- Charges for extra guests may apply and vary depending on the property's policy.
- A cash deposit or credit card for incidental charges, as well as a government-issued photo ID, are required at check-in.
- Special requests are subject to availability at the time of check-in and can't be guaranteed. Certain requests may come with additional charges.
- The following credit cards are accepted: American Express, MasterCard, and Visa.
- No rollaway or extra beds are available.
- Parking has height restrictions.
Cap Europe0.0 out of 5.0
Recent guest reviews
Just don’t, you will end up wasting your money. Don’t be me: people told me that it was horrible and to rent an airbnb, but I didn’t listen (for the price you can get a really cute one). There is no wifi. The bathroom makes the whole room stink. The curtains are too small and too transparent.... they wanted to charge me thrice the price of my room. Please please please don’t ignore this message,but if you choose to do it do not pay for the breakfast. €8 is too much for just tea and bread.
My friends and I rent 3 separate rooms in total, and only one of them was worth the price. - In two rooms toilet was broken; - A big hole in the wall in room; + All rooms were well equipped with kitchenware, all had kitchenettes, fridge and stove; + It was very warm + Good location;
In generally everything was okay with the room and breakfast. But wifi doesnt work those days i was there. I have to say, it was really annoying and irritating. It couldnt be that all lines of internet were down. I did the claim in the reception and anybody paid attention to that big problem.
I have stayed at this hotel four times. This is one of those hotels where you stay for the price alone. The size of the rooms vary incredibly, hence you may get a small room or a big room depending on which one you get. The yard is very noisy in the morning when people check out. But its really cheap, and incredibly easy to get to. Plus there is a really nice old lady that has a bakery nearby who makes the most incredible pain de chocolat. I'd recommend it just for that.
My standards were very low, but this hotel still didn’t meet any of them. Here’s a sneak peak of your (hopefully not!) hotel room - broken toilet, stairs with vomit on them, dirty bowls in the wardrobe, empty cola bottles, broken shower rails and the laziest service in Strasbourg. Regards to our broken toilet, we did complain in the morning however later (6pm) still nothing has happened. We did complain again and in fact the receptionist did put us in a better room. However, the hygiene of the place is the worst I ever saw. I can confirm that there was actually free wifi, however during my whole stay, I never managed to connect/load a website. We also had to ask several times for towels as room keeping took the dirty ones and didn’t replace them. To any future visitors, please ignore this hotel and choose a way better budget hotel like an Ibis.
Very cheap but also very basic facilities. Think of a cross between student accommodation & a caravan and you'll get the idea! Positives: Good value for money, 25 mins walk to Cathedral ( rather than 10 mins stated), clean, maid service & clean towels daily, comfortable beds, fridge, kettle provided ( but we had to request it), friendly staff, quiet- no traffic noise. Negatives: Wi Fi is extremely poor, kitchenette is a Health & Safety hazard with electric hob too close to overhead units-evidence of heat damage; kitchenette very poorly equipped-not even the basics such as a tin opener; bathroom was more of a plastic pod with no working extractor fan so smelt of mould (although it was clean), no toiletries provided, toilet hinge broken & not repaired throughout our 4 night stay despite us requesting this daily; small tv with only access to French terrestrial channels; very poor ventilation with no air conditioning- would be extremely hot in summer & probably very cold in winter. Conclusion: You get what you pay for!
Our room looks nice at the beginning... but then we realized that literally everything in the room was broken. The bathroom was not a proper bathroom but looked more like a caravan one, all made up in plastic and very, very narrow. The room too was very narraw, and since it was an hot day was almost impossible to stay in there because it warmed up too much. Also the position is not very good (about 20-30 mins by foot from the city center). But... for 16 euros each, I'm afraid we should have expected something like that.
The hotel seems fairly new inside, flooring, kitchen area and walls looked like they have been done recently. However, the door was tilted and wouldn't close easily, one window was broken and we couldn't open, mould in the shower. The fridge was making a lot of noise and we could hear noises from upstairs and the hallway. Also, the last day my towel had an old blood stain, apart from it being very small.
When entering the room in the afternoon the mold smell is just overwhelming. We open the windows and leave them open overnight. Shampoo is handed out like the value of gold in tiny paper packages. Breakfast is underwhelming. The room has no drawers to store things for a week's stay. The single bed's mattress is worn out as if it were straw... there are big dents in the wall reminiscent of a person punching a whole in it.... don't go here
We are 4 friends travelling through Europe mostly staying in hostels and Air B & B's so not expecting or needing much in the way of luxury. The rooms were basic as were the facilities which suited the price and the hotel was situated in a good location within walking distance of the centre of the city. We booked through a hostel website and, whilst we should have checked the hotel website prior, based on what was written were led to believe that we would be staying in a similar environment to that which we had experienced in previous cities. This is not the case and it is most certainly a hotel so if you are looking for somewhere with more of a community feel maybe avoid Cap Europe. The main downside was the heat of the room at night! Despite it raining and being a little warm still outside the room was like a furnace even with the window open and unbearable to sleep in. As soon as you stepped outside of the room and in to the corridor it was fine so I'm not sure why the rooms were so hot. Overall you get what you pay for, just check that this is what you want before booking and don't expect anywhere special.
- Walking distance to Tomi Ungerer Museum
- Free WiFi in rooms and public areas
- Laundry facilities
- 24-hour front desk
Tomi Ungerer Museum is a short stroll from Cap Europe, and other popular attractions like Rohan Palace are within a mile (2 km). This 110-room apartment welcomes guests with conveniences like free in-room WiFi, express check-in, and express check-out. It's in central Strasbourg and also close to L'Oeuvre Notre Dame Museum and Our Lady of Strasbourg Cathedral.
For your convenience, a buffet breakfast is served for a fee each morning from 7 AM to 9:30 AM.
Flat-screen TVs come with digital channels, and free WiFi keeps guests connected. Free toiletries are also available.
Guests of Cap Europe enjoy free WiFi in public areas, 3 meeting rooms, and express check-in. Self parking is offered for EUR 9 per night. The 24-hour front desk has multilingual staff ready to assist with sightseeing, directions, and local dining recommendations. Additional amenities include express check-out and laundry facilities.
Reviews from Trip Advisor
28.0% of guests recommend this hotelTotal of 611 reviews