Modern 3 * design and lifestyle hotel in Basel on the Rhine
Unique because the hotel has remarkable architecture, a clear design, and functional and contemporary furnishings. Quite unique because DasBreite Hotel employs people with disability pensions in the restaurant and housekeeping and thus promotes their integration into society. Quite unique because private atmosphere prevails here. DasBreite Hotel surprises its guests with very attentive service and dedicated and warm hospitality. The 36 rooms have a modern and elegant design. The clear lines and restrained forms give the rooms a quiet and harmonious atmosphere in combination with the colour accents and the warm brown of the wood floors. The rooms are on average large with modern and practical furnishings. Some of the rooms are also suitable for wheelchair users. The hotel also has free Internet access (LAN) and free WiFi in all rooms. The generous breakfast buffet is included in the room rate. It offers everything you need for a good start to the day. Pastries, fresh fruit, or on request fried or scrambled eggs are included as are coffee and tea. Due to the ideal location, the hotel is easy to get to both by car (on-site underground parking) and public transport.
Where cosmopolitan bustle is combined with comfort and urbanity meets tradition: discover the Basel lifestyle. Experience the diversity of the landscape in Basel Land.
In addition, the location on the border area of France and Germany guarantees variety and top quality on the menu. Whether you're looking for traditional cuisine, exquisite haute cuisine, or exotic specialties - the local gastronomy leaves nothing to be desired.
In the summer months, Basel desire to enjoy life is particularly evident. Many Basel locals indulge in a recreational pastime with a difference: every year in August the official Rhine swim is held, which has now become a tradition. And on all other days too, you can swim in the cool water in the city on the Rhine. If you mingle with the swimmers, you'll experience firsthand why the Mediterranean seems so close here.
Münster und Pfalz, the Town Hall and market, Tinguely Fountain, ferries, Spalentor, Theater Basel, Kunstmuseum Basel, Fondation Beyeler, Kunstmuseum Basel, Vitra Design Museum and the Vitra Campus, Museum Tinguely, Basel Exhibition, Novartis Campus, Roche Tower, pasture cafés am Rhein, harbour area on Klybeckquai, Basel Zoo, Rhine boating trips
Watch and jewellery fair Baselworld, Art Basel, Basel Tattoo, the river music Festival, Official Rhine Swim, Swiss Indoors Basel, the autumn fair, Avo session Basel, the Christmas market, museum night, Basler Fasnacht
The region of Basel, in the Northwest of Switzerland and at the gates of the city of Basel, borders Germany and France and is well known for the nearby Jura landscape with its nearly pristine nature. For this reason the Basel region with its gently rolling, forested hills, is especially cherished by bikers and hikers. In Arlesheim, not far from the city of Basel, one can view Switzerland’s only cathedral. Numerous fortresses and castles line over 1000 kilometers of hiking trails in the region. Liestal, the main town in the Basel region is worth visiting given its picturesque old town. Whoever walks through Dornach is surprised by its unique architecture. For instance, the reinforced concrete building that houses the second Goetheanum, the center of the General Anthroposophical Society, which is active worldwide.
Only dome in Switzerland in Arlesheim, old town Liestal, viewpoint Belchenfluh, Augusta Raurica in Augst, Castle Pratteln, Lange Erlen zoo, monastery Mariastein
DasBreite Hotel is located on the southern bank of the Rhine in the Breite quarter. The hotel is easy to get to, whether by car (motorway exit "Breite") or public transport (bus and tram stop "Breite").