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  •  Bar
  •  Free WiFi
  •  Handicap-accessible
  •  Parking On Site
  •  Pet-friendly
  •  Restaurant
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With a stay at Hotel Le Bristol in Mulhouse, you’ll be convenient to Temple Saint Etienne and Parc Expo de Mulhouse. This hotel is within close proximity of Place de la Reunion and Mulhouse Hotel de Ville.


Make yourself at home in one of the 95 individually decorated guestrooms, featuring minibars and flat-screen televisions. Complimentary wireless Internet access keeps you connected, and cable programming is available for your entertainment. Private bathrooms with bathtubs or showers feature complimentary toiletries and hair dryers. Conveniences include phones, as well as desks and complimentary newspapers.

Spa, Wellness & Premium Amenities

Make use of convenient amenities, which include complimentary wireless Internet access and concierge services.

Food & Drink

Enjoy a meal at a restaurant, or stay in and take advantage of the hotel’s room service (during limited hours). Quench your thirst with your favorite drink at a bar/lounge.

Business & Travel Amenities

Featured amenities include a business center, dry cleaning/laundry services, and a 24-hour front desk. Self parking (subject to charges) is available onsite.

How to Get There

Hotel Le Bristol
18 Avenue de Colmar
Mulhouse, 68100 France


4.0 Very Good 586 Reviews
4 Star Hotel in a 1 Star Town
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

First, the hotel is very nice. Their in house restaurant is excellent. Check in was a bit confusing as we arrived during the dreaded 12pm-3pm time frame where it seems everything in France closes :( After waiting around for sometime in a lobby full of men attending (I guess) some type of conference going on in the hotel I was told we needed to come back after 3pm to check in and was directed to wait in our car in the parking lot which others have mentioned is not free--but at least it is gated. Once checked in and moved to a room that actually locked the facilities themselves were very nice and included a jacuzzi tub. The room was decorated in a calming blue and yellow decor. I must warn future travelers that the area of Mulhouse this hotel resides is not the most pleasant part of town, though I'm not sure there is a pleasant side of Mulhouse anywhere. Everything is run down, dirty, and on the sleazy side. There is a very clean laundromat down the street so if you're needing to clean clothes during your stay you do have that option close by. The hotel is in walking distance of the Car Museum and there is also a tram stop nearby that you can catch to the Train and Electricity Museum. Though the Hotel itself is very nice I will never be going back to Mulhouse again.

Nice and clean hotel in a central location
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

This is a budget hotel in central Mulhouse. Location is good. 5 mins walk from old town. 10 mins walk from central square. Rooms are small, but comfortable and very clean.
Breakfast had a nice variety of cheese and sausages. The hotel offers parking, which is not free.

Beautiful and quaint
Reviewed 4 months ago

Conning from a place where architecture is different, i fell in love with this hotel as soon as i entered the reception. Beautiful and old style, quaint and delicate. Evrrything is aesthetically pleasing from the furniture to the strong colours. Stayed in this hotel fron the 27th of December to the 3rd of January, 2018.
The room was large enough for 2 people and nicely laid out. Breakfast was a bit of a disappointment though as there was a continental breakfast and not the one were you have the hot section. Only cereals, cold cuts, bread and pastries were available. Dinner was a fixed menu which was different every night.

Excellent for a week end stay and a visit to the Schlumpf Museum
Reviewed 4 months ago

Arrived here around midnight on a Friday...reception was friendly and welcoming and we were able to get a late night supper served in the restaurant with no bother !
Room was clean,spacious with an enormous double bed...mini bar, modern TV and a very ample bathroom with it's own spa bath...could not have been better for our 2 night stay and was conveniently placed for shopping and eating out...the museum is walkable but the tram is close by and useful on a wet January day..
Plenty to eat for breakfast in a buffet style,possibly a tad expensive, but then you don't need lunch !

It could have been good...but it’s over now
Reviewed 6 months ago

The hotel is in a built-up area. Parking Intercom was not answered so had to go to reception. No one was at reception, had to wait until someone appeared. Car park was not easy to get to, and only half the gate opens, a bit narrow for a generously-sized car but we made it. Parking plentiful and easy. Once upstairs we got lost in a maze of narrow corridors - ideal for the set of a thriller/horror movie! Room finally located, we were pleasantly surprised by the size of the room and bathroom; they appeared to be spotless and newly decorated. Bathroom had ceramic & marble double-wash basin, & a jacuzzi (we didn’t have a chance to test it), but no bidet even though there was plenty of space for it, & being in France it was expected. Now to the bed... there was a sofa in the room (which the manager must have picked up from a skip & thought let’s put it in room 122), it’s completely worn out and pointless since there were 3 good chairs and a nice coffee table, and it could not be used to watch TV as the TV is around the corner (room L-shaped). The large king-sized bed was the union of 2 separately-made single beds (covered by a large frayed quilt-like cover) taking away the option of spooning. One of the single bed mattresses had a very noisy plastic mattress cover which we had to remove (we assume the previous guest had warned the hotel of incontinence and staff forgot about it). TV had 6/7 channels all in French & given the penchant of the French for rhetoric, mostly talk shows, if you don’t speak French don’t bother. There was a piece of furniture with sliding rotating top placed in front of the radiator which for the life of us we couldn’t work out what it was for, nor why it was it in the room at all. We don’t foresee going back ourselves but for £60 we cannot completely condemn it.......Your call!