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Right on Kleber square, this lovely hotel is perfectly positioned, nicely appointed with friendly staff. The rooms are reasonably small, but you'd expect this for a room in such a central location.
We parked at a public carpark that had a exit right near the...More
We stayed at Le Kleber Hotel on a weekend visit to explore Strasbourg in early summer. Traveled as two couples.
We traveled by car and parked in the Kleber parking lot right underneath the hotel which was very easy to find. There is also a...More
First, the this hotel is right next to a major tram interchange, so it is noisy.
It is also very central and convenient for the most attractive and interesting parts of the city.
Beds are comfortable and the bathroom was OK.
Plenty of shops and...More
Best: its location, overlooking the most important square in the city, and the kind, helpful staff. We booked a small room so we could not complain..., but there were no night tables, though we did have a desk and a chair. Do not take your...More
We stayed in the largest of the rooms (the Green Room) overlooking the Kleber square. The room was stunning with comfy beds, seating area and a geat view through several large windows. The bathroom was amazing, huge shower, 2 side by side sinks. Will definitely...More
US$71 - US$130 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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The entrance corridor to the hotel is fairly narrow. And as one other has already stated, the parking garage is city-owned and managed, not by the hotel. I would contact the hotel directly to ask their opinion.