- Charges for extra guests may apply and vary depending on the property's policy.
- The following credit cards are accepted: American Express, MasterCard, and Visa.
- Reservations need to be made in advance for massage services and spa treatments. Contact the hotel at the phone number listed on your booking confirmation.
Le Parc Hôtel, Restaurants & Spa4.0 out of 5.0
Recent guest reviews
Spent two nights on a business trip in le Parc this March. Hotel is well managed, very tidy and lovingly decorated. Rooms were spacious and well equipped. There even was a good selection of differents pillows to choose. Breakfast was exellent. Unfortunately I did not have time to test the spa, but hopefully next time!
We loved the room, the restaurant, the brunch is the best most amazing we’ve ever seen! The bar is fun to relax before or after dinner! We swam in the pool every day! We loved the spa services. It’s a lovely close walk to the city center! All the amenities! Our room had a balcony and amazing view!
A friend and I met for a quick weekend get away to Alsace and stayed at the Le Parc Hotel. We spent most of the day touring neighboring towns and wineries and checked in right before heading quickly to dinner. The check in process was very quick and provided all the information we needed on the property (in perfect English which was helpful) and the staff even walked us all the way up to our rooms to make sure we didn't get lost as there is a floor where you need to switch elevators. We stayed in Rooms 115 & 116 which were large rooms with a double pull out sofa and full bath on one floor and spiral staircase leading to a second floor with a king bed and an additional full bathroom. The rooms were comfortably furnished and incredibly clean. The tiles in the floor of the first bathroom were heated and there was a basket with the room number and towels in it for the spa and slippers and a robe in the closet. After our dinner at a restaurant in Obernai we came back and had drink in the hotel bar which was able to make a really decent cocktail. In the morning we went down to the spa area to take advantage of the amenities. The decor and the pool are lovely, the jacuzzi tubs with the essential oils was also very nice. There are two small steam rooms that can fit two people however we couldn't really get them working. There was a sign that said we could contact the front desk if there was any issue but we just went to the Sauna instead. The sauna and heated relaxation chairs were also very nice. The hotel is in the middle of building an addition to the spa and I can't wait to go back and see it finished! The breakfast room on the below level was quite large and from the looks the breakfast offerings were copious and varied. We did not have the breakfast but it looked good. I heard from various sources that the Sunday brunch (separate from the breakfast offering) is one of the best in the area so we asked about it but they were fully booked. I recommend inquiring right away and make a reservation right away when you are booking the hotel as it appears to be very popular. All in all it was a wonderful stay, the hotel was just beautiful and I look forward to returning again soon!
Everything (rooms, bed, bath, restaurant, spa) was very pleasant; calm staff - good atmosphere. Very decorative according to X-mas-time. Quality of meals at restaurant was very good, quality of service at restaurant was very high. Spa area (sauna, pool) was small, but enough for a business trip and relaxing after a working day. Only negativ: low quantity of parking lots
Only an hour drive from EuroAirpot near Basel, Switzerland you'll find a place to relax, enjoy nature and explore Obrenai and travel Alsace Route de Wine. The hotel is made out of several old buildings that are connected. The hotel kept its old charm while renovating it's interior. The rooms are nice and the junior suites are magnificent two story complex, with the bedroom are additional shower are on a mezzanine. The hotel has a large indoor pool and a small - possibly too small spa area. Two tiny steam rooms accommodating two people at a time, a larger sauna and one more compartment for two. As well as three heated Stone benches - only one functioning. So the Spa is somewhat disappointing. They are building a new pool and spa area that should offer more space and options. Close to the hotel you'll find a creack to walk along a stream of water in a wooded area, making the 2.5km walk very relaxing. The town of Obernai is about 15 min walk from the hotel. Obernai kept it's looks and ambiance for centuries. You'll enjoy walking around and having traditional Alsace food. The stuff is professional and very accommodating to meet the gusts' needs.
We stayed there a Saturday night. We were quite happy with the size the room despite very used furnitures. We could relax at the spa but nothing exceptional, very tiny sauna and hamam and the overall sensation it was old. However the indoor pool was really nice. The highlight was the fantastic food we had at the restaurant and the great cocktails we had at the bar. The food itself is a reason good enough to go there ! The breakfast was too pricey for its value given there was not a single vegetable offered! Otherwise regular offering of cheeses, cold meat and eggs. Will definitely go back there !
Great though small Hotel with a memorable Restaurant! The wellness area was a little disappointant, but just due to the size.... However this is in progress, as of 2019 they will have a much larger area. Rooms are very nice.
Higly recommended top hotel with great staff and excellent cuisine. Very nice premises. Beautifull spa and pool. Perfect place for a relaxing long weekend to be pampered by great food and drinks. Certainly to be repeated.
We came with friends after staying at the hotel several years ago. Upon arrival we were very dissapointed to see that there is no garden, outside pool or terrace, just a huge whole. Of couse we appreciate that the owners build a new Spa, but they should mention that works are going on. No real excuses, discounts or amenities as a compensation. Look at the webside: No note or comment on that. Very dissapointing!
We enjoyed our extended week at Le Parc and it is a lovely hotel, but I feel I have no choice but to mark it down to three stars due to security concerns and several advertised facilities being no longer available. Let's get the cons out of the way first. Le Parc continues to advertise on its website, on all its literature (including the welcome card handed out on arrival) and hotel booking sites that it has an outdoor pool, garden, fitness centre and business centre. None of these facilities are available. The outdoor pool and garden have been torn up and are now a large building site where a new spa is being erected. We were given a form letter on arrival explaining the pool and garden were not available, but their website still advertises them. The fitness centre does not exist, and has obviously not existed for so long that the younger receptionist I asked had never heard of it and had to ask an older colleague who said it no longer existed, even though again it was advertised on their printed welcome card. So my husband brought his workout gear all the way from the UK for nothing. The business centre is closed 'due to works' when I asked to use it, with no timetable on when it will open. Security was a constant worry because guests are openly encouraged to place and remove their own keys from the pigeonhole area at reception. Many times throughout the week when we did so, reception was unmanned and we could have easily taken any or multiple keys. Or, reception was manned but they were head down at the computer and paying no attention to what key we took. I tried leaving my key on the desk for reception to put away on the first day and the receptionist looked at it as if it were a turd and left it there for several minutes while she did other things (I watched from the lobby as I was nervous that she hadn't put it away) before grudgingly putting it away herself. Also, our hotel door had no internal lock or chain so the only protection was the single latch of the door itself. Strangely enough the door was fitted with a deadbolt but it could only be turned from the outside, not the inside, so offered no protection to anyone with a key. I felt vulnerable in the room especially with the keys so easily available to anyone walking through Reception. There is an in-room safe so I made sure to keep all my valuables and passport etc in there as much as possible. Now to the Pros: this is a beautiful hotel and our room (a Junior Suite) was lovely and well appointed. We had a balcony, and an in-room fridge which was stocked with complementary water every day. There are no tea/coffee making facilities, which I missed, nor a mini-bar (didn't miss that). The beds and linen are very comfortable and we had three televisions (mainly foreign language apart from a few news channels in English). Spa towels and a basket to carry them are provided, as are dressing gowns and slippers which you can wear through the hotel down to the lovely pool and spa area. The pool was great, deep enough at 1.4m to swim in properly, and with jets for interest. Unfortunately it closed early at 7:30pm every day so we didn't always get back from sightseeing in time to use it. There are loungers, two scented-oil jacuzzi baths, and a downstairs sauna and steam room area. It was really nice having a swim in the morning (open from 7am) or when we got back early enough. Parking at the front of the hotel is quite limited so we rarely got a space there (and you have to do a three-point turn to get out again when you are disappointed) but there is a bigger lot around the back of the hotel. I can't comment on the food in the hotel as it was way too expensive for us to try, starters from 24 euros! We used the room fridge to keep some picnic supplies in and breakfast foods that we bought at the supermarket. The hotel is conveniently located for walking into town, and is right next to an (expensive) chinese restaurant which we didn't try and a nearby degustation vintners where we bought a couple of very nice bottles of local wine. There is a public park nearby which we strolled around one evening. So a lovely hotel but consider bringing your own tea supplies and be very wary about security in your room. We booked online through a major travel site for a much cheaper rate than the rate stated on our room door.
- Free WiFi in rooms and public areas
- Free parking
- Onsite dining
Le Parc Hôtel, Restaurants & Spa places you next to Robert Blanck Alsace Wine and within a 10-minute walk of Obernai Tourism Office. This 62-room, 4-star hotel has a winery, a full-service spa, and 2 restaurants. It's in a provincial park and also a short walk from Market Square and Church of St. Pierre and St. Paul.
Enjoy dining at one of 2 onsite restaurants including Le Restaurant, which specializes in French cuisine. Savor a meal from the comfort of your room with room service. Start each morning with buffet breakfast, available for a fee from 7 AM to 10 AM.
The 62 rooms are individually decorated and have an array of amenities, including MP3 docks, refrigerators, and free bottled water. 82-cm flat-screen TVs come with digital channels, and guests can stay connected with free WiFi. Bathrooms offer hair dryers, free toiletries, bathrobes, and slippers. Other amenities include safes, phones, and desks.
Guests of Le Parc Hôtel, Restaurants & Spa have access to a winery, a full-service spa, and an indoor pool. Free parking is included with your stay. The front desk has multilingual staff that can help with dry cleaning/laundry, concierge services, and luggage storage. Other amenities at this spa hotel include an outdoor pool, free WiFi in public areas, and 10 meeting rooms.
Reviews from Trip Advisor
83.0% of guests recommend this hotelTotal of 1377 reviews