Logis Hotel les Remparts

Address: 4 rue de la Flieh, Kaysersberg, Alsace, 68240, France | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located on 4 rue de la Flieh, Kaysersberg, is near Musee d'Unterlinden (Under the Linden Trees), Bartholdi Museum (Musee Bartholdi), Hugel et Fils, and Hugel et Fils.
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      Bonjour mes amis,

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