While the area it’s in is a series of apartment flat complexes, this is a better place to stay than busy Basel. Great place if you are passing through, Owner is good with communication. That it had a washer and dryer(!) made it perfect for our needs.
Great location close to Basel airport and good value for price. Large rooms and hipster vibe. A good Italian restaurant around the corner.
Having 2 large and 2 carry on bags, it was very appreciated to have and elevator. Upon check in I communicated that a wake up call would be needed and they made arrangements to have that done. A very enjoyable stay
Owner was very helpful and sent emails in advance with details needed
It is a clean and friendly hotel nearby the Basel airport, 3 minutes of taxi ride or 15 minutes by walking from the airport. The room is clean with a sink for washing face and brush teeth, sheets are all nicely changed, staff is very helpful and breakfast is good. There are community shower and bathroom, ...
Everything. Air conditioned. We needed longer accommodations than expected and they were very accommodating.
Wow! What a wonderful breakfast. Quiet and quaint. Great bed.
EuroAirport is a couple of miles northwest of Basel city centre. An international airport serving Switzerland, France and Germany, EuroAirport was extensively redeveloped in the 2000s and now sees over seven million passengers travel through its terminal every year. The departure lounge is well stocked with shopping and dining options, while accommodation nearby include a handful of hotels in Blotzheim and Saint-Louis, plus a huge range of places to stay in the cosmopolitan city of Basel, including historic, luxury and business hotels.
EuroAiport is technically in France but is on the border where Switzerland, Germany and France meet. Its full name, EuroAirport Basel Mulhouse Freiburg, shows its importance to each of the three countries, and it’s one of only a few airports in the world operating under a joint agreement between two countries, France and Switzerland. EuroAirport is 12 miles from Mulhouse in France, just under 30 miles from Freiburg in Germany and only two miles from Basel, offering the utmost convenience to visitors of the cultural capital of Switzerland.
Thanks to Basel’s efficient public transport system, no matter where in Basel you’ve chosen to stay, travelling from EuroAirport to your hotel should be quick and simple – it takes about 20 minutes by bus to get to the city centre. All visitors staying in the city can take advantage of the Mobility Ticket, which gives you free use of public transport in Basel and the surrounding areas for the duration of your stay, up to a maximum of 30 days, as long as you’re staying in officially registered accommodation. You’ll receive your ticket on check in to your hotel, but to make things even easier, you can use your booking confirmation to get to your Basel hotel from EuroAirport when you first arrive.
If you need to stay close to EuroAirport, you’re best off choosing a hotel in Basel, as the city and airport are so well connected and there’s such a wide range of accommodation in Basel to suit all tastes and requirements. Basel has several internationally renowned hotel brands to choose from, as well as a great variety of smaller hotels and apartments to help you feel right at home. Whether you’re looking for a B&B or hostel, or would rather stay in a luxury suite or historic hotel, you’ll be sure to find it in Basel.
Whatever brings you to EuroAirport, there’s a wealth of things to see and do in Basel, whether you’ve got a few hours or days to spare. Top of many visitors’ must-see lists are the Kunstmuseum and Beyeler Foundation for art, the Town Hall and Basel Cathedral for history, and Basel Zoo and Botanical Gardens for a day out with a difference. So wherever you choose to stay near the EuroAirport, you’ll find a wonderful city full of attractions within easy reach of your hotel.
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