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Heritage: 500 years of history

Once the Auberge Alsacienne, discover the Cour du Corbeau, an early 16th-century building in the heart of Strasbourg.

For over three centuries, the inn welcomed illustrious travelers such as the Duke of Bavaria, Swedish General Gustav Horn and the Maréchal de Turenne. Some left written records of their visits, such as the Duc de Chevreuse, who admired the magnificent copper buckets chiselled to draw water from the wells and fountains.

In 1852, the “Ott Frères” glassworks moved into part of the buildings, preserving the magic of the place for almost 130 years. The Cour du Corbeau, listed as a historic monument in 1930, was unfortunately abandoned after the glassworks left in 1982.

In 2007, the titanic two-year renovation work began… The new owners and architects set about reviving its history and cachet of yesteryear, like archaeologists, restoring its facades and carved wooden balusters, even finding the establishment’s historical inscription engraved in the wood…

On May 1, 2009, the Cour du Corbeau hotel opened its doors and came back to life, just like its neighborhood, which is reinventing itself by reconnecting with its past.

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