Citadines Eurometropole opens green and modern aparthotel in Strasbourg

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Citadines Eurometropole opens green and modern aparthotel in Strasbourg

Citadines Eurometropole Strasbourg, the four-star aparthotel, has opened its doors for the first time in Strasbourg, France. Operated by the AEGIDE Group, the new facility has its own conference area that includes facilities for seminars, meetings and congresses for up to 300 people.

The Citadines Eurometropole Strasbourg is located in reach of the European Enterprise Centre and 10 minutes from the city centre.

The design of the new 166-apartment property incorporates the theme of nature, which can be found in the studios and apartments as well as public areas and a green rooftop terrace. Guests have access to a 400sqm Spa by Sothys.

Guests can check in themselves with the ‘LoungeUP’ app, communicate with the aparthotel team via WhatsApp or Messenger and access the door to their room via smartphone.

Business travellers can also access the ‘Smart Meeting’ service, which allows meetings to be organised with the help of artificial intelligence. The audiovisual equipment is integrated and can be controlled digitally, with the inclusion of systems such as touch screens, a document sharing system and BOSE sound system.

Benjamin Kuhn, general manager of Citadines Eurométropole Strasbourg, said: “The unique Smart Meeting offer in addition to the fine-dining restaurant and wellness facilities appeal to both business and leisure travellers. With Citadines Eurométropole Strasbourg, we offer a forward-thinking and eco-friendly travel experience.”

The construction of the building was in line with the ‘Gogreen@Ascott’ sustainability policy. Environmentally friendly materials were used, including wood, concrete, green roofs and a green wall in the lobby. This commitment also includes an energy-saving lighting concept, a local recycling system and a bicycle rental service.

The aparthotel also has its own underground car park with 166 parking spaces, including 15 charging stations for electric cars.

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