Hotel du Parc Mulhouse

A 2-minute walk from Gare Centrale train station

Hôtel du Parc Mulhouse 4* is ideally located in the city center of Mulhouse, in front of Parc Steinbach, 2 minutes from the train station and very close to the shopping district. It is also near all of the city’s main tourist attractions, such as the Fine Arts Museum, Théâtre de la Sinne and the famous Automobile Museum, as well as many restaurants, shops.

Address: 26, Rue De La Sinne, 68100, Mulhouse, France

  • 47.744934º47º 44' 41.7624" N
  • 7.339063º7º 20' 20.6268" E

Private parking: 18€/day

Gare Centrale train station (TGV Rhin-Rhône): 300 yds.

EuroAirport Basel-Mulhouse-Freiburg: 16 miles

Motorways: A35 and A36 (333 miles from Paris)

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Discover Mulhouse

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At the crossroads of 3 different countries

Mulhouse, the second largest city in the Haut-Rhin department in the Alsace region, enjoys a privileged location between the Vosges mountains and the Rhine, less than 16 miles from the border with Switzerland and Germany. It is the ideal starting point to discover the beautiful region of Alsace and its neighbouring countries.

A city of art and history

Thanks to its unique heritage, Mulhouse was awarded the title of “City of Art and History” by the French Ministry of Culture. The city has a total of 34 of monuments classed or registered as “Historical Monuments”. As well as its architectural beauty, Mulhouse has a fantastic cultural programme thanks to its many museums, festivals and shows.

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“The capital of technological museums”

Mulhouse has earned this nickname thanks to its many technological museums: the Cité de l’Automobile, the largest automobile museum in the world which includes the Schlumpf collection; the EDF Electropolis Museum, dedicated to electrical energy; and Cité du Train, the largest railway museum in Europe.

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A gourmet stay in the region of wines

Alsace is a region with a rich gastronomic and wine tradition that you can enjoy in its traditional restaurants, also known as winstub. If you love fine dining, don’t hesitate in trying Alsatian specialities: Fleischschnacka, choucroute, Mannala, Melfor… A world of flavours at your fingertips that you can accompany with an excellent Alsace DO wine.

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