Hotel Restaurant **** with 19 rooms and 5 apartments and suites, located in the heart of a vineyard on the wine road, not far from downtown Ribeauvillé. Its location overlooking the Alsatian plain and offers stunning views of the Vosges and Black Forest.
This is an ideal base to visit the castle of Haut Koenigsbourg Riquewhir village and the town of Colmar, the wine cellars and wines from Alsace.
To enhance your stay, we offer a spa, with indoor pool, sauna, gym, Jacuzzi and relaxation treatments à la carte restaurant and a map of renewed daily depending on market days.
When you send a request for a reservation through this website, it will go directly to Le Clos Saint Vincent, and you will receive a reply written by someone from Le Clos Saint Vincent, to whom you can write back asking all your questions. They can also assist you with other reservations such as restaurants, events and more!
Take Motorway A35, N83 sortie Ribeauvillé, D106, direction Ribeauvillé.
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Extra bed: 25 €
Domestic animal: 8 €
Menu chart used at night except Tuesday: 42 € to 57 €
Children's menu: from 15 €
Period ** High Season: December weekends until December 16
Bar / Lounge
Indoor Swimming Pool
Jacuzzi / Whirlpool
Restaurant (Ã la carte)
Spa / Wellness Centre
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Strasbourg, is one of France's greatest cities, in fact the 7th city, prefecture of the Low Rhine, and the intellectual and economic capital of Alsace. Its privileged geographical situation as a centre of international communications and its position of Latin sentinel by the Rhine as well as its rich history, ensure its exceptional importance. The beautiful architectural richness of Strasbourg has been classified as world heritage, a first time for a whole city centre. This honour reveals the universal value of the historical Strasbourg which is composed of, other than the magnificent Gothic cathedral, the churches Saint-Thomas (XIIe - XVe centuries), Saint-Pierre-le-Vieux (XIIth - XIVth centuries), Saint-Pierre-le-Jeune (XIIIth - XVth centuries), Saint-Etienne (XIIIth century), the Museum of Notre-Dame, and the Palais Rohan. Along with this admirable set of monuments are banks, bridges, squares and alleys, all filled with history and culture.
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