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Hotel Vendome
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894 reviews
Staff was very helpful. Location was great. Many cafes nearby. Close to public tram pick [...]
Magnifique hôtel !
Très bien accueilli, chambre propre et confortable, bon petit déjeuner
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The Petite France district and its history

Strolling through the streets of a city as charming as Strasbourg has never been easier than when staying at the Vendôme Hotel ***.


Indeed, located a few meters from the famous Petite France district, staying at our hotel is the assurance of spending a pleasant moment in the heart of the city.

Don't wait any longer and book your room directly, in order to benefit from the best rate !

Our entire team is pleased to take you on a discovery of the historic district of Petite France, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, through some emblematic places :
  • Benjamin Zix Square

Close your eyes and imagine yourself in the shade of the plane trees that decorate this square ! A real treat in the middle of summer ! Take advantage of this cool place to admire the panorama that is offered to you, on the old town of Strasbourg and its river.
  • The Ill : the French river that bathes Alsace

Live the moment to the fullest, by letting yourself embark on the quays of the Ill.
Compared to a small Venice, the locals like to tell that its delta, composed of 5 arms, looks like from above the fingers of a hand wanting to catch the city.
  • Street of the Bain-aux-Plantes

Take a leap into the past and discover this emblematic passage surrounded by half-timbered houses that was once, the district of the tanners, occupied by many tanneries as the oldest houses still testify with an additional roof, widely open, intended to dry the hides.

This district was also the district of the Mills which was, as its name indicates, populated by millers.


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This was only a foretaste of all the gems hidden in the splendid "capital of Europe".
Come and meet us, we will be happy to advise you on the many interesting places to visit.
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