Luxury hotels in Basel
Swissôtel Le Plaza
Its exclusive location close to the exhibition hall, just a few minutes’ walk from the picturesque banks of the Rhine make the Swissôtel Le Plaza an ideal hotel for an enjoyable stay in Basel. Business travellers and holidaymakers feel particularly at home in the generously designed rooms of this five star hotel. Carefully selected dishes and beverages can be enjoyed in style in a comfortable atmosphere in the evening at the hotel’s own bar and in the gourmet restaurant Grill25. The Swissôtel Le Plaza offers modern fitness equipment for active guests. You can recharge your batteries for the coming day in the sauna or relax with a massage.
Grand Hotel Les Trois Rois
The five-star hotel is situated in the heart of Basel. The view of the Rhine is best enjoyed eating on the patio, from the conservatory or in one of the luxurious rooms. There are 101 rooms available. It is a difficult choice to make because each room is individually designed. One choice is the Napoleon Suite. Although Napoleon never personally stayed here, the suite somehow gives the impression that he has just left the room. It is reminiscent of a state dinner by Napoleon in the year 1797. Food in the Cheval Blanc restaurant is still a special experience today. The kitchen focuses on Mediterranean haute cuisine.
RAMADA PLAZA Basel
The RAMADA PLAZA Basel is located directly in the exhibition grounds, making it a perfect place for conferences and business trips in the border triangle of Germany, France and Switzerland. A professional conference service helps you prepare meetings and can turn complex event ideas into reality. An aroma steam room and a Finnish sauna, a fitness room and solarium are available for relaxation afterwards. In the hotel’s own restaurant, the kitchen team prepares ingredients fresh from the market to make culinary highlights; the recipes are often their own creations. The historic old town that is unique to Europe is found in the direct vicinity of the hotel. Numerous museums invite you to enjoy a cultural visit.