The Hotel*** Bar Restaurant Saint Christophe is in the heart of Belfort’s old town, a few minutes’ walk from the city center, and welcomes you for sightseeing, business trips or romantic getaways.
The Saint Christophe was completely renovated in early 2017 and welcomes you all year round in a warm and friendly atmosphere. Its rooms look out onto the Citadel and Lion of Belfort.
You can enjoy traditional cuisine made using the freshest ingredients from the seasonal menus.You can enjoy traditional cuisine made using the freshest ingredients from the seasonal menus.
The Hotel Restaurant Saint Christophe now offers a completely renovated space in the centre of the old town where you can combine work and relaxation.
This work space, for individuals or groups, is designed for meetings, seminars or co-working.
Try from our wide range of refined dishes (salads, grilled meats, fish etc.) on the restaurant’s terrace or in its dining room (air-conditioned in summer, cosy in winter).
The bar is open from 7 am on weekdays and from 8 am on weekends and public holidays. Breakfasts can be enjoyed on the terrace and the bar also offers aperitifs, tarte flambées (also known as flammekueche), as well as ice-creams and pastries.
Discover France's smallest département, tucked between the Vosges and the Jura, close to Alsace, Switzerland and Germany. Get away from it all in the Southern Vosges which descend from the Ballon d'Alsace down to Malsaucy Lake. Find spectacular viewpoints amongst the Jura mountains to the south. A whole host of outdoor activities are possible: cycling, hiking, canoeing and kayaking, running, golf etc. At the centre of this region Belfort hosts international festivals such as the Eurockeennes, FIMU, Entrevues, historical reconstructions and the winter festival in December.
Citadel - Lion of Belfort (200m)
Belfort's proud guardian commemorates the historic resistance of Belfort's troops led by Colonel Denfert-Rochereau while besieged by the Prussian army in 1870-1871
Flea market (20m)
Takes place on the first Sunday of every month from March to December. Belfort's flea market has run for fifty years and attracts about 150 vendors selling such items as antique furniture, children's toys, watches, religious artefacts and militery memorabilia
The Notre-Dame-du-Haut chapel is a world-famous example of religious architecture by Le Corbusier
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