You'll find a wide variety of hotels in Kaysersberg ranging from 4 star luxury to simple...
And Kaysersberg itself is a beautiful village, but beware, it is getting more and more touristy every time I go there...but with good reason...
It is just as beautiful as Riquewihr with many shops, restaurants and hotels AND a castle ruin too!
So if you're looking for a beautiful village to visit with less tourist crowds, you might want to try out Kaysersberg...and while you're enjoying the scenery (and the wine!) check out the birthplace of the famous humanitarian Albert Schweizer!
It won't be long before this village is just as crowded as Riquewihr, so enjoy it while you can...
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Hotels in Kaysersberg will make a convenient base for your day trips in Alsace...
You'll have 10 well known and popular villages to visit less than 10 miles away and even more lesser known "undiscovered" villages all very close to you.
Staying at hotels in Kaysersberg is perfect for anyone wanting to do short bike rides on the wine road or even short hikes with 6 well known villages less than 6 miles away...
Distances given are the approximate distances from the center of Kaysersberg.
Villages with a * have a train stop or train station.
1 miles/2 km
Kientzheim (not Kintzheim) is a beautiful little wine road village near Kaysersberg and it's also home to the Confrerie de Saint Etienne and their Alsatian Wine museum. If you want to learn more about the history of Alsatian wine and how it was produced, you might want to stop by.
2 miles/3 km
You'll probably pass Ammerschwihr on your way from Turckehim to Kaysersberg and you will definitely see it! It's the one with the huge tower (the Schelmenturm)... If you stop by, you'll have a choice of over 40 wine makers to choose from as you wander through the village. And for those of you who love to golf...
4 miles/6 km
Riquewihr is considered one of the most beautiful villages in France because visiting Riquewihr is like stepping hundreds of years back into history. Somehow this wine road village managed to survive through countless wars (including World War Two) unscathed. So enjoy it, but remember that there are a lot of other people planning to visit Riquewihr with you especially around July, August, and December.
6 miles/9 km
Turckheim is a beautiful little village on the Alsace Wine Road with a train station! So you can drink as much as you can want... Turckheim has a particular tradition that it has continued (with only two stops) for hundreds years. The Nightwatchman makes his rounds (May 1st to Oct 31st) at 10pm every night.
6 miles/9 km
If you find yourself in Riquewihr or that area of the Wine Road in Alsace and you want to get away from the crowds, head over to Hunawihr. It's right next door to Riquewihr and it's beautiful and quiet. You'll find great wine and scenery in a quiet and peaceful setting.
7 miles/11 km
If you've already started researching where to go in Alsace, you've probably heard of Ribeauvillé. It's a beautiful wine road village with lots of medieval buildings, restaurants, shops and wine. I think Ribeauvillé is a great place to visit, although I have no idea why it is more popular than other wine road villages that are just as beautiful. There are also three castles above Ribeauvillé that you can hike up to and back in three hours if you're interested...
8 miles/13 km
Bergheim is a quiet little village on the Alsatian Wine Road just past Ribeauvillé. One of the most amazing things about Bergheim is how it was managed to preserve almost ALL of its medieval city walls. You can walk around the village and see them for yourself before or after trying some of the local wine and food.
If you're looking for luxurious hotels, you'll find what you are looking for at Le Chambard. It's a 4 star hotel with beautifully decorated rooms, a small indoor swimming pool and jacuzzi, and spa services. You'll also have a chance to eat in one of the many starred gourmet restaurants in Alsace here, as well as their more casual restaurants. Private parking and internet free of charge.
If you're looking for nice, clean comfortable (and reasonably priced) hotels, you might want to check out the Hotel les Remparts. It's a cute little three star hotel with nicely decorated rooms. Most rooms have a balcony overlooking scenic views. Wifi and parking are available and free. Breakfast is available too.
If you are looking to save a little money on hotels, the Hotel Constantin might suit you. It's a small and simple, family owned hotel in historic buildings in the old town. You'll be surprised to find they have an elevator (very rare in historic buildings). Breakfast, parking and internet available.