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In the heart of the capital of Europe and the Alsatian Christmas market, our 3-star Kyriad hotels offer all the comforts of rooms equipped with memory foam pillows. Thanks to our fine restaurants with their all-you-can-eat breakfast buffet and accessible parking, you will enjoy a pleasant and well-organized stay in Strasbourg. Our establishments also have meeting rooms for your business stays.

Our hotels in Strasbourg
Let yourself go for our Kyriad hotels at Strasbourg. Right at your arrival, our hoteliers welcome you with nothing but smiles and thoughtfulness. You'll discover the one-of-a-kind comfort of our memory foam pillow. Then, to start the day off right, taste the Kyriad difference, and let yourself fall for the freshness of the Frozen Yogurt for breakfast... Two good reasons for you to come back!







Places of interest around Strasbourg

Find the not to be missed sights of Strasbourg

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Notre Dame de Strasbourg Cathedral

Whether you are staying at Kyriad Strasbourg Palais des Congrès, enjoy a moment of freedom to stroll through the historic center of Strasbourg, located on the Grande Ile. Listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, the city center is structured around Notre Dame Cathedral. Linger around this masterpiece of Gothic art, “prodigy of the gigantic and delicate", according to Victor Hugo. Outside, the pink sandstone facade presents hundreds of sculptures. On the west facade, admire the gallery of the apostles and the great rose of Master Erwin. On the main tympanum, observe the scenes of the Passion of Christ, surrounded on the left by the scenes of his childhood and on the right, by the Last Judgment. On the north facade, admire the portal Saint-Laurent, built between 1495 and 1505. The southern facade presents a Romanesque double door, with two allegories of the 13th century, representing the Church on the left, and the Synagogue on the right, flanking King Solomon, take a short distance and admire the neo-Romanesque crossover tower and the spire built in the 15th century. Inside the building, look at the stained glass windows, the rose, the Krebs organ and the white sandstone pulpit of Master Geiler. Take time to admire the astronomical clock and the baptismal font.

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Music and Convention Center

From your Kyriad Strasbourg Convention Center, you are approximately 10 minutes from the Palais de la Musique et des Congres. Opened in 1974 and restructured in 2016, the PMC is a collection dedicated to professional and general events such as concerts, shows, trade shows, conventions and conferences and has a total surface of 50,000 m² on two floors, three auditoriums of 1876, 1182 and 515 seats each, and a large 2,891 m² hall.These three rooms are part of the main cultural attractions of Strasbourg and offer each season a rich and varied programming ranging from jazz to the French and international song. The Convention Center is also home to the Wacken district, the international business district, easily accessible from the motorway and Strasbourg Entzheim Airport.

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Parc de l'Orangerie

Located close to European institutions in Wacken District, the Orangerie Park is the perfect place to relax. It can be reached within 15 minutes of your hotel's Kyriad Strasbourg Convention Center. Enjoy 26 hectares of greenery in the heart of the city for a stroll or jog. And come see the storks no matter what the season! The iconic bird of Alsace was re-introduced in 1971. Since then, it has been home to over 800 storks. In the heart of the garden, the Joséphine Pavilion hosts exhibitions and temporary events. On the lake, the jardin de l'orangerie offers other activities such as bowling, billiards and a summer terrace. Finally, be sure to check out the Buerehiesel, a pretty timbered house built in 1607, which is home to Eric Westermann’s Michelin-starred gourmet restaurant. In the week, you can test the "business" menu with an appetizer, entrée and dessert for around forty euros. The setting is also refined.

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What to do in Strasbourg

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Two days in Strasbourg? Over the course of a weekend, you can explore the UNESCO-classified Grande Île. Visit the Strasbourg Cathedral, a Gothic masterpiece, with its spectacular facade, organ and astronomical clock. Take time to climb up to the platform for a unique view of the city before exploring Petite France, a picturesque neighborhood with typical half-timbered houses. The next day, focus on the other side of of Strasbourg, its status as a European capital, with by discovering the official institutions: the Parliament, the European Council and the Human Rights Building.
For a week-long stay in Strasbourg, take the time to visit the must-see sites. After the Strasbourg Cathedral, the waterside district, Petite France and the European institutions, discover Maison Kammerzell and its gorgeous half-timbering. Art lovers will swoon for the collections of decorative arts, fine art and archaeology at the Palais Rohan. Continue your exploration Alsace by leaving Strasbourg heading to one of ourKyriad hotels in Colmar, making it all the way to the Ballons des Vosges regional nature park and its outdoor activities, unless you want set off for Riquewihr, one of France’s most beautiful villages.
Straight out of a fairy tale, the old town of Strasbourg will enchant children with its half-timbered houses. Take advantage of your family trip to explore the Petite France before visiting the Alsacian Museum or Vaisseau, a space of science discovery space for the youngest members of the family. The "Secrets of Chocolate" museum delight chocolate lovers of every age, as will the botanical gardens, the second oldest in France. For lunch, sample local cuisine at the winstubs, local lively taverns. Your Kyriad restaurant will treat the entire family to culinary specialties upon your return for dinner.
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Strasbourg culinary specialties

If you love cabbage and beer, the cuisine of Alsace is exactly what you’re looking for. For a true gourmand experience in Strasbourg, make the most of your stay at a Kyriad restaurant for serving of must-try choucroute. The culinary specialties of Strasbourg also include pretzels, salty biscuits, baeckeoffe, a hearty ragoût, spätzle pasta, and flammekueche, the famous flame-grilled tart. For dessert, try kougelhopf, a typical brioche cake. And no meal in the region would complete without some schnapps, hot wine or Alsace white wines: gewurztraminer, sylvaner, riesling… always to be enjoyed in moderation of course.
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Must-see events in Strasbourg

The one event you can’t miss in Strasbourg is known throughout Europe. If you have the chance to visit Strasbourg at the end of the year, book your stay at a Kyriad 3-star hotel room to discover the magic of the Alsace Christmas Market: local artisans sell decorations, santon figurines, or mulled wine at the Cathedral Square amidst the enchantment an extravaganza of lights spread out across the city. Les Rencontres Européennes de Littératurealso take place in Strasbourg in March, as does the Musica Festival dedicated to today’s music; if you come in fall, the Jazzdor Festival is held in November.
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An interesting story about Strasbourg

One stop in the gift shops of Strasbourg will make it abundantly clear that the stork is the icon of Strasbourg. This migratory bird has been returned to Alsace for to make its nests in Alsace once spring arrives. Considered to by a symbol of good luck for the the locals whose homes it builds a nest on, it is associated with numerous legends, with the oldest recounting that the storks drop off newborns on the doorsteps of homes hoping for a child. It is a symbol of Alsace heritage that all but disappeared in the 70s. Since protective policies were put in place, the Alsace stork is thriving once again!