The Kammerzell House in Strasbourg


cheap hotel in straburg in the historic center near the house Kammerzell
The house bears the name of the grocer Kammerzell, its owner in the nineteenth century but owes its current appearance to Martin Braun, a cheese merchant, who acquires it in 1571.
The rich decoration of the facade, both secular and sacred, is inspired by the Bible, Greco-Roman antiquity and the Middle Ages.
The restoration campaign of 1892 darkened the whole, but this setting still bears witness to the cultural influences of a Strasbourg bourgeois in the sixteenth century.
Inside the building, you can admire Leo Schnug's remarkable mural paintings, made around 1905.

Maison Kammerzell is a 15-minute walk from the hotel via rue Général de Castelnau.