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57 Grand Rue, 68750 Bergheim, France – Show map
Excellent location – rated 9/10! (score from 424 reviews)
Rated by guests after their stay at Hôtel-Résidence La Cour du Bailli.
|Double Room Côté Spa|
|Double Room Côté Spa|
|On the Wine Road... 2 Nights Studio for 2 Persons|
|Studio (2 Adults)|
|Studio (4 Adults)|
|Apartment (4-5 Adults)|
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Spa, Massage, Hot Tub, Indoor Pool (all year), Bicycle Rental
Food & Drink
WiFi is available in all areas and is free of charge.
Free public parking is available at a location nearby (reservation is not needed).
Private parking is available at a location nearby (reservation is not needed) and costs EUR 4 per day.
Laundry, Fax/Photocopying, Souvenir/Gift Shop
Non-smoking Rooms, Facilities for Disabled Guests, Family Rooms, Elevator
French, English, German
3:30 PM - 6:30 PM
9:00 AM - 11:00 AM
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Children and Extra Beds
All children are welcome.
One child under 2 years stays free of charge in a crib.
Extra beds are not available.
The maximum number of cribs in a room is 1.
Pets are allowed. Charges may apply.
When booking more than 3 rooms, different policies and additional supplements may apply.
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Based on 424 reviews
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Hotel De La Tour is in a former winery in Ribeauvillé’s medieval center. It offers rooms with private bathrooms and a fitness center. Free Wi-Fi and bike rental are available.
Score from 335 reviews Very good
Hotel Le Ménestrel is located on the wine route in Ribeauvillé, 1700 ft from the historic district. It offers a spa center and grounds with terrace overlooking the vineyard.
Score from 261 reviews Good
This hotel de charme offers en suite accommodation within the Ballons des Vosges Regional Park. It is situated in the scenic village of Thannenkirch, in the Alsace region.
Score from 315 reviews Wonderful
This hotel is located in the medieval town of Kaysersberg and was renovated in 2010.
Score from 176 reviews Very good
Good food in restaurant good service
The hospitality, the place, the atmosphere
apartment privacy kitchen facilities ambiance--Bergheim is so charming hotel restaurant Tarte flambee:) breakfast was fantastic staff was friendly and helpful EVERYTHING
Can't think of a thing I didn't like:)
The character of the hotel and the pretty town. The swimming pool was very welcome after a long day on a motorcycle.
There was no secure parking at the hotel
We like this hotel, perfect for families as you can eat out or in depending on mood and weather. The location, the village and the good restaurants near to the hotel are all excellent. This is the 2nd time we've been to this hotel and won't be the last.
We found the water in the pool and the jacuzzi too cold this time, one quick dip was enough.
The location of the hotel is perfect and the ambience is terrific.The pool and Jaccusi are very welcome. The restaurant is good, but could do with some lighter options.
The hotel is getting a little expensive for the quality of the rooms. (we have stayed here 3 times now) The lack of nearby secure parking for our bikes was a bit of a worry for some members of the group.
This hotel is so pretty, set in Bergheim, an astonishingly beautiful village on the Alsace route du vin. The staff were very welcoming and spoke English well (a plus point because my French is poor). Our room was a 4 person studio apartment and there was more than enough space for two, for a three night stay. If there had been more of us it may have been a bit of a squeeze. If you are self catering, there are a couple of grocery stores and two excellent boulangeries, as well as an artisan butcher. The hotel has a busy restaurant (you need to book) and the same goes for their restaurant Vitispa at the wine cave. Food at both places was delicious, however we preferred Vitispa - the portions were not so huge and the style was a little more adventurous. There is a small swimming pool and jacuzzi too. We had the place to ourselves on the two occasions we used them. Both great. And then if you have the energy for a stroll around the village, you can walk around the ramparts and call in for a glass or two at one of the friendly little cafes in the village. It was harvest time when we visited and the air was rich with the smell of grapes - the little tractors coming down from the vineyards to the village winepress were fun to watch. Of course the Halbeisen cave is a must to taste some wines (free entry) and also the "Jam shop". If you are visiting for a relaxing 2-3 days, then you need go no further than Bergheim. A tour of more (beautiful) villages would probably be needed for a longer stay.
The only whinge we had (just a little one) was that, as our room was roadside, there was a lot of daytime traffic noise, starting very early morning. Once the day trippers had gone home, things quietened down somewhat. But in fairness, this is a working village and at harvest time, it's full on, so this is only a minor complaint. Also, we took the last room in the hotel so there was no choice of location. Given the choice, I would recommend people to try and book a room at the back of the hotel, where it's quieter.
No aperitif on the terrasse
Location in pretty village, quiet and good for walking. Beyond the hotel, the village offers several good opportunities for dining and wine tasting. Good big rooms round nice courtyard. Swimming pool.
Wifi erratic. Curtains didn't fully close. Kitchenette lacks basics (salt, pepper, and cloth and liquid for washing up). Breakfast expensive (but that's not a problem as there's an excellent baker's in the village).
Perfect hotel, perfekt places!
Beautiful town & central location
Wifi didn't work, bed was uncomfortable.
Spacious family room with nice terrace and kitchen to do light cooking. Friendly staff and good restaurant. Hotel's own wine was in the fridge at very reasonable prices. Kids loved the small pool but it was only open from 9am-7pm. Very close to Ribeauville but not nearly as busy. Parked in Public parking beside hotel. A stroll around the ramparts is worth it.
Very minor complaints -Breakfast works out expensive for a family of 4 daily, we went to the local bakery instead and had breakfast on the terrace. We couldn't figure out the air-conditioning so was too warm for sleeping.
Such a beautiful hotel and everything was so comfortable.
Restaurant very busy resulting in a long wait for food which was disappointing
Lovely location to explore Bergheim. Clean, nice room. Fun pool to use in the old wine cellar. Beautiful courtyard to the hotel.
Slightly noisy late at night as people left the restaurant, but then again we did go to bed fairly early as we have a baby!
We loved the location in a quaint medieval village.
There was no shower in our room, which was a drawback to my husband.
We loved Bergheim. This beautiful hotel fits in well, too, and is really a special place. Clean and efficient. We would certainly like to come again.
Well, the shower was totally impractical, and the toilet paper flimsy. But these minor details.
Room sizes. S/C facility despite being a B/B based hotel.
Good restaurants within walking distance from hotel; bicycle trail not far away either.
No shower curtain.
Location. Very close to vineyards. Friendly atmosphere
Quality of food at restaurant. Poor choice of wines
The atmosphere of the old historical building, situated in a wonderful gem of a town.
Jean Luc and Phillipe are very gracious host. Great location and comfort for a very reasonable price. Turckheim is an intriguing village and home of Francios Baur wines located next to the hotel. You must try the Sang du Dragon Pinot Noir....it is fabulous!
Hotel location for exploring the area. Proximity to a very good restaurant (Winstub Sommelier)
Reception staff were not particularly friendly. Reception closes at 7pm and opens at 9am - a major problem if you want anything in the evening or wish to checkout before 9 (unless the previous evening) Studio room was very tired (but clean) and needs a good refurb
Loved our room....bed was extremely comfy. Staff was very willing and able to give out information about the area. The wine tasting was a nice addition.
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