La Cour d’Alsace
In the heart of a garden, next to the ramparts of the medieval town of Obernai, La Cour d'Alsace was once a manor, the residence of the barons of Gail which was a noble family of the Alsace region. New and historic buildings, all modern conveniences and the flair of an old manor house lovingly furnished and featuring works of art, this hotel is a stylish refuge for guests looking for that certain “je ne sais quoi”.
Combining Alsatian tradition and modern facilities, its bedrooms are very comfortable and very well equipped.
The hotel has two restaurants. Le Caveau de Gail is the former cellar of the Barons de Gail and still has original features such as the beautiful vaulted ceiling. Le jardin des Remparts is another option (closed in August).
Example Menu (Le Caveau de Gail)
Foie gras de canard traditionnel, chutney du moment
1/2 douzaine d'escargots à l'Alsacienne
Presskopf de boeuf aux petits légumes, vinaigrette de raifort
Assiette de saumon fumé maison
Choucroute aux 3 poissons, beurre blanc citronné
Quenelles de brochet et dos de sandre au Riesling, nouilles alsaciennes
Joues de porc confites, purée Crécy
Bouchées à la reine façon Cour d'Alsace, spaëtzle maison
Assiette 3 Munster de Rosheim
Nougat glacé maison
Crème brûlée aux noix torréfiées, glace noisette
Mousse au chocolat, coulis à l'orange
- En suite bathroom with shower or bath
- Satellite TV
- Soundproof bedrooms with Internet access
- Spa with indoor swimming pool and sauna
- Packed lunch on request
- Laundry service
- Free car park
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