Natural Hotel in Alsace, France
Hotel Restaurant Guebwiller
Our Hammam and Jaccuzi are at the moment not open (COVID.
Charging Stations for electric vehicles are available
An Hotel in Alsace forms part of an environmentally-friendly approach (Hôtels au Naturel)
St Barnabé, Hôtel & Spa in Alsace is located in a naturally beautiful and peaceful setting (The Ballon des Vosges Regional Nature Park)
Welcome to the Saint-Barnabé Hotel & Spa, located in the heart of the Ballons des Vosges Regional Natural Park in Alsace, a veritable haven of tranquillity for nature lovers.
Our hotel, holder of a "Hôtel au Naturel" label, invites guests to enjoy a breath of fresh air in our retreat of unspoilt nature.
Revitalise body and soul in our Wellness centre, in the forest or along the walkways... Take in the natural surroundings and celebrate the simple things in life.
NEW: Enter in our Spa, our Well Being Center thanks to the GRANDER Technologie.
The "Les Fougères" Spa opens its doors to a world of well-being to help you make the most of the surrounding peace and serenity. In this sanctum of quietude, dedicated to relaxation and awakening of the senses, feel stress and strains melt away in the jacuzzi, the saunas, the hammam or the outdoor swimming pool (heated all year round).
Take a journey to the Orient to discover your inner being with one of our massages, and experience full relaxation of body and spirit.
You will be staying between Mulhouse and Colmar, and just a stone’s throw away from Guebwiller, an ideal location for you to explore the other towns and cities in the region, such as Sélestat, Strasbourg and Gérardmer. Or why not cross the border for a day trip to Switzerland or Germany?
The Alsace region is famous for its wines and fine cuisine, and you can sample some of our exquisite vintages and gastronomic specialities in our restaurant "Le Jardin des Saveurs". Here, you will savour a refined, seasonal cuisine which celebrates local produce and the best flowers and plants that nature has to offer.
Phone access via Bouygues (3G)