The Cour du Corbeau hotel is a 4 star hotel in the MGallery collection, which in itself is a guarantee of quality, good taste and hospitality. The Cour du Corbeau hotel is tucked away at the back of a 16th century courtyard, the Cour du Corbeau, hence the hotel's name. The building, classified as historic monument before becoming a boutique hotel, was once a coaching inn and then, from 1528, an inn named 'Zum Rappen'. Over the past five centuries, illustrious guests such as Voltaire, Frederick II King of Prussia and Marshal Turenne have stayed in this old Alsatian inn.
Today, the Cour du Corbeau, which opened its doors on 1 May 2009 after extensive renovations, has 57 guest rooms including 19 suites, a Bar/Tea Room, a terrace and a meeting room that can accommodate up to 10 people.
An office with Internet access is available for guests to use free of charge.
The Tea Room/Bar is a long room with a sober and elegant decoration. The wine red and beige tones of this space, combined with the gentle lighting, create a classy and cosy atmosphere, ideal for a drink before or after dinner or to enjoy a tea and a pastry throughout the day. Even though it is not bathed in natural daylight, it is also a charming place to eat breakfast in the morning.
However, when the weather is fine, the outdoor terrace surrounded by the 16th century stones of the courtyard is open to guests from 2:00pm to 10:30pm.