Mövenpick to open hotel in Basel

Mövenpick Hotels & Resorts will open a new 264-room hotel in Basel's city centre in 2019, set to become the hotel group's flagship hotel in Europe.

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The hotel will offer 1,800sqm of meeting space, divided into 20 different rooms. The 500sqm ballroom with a seven-metre-high ceiling will be able to accommodate up to 600 people.

Located in the heart of the city, next to the SBB railway station, the hotel can be accessed from several European cities.          

Mövenpick Hotel Basel will have a total of 264 rooms and suites – including 50 Mövenpick Sleep rooms where guests can enjoy a good night’s sleep in individually adjustable beds. Another highlight will be the Executive Lounge with a floor-to-ceiling window front and a furnished terrace with park views.  

The on-site brasserie restaurant will have a show kitchen serving modern dishes with a twist from the border triangle region of Switzerland, France and Germany.  In the ground-floor lobby there will be a Mövenpick wine & coffee lounge, featuring an outside seating area.

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