The Bed & Breakfast
Check-in & check-out ?
The check-in can be done between 6.00pm and 8.30pm. Thanks for calling us 2 days before to precise at what time you’ll arrive.
The check-out is at 10.00am.
At what time can we take the breakfast?
The breakfast can be served from 8.00am, until 10.00am. Don’t forget to tell us at what time you’ll come to take it.
How to reach Villa Urban?
-By car: the easiest way is to take the exit n°5 “Baggersee” of the Highway A35, drive along the Route de Colmar until you find yourself between the car shop Citroën (on the left hand side) and the bank Caisse d’Epargne (on the right hand side), and turn right on the Rue du Général Offenstein.
-By train: the line A of the tramway goes directly from the Central Station to the Villa Urban. The direction is “Illkirch” and our home is located 200m away from the stop “Lycée Couffignal”.
-By plane: from the airport of Entzheim to Strasbourg, there is a direct train. Then from the Central station, take the tramway.
You want to book a car with driver? We can organize it for you (minimum 2 days before).
Where to park?
We have a closed courtyard where you can park.
Our different offers:
For each and every offer, we only accept bookings from 2 nights.
1) Room with breakfast: from 110€ to 140€ per night for 2 people;
2) Room without breakfast: from 95€ to 130€ per night for 2 people;
3) All the rooms (4 rooms) without breakfast and kitchen at disposal: from 390€ to 465€ per night.
A baptism? A birthday? A family or work meeting? A work training? A meal with friends? We rent our living room of almost 60m²! Villa Urban has an unique situation in the city with its 2000m² charming garden and its colonial architecture. Maximum of people: 50.
Every event must however respect the rules of the home and the peace of our neighbourhood. At disposal on request: the garden and the terrace, the kitchen. Possibility of booking the rooms (minimum 2 nights).
For more information, please call us +33 33 88 39 11 53 or write us email@example.com .
Your stay in Strasbourg and in Alsace
How to move in Strasbourg?
That you come by train, car or plane, the best way to travel in the city is by feet or bike. The many different lines of the tramway lead you to the main highlights of Strasbourg and the closest tram station is 200m away from the house. I f you choose to take a bike, you have to know that the cycling lane’s network is well-developed: Strasbourg is the 3rd European cycling city after Amsterdam and Copenhagen! We will the indicate you different places where you can rent bikes, among them, one nearby.
How to visit the surroundings?
For a daytrip to Colmar, Mulhouse or even Selestat, take the train (from the Central Station).
For a discovery day in our lovely vineyards, we suggest you to take the car. Or even by bike, if you get closer to your target with the train.
Les Garnements: French cuisine, creativ, 7 minutes by foot (0.4 mile) / 36a, route de la Meinau, +33 3 88 40 39 31 / Open for lunch and dinner from monday to friday and saturday for dinner, closed on sunday
L’Ecrin des Saveurs : Gastronomic restaurant, 6 minutes by foot (0.3 mile) / 5, rue Leitersperger, +33 3 88 39 21 20 / Booking recommended, open for lunch and dinner from tuesday to friday, monday for lunch and saturday for dinner, closed on sunday
La Couronne Traditional cuisine, 11 minutes by foot (0.5 mile), 5 minutes in tramway (station “Krimmeri/Stade de la Meinau“) / 138, avenue de Colmar, +33 3 88 84 11 58 / Open for lunch and dinner from monday to saturday, closed on sunday
If you are looking for a private transport, Villa Urban and its partner First Elise can organize it for you. Firts Elise takes you in charge from and to the train stations/airports but also for a personal transportations for your visits or private travels during your stay. 24/7 service, on reservation.
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Less than an hour from here
Europa Park: granted “Best Entertainment Park of the World” in 2015, 2016,2017 and 2018 (Golden Ticket Award).
Baggersee: “The most beautiful beach of Strasbourg” created in 1908 by Charles Urban, is 2km away from the Villa Urban. This old gravel pit is a perfect place to bath, very refreshing during the Summer, but also a nice place to have a walk.
The Haut-Kœnigsbourg Castle: The most visited place of Alsace, or one of the many other old castles of the Vosges mountains, will take you to the Middle Age!
The Wine Road: wines are maybe what Alsace do best. White wines are maybe what Alsace do best. Don’t leave without tasting some by a wine-grower, or without taking away a bottle of Gewurztraminer !
Colmar: famous for the Wine Fair (summer) with all the great concerts, but also for its old city, also called the “Little Venice”, and its many restaurant and Winstub.