The Obernai Christmas Market is one of the most typical Christmas markets in Alsace in the heart of the Fir Tree Country. Thanks to its magnificent facades, its belfry and its beautiful buildings, the city of Obernai is a pleasant place to live. Endowed with an incomparable charm, this city transports its visitors into another world for the Christmas and New Year's holidays. Moreover, choosing the hotel Les Jardins d'Adalric for your stay in Obernai is the guarantee of a successful stay.
Also known as the Obernai Christmas Market of Crafts and Gastronomy, this market is held every year during the Advent period from the end of November to the end of December. Conviviality and authenticity are the characteristics of this typically Alsatian Christmas market. It gathers about forty chalets held by passionate craftsmen with a real know-how. This event is also an opportunity to taste local products, to prepare for the end of year celebrations and to taste the famous Obernois mulled wine. Carefully selected, the exhibitors are able to offer products combining quality and uniqueness. If you want to experience a warm atmosphere with your family or friends, just come to the Obernai Christmas Market.
In order to enjoy the Obernai Christmas Market and its good products, the best is to find a hotel in Obernai itself. Located in one of the quiet places of Obernai, the hotel Les Jardins d'Adalric is the perfect place to enjoy a festive and relaxing stay. Opening its doors on July 1, 1991, this hotel has been combining friendliness and comfort since its creation. For your holiday plans in Alsace, Les Jardins d'Adalric is the perfect hotel with an authentic and original style. Its many years of existence have allowed this hotel to distinguish itself by offering professional services to its guests. Composed of 44 rooms and 2 suitesThe hotel Les Jardins d'Adalric welcomes its guests in a haven of peace set in the heart of a garden with trees. This 3-star hotel offers you to start your day with a good breakfast concocted with local products, before tackling the city's Christmas market.