I stayed in Basel for 3 days for an official visit. Overall, Euler hotel was comfortable and cozy with the tram station in front of it. Location is great and is at walking distance from shops and other entertainment locations. Food was average, hotel rooms were small (like in most of Europe). They give you a mobility pass for free travel in buses and trams, which is great. Switzerland is an expensive place, so be prepared to shell out a little more.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The Hotel Euler was built in 1867 by Abraham Euler and is one of the earliest tributes to high-end hospitality in Europe. Since 1981 it has belonged to the Manz Family. This elegant four stars superior hotel was completely refurbished in May 2008 in a modern style, still keeping the traditional elegance of a grand hotel. It has 66 rooms, 6 of which are junior suites. All rooms offer the highest in comfort and modern technology and combine modernity with tradition and design. The Euler restaurant and bars combine seasonal specialities with classic traditional dishes and cater to all needs, from a hearty breakfast to a fast business lunch to a cosy candle light dinner. In the summer time the Euler Terrace is one of Basel’s main meeting points, for a quick coffee or an aperitif. A Starbucks coffee shop on premises completes the food and beverage offer. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Euler Hotel Basel