The Rohan Palace
The Rohan de Strasbourg Palace was built between 1732 and 1742 designed by The King’s chief architect Robert de Cotte. It was built for the Cardinal Armand-Gaston de Rohan-Soubise, the Prince-Bishop of Strasbourg. The Episcopal palace was in fact modelled along the lines of a Parisian mansion. It represents one of the finest architectural achievements of the eighteenth century in France. The noble and classical elevation of its facades and sumptuous interior decoration define its charms. The palace was transformed into an imperial and royal residence following the Revolution, and since 1870 has housed the Archaeological Museum (in the basement), the Museum of Decorative Arts (on the ground floor) and the Museum of Fine Art (on the first floor).
On our nautical base, after visiting this sumptuous Palace or after a walk if the heart of Strasbourg you can also have a drink and enjoy an original moment of quiet on our terrace.
You are looking for a unique moment of escape? A quiet day on the Ill? A romantic escape on our electric and license free boat? With your family or your friends? What more original that visiting us at the 5 Quai du Woerthel for one or two hour or even half a day.