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Hotels in Haguenau

Whether traveling for business or pleasure, the Haguenau Campanile offers comfort and tranquility.

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Haguenau is a key stop for business or family travel in the department of Bas-Rhin. Stay at our inviting Campanile hotel-restaurants and enjoy the comfort of our luxurious bedding and the services offered for your peace of mind. For breakfast and lunch, enjoy the delights of the all-you-can-eat buffet. For dinner, savor local cuisine from the menu.

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Enjoy the comfort of Campanile rooms in Haguenau. Depending on the establishment, you’ll find private parking, meeting rooms, restaurants with self-serve buffets or à la carte dishes, as well as evening entertainment.

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In Haguenau and its surroundings

Check out our Campanile hotel-restaurants in Haguenau and enjoy comfortable rooms
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Hôtels Strasbourg Campanile

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3-star Campanile hotels welcome you during your stay in Strasbourg with comfortable rooms, equipped with high quality bedding, a car park to make your life easier and a restaurant with an unlimited buffet. Make the most of the Campanile accommodation in the Grand Est region with a visit to Strasbourg and its surroundings, in a friendly and warm environment.



Discover Haguenau

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A weekend in Haguenau is an opportunity to explore all of its treasures. The city's heritage will transport you and you’ll love your stay at a hotel near downtown. You can’t leave the city without visiting the downtown area, fishermen’s wharf and the Tour des Chevaliers, three must-see Haguenau sites. You can also take a walk around the Old Town fortifications. Last, consider enjoying local culinary specialties at a restaurant terrace.

During a week-long stay in Haguenau, take time to explore the city in intimate detail. Start by walking by the Hôtel Fleckenstein, one of the city's oldest private mansions and then head to the Grenier Saint-George monument. Visit Wissembourg Gate, for a glimpse of the town’s medieval past. A trip to Haguenau is also a chance to soak up the culture of the region of the Grand Est and venture to the Northern Vosges Regional Park and then reserve a room in one of our Campanile hotels in Nancy or Montbéliard.

As a family, you'll always find something to do in Haguenau. Your children will enjoy a stroll along fishermen's wharf or a visit to the beautiful Château Impérial. Be sure to visit the Alsatian museum, a great introduction to the region's culture and history. You can go on magnificent walks in the Haguenau forest, where you can admire beautiful plants and trees. Take advantage of your hotel's restaurant to discover the local gastronomy!

Haguenau’s culinary specialties

Alsatian cuisine is particularly well-known in France, especially for its mix of French and German influences. You can enjoy culinary specialties in a downtown inn or at the restaurant at your Campanile restaurant in Haguenau. During your stay, try a pretzel, Alsatian asparagus, beer soup, onion tart, sauerkraut and kougelhopf. In Haguenau’s markets, you'll also find regional products, including Alsatian honey and charcuterie.
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Must-see events

An economically active university town, Haguenau has a lively cultural scene. In addition to the performances and entertainment in auditoriums and at concert venues, the city hosts many events. These include the Festival des Folklores, the largest of its kind in Eastern France, and the Festival des Berges. Your hotel also offers afterworks, cocktail hour, tastings and theme nights, so please check with our staff before you go back to the comfort of your room.
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Did you know?

Haguenau held particular importance in the Middle Ages. Barberousse, the emperor of the Roman Empire, loved the city so much that he wrote the Haguenau Charter, awarding the city a number of rights and privileges. In fact, until the 17th century and the reign of Louis XIV, Haguenau was a German city and the French king had to take the city by force in order for it to become part of the French kingdom. It’s a story to discover at the city’s museums and then extend your stay in the Grand Est, where you’ll find ourCampanile hotels in Strasbourg.