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Rooms under £100: Strasbourg

Among the budget boltholes in this historic French city, you’ll find a Michelin-starred restaurant and an equestrian-themed former stud farm

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Graffalgar, Strasbourg

Graffalgar

01 Graffalgar
Strasbourg meets Berlin at the Graffalgar, whose 38 rooms
are each designed and ‘hosted’ by a different local artist. The
artists can redecorate at will, organise workshops and sell their
work on site. The hotel’s creative cafe hosts shows, exhibitions
and workshops. Rooms from £67. graffalgar-hotel-strasbourg.com

Du Coté de Chez Anne

Du Coté de Chez Anne

02 Du Côté de Chez Anne
A timbered, Alsatian house lying amid sprawling grounds, this is a Michelin-rated restaurant with on-site accommodation. The five rooms have been beautifully decorated by chef-owner Anne Gerber, with exposed beams, clashing textures and faux sable throws creating a chocolate-box scene. The highlight, of course, is the food. Rooms from £63. maison-hote-strasbourg.com

Appartements du Renard

Appartements du Renard

03 Appartements du Renard
Just a stone’s throw from the 14th-century Cathédrale Notre Dame de Strasbourg, these recently renovated apartments have all the mod-cons you could need. Even the smallest of the collection is fitted with a kitchen — although with the owner’s restaurant just next door, you may not need to use it. Rooms from £70. appartementsdurenard.com

Les Haras

Les Haras

04 Les Haras
Strasbourg’s national stud farm has been stylishly renovated into this modern hotel. Les Haras pairs minimalist, equestrian-inspired furniture and horse silhouettes with parquet floors and rustic, beamed ceilings. The rooms in this palatial 18th-century building are centred around a courtyard. Organic breakfasts are served in the former stable. Rooms from £87. les-haras-hotel.com


Published in the December 2015 issue of National Geographic Traveller (UK)