Points of interest around your Mulhouse hotel
Mulhouse is an eastern-French city located close to the German and Swiss borders in the Haut-Rhin département. Two rivers run through the city, the Ill and the Doller. The city is an industrial stronghold and is well known for its automobile and railway museums, as well as being home to Upper Alsace University. There is a range of excellent business hotels in Mulhouse, located both in the town centre and the more rural and suburban surroundings.
What is there to do outside of business hours in Mulhouse?
The city centre features several malls, including the Centre Commercial Porte Jeune and La Cour des Marechaux – both offer a range of shops and restaurants. There are three cinema complexes in the city centre that screen all the latest releases, one of the more notable theatres being the Kinepolis Mulhouse. For a relaxing business lunch or casual after-hours meeting, Restaurant Zum Saüwadala comes highly recommended and serves local Alsatian specialities. Meanwhile, Restaurant Le 17 serves delicious French cuisine. Should your hotel not have a gym, the Gymnase Fitness Club offers a decent range of muscle-building and cardio equipment.
Is Mulhouse easy to access? What can the city offer in the way of business facilities?
Gare de Mulhouse, the railway station in the city, offers excellent connections with other major destinations in France such as Paris, Dijon and Lyon. The city is served by the EuroAirport Basel-Mulhouse-Freiburg (BSL), located 25 kilometres from the centre of town. The airport boasts ten fully-equipped conference rooms with all necessary technology to accommodate up to 90 delegates, as well as a business centre. In the town centre, the Parc Expo de Mulhouse has a range of facilities for conferences, expositions and other business events.
What sights should I see around my Mulhouse hotel?
There is plenty of culture and education to soak up around your Mulhouse hotel. With almost 400 vehicles on display, the Cité de l’Automobile museum has the largest collection of automobiles in the world, including a stunning array of Bugatti cars. The Cité du Train, or Train City, is the largest railway museum in the world and includes displays honouring the “Golden Century of Railway.” The Musée EDF Electropolis has exhibits relating to the discovery of electricity as well as various technical presentations showing how electricity has impacted our lives.