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Le Parc Hotel Restaurant & Spa 4.0

Obernai, Bas-Rhin, Alsace

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Pros

  • Elegant property with gardens outside and unique decor inside
  • Full-service spa with light therapy sauna, two whirlpools, steam rooms, and more
  • Indoor and outdoor pools, both with loungers
  • Spacious rooms with upscale, individual decor
  • Located along the Alsace Wine Route 
  • Three restaurants including fine-dining, regional cuisine, buffet breakfast
  • Small fitness center
  • Free on-site parking
  • 20 function spaces for meetings and banquets
  • Free Wi-Fi throughout

Cons

  • Expensive dining options and spa treatments
  • A bit outside the center of the village; few restaurants within walking distance
  • Wide variance in room size, decor, and configuration
  • Gym is very small

Bottom Line

The 62-room, four-pearl Le Parc Hotel Restaurant & Spa is a posh hotel showcasing ornate woodwork, stained glass, and fine art. The individually decorated rooms, Asiane spa, two pools, fine-dining restaurant, and location along the Alsace Wine Route highlight an impressive package. Guests generally love the overall experience, but it comes with a hefty price tag for dining and spa treatments. The property is also somewhat isolated, about a 10-minute walk to the center of Obernai with few other dining options within a reasonable walk. There are comparable upscale options nearby, such as the Hostellerie des Chateaux & Spa in Ottrott, a property that includes some spa treatments in room rates. 

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Scene

Soothing and sophisticated spa hotel with fine dining

This Tudor-style property greets guests out front with charming rock gardens filled with greenery and colorful flowers. The circular reception desk framed in stainless steel and illuminated by modern lights belies the rest of this classy hotel’s traditional Alsatian environment. Everywhere one looks throughout the public spaces, there's a visual feast of fine art, stained glass, and ornate woodwork on wall paneling, ceilings, and furniture. The craftsmanship with fine woods is especially showcased in the hotel’s restaurants and bar, where carved wood envelops guests. The bar’s dark wood mixes with its deep red carpet, sofas, and chairs to create a soothing and sophisticated space that characterizes the essence of this hotel where guests come to enjoy fine food and relax at the decadent Asian spa. The Le Stub casual restaurant is brighter but no less impressive, with light pine and natural wood columns filling every corner, from head to toe, creating a cozy, French country kitchen atmosphere. Overall, this hotel is casual elegance at its finest drawing a mix of families, and younger and older couples. 

Location

In a quiet village in the Alsace countryside

Le Parc is located just outside Obernai, a historic village in the Alsace countryside that dates back to the Medieval period. It sits along the Alsace Wine Route, about a 35-minute drive from the noted Alsatian wine towns of Riquewihr and Ribeauvillé. The historic fortified castle, Chateau Du Haut-Koenigsbourg, also is about 35 minutes away. Another popular attraction Mont Sainte-Odile, a mountain topped with a monastery, is a 20-minute drive. Strasbourg’s international airport and main train station are approximately 25 to 30 minutes away, and Colmar is a 40-minute drive. The Obernai train station is a five-minute drive, as are several restaurants in the village. A few restaurants are within a brief walk of less than five minutes, and more are about 10 to 15 minutes walking in the center of the village. Bike rentals are just outside the hotel. The Tennis Club Obernai, a two-minute walk away, has 14 courts available, and there's a municipal park opposite the property for leisurely walks.  

Rooms

Individually decorated with variances in size, style, and configuration

Rooms are spacious and come in five categories. They are individually and distinctively decorated and can vary by size and configuration within their respective category. Standards (215 to 237 square feet) and Executives (258 to 301 square feet) can be either contemporary or Alsatian in style, while the Deluxe (323 to 377 square feet), Junior Suites (431 to 517 square feet), and Family Suites (646 square feet) come mostly in Alsatian design. Both styles feature bold red and other rich colors, and high-quality furnishings such as finely upholstered or leather sofas. The Alsatian design, like much of the hotel’s public spaces, features ornate woodwork and natural wood paneling and doors, exposed beams, and matching furniture that create a warm hue. Some have vaulted ceilings and skylights. Fine art graces the walls, and striped or patterned carpet that’s a step above standard hotel flooring is widely used. All rooms have large desks and the Deluxe and Suite units have sitting areas, and many of them have private terraces with furniture and garden views. A king or two joined twins are the typical bed options, which feature white linens and duvets. Each Family Suite also has a second bedroom with bunk beds and an additional TV, and a dining area. Some Junior Suites offer fireplaces, and some Deluxe Rooms have lovely dining alcoves. Bathrooms are generally roomy and especially impressive. Many utilize white tile and white granite vanities with some twin sinks or basin sinks. Some have separate tubs and walk-in showers, while others have shower/tub combos with glass doors. Some bathrooms also have separate toilet areas with sinks, while others have vaulted ceilings and skylights. Deluxe Rooms and Suites offer mini-fridges. All rooms have room service, air-conditioning, flat-screen TVs, safes, hairdryers, robes, and magnifying mirrors. Pets can be accommodated in certain rooms for a fee. 

Features

Full-service spa, concierge, three restaurants, and free on-site parking

The full-service Asiane spa complex has two pools (indoor and outside), two whirlpools, two steam rooms, sauna with light therapy, heated loungers, fitness room with cardio equipment, and treatment rooms to provide a range of massage, facials, and body treatments. Access to the spa facilities is included in room rates. There are three restaurants, and each one serves a specific meal during the day. The fine-dining restaurant is open for dinner daily, and the more casual lunch and Sunday brunch restaurant serves regional cuisine. The fine-dining restaurant is closed Mondays except for July and August; the lunch restaurant is never open Mondays. Breakfast, served buffet style and with a live egg-cooking station, is available daily, and some packages include it in the room rate. There's also a bar and smoking room open daily. There are 12 meeting rooms and eight banquet rooms, free Wi-Fi throughout the property, and a business center with Internet access. Laundry and babysitting services are available, as are concierge services. There's free on-site parking in front and behind the hotel. 

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169 Route d Ottrott, Obernai 67210, France

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