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Hotel - Aparthotel Adagio Access Strasbourg Petite France
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Practical information

    • High-speed internet
    • Public indoor parking - Paying
    • Private indoor parking - Paying
    • Public outdoor parking - Paying
    • Private outdoor parking - Paying
    • Wheelchair access
    • Reduced mobility rooms: 6
    • Pet allowed - Paying
    • 100% non-smoking hotel
  • Number of rooms: 116
  • Hotel location: In town
  • Main point of interest: PETITE FRANCE (0.30 km)

Aparthotel Adagio Access Strasbourg Petite France - hotel description

Hotel code: 8446

The Adagio Access Strasbourg Petite France is just 2 minutes' walk from Strasbourg's old town. This 3-star holiday residence offers studios and 2-room apartments for 4 people, all of which are furnished and equipped with a kitchen. Explore the famous Petite France district with its unusual roads and covered bridges. The Aparthotel is perfect for business travel or sightseeing trips. There is a tram stop 328 yards (300 m) away and the Strasbourg TGV train station is just 5 minutes away.

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