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Kamerzell House (Maison Kammerzell)
Kamerzell House (Maison Kammerzell)

Kamerzell House (Maison Kammerzell)

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16 Place de la Cathédrale, Strasbourg

The basics

Walking tours of Strasbourg often stop at Maison Kammerzell for the show-stopping, ornate façade. It’s a feast of Gothic and Renaissance architecture, with timber framing, sculpted window frames, and elaborate frescoes. To admire the interiors, book a table at the Maison Kammerzell and tuck into typical Alsatian dishes such as sauerkraut (fermented cabbage) or spaetzle (noodle dumplings). You can even spend a night at the Maison Kammerzell—the upstairs rooms have been renovated and transformed into a hotel.

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Things to know before you go

  • A photo stop at the Kammerzell House is a must for history buffs and architecture enthusiasts.
  • Reservations are highly recommended for both the hotel and restaurant.
  • While there is access to the ground-floor restaurant, the hotel’s narrow passageways and spiral staircase limits access for wheelchair users. However, there is an elevator.
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How to get there

Maison Kammerzell is located opposite the Cathedral of Notre Dame on Strasbourg’s Grande Île. The closest tram stop is Langstross Grand'Rue, less than a 5-minute walk away.

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When to get there

Although you can admire the building exteriors at any time, the restaurant is only open from midday to 2.30pm for lunch and from 7 to 11pm for dinner.

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Strasbourg’s Architectural Gems

The Grand Île of Strasbourg is a UNESCO World Heritage Site filled with historic landmarks. Opposite the Maison Kammerzell, the masterpiece Cathedral of Notre Dame affords panoramic views from a 216-foot (66-meter) bell tower. Other notable landmarks include the nearby Rohan Palace (Palais Rohan), home to some of Strasbourg’s top museums; the 12th-century St. Thomas Church; and the Covered Bridges. The “La Petite France” quarter is truly picturesque, full of cobblestone lanes, half-timbered buildings, and flower-lined canals.

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