km
Romansviller : 8.5 km
Romanswiller : 8.5 km
Niederhaslach : 8.6 km
Forêt Domaniale de Saverne : 8.7 km
Marmoutier : 8.7 km
Baerenbach : 8.8 km
Thal-Marmoutier : 9.1 km
Thal : 9.1 km
Thal-les-Marmoutier : 9.1 km
Couvent de Reinacker : 9.3 km
Westhoffen : 9.5 km
Reutenbourg : 9.5 km
Bois de Lutzelhouse : 9.8 km
Forêt Domaniale de Lutzelhouse : 9.8 km
Wasselonne : 10.4 km
Still : 10.5 km
Haselbourg : 10.5 km
Hazelbourg : 10.5 km
Haegen : 10.6 km
Barr : 10.9 km
Le Bas Barr : 10.9 km
Hultehouse : 10.9 km
Bergbieten : 11.1 km
Flexbourg : 11.1 km
Gottenhouse : 11.3 km
Zehnacker : 11.5 km
Hommert : 11.5 km
Harreberg : 11.6 km
Wangen : 11.6 km
Lochwiller : 11.7 km
Otterswiller : 11.8 km
Muhlbach : 11.8 km
Traenheim : 11.9 km
Garrebourg : 11.9 km
Urmatt : 11.9 km
Lutzelhouse : 12 km
Heiligenberg : 12 km
Vallée d' Abreschviller : 12 km
Walscheid : 12.1 km
Netzenbach : 12.2 km
Haut Rognol : 12.2 km
Kleingoeft : 12.4 km
Westhouse : 12.4 km
Saverne : 13 km
Scharrachbergheim : 13.1 km
Odratzheim : 13.1 km
Lutzelbourg : 13.1 km
Schwenheim : 13.1 km
Schweinheim : 13.1 km
Dangolsheim : 13.2 km
Knoersheim : 13.4 km
Wolschheim : 13.5 km
Gresswiller : 13.5 km
Dinsheim : 13.5 km
Rehthal : 13.6 km
Irmstett : 13.6 km
Dannelbourg : 13.6 km
Grendelbruch : 13.7 km
Vallée de Saint-Quirin : 13.7 km
Rangen : 13.7 km
Zeinheim : 13.7 km
Hohengoeft : 13.7 km
Molsheim : 13.8 km
Schwartzbach : 13.8 km
Furchhausen : 13.9 km
Saint-Louis : 14 km
Wisches : 14 km
Kirchheim : 14.1 km
Marlenheim : 14.1 km
Henridorff : 14.1 km
Henridorf : 14.1 km
Soultz : 14.3 km
Hersbach : 14.4 km
Russ : 14.4 km
Maennolsheim : 14.4 km
Otterstahl : 14.5 km
Ottersthal : 14.5 km
Valleryshal : 14.6 km
Vallerysthal : 14.6 km
Vallerysthal-Trois-Fontaines : 14.6 km
Wallerysthal : 14.6 km
Laubenheim : 14.7 km
Meyerhof : 14.7 km
Mollkirch : 14.7 km
Guntzviller : 14.8 km
Arzchwiller : 14.8 km
Arzviller : 14.8 km
Arzwiller : 14.8 km
Arzchviller : 14.8 km
Biberkirch : 15 km
Trois-Fontaines : 15 km
Monswiller : 15.2 km
Mutzig : 15.3 km
Nordheim : 15.3 km
Waldolwisheim : 15.4 km
Wolxheim : 15.4 km
Friedolsheim : 15.4 km
Abreschwiller : 15.5 km
Abreschviller : 15.5 km
Wintzenheim : 15.6 km
Landersheim : 15.6 km
Woellenheim : 15.6 km
Altenheim : 15.6 km
La Faisanderie : 15.7 km
Maison Forestière de la Faisanderie : 15.7 km
Plaine-de-Valsch : 15.7 km
Plaine : 15.7 km
Donon : 15.8 km
Le Donon : 15.8 km
Dahlenheim : 15.9 km
Willgottheim : 16 km
Danne : 16.1 km
Avolsheim : 16.2 km
Molsheim : 16.2 km
Dorlisheim : 16.2 km
Ruisseau Bras d'Altdorf : 16.2 km
Bras de la Bruche : 16.2 km
Waltembourg : 16.3 km
Eckartswiller : 16.3 km
Phalsbourg : 16.4 km
Barembach : 16.5 km
Ergersheim : 16.5 km
Fessenheim : 16.5 km
Saint-Jean : 16.6 km
Kuttolsheim : 16.8 km
Voyer : 16.9 km
Schirmeck : 17 km
Saint-Jean-de-Kourtzerode : 17 km
Saint-Jean : 17 km
Hommarting : 17 km
Rosenwiller : 17.2 km
Neugartheim : 17.2 km
La Chaîne des Vosges : 17.3 km
Grandfontaine : 17.3 km
Vosges : 17.3 km
Les Vosges : 17.3 km
Hatzviller : 17.4 km
Hartzviller : 17.4 km
Mittelbronn : 17.5 km
Saessolsheim : 17.5 km
Niderviller : 17.6 km
Dachstein : 17.7 km
Brouderdorff : 17.7 km
Lupstein : 17.8 km
Littenheim : 17.8 km
Heidenkopf : 17.9 km
Le Heidenkopf : 17.9 km
Saint-Quirin : 17.9 km
Zintzel du Sud : 17.9 km
Steinbourg : 17.9 km
Zintzel Rivière : 17.9 km
Zinsel : 17.9 km
La Zintzel du Sud Rivière : 17.9 km
Vasterviller : 17.9 km
Vasperviller : 17.9 km
Vasperviller-les-Pargny : 17.9 km
Rosheim : 17.9 km
Boersch : 18 km
Les Minières : 18 km
Wackenbach : 18.1 km
Vacquenoux : 18.1 km
Vackenbach : 18.1 km
Osthoffen : 18.3 km
Dettwiller : 18.3 km
Ittlenheim : 18.4 km
Avenheim : 18.4 km
Wilsberg : 18.4 km
Vilsberg : 18.4 km
Forêt de Turquestein : 18.5 km
Bourscheid : 18.5 km
La Broque : 18.7 km
Ernolsheim : 18.7 km
Schneckenbusch : 18.7 km
Furdenheim : 19 km
Dossenheim : 19 km
Quatzenheim : 19 km
Klingenthal : 19.1 km
Albet : 19.2 km
Zilling : 19.2 km
Hérange : 19.2 km
Le Bischenberg : 19.4 km

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