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Stayed 2 nights at Chateau de L'ile, situated in lovely quiet grounds in the suberbs of Strasbourg. (Took the Tram B into the centre as didn't want to drive, around a 10 min walk then 20 mins. Our room was quite old fashioned in decor but clean and comfortable - water, chocolate and sweets + gouter for the children on arrival which was a nice touch. The breakfasts were delicious - lots of choice and until 10.30am which was great for a lie-in. The children loved the table tennis and badmington and the grounds to run round in. We used the Spa once, the pool is small so not really for doing lengths and it was busy with other children - maybe an idea to have set times for "quiet times" and then "family times". Had dinner in the Brasserie Winstrub - good choice, good wines - all the staff were very friendly and accommodating - they were happy to speak English too :) Would recommend and would stay here again if visiting the area.
"Great Hotel Staff-"
very quiet- clean rooms- good restaurant on site. close to strassburg, 1 hour from colmar - beautiful wifi isnt that great quiet slow in all rooms and lobby area, nice breakfast Rooms are quiet large - comfy beds
"On route to Austria"
The reception at the hotel was very good and friendly. Service with a smile! The room was very comfortable. Our dog also approved! Dinner and breakfast were both excellent. Good location and nice surroundings.
"NEW YEAR FUN"
Having no previous experience of the Chateau L'ile we decided none the less to partake of their New Year Eve special - dinner+room+brunch. Turned out to be one of our best ever decisions. Staff are so wonderful and friendly, diner and brunch excellent, (family) room was perfect, and the enertainment and ambiance wonderful. We've already planned to be in Spain next year but are persuading friends to join us for a return in two years time.
"Nice also in winter, room "tradition" mixed feelings"
We had stayed at the hotel in summer last time and now came back for a 2 night stay, mainly to re-visit Strasbourg. Parking is private, a clear plus and one of the key reasons we booked again. The ladies at reception are professional, not overly warm welcoming. No welcome drink or frills, but a bottle of still water every day (for 2) in the room and a small chocolate the first night per person. Our room was 314, top floor, spa and parking facing. Definitely overheated and no chance to make the aircon work to cool, it heated even more. So we opened the windows while out of the room to let the minus 5 C outside in during the day and closed while sleeping. It worked ok. A "tradition" is one category above "classique". Small entrance hall with mini cupboard (hot inside) and some shelves with safe deposit box just large enough to hold e-readers, even i-pad too large for it. You brake your finger nails when you open the doors on the classical handles, they are too close to the wood. The bathroom has space, a separate toilet and a separate spacey and ver modern, beautiful shower and a tub. The sink is ok, as are amenities: you have shower cap, cotton balls and ear buds, shoe shine sponge, bar of soap, shower gel and shampoo per person, no body lotion. Slippers and bathrobes per person too, nice. The room as such is smallish under the roof, with a slightly above queen size bed, a desk two chairs and a mini bar on top of which the TV. Well lit, but you must leave suitcase on the floor for lack of anything to put it onto - weird at a price of above EUR 200 per night excluding taxes and breakfast. But it was clean and we like the chateau atmosphere - not stylish museum but modernized with care for "old" fashion. Spa would have been accessible form another staircase (not the one you use when coming up from the reception) to which this room was close, but so many kids running along the floor in bathing gear we did not feel like trying. Reception is not overly helpful when you have questions like we had for special public transport tickets as you need to take the tram to go to Strasbourg. The service in both restaurants is good and helpful with reservations in their restaurants. For other aspects, see my comment in the restaurant section. The walk to the tram station is about 10 minutes and there are trains every 10 minutes or so, very convenient. Single ticket is around EUR 2 and there is one for almost 7 that allowed up to 3 persons for the full day that you can buy at the tram station. All in, a nice, quiet and safe place to stay when you want to visit Strasbourg without having to go into town with your own car, and you can use the spa in days of bad weather. As for service and room quality (e.g. Not working aircon) there is room for improvement for the price they charge, as is in reception.
Credit cards accepted by the hotel: Visa - MasterCard
Check-in: 3:00 PM , Check-out: 12:00 PM