History of the hotel
Hôtel Rohan, formerly Hôtel des Rohan then Hôtel Cardinal de Rohan, bears the name of an illustrious cardinal, bishop of Strasbourg. He served as ambassador to Vienna in 1772, was compromised in the famous affair involving the Queen’s necklace, was arrested by order of the king, and was finally imprisoned in 1785.
The building that houses the hotel today was rebuilt in 1963 following the bombing raids that hit Strasbourg during the Second World War, destroying the old building (rue du Vieil-hôpital, behind the hotel, remains one of the finest surviving examples of the impact of the bombs that hit the area). In the 1970s, it became one of the finest establishments in the Alsatian city.
The Hotel Rohan is ideally located in the very center of Strasbourg, a city in eastern France on the left bank of the Rhine. The capital of the Grand-Est region and the Bas-Rhin département, Strasbourg is also home to the Council of Europe (since 1949) and the European Parliament (since 1992).
Ambulance (SAMU): 15
Fire department: 18
European emergency number: 112
Emergency doctor (SOS Médecin) : 3624
BRETT Fooding by Rohan, a tour around Alsace, introducing the local delicacies, and above all, a breath of fresh air for Strasbourg. The great classic dishes are transformed here, giving way to generous, tasteful creations, just a short walk from Notre Dame Cathedral, right in the heart of historic Strasbourg.
LE BRETT is also a concept in the spirit of the times, with its inviting, open-plan bar and reception area, offering you a sense of wellbeing, in a clean and elegant setting, with coppery colors, natural wood and velvet.
It’s a place for friendly sharing, and for the renowned Alsatian Epicureanism.
It’s somewhere to feel good any time of day, around an ample breakfast table, or for a warm and friendly evening sipping a cocktail or a glass of wine.
ROOMS AND FACILITIES
Check-in: From 3pm on the day of your arrival.
Check-out: At 12pm on your departure day, you can leave your luggage at reception free of charge if you wish.
Breakfast is €16 per person per day and is served from from 7am to 10am.
We welcome pets in our establishment. Surcharge : €15 per night
Ask reception if you need a wake-up call.
Free wifi is available throughout the hotel, in rooms and public areas. Select the network name and enter the password that are indicated on the card holder you will be given on arrival.
The closest car parks are :
- Gutenberg at 300m – Place Gutenberg – 44€ for 24h
- Austerlitz at 400m – rue des Bœufs – 20€ for 24h
- Parking des Bateliers at 800m – rue de Zurich – 20€ for 24h
All our rooms are air-conditioned during the summer season. To adjust the temperature, you’ll find a remote control or a wall-mounted box at your disposal. If you have any problems, please contact reception by dialing 9.
Please remove your room card from the box when you leave your room. Please do not run the water for longer than is necessary, and place any towels you wish to change on the floor.
Each of the hotel’s rooms and suites has its own safe. On arrival, simply enter the password of your choice. Please follow the procedure below:
- Press the red button on the back of the inner trunk door until the beep sounds.
- Enter your 4-digit secret code. End with A.
- Close your safe door by turning the knob to the left.
- To open, enter your secret code. End with B.
- Then turn the knob to the right.
If you encounter any difficulties, please contact reception by dialing 9.
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