Charming hotels Alsace
Charming hotels Alsace
Alsace, located in north-east France and to the north of the French-Swiss border, is a region rich in French history and culture. This region is known for its charming villages and the Prussian architecture of its mansions, not to forget its hiking trails. Stay in one of our delightful hotels and discover its many secrets. With its wine route, unmissable villages, and Christmas markets emitting the heavenly smell of mulled wine, Alsace is sure to surprise.
From Strasbourg to Mulhouse
Begin your discovery of Alsace with a tour of its splendid and diverse towns.
Start with Strasbourg. Considered one of the most beautiful cities in Europe, Strasbourg is also deemed a European capital. Its entire city centre is designated a UNESCO World Heritage site and contains the main spots and monuments that have created city's fame. Come visit the wonderful masterpiece of Gothic art that is Strasbourg's Notre Dame Cathedral. Or how about a tour of the Petite France area, the prettiest part of Strasbourg's old town? Saint Thomas' Church is a real treat for architecture enthusiasts. This Protestant church is a beautiful example of Alsatian Gothic art. Take a look at its central piece, the impressive tomb of the Marechal de Saxe which dates from the 18th century.
Next stop, Colmar; one of the oldest towns in the region. Its cultural heritage, which has been incredibly well preserved, will tell you over a thousand years of stories. Take a walk through the old town and admire the many half-timbered or colourful Renaissance-style houses. Next, head to Petite Venise (Little Venice), a small bridge with a beautiful view of the Lauch river, lined with timber-framed houses. If you come between May and September, you will see Colmar moving to the beat of folkloric music played by local groups at Place de l’Ancienne Douane every Tuesday evening.
End your discovery of Alsace with the splendid town of Mulhouse. It has more than 17 listed buildings, such as the former town hall and the Tour du Belvedere, a tower measuring 330 metres. This town has many charms which are revealed through its different districts and unique heritage. An absolute must for families is the zoo and botanical garden. This park, with more than 190 species, including a polar bear, Siberian tiger and blue-eyed lemur, and over 3,000 plants, has received the ""Jardin Remarquable"" (Remarkable Garden) label from the French Ministry of Culture and Communication.
During your stay, be sure to take a break in one of the many regional restaurants and delight in some Alsatian specialities. Try the flammekueche, a delicious flambéed tart. Give in to an authentic choucroute or succulent Baeckeoffe, accompanied with a first-rate Alsatian wine. Are you a cheese fanatic? You're sure to love the delicious Munster.
What are you waiting for? Start your Alsatian adventure now and stay in one of our Relais du Silence hotels. Our hotels are waiting to welcome you all-year round in their protected natural settings where you can truly enjoy the pleasures of the present. So relax and allow yourself to be seduced by the Alsatian charm.
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Relais du Silence Belmont
Situated in Belmont, near Sélestat, the Relais du Silence Auberge Hazemann welcomes you to the Alsace side of the Vosges mountains. The typical mountain style decor gives all of the rooms a warm and friendly feel. Perfect for an authentic break in Bas-Rhin, Alsace. This hotel is also perfect for skiers as it is close to the Champ du Feu ski area.
Relais du Silence Saint-Hippolyte
In Alsace, in Saint-Hippolyte, in the heart of a world famous vineyard, stands the Relais du Silence Aux Ducs de Lorraine. The finest wines from Alsace are served with your meal in this charming hotel, in particular wines from the hotel's own estate. Heaven for food lovers. Colmar, the wine capital of Alsace, is less than 15 miles away.
Relais du Silence La Fischhutte Mollkirch
In Mollkirch, Alsace, stands the charming Relais du Silence La Fischhutte. Although located in the quiet Vosges forest, there is plenty to see and do in the surrounding area, including skiing and hiking. There are many options in Bas-Rhin. Why not visit the Capital of Europe, Strasbourg, which is only about 30 miles away.
Relais du Silence La Broque
For nature lovers, the Relais du Silence Hôtel Neuhauser is just perfect. In the heart of the Vosges forest, you will receive a traditional Alsace welcome. Situated in Schirmeck, which can be translated as "protected place", you can also experience the charms of Strasbourg, which is only about 30 miles away.