A half-timbered 16th century hideaway in Colmars Little Venice, Hostellerie Le Marechal is tucked alongside the River Lauch in the heart of one of the prettiest towns in Alsace. The hotels exterior is reminiscent of the Middle Ages while the gastronomic restaurant with its delightful summer terrace, brings you back to the modern day.
Reflecting the history of the property, rooms are cosy with wood beams, antique furniture and canopied or four-poster beds. Enjoy a candlelit dinner accompanied by classical music at A l Echevin restaurant that serves regional dishes and local wines befitting the capital of the Alsace Route du Vin.
Wander through the winding streets of Colmar, dating back to the 11th century, where you can marvel at the medieval and Renaissance architecture. A must see is the Issenheim Alterpiece painting by Mathias Grunewald in the Unterlinden Museum. Also look out for the statues by Batholdi, the creator of the Statue of Liberty.
Hostellerie Le Marechal is a Small Luxury Hotels of the World property.