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Situated on the eastern edge of France, close to the German and Swiss borders, Kyriad Mulhouse Est – Lutterbach provides convenient and comfortable accommodation. Whether guests are stopping-over, traveling on business, or enjoying a family break, there’s something for everyone in this quaint French city.
The hotel is located five kilometers from the city center, providing links to various activities and business hubs. For the travel-conscious, the nearest train station is seven kilometers away, while Basel/Mulhouse airport is just 20 kilometers from the hotel door. Business travelers will enjoy the easy access to the corporate centers of Basel and Zurich. Families on vacation can enjoy the technical museum and railway museum, both less than 10 minutes away, or visit the local zoo, golf course, and tennis courts. Equally, the local shopping center is two-minutes’ walk from the hotel.
There are 52 air-conditioned rooms on offer for up to three guests. Every room is equipped with a flat screen TV, free Wi-Fi access, a telephone, a courtesy tray, and an en suite bathroom. For guests with reduced mobility, two specially-adapted rooms are provided.
Guests can experience delicious, local cuisine at the on-site Karousel restaurant from Monday to Friday. Weekend meals are catered for with advanced booking. Lunch service is provided from 12:00pm to 2:00pm, while dinner is served from 7:00pm to 10:00pm.
With its cultural activities, proximity to major European hubs, and great access to the rest of France, guests at the Kyriad Mulhouse Est – Lutterbach are invited to enjoy the best of the region.
Colmar’s Musée Unterlinden is one of the most visited fine arts museums in France.
Located in Colmar, at the crossroads of Europe, with Germany and Switzerland on its doorstep, it occupies a unique architectural space that unites the 13th-century Dominican convent of Unterlinden with the highly contemporary new building by the Basel-based architects Herzog & de Meuron. The museum enjoys “Musée de France” status and presents a permanent collection covering nearly 7,000 years of art and history, from the Prehistoric period to 21st-century art, including one of the masterpieces of Western art: the Isenheim Altarpiece, created between 1512 and 1516 by Grünewald and Niclaus of Haguenau.