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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Hannong Strasbourg
Great location, good atmosphere, clean and easy walk to everything. staff helpful and polite.
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Historical Traveler Reviews Hotel Hannong Strasbourg
Great place to stay
My wife and I stayed 2 nights at the Hotel Hannong and had a wonderful stay. The hotel is situated in the heart of Strasbourg, 5 minute walk from Petite France (The old part of the city).
The room was very clean and had everything you would need for a comfortable stay. The hotel staff were extremely helpful and gave us some great recomendations on places to visit and where to eat (Maison Kammerzell is a great restaurant, next to the cathedral).
We would definately go back to this Hotel.
A nice place to stay.
I don't know much about hotel rooms in Europe, so all I can compare it to is hotel rooms in the US. I stayed there 4 nights. The room I had was very small (like their cars!) but very clean. The king bed was comfortable. The room had a very small TV on an L-shaped table in the corner of the room with 1 chair. There was just enough room to walk between the table and the corner of the bed, and between the end of the bed and the wall. Their was an armoire, and that's everything. The small bathroom has a 2 prong 120V outlet on the hair dryer base you can plug into. My room was quiet, no complaints there. The location is very good, as was the breakfast every morning. I have no idea how much this room cost, as I never saw the bill (my host picked this hotel and paid for it).
The Golden Tulip/Hotel Hannong
We stayed at the Golden Tulip (aka HANNONG HOTEL) in Strasbourgh for two nights recently. My overall impression was somewhat negative. The hotel was apparently being rennovated at the time of our stay. We assumed this because of the electric wires hanging from a gaping hole in the ceiling of our room's hallway and the construction workers hammering during the day. However, no mention or pardon was asked of us by the staff! Also, as stated by an earlier reviewer, the walls were extremely thin at this hotel, leading to difficulty sleeping for light sleepers such as myself. Additionally, a flock of pigeons gathered outside our window each morning at 6:00 AM and began to squawk loudly.
I understand that isn't the hotels fault really, but it was unpleasant nonetheless.The room itself was on the 1st floor. It was the smallest we ever stayed in, got very little sunlight, and had no cross ventilation or A/C (no A/C despite claims on various websites that rooms are indeed air conditioned!). We were there in July and the room was so hot, with scarcly any relief from opening the window. I could hardly sleep at night. The bathroom was so small you could barely turn around in it.Despite this, there were some positives: the room and bathroom were really clean and had tasteful, modern furnishings. Staff were friendly and helpful. The location was prime (within 5 min walk) to the train station as well as sights and attractions. The hotel is relatively affordable.
Typical European Hotels
I like the fact that I am able to read reviews from 'Real Visitors' on this website rather than hotel critics. The hotel has been renovated in the past few years and the rooms were quite nice but very small. I realize that I was staying in a 3 star hotel so I wasn't expecting 5 star treatment. Every European hotel I have every stayed at, and I have stayed in some very nice ones, have walls made of cardboard. I swear you can hear everything that goes on above you and both sides as well. So be prepared to bring earplugs if you are a light sleeper like me. My husband can sleep through a tornado, so it doesn't bother him. Also it seems that many people do not know how to close a door quietly without slamming it shut. However, I will say that for the money, the hotel and the staff were very nice and friendly.
Five Star Quality
This hotel was wonderful! It was located in a great area of Strasbourg. Our room was enormous (even compared to US standards) and filled with antique furniture. We also had a huge bathroom with a large bathtub. Everything was immaculate. The hotel staff was friendly and very helpful. They recommended wonderful restaurants to us. My only complaint was the smell of smoke that came through the vents. I recommend this hotel to anyone who visits Strasbourg!
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