Hostellerie Le Marechal

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Characterful olde-worlde charmer in the heart of Alsace

Some places look almost too good to be true, and Hostellerie Le Maréchal – sat on the water’s edge in the pretty Alsace town of Colmar – could come straight from the pages of Hansel and Gretel.

Know It All

Hit the spot
Beside a canal in Colmar’s pretty  Little Venice district.

Come here for...
● Hansel-and-Gretel good looks. ● A fetching riverside location. ● Gables, old beams and candelabra.

Amenities
There's a riverside restaurant, and terrace dining in fine weather. Canal boats stop nearby for water tours of Colmar.

Good to know
There’s no lift, and attic rooms are a bit of a climb. Parking nearby can also be a challenge.

Bedtime...

Bedrooms
30 rooms and suites

Special features

Ultra-comfortable rooms are furnished with antiques and family heirlooms: expect to see beamed ceilings, stencilled walls, French armoires and pretty colours. Some rooms boast a whirlpool bath, others a hydro-massage shower.

Pillow Talk
Take the Wagner or Bach suite, complete with whirlpool bath, or the four-poster Debussy room.

Eat & Drink

Dining in
Candlelit dining at the water's edge in Le Maréchal's A L'Echevin restaurant is a treat, and you can dine out on the terrace itself or in the two warmly lit, beamed dining rooms. There's classical music in the background, and house specialities include fresh lobster, fish and breast of duck roasted with lemon and thyme. The chef's six-course gastronomic menu is worth going hungry  for, and includes half a lobster, roasted seabass with mussels and pan-fried loin of veal flavoured with ginger and cardamon. Extra-special desserts include pear carpaccio with gingerbread icecream and meringue.

Breakfast
Buffet breakfast (charged at EUR 14) is served until 10am.

Room service
Morning and evenings only.

Activities

See & Do
Colmar is one of the prettiest towns in Alsace, with its cobbled streets and half-timbered houses. The canal quarter known as Petite Venise is a delight, and it's not hard to imagine 16th century wine merchants shipping casks of wine along these old waterways. There's also a toy museum stuffed with antique toys and trains, and an automobile museum with some 450 rare motor cars on display.

Colmar also sits conveniently at the heart of the Alsace Route du Vin – easily within reach of medieval towns such as Eguisheim, where two grands crus are produced.

Diary Dates
November-December
Come to see Colmar’s fairytale Christmas market: mulled wine, gingerbread and Christmassy gifts in a picturebox setting. There’s also an ice rink to burn off some of those indulgent yuletide treats.

ESSENTIAL INFO

Rates Guide

EUR 105-255

Check In

14:00

Check Out

12:00 Midday

Minimum Night Stay

No

Open/Closed

Open all year

Air Conditioning

Yes – all rooms

Children

Welcome

Pets

Welcome for a small fee

Wedding License?

No

GETTING THERE

Location

Place des Six Montagnes Noires, 68000 Colmar

Parking

Garage parking is available for a small fee

Trains

Colmar station - 2km

Taxis

EUR 10 from the station

Airport

Euroairport Mulhouse Basel 55 km (35 min driving)

Need assistance?

Call us on 01225 428888

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