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ibis Strasbourg Centre Halles hotel

Economy hotel for business and leisure

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Hotel - ibis Strasbourg Centre Halles
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Practical information

    • CERTIFIED SUSTAINABLE-ISO 14001
    • Wireless Internet connection
    • Air conditioning
    • Public indoor parking - Paying
    • Pet allowed - Paying
    • ibis innovation : new bedding for absolute comfort
  • Number of rooms: 97
  • Hotel location: In the centre of town
  • Main point of interest: CATHEDRALE (0.50 km)

ibis Strasbourg Centre Halles - hotel description

Hotel code: 0640

In the heart of the European capital classified as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, the ibis Strasbourg Centre les Halles hotel is ideally located so that you can discover: the Cathedral, the Petite France, the Opera and our different museums (accessible by tram just outside of the hotel). Close to the TGV train station and access to the highway, our establishment will make your business trips or pleasure getaways easy: the Zénith, Europark, the Route Des Vins and our many chateaus.

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Extras of this hotel

After the bus station, the second entrance of the public paying car park, P2 Sebastopol, located under the hotel offers direct access to the reception using the elevator in aisle 3.

Message from the hotel manager

Philippe DESAINTQUENTIN, the manager of the ibis Strasbourg Centre Halles hotel, would like to welcome you.

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