A4 Motorway guide - Paris-Strasbourg

Plus Paris - Germany routes -   A4   +   A320  

Route guide showing hotels just off the motorway 


Map showing hotels with very easy access from the motorway

Hotels, die leicht von dem Autobahn erreichbar sind

Hotels near motorway exits on the Paris - Metz - Germany motorway
For hotels in Strasbourg see city guide to Strasbourg 

Click here for hotels between
Dijon and the south of France via A39  and Lyon
Click here for
Paris to Bordeaux motorway hotels

Hotels beside the  A4  + A320 motorways Paris - Rheims - Metz - Strasbourg

► Click any  marker on the map and a bubble will show up with details of the hotel in that location. There are plenty of motorway exits that lead to hotels: but it is not always easy to find them. The hotels listed on this map have been specifically chosen because they really are close to the exit, and easy to access. Clicking on a red bubble will open up a brief information window, with essential information for the hotel, and a link to the hotels' own websites or other booking sites, with online booking and often the best offers available .

Only hotels that are close to motorway exits and easy to find

   The hotels listed include low-cost , economy and midscale hotels from the main chains, plus some independent establishments.
   NB: "Close to the exit" does not have to mean noisy. All these modern hotels are well insulated and soundproofed.
   Left click and hold to move the map around in its frame.

A choice of carefully selected hotels in Strasbourg.

These hotels are conveniently located in or near the city centre, and all have favourable reviews from travellers. Click links for details and to book at best rates . See Strasbourg city guide

Travelling from Boulogne or Dunkirk or Calais  to Strasbourg or Germany:
 For a guide to motorway hotels between Calais and Strasbourg, first check out our map showing hotels between Calais and Reims on the A26 section of this route, then follow on with this map for the second half of the route.

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Map Key: Easily accessible hotels

Quality 3 or 4-star classic independent hotels with character
Upscale chains such as Mercure or Holiday Inn
Midscale chains such as Campanile, Kyriad or Ibis Styles
Budget hotels - 1 star or 2 stars. Ace, Ibis Budget, F1 and others
Hotel clusters: more than one hotel of different categories

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