• Privately owned.
Le Chateau d'Osthoffen is part of The JP Moser Hotel & Chateau Guide. All properties featured in www.jpmoser.com have been carefully selected by Mr. & Mrs. Moser personally; they have been travelling through western Europe for more than 20 years,. Every year they stay at between 40 and 60 hotels and chateaux to evaluate them. This guarantees the thousands of people who browse daily through the web pages of The JP Moser Guide, that the properties featured are in good standing. You can be sure that there will be no unpleasant surprises when you stay at a JP Moser property. If at any time the Moser's have reason to believe that a establishment has decreased in the quality of its installations and/or service provided to their paying guests, the property will be removed from the guide.
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Dear future guest,
We are most happy to share our family home with you. The rooms in which you will sleep are those used by our ancestors who gaze out from their portraits, no doubt surprised by the 21 st century “mod-cons” of the new en suite bathrooms ! Each room has been refurbished, family belongings restored and central heating installed.
Please feel free to ask Elisabeth at the reception desk for any further information : she will be delighted to assist you.
So wherever you journey on to, we hope you will take along a happy memory of Osthoffen, situated in the heart of Alsace, this most delightful of French regions : this is our aim.
A sincere welcome to you all
▪ Viscount François Grouvel’s bedroom ▪
▪ Gulath Wellenbourg bedroom ▪
▪ Bedroom of the Nebel sisters ▪
▪ Frau von Ketschau’s bedroom ▪
▪ Dorsner bedroom ▪
▪ The Bourjolly bedroom ▪
▪ Zuckmantel bedroom ▪
*Breakfast price included- according the bedroom
The reception desk is open at Osthoffen from 17.30 to 21.00 hrs
A buffet breakfast is served on the 2 nd floor from 7.30 to 9,30 hrs in week days
And from 8 to 10.30 hrs on week ends.
We thank you for vacating your room at 11hrs at the latest.
How to reach the hotel
The capital of Alsace, Strasbourg is one of France's greatest cities and the birthplace of paté de foie gras.
It was in Strasbourg that Rouget de Lisle first sang "La Marseillaise," the French national anthem.
Strasbourg is one of France's major ports, only 3km (2 miles) west of the Rhine. In addition to being host to the Council of Europe, Strasbourg is home to the European Parliament, which convenes at the Palais de l'Europe.
In 1871, Strasbourg was absorbed by Germany and made the capital of the territory of Alsace-Lorraine, but reverted to France in 1918.
One street is a perfect illustration of the city's identity crisis: more than a century ago it was avenue Napoléon. In 1871, it became Kaiser-Wilhelmstrasse, then boulevard de la République in 1918. In 1940, it became Adolf-Hitler-Strasse, and ended up as avenue du Général-de-Gaulle in 1945.
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