Excellence à la française

A prestigious place in the heart of Strasbourg

Set in an outstanding decor, at the heart of Strasbourg, on the edge of the historical ‘Petite France’ quarter, rediscover the unique charm of the Haras:

A mesmerizing and secret place, built in the mid 18th century along the medieval ramparts of Strasbourg, nestled in the former National Stud Farm, and classified as a historical monument since 1922, renovated by the architecture agency Denu and Paradon

ONE PROJECT, THREE WORLDS

Welcome to a setting of excellence

The Hotel****

A truly contemporary place, inspired from the history of the National Stud Farm and the universe of horses…

The Hotel Les Haras celebrates noble materials such as leather and wood to have its guests travel through centuries.

The Brasserie

The Brasserie restaurant entertains you to a modern, congenial cuisine, imagined by Marc Haeberlin, 3-star chef of the Auberge de l’Ill. Discover the great classics of French cuisine along with special Alsatian delicacies or dishes inspired from the world over.

The biocluster

The Biocluster was established in the former riding stables of the Haras. It accommodates innovative start-up companies, and also allows to organize conferences, seminars and events in a unique setting in Strasbourg

HISTORY

of the National Stud Farm

The former national stud farm of Strasbourg, which was built in the 18th century, is an outstanding piece of architecture, the front of the building, the roof, the monumental gate, as well as the main stable, are all classified as historical monuments.

The building became the headquarters of the city’s horse riding academy in 1752, and in 1756 it became the home of the Royal Stud Farm under the authority of Marquis d’Argenson, who was head of the kingdom’s stud farms. The school disappeared at the French Revolution. Only under Napoleon I did the school make a come back in 1823. The riding school came back to life once again between 1830 and 1845. However, it closed again later on, and for good this time.

2005
In March 2005, the horses were finally moved away from the prestigious buildings.
2009
In 2009, the IRCAD was commissioned by the city of Strasbourg to exploit and renovate the Haras.
2010
From 2010, the IRCAD undertook the first restoration works under the aegis of the Ministry of Culture.
2013
After the completion of the renovation works, the brasserie restaurant and hotel Les Haras welcome the general public, Strasbourg’s area residents and visitors from the world over.
2014
After the completion of the renovation works, the brasserie restaurant and hotel Les Haras welcome the general public, Strasbourg’s area residents and visitors from the world over.

From Ircad to Les Haras

Perpetuating excellence

The Haras were renovated by IRCAD and perpetuate the sense of excellence of this world-famous institute.

IRCAD trains over 5,500 surgeons from 116 countries every year and has become the world's number one minimally invasive surgery training center. Several mirror IRCAD institutes were created around the world : IRCAD Taiwan in 2008, followed by two IRCAD centers in Brazil (in Sao Paulo in 2011 and Rio de Janeiro in 2017).

In order to maintain its world leader status, the institute has chosen to renovate this magical place, classified as a historical monument :
> To increase its attractiveness
> To pursue its development
> To make the most of a new economic concept, as most of the profit made will go to the Institute.
> To create employment incentives

IRCAD has decided to implement a Biocluster with the support of local authorities : a business incubator which aims to encourage technology transfer in the field of medicine and surgery.

As a non-profit and general interest organization, IRCAD is proud to have taken part in the renovation works, and to have put forward this gem of Strasbourg's historical heritage. Les Haras, which used to be inaccessible, are now open to the public.

Présentation du site

En vertu de l’article 6 de la loi n° 2004-575 du 21 juin 2004 pour la confiance dans l’économie numérique, il est précisé aux utilisateurs du site des Haras de Strasbourg l’identité des différents intervenants dans le cadre de sa réalisation et de son suivi.

Siège social

Institut de Recherche contre les Cancers de l’Appareil Digestif – IRCAD
1 place de l’Hôpital – Hôpitaux Universitaires de STRASBOURG
67000 STRASBOURG
33 (0)3 88 11 90 00
33 (0)3 88 11 90 99
info@ircad.fr

N° TVA Intracommunautaire

FR 45 391 854 791 00012

Directeur de la publication

Jacques Marescaux, Président

Hébergeur

SDV Plurimédia
15 rue de la nuée bleue
67000 Strasbourg
www.sdv.fr

Développement et design

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Propriété intellectuelle et contrefaçons

Toute reproduction, représentation, modification, publication, adaptation de tout ou partie des éléments du site, quel que soit le moyen ou le procédé utilisé, est interdite, sauf autorisation écrite préalable des Haras de Strasbourg. Toute exploitation non autorisée du site ou d'un quelconque élément qu’il contient sera considérée comme constitutive d’une contrefaçon et poursuivie conformément aux dispositions des articles L.335-2 et suivants du Code de Propriété Intellectuelle.

Crédits photos : IRCAD, P. BOGNER, J. DUFFET, H. HILAIRE.

Association de Droit local Alsacien-Mosellan inscrite au Registre des Associations près le Tribunal d’Instance de STRASBOURG, volume LXIV, n° 119, le 13 avril 1992