Arrayed across several historic half-timbered houses, La Maison Des Têtes offers an indulgent stay in the heart of Colmar. The 21 rooms have been thoughtfully updated with all the modern comforts while preserving their 17th-century character — you’ll find original beams exposed alongside sleek, contemporary furniture. The hotel’s location is walking distance from many of the city’s important sights, including the Unterlinden Museum and Place Jeanne d’Arc.
The hotel has two restaurants — the Michelin-starred Girardin, where you can dine on haute cuisine in an airy, minimalist setting, and Brasserie des Têtes, a casual bistro with a menu of traditional Alsatian dishes served from a cast-iron stove.
We love La Maison Des Têtes for its precise balance of modern style and respect for the buildings’ heritage, as well as its exceptional restaurants.
The 21 rooms share a minimalist style, with a gray-and-white palette that contrasts with the hotel’s historic features, like dark beams and wooden panels. Heavy draperies, crisp white linens, and sleek modern furniture add to the understated atmosphere. You can choose from a street or courtyard view, and families can opt for the Duplex or Character rooms, which sleep four.
Free Wi-Fi is available in all rooms.
The hotel is tucked into a quiet residential area in central Colmar, blending seamlessly with the area’s beautifully maintained 17th-century half-timbered houses. You’re a short walk from Unterlinden Museum and Place Jeanne d’Arc, as well as the Petite Venice district.
Food and drink
Michelin-starred Girardin serves pre-fixe dinners Fridays to Tuesdays, and lunch on weekends.
The menu at Brasserie des Têtes features hearty Alsatian fare for lunch and dinner.
Cribs are available upon request.
Duplex and Character rooms both sleep up to four.
Facilities and activities
Bicycles available for your use.
Terrace for enjoying a drink.
Location & places nearby
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Experiences while staying here
The following activities are designed to give you the most authentic experiences of the area where you’re staying. We work with local guides, who use their knowledge and often a resident’s eye to show you the main sights and more out-of-the-way attractions. Our specialists can also suggest outdoor pursuits and activities, such as cooking classes, that will introduce you to the traditions of the area’s inhabitants.
Discover the history and architecture of Colmar, widely regarded as the capital of the wine region and one of the prettiest towns in Alsace. You’ll wander through cobblestone lanes and past half-timbered houses to discover the town’s long and complicated history.