Hotel à la Cour d'Alsace with stylishly renovated buildings provides a cosy atmosphere. Original wooden-beamed ceilings, the painstakingly refurbished half-timbering, and the artistic witnesses of centuries past create a link between the guest and the culture and history of Alsace, its cuisine and hospitality.
Hotel à la Cour d'Alsace is located in the meticulously restored medieval old town of Obernai in Alsace. This former manor house and wine cellar of the distinguished Baron De Gail family gave rise to a hotel whose refined courtly character conveys an atmosphere of intimacy to its guests. From the hotel management to the clerk at the reception desk, from the chef's apprentice to the chef himself -- the Cour d'Alsace's professional staff is committed to its guiding principle when it comes to gastronomy: Expertly spoiling the guests.
At Cour d'Alsace, the cuisine of its Le Jardin des Remparts Restaurant is on a par with the hotel's gracious standard of living in every respect. The chef takes pride in spoiling the connoisseurs of haute cuisine in the exquisitely furnished restaurant, an attractive example of tradition-conscious contemporary interior design. Visitors will appreciate the selection of dishes offered day in and day out at lunch and dinner, dishes expertly and lovingly prepared with the experienced gourmet in mind. Le Caveau de Gail Wine Tavern in the lovely restored former vaulted-ceiling wine cellar of the Gail manor house, the hotel's friendly yet professional staff helps the visitor to become acquainted with Alsace at its best. The tavern's pleasant atmosphere promotes relaxing conversation; exquisite (and hearty) Alsatian specialities served at lunch and dinner make for an occasion worth remembering. The Lucas Bar is a very homey, cosy, intimate -- this best describes the attraction of the bar on the north side of the hotel courtyard. Just the right place for spending the most precious hours of the day, i.e. sitting back, unwinding and having a pleasant tête-à-tête with someone you enjoy.