THE HOTEL SAINT MARTIN IN COLMAR
The SAINT-MARTIN Hotel *** is situated in the heart of historic Colmar in Alsace, north-eastern France and provides a perfect base from which to visit and discover the delightful town and the typical villages in the surrounding area.
Situated in the heart of historic Colmar
For security reasons, the municipality of Colmar decided to forbid the traffic in the whole city centre during the Christmas Markets, starting from November 25th to December 30th 2016, Mondays to Sundays from 10am to 8pm.
Map of Colmar Christmas Markets
For this reason, our hotel will not be accessible by car between 10am and 8pm.
Our guests will have to drive through “Parking Vieille Ville”, also named “Parking de la Montagne Verte”, located at 100 meters on foot, in order to reach our hotel at the closest (as well as for the guests who will need to pick up the entrance card for the parking place they’ve booked at our hotel).
We apologize for the inconvenience beyond our control this may cause.
We thank you in advance for your understanding.
The hotel is ideally placed for easy access to the various cultural escapades that Colmar has to offer. A truly beautiful town, decorated with multitudes of flowers, Colmar is renowned for its remarkable heritage, notably its Festival de Musique, museums and Christmas markets. The typical historical districts of the ‘Vieille Ville’ or ‘Old Town’ are particularly charming, as is ‘Petite Venise’ or ‘Little Venice’ along with its abundance of Alsatian arts and crafts.
For those following the famous ‘Route des vins d'Alsace’ the Saint-Martin hotel offers an excellent choice of stop-over. Not far from the borders of Germany and Switzerland, Colmar sits on the main axe between Strasborg, Sélestat and Mulhouse.
Whether you are travelling alone, in a couple, or with your family, the team at Saint-Martin are ready to give you a good, authentic, Alsatian welcome. An old mansion house dating from 1361, the building has conserved its Louis XVI facade; its authentic charm and character are also reflected in the decoration of the rooms and reception area. In the delightful central courtyard is a Renaissance turret with a spiral stone staircase.
The majority of the forty rooms have been decorated in a typical Alsatian style, however, if you prefer, two rooms have recently been redecorated with a more contemporary feel.