Everyone needs a place to lay their weary head. For travellers visiting Gundershoffen, Hotel Le Moulin is an excellent choice for rest and rejuvenation. Well-known for its luxury environment and proximity to great restaurants, Hotel Le Moulin makes it easy to enjoy the best of Gundershoffen.
The rooms offer a flat screen TV, a minibar, and a refrigerator, and getting online is possible, as free wifi is available, allowing you to rest and refresh with ease.
Hotel Le Moulin features a concierge and newspaper. In addition, as a valued Hotel Le Moulin guest, you can enjoy breakfast that is available on-site. Guests arriving by vehicle have access to free parking.
While in Gundershoffen be sure to experience nearby Italian restaurants such as Pizza Folies.
Whether you’re travelling for business, pleasure or both, Hotel Le Moulin is sure to make your visit to Gundershoffen one worth remembering.
The Bad: If you don’t speak French or German, don’t plan to spend more than a single night here! You will find yourself very frustrated with all communication. I would not consider the hotel particularly centrally located. If it were not for the sheer beauty and luxury of this place, I would not recommend it. The hotel serves breakfast daily and the Michelin rated restaurant serves lunch/dinner on a sporadic basis. The food is pricey, and staff are not able to communicate in English. The food is so so. There is no room service. Internet wireless speed is poor. There are no English speaking TV channels. My wife and I plan a fall visit and intend to stay here 3 nights and we book dinner in the restaurant the first evening. Following a lengthy drive from central Germany, a bathroom break is sorely needed on arrival. I ask the gentleman at the check-in desk to direct me to the nearest WC and I get the first clue things may not go well here with communication. After using various descriptors such as “toilet”, “WC”, “bathroom,” finally he understands a somewhat obtuse hand gesture and leads me to the bathroom. This first encounter is a foreboding clue to how the rest of the stay will unfold. I agree with most reviewers regarding the beautiful grounds and extraordinary room quality. We have room #3 on the second floor with a large deck overlooking the pond, swan, and beautiful fall foliage. This large room is air conditioned, has a large TV viewable from the bed, has 3 distinct sitting areas, plenty of power outlets, convenient lighting controls bedside, a large bathroom with a single sink, plenty of surface area to place toiletries, a large tub and separate shower, both with good water pressure. The toilet conveniently has a separate entrance from outside the bathroom. Everything about the place speaks of quality and serious attention to detail. One downside to the bathroom, per my wife, is the fact all activity within the bathroom is viewable from the bedroom with no blinds or other means of providing privacy. There are a lot of outdoor activities available here as mentioned by other reviewers. For evening time, there are no English speaking channels for TV viewing and WIFI is 3.5 Mbps down and .65 up. The speed is adequate for e-mail but it does not support using a computer to stream US media. Dinner is served from 7:00 to 8:30 pm in the Michelin rated hotel restaurant. The restaurant is open sporadically, sometimes on different days for lunch and/or dinner. Here is where the next problem arises with communication. It is impossible to understand the menu fixed prix options, and other than understanding the primary meat in each course offering, details are obscure. There is a list of daily special items, but knowing what they are or how they fit into the food plan remains a mystery. The hostess is able to provide a minimal and basic interpretation of the menu, but forget about finding out what the items are that are served between courses. As each flight is served, the waiter explains what he is serving in French, despite knowing we do not speak the language. I have the stuffed squab that is chewy and blandly seasoned. My wife has sea bass that is cooked appropriately but is over salted. Desert is excellent. There is a descent wine list, without which the dining experience for us is a waste of our time and money. On our first morning, the breakfast order is not prepared correctly and the person taking the order is not the one who delivers it, resulting in more confusion and frustration. After this, we inform hotel management we are not happy and will only be staying for two nights. The gentleman (owner?) seems genuinely concerned, understands our position and gives no push back to our request to depart early. Because it is Sunday, no stores are open in the surrounding villages. There are restaurants and cafes open for a few hours and we choose a top rated TripAdvisor restaurant where no one speaks English and Google Translate proves worthless. Luckily there is never a problem communicating for wine, but salads were the best we could muster up for lunch. For dinner, we break down and head to McDonalds in a neighboring village where there is no wine, but there are kiosks with pictures of the food you’re ordering. Food quality is comparable to the US. We decide to head back to Frankfurt the next morning where we enjoy all the things missing during our short stint in eastern France. In general, we find few issues with communication and dining any time of the day and any place we visit in Germany. In spite of our issues with Hotel Le Moulin, the owners deserve a lot of praise for the pride they take in their facility and the surrounding grounds. Waking in the morning to see a beautiful swan outside your door and hearing horses whinny nearby is very refreshing. It is not the hotels fault we don’t speak their language and for that reason I give the hotel a 4 star rating. Just know what the shortcomings are so you can avoid the disappointments we faced. However, the restaurant is a different story, and despite communication issues, we simply did not feel the food to be what we expected and it will be reviewed less favorably.…
absolutely lovely country hotel, set next to a rustling stream. I was here for business, so the little heart shaped pillow was really not for me - and frankly the mattress hung through like a bit of a hammock. But the building is beautiful, everything is kept in splendid condition and the service is super attentive throughout. Must come back for a weekend getaway.
This is a long overdue review. We have stayed at this little Boutique Hotel last year September with a couple of friends. The whole experience was just incredible. 1. The rooms Every room has a very unique design and it has a very homey feeling. They are spotless clean and very charming. 2. The grounds There are so many little details to discover while walking around. You can see that the owners of that place are very specific when it comes to details. Many little tables with table cloth and nice decoration are standing around and you have many seating options to enjoy the gardens. 3. The food Is so ohhh good! We had dinner and breakfast and it was just awesome. Our entire stay was just wonderful and I would highly recommend that place.
What a surprise to find this hotel in this rural area. It is a historic building, beautifully preserved. They gave me a really nice and huge room a the front of the building overlooking a little stream. Bedding was excellent and the bathroom was very spacious. The restaurant serves excellent food for dinner. Breakfast was also really nice.
This is our third time @ Le Moulin. The rooms, the nature and the service is one of the best ever. Breakfast is also worth mentioning. The variety, quality and the presentation was perfect. Our experience @ restaurant Le Jardin du Moulin has also been one of the unforgetables in the Alsace area.