/*-->*/ Strasbourg, between Alsace and Europe!
7, rue finkmatt
Tourism : AG075960021
National Education: 09/10/1989
Youth and Sports: 67 JEP 053 du 23/11/2014
Our rooms are equipped with 2 to 6 beds to share or to privatize with private bathroom. Wifi is free in all rooms. Bed and bathroom linen is provided and cleaning is done daily. We have 4 rooms adapted for people with reduced mobility.
600 m2 of relaxation and meeting space: 2 bar areas, a games room, a projection room and relaxation areas.
Seminar areas: 500m2 of meeting rooms (from 12 to 200 people)
Restaurant: 220 seats in 8 different areas (total area of 345m²)
Exterior: Garden, garage (289m²)
Reduced mobility equipment
Ideally located, the Ciarus centre is a privileged place to organize your outings and discover the city on foot, by bike or by tram. Need to adapt the visits to your group? We advise and guide you in your choices to make your stay easier!
Looking for more information about our center, to be accompanied to create your stay, to understand the functioning, our team will be happy to be able to inform you.
Ciarus invites you to meet in our dedicated spaces, 500m2 modular will meet your requirements. All our rooms are equipped with video projection, screen, paperboard and high speed wifi, sound equipment is also available on request. You can enjoy pastries and homemade cakes during your coffee break. Lunch can be taken at the self restaurant for short lunch breaks or as a cocktail for those who wish to extend the exchange.
Our self restaurant welcomes you in a warm setting 7 days a week, and all year round. Our team of 17 cooks, including 3 professional pastry chefs, prepare daily dishes based on fresh, local products and in accordance with seasonality. Our chef emphasizes the ethic on the plate.
Place de la cathédrale
16 Place de la Cathédrale
6 Rue des Moulins
Route Départementale 130
Avenue de la paix
Louise Weiss building
1 Allée du Printemps
Located 10 minutes walk from the CIARUS centre, come and visit one of the masterpieces of medieval architecture, combining Romanesque and Gothic styles. Its high spire, which reaches 143 metres, has long been the highest monument in Christianity.
This is the most picturesque part of old Strasbourg. Fishermen, millers and tanners used to live and work in this district built on the surface of the water.
The magnificent half-timbered houses date from the 16th and 17th centuries. Their sloping roofs are open on attics where skins used to dry.
Classified as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, wander around the imperial district to discover different styles of architecture: art nouveau, art deco, rococo, neo-gothic, neo-renaissance, Haussmann style... Open your eyes wide!