Hotel D in Strasbourg
Discover a brand-new hotel in downtown Strasbourg, accommodations with a contemporary spirit that has superb amenities to make your stay in Alsace an unforgettable experience.
Treat yourself to an exceptional moment in one of our spacious rooms or suites, all enhanced with modern, stylish décor. The esthetic look is by interior designer Sybille de Margerie. She wanted to create “a modern, colorful, warm, and welcoming setting” to provide “a singular experience” to every one of our guests.
Just steps from downtown
The Hotel D in Strasbourg welcomes you to the very heart of this Alsatian city, just steps from historic downtown. Listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, the city has a dazzling spectrum of opportunities for sightseeing and leisure. Museums, the cathedral, theaters, department stores, boat tours, picturesque neighborhoods...
Enjoy the convenient location of our hotel, close to downtown, to completely immerse yourself in Strasbourg’s inimitable atmosphere.
Fitness and Well-Being at your disposal
Stay fit during your stay in Strasbourg! The Hôtel D offers a fitness center with Technogym® equipment. Treadmill, bikes, Kinesis® steppers, and more. Both cardio and strength training are available: Choose your equipment and work on your cardio fitness and endurance in a setting reserved just for hotel guests.
After a workout or just to savor the end of the day, relax in thesauna and our relaxation room. Stretch out on one of the luxurious, heated loungers that await you there.
The perfect location
The Hôtel D, on rue du Fossé des Treize, is just steps from the Place Broglie and Place Kléber.
The Tribunal quarter is adjacent to the Halles quarter, both close to the historic downtown area. The various European institutions are also in the immediate vicinity of the Hôtel D, along with the Palais des Congrès convention center, the Parc des Expositions, and the Wacken, Strasbourg’s principle business district.
At the heart of the European capital
The European institutions district is a few minutes from the Hôtel D. The Council of Europe, the European Court of Human Rights, the European Parliament, and other bodies are within very easy reach using public transportation, a car, or a bicycle.
Strasbourg, being centrally situated within Europe, has a convenient location coupled with a major highway network. The international airport, TGV train station, and many other means of transport make it quick and simple to get around and explore Alsace and beyond.