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Cairns Region, Australia
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

On our way further south we chose Selestat for an overnight as an opportunity to explore an historic town in the Alsace. We couldn't have picked a better hotel to begin the experience - it is a building with a long and remarkable history, a lot of which is mirrored in the reception and dining areas on the ground floor,...

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Uki, Australia
Reviewed 6 October 2015

Selestat is a nice town in Alsace between Colmar and Strasbourg. There is a nice walking tour of the town. It is a good base for three attractions in the nearby Vosges mountains; the impressive castle of Haut Koenigsburg, the Montage des Singes where one can handfeed free ranging barbary macaque monkeys, and Cigoland, a zoo centred on the endangered...

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Hong Kong, China
Reviewed 31 July 2014

After struggling to get our car to the hotel (thanks to small one-way streets in a highly pedestrianized city center), we finally arrived at the doorstep. It took us a while to locate the reception (we tried the restaurant first but no one was there). Apart from the parking challenge, the hotel was well-located in the center of the town,...

Thank PH15
Oakland, California
Reviewed 24 May 2014

Although there was nobody at the reception and the person in the restaurant (who may have been the owner) seemed reluctant to speak to me (maybe it was language, but I'd done OK the previous few nights), when I got to my room - a long series of ups and downs with a heavy-enough bag - the room was very...

1Thank CaliforniaTravelin
Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Reviewed 1 September 2013

really old (the building is from somewhere between 1500 and 1600!) friendly staff. affordable simple rooms. in the centre of town. especially in the breakfast room you feel this oldness of the building. the room is actually normal modern.

Thank iruy k
Perth, Australia
Reviewed 1 July 2013

Brilliant location, this hotel providing a friendly and competent service is run by the owner. The room was large by French standards and comfortable. Wifi is available at no charge. The breakfast was beyond the usual continental offering and provided plenty of variety. The restaurant offers traditional regional food based on local fresh produce, was good value and preentation was...

2Thank Barnaby04
Reviewed 20 October 2012

Fine hotel in centre of things but 15 min flat walk from train station.Large room with good bath and shower and very secure. Selestat is a German influenced town with local bus to castle, Birdpark and Monkey sancuary.

1Thank muffetoz
Leeds, United Kingdom
Reviewed 23 May 2012

Good, clean, quiet (on pedestrianised area), centrally situated and about 10 mionutes walk from the railway station. Decent buffet breakfast and very good restaurant with a number of local specialities. The oddity comes with their opening times and access. We arrived at about 3pm on a Friday, followed the signs to reception which we found deserted (both in terms of...

Thank mike_garley

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Address: 39 rue des Chevaliers, 67600, Selestat, France
Region: France > Grand Est > Bas-Rhin > Selestat
Number of rooms: 15
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“If you have a lot of luggage, make sure you request a room closer to the reception.”
 of 5 bubbles PH15, 31 Jul 2014 | Read review
“Hmm. My room was great, once I got there. Spacious and quiet. But it was quite a hike - no elevator in this place!”
 of 5 bubbles CaliforniaTravelin, 23 May 2014 | Read review
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