Hotel ibis Mulhouse Ville Gare Centrale
53, rue de Bale
53, rue de Bale
The hotel is a 10-minute walk from the historic center of Mulhouse and the SNCF train station and offers a 24-hour reception. All rooms are non-smoking and are equipped with reverse-cycle air conditioning. The shower rooms are equipped with a hair dryer. Although there is not a restaurant, snacks are available in the inviting bar area, which includes a TV and library. The private outdoor car park is paying and does not have a height limit.
Discover the specialties of the Alsace region and the tarte flambée (Alsatian style pizza) in all its forms at the adjoining Winstub à l'Étoile restaurant.
The ibis Mulhouse Ville Gare Centrale hotel is in a great location at the border with Switzerland and Germany. On the road to Basel, Fribourg and Strasbourg. Near the wine route and the Vosges mountains. Restaurants available in the vicinity
GPS : 47.747321, 7.346044
Warm, modern en comfortabel, met een zacht bed en een functionele badkamer. De kamer beschikt over alles om u thuis te laten voelen
The functional and comfortable ibis room is perfect for work or relaxation, and offers everything you need to enjoy your stay: bedding and duvet, large desk, Internet, TV with all the main channels and a pleasant bathroom.
The Bar: a friendly place to get together at any time of day.
Reviews collected from customers who booked on AccorHotels.com
The hotel is right on the edge of the nice part of town but bordering on the less nice part of town. It has all the usual Ibis features, it's clean and breakfast is the same in all the other Ibis hotels, but very good value for money. Check in and out is speedy by friendly staff who speak English well enough - certainly better than my French. We were travelling by motorcycles and were only charged for 1 space in the car park between us. The car park is very secure and access is either by a coded door from the hotel or via a coded electric gate from a side street. My best tip for Mulhouse is to turn right out of the hotel and never left, otherwise you end up in what appears to be a French ghetto, probably safe enough but I don't think I'd like to be there of an evening on my own. The town is lovely with things happening on summer evenings. Not my favourite town in France but the hotel is fine with nothing to worry about for an overnight stay en-route to somewhere else.
I arrived at the hotel about 4pm, at the desk i asked the young lady if i could book an extra room because we had been traveling 300 miles and were both very tired and would like to have a good night sleep as we have a similer distance to drive the following day. the lady said she would put us in adjacent non smoking rooms,which was ok. However when we entered the rooms they were cleary not non smoking rooms, the smell of tobacco was strong, however we were very tired and did not complain.Unfortuntly this was the start of our problems.We had a meal in the restarant and had an early night at about 10pm. then the noise from french speaking people started at about 1am with no concern that gests may be asleep and carried on to around 2/30 am in a loud manner, as i was awake i watched the TV untill around 3 am when i went to sleep.Then i was awakned at around 7-8 am when there was a repeat of the night calling each other in a loud manner with no consern to other gests. We complained to the reception in the morning but they were not conserned on what happened.We therefore had breakfast and left.We will not stay in this hotel again.
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