Located just at the edge of the historic district in Colmar makes it accessible to many of the best things to see and do without being right in the thick of the tourist area. It is close to the Monoprix for groceries (2 minutes away) and a couple of bakeries for your morning bread. It is about a 15 minute walk to the train station. There was a good clothes washer in the bathroom, and it was so hot when we were there that the clothes dried very quickly on the drying rack provided. There were 4 of us in the apartment which was spacious enough. The apartment was a 3 bedroom and could sleep 7 but the kitchen would have been very cramped. The parking garage was a bit challenging. The instructions were not clear but basically the only way to access the parking spot was to go down the exit ramp on the left (ignore the arrows on the pavement). If you go down the ramp you would normally expect to enter a parking structure you're in a maze of parking rows that have been turned into garages with no where to easily turn around. One level does not connect with the next level. Once we understood this, it was not a problem. This parking fee is non-negotiable even if you don't have a car (we only rented a car for one day). The parking fee also includes the cleaning fee and wifi (good signal!) but this should be made clear on the apartment description. There is a hefty damage deposit and once pay pal fees are included on both the deposit and then on the refund you are losing some money. The day we left we made it clear that we had to be out of the apartment by 0830h to catch a train. We repeated this to the owner several times. Maybe there was a language issue. By 0845h we just left the keys on the table and walked out. The owner showed up at 1000h so I would make sure that you are very clear on the checkout details. We got our damage deposit back no problem, plus we had taken photos of the place before we left to prove that we had left it clean and in good order.