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Hotel Roi Soleil Mulhouse Sausheim2 Star Hotel

Departementale 201, 68390 Sausheim

Guest review score

7.7 from 61 reviews

Clients appreciate the hotel rooms are all equipped with free Wi-Fi internet access and en suite bathrooms, A Celtic town stood on the hill now occupied by Basel’s Cathedral in the first century BC, but the city is traditionally dated to 44 BC, when the nearby Roman city of Augusta Raurica was also founded. By 374 AD, Basilia was a fort, and seat of a bishopric following the Alemans’ destruction of Augusta Raurica in the fifth century. In 917, the Huns swept through, sacking the town and destroying the Carolingian cathedral, but nonetheless by the thirteenth century, Basel had become a prominent town in the region. In 1225, Bishop Heinrich II of Thun built the first bridge across the Rhine – ancestor of today’s Mittlere Brücke – which coincided with the opening of a road over the Gotthard Pass into Italy, thus ensuring Basel’s continuing growth as a natural focus for trade. Plague ravaged the population in 1349, killing some 14,000, and just seven years later a major earthquake and subsequent fire razed much of the city. Shortly after, the two communities on either side of the Rhine – Grossbasel and Kleinbasel – united as a single city. For almost 20 years, which is 1431–49,, the ecumenical Council of Basel pushed the city into the European limelight as the church set about reforming itself; Pope Felix V was crowned in Basel during the council’s deliberations in 1440, and merchants, philosophers, emperors, princes and bishops flocked to the city, spurring the growth of papermaking, printing, and the development of ideas and trade in the region. Visitors appreciate the hotel offers affordable accommodation in Sausheim, Throughout the nineteenth century, a massive growth in industry led to the construction of the gigantic port facilities on the Rhine at the turn of the twentieth century, which still handle a large proportion of Swiss import/export trade a century later. But Basel is best known these days as a centre of both banking and chemical industry: the companies which started out dyeing silk ribbons woven by Huguenot refugees centuries ago are now the world’s largest pharmaceutical companies, with their headquarters and laboratory facilities still in Basel. The Bank for International Settlements, which is BIS, – a kind of supranational controlling body used by governments. It is a 10-minute drive north of Mulhouse's city centre and a 20-minute drive from EuroAirport Basel Mulhouse Freiburg, Out of the centre of Mulhouse, near the northwestern suburb of DORNACH, in the direction of the A36 autoroute, is the Musée Français du Chemin de Fer, 2 rue Alfred-de-Glehn, which is daily: April–Sept 9am–6pm; Oct–March 9am–5pm; €7 combined ticket with Musée des Sapeurs-Pompiers, or €9.20 joint ticket with the Electropolis, ; take bus #17 from Porte-Jeune Place to stop "Musée du Chemin de Fer". Railway rolling stock on display includes Napoléon III's aide-de-camp's drawing room, decorated by Viollet-le-Duc in 1856, and a luxuriously appointed 1926 diner from the Golden Arrow. There are cranes, stations, signals and related artefacts, but the stars of the show are the big locomotive engines with brightly painted boilers, gleaming wheels and pistons, and tangles of brass and copper piping – real works of art. In the same complex is the Musée des Sapeurs-Pompiers, which is times and price as above,, its antique fire engines and other memorabilia the personal collection of a retired local fireman. A third museum, Electropolis – Musée de l'Énergie Électrique, 55 rue du Pâturage, which is July & Aug daily 10am–6pm; Sept–Jun Tues–Sun 10am–6pm; €7, or €9.20 joint ticket with the Musée du Chemin de Fer and the Musée des Sapeurs-Pompiers,, is devoted to the production and uses of electricity. Hotel Roi Soleil Mulhouse Sausheim serves a buffet breakfast, Close to the gare SNCF, just along the canal to the right, is the excellent Musée de l'Impression sur Étoffes, 14 rue Jean-Jacques Henner, which is daily 10am–6pm; printing demonstration on Mon, Wed, Fri & Sun at 3pm; €5.50, . It contains a vast collection of the most beautiful fabrics imaginable: eighteenth-century Indian and Persian imports that revolutionized the European ready-to-wear market in their time; silks from Turkestan; batiks from Java; Senegalese materials; some superb kimonos from Japan; and a unique display of scarves from France, Britain and the USA. Also in the centre, the Hôtel de Ville on place de la Réunion contains a beautifully presented history of Mulhouse and its region in the Musée Historique, which is daily except Tues: July & Aug 10am–noon & 2–7pm; Sept–June 10am–noon & 2–5pm; free until renovation work is complete, which exhibits seventeenth- and eighteenth-century furnishings. A section devoted to local archeological finds is closed until further notice. Guests are invited to explore Mulhouse’s different museums including the Automobile Museum, and above all, Railroad Museum and the Electropolis museum, Just past Pulversheim, 10km northwest of Mulhouse off the D430 at Ungersheim, the Écomusée d'Alsace, which is daily: July & Aug 9.30am–7pm; March–June & Sept 10am–6pm; Oct–Feb 10am–5pm; tel, www.ecomusee-alsace.com; €11–13, children €6–9, depending on time of year, is an open-air museum that presents regional traditions and customs. It's plenty of fun for adults and kids, with over fifty traditional Alsatian buildings spanning the centuries, as well as on-site craft workers doing their various things. It's a vast complex and from April to October you can also visit the nearby potassium mine that ceased production in the 1990s but is run as a tourist attraction by the former miners. You can even stay there, at the Loges, which is €40–55,, in comfortable well-equipped rooms. A regional bus runs frequent services Monday to Saturday from Mulhouse's., Thirty-five kilometres south of Colmar, MULHOUSE is a large sprawling industrial city. For a stay in a Cityhotels, have a search on this website. The town was Swiss until 1798 when, at the peak of its prosperity, which is based on printed cotton fabrics and allied trades,, it voted to become part of France. Even now many people who live here work in Basle in Switzerland. It's also the home city of Alfred Dreyfus, the unfortunate Jewish army officer who was wrongly convicted of espionage in 1894. Not having much of an old town, it is no city for strollers, but there are four or five outstanding – and rather unusual – museums in the town and its vicinity that delve into the region's manufacturing past: wallpaper, firemen, railway, automobiles and fabrics are all given their platform. There's also a jazz festival in August, which is a good time to be out partying in this town, with concerts in the museums, the schools and the streets, as well as in the cafés and bars., Responding to the impetus of the Renaissance, in 1460 Pope Pius II founded Basel’s university, Switzerland’s oldest and a major centre for humanism which was home to the philosopher Erasmus of Rotterdam throughout the 1520s and 1530s. During the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries, Protestant refugees from France, Flanders and Italy expanded Basel’s industries but, since the city remained under the thumb of both noble families and the church, most were not accepted as citizens. In 1831, disaffected residents in the rural communities around Basel launched a rebellion against the city oligarchs and after a brief civil war managed to secede, forming their own half-canton of Basel-Land, which is countryside,, separate to this day from Basel-Stadt, which is city, ., You might expect BASEL, which is Bâle in French, and often anglicized to Bâle,, situated on the Rhine exactly where Switzerland, Germany and France touch noses, to be the focal point of the continent, humming with pan-European energy. It’s true that Basel’s voters are the most fervently pro-European of all Switzerland’s German speakers but, somehow, the close proximity of foreign languages and cultures has introverted the city rather than energized it: Basel’s a curiously measured place, where equilibrium is everything. You won’t find anyone shouting about the new Europe here; in fact, you’re unlikely to find anyone shouting about anything at all. Even the city’s massive carnival is a rigorously organized set piece., With both a gigantic river port – Switzerland’s only outlet to the sea – and the research headquarters of several pharmaceutical multinationals, which is including Novartis, one of the principal players in global development of GM crops and foods,, Basel nurtures its reputation as Switzerland’s wealthiest and most discreet city. Its historic centre – dominated by the awe-inspiring Münster – is definitely worth seeing, and the city’s long-standing patronage of the arts has resulted in a panoply of first-rate museums and galleries – 35 in all, including the stunning Beyeler collection, Basel’s sole unmissable attraction. And yet, bequeathed a glittering medieval past endowed with some of the greatest minds of European history, which is Erasmus, Holbein and Nietzsche, to name just three, and centuries-long access to the best of three neighbouring worlds, it’s almost as if Baslers lost the plot when it came to defining their city for today. Most people seem to back the standard Swiss default option of gathering wealth in a discreet and orderly fashion, saving money shopping in France and having a better time partying in Germany. Which is all very well, but it tends to leave their own city rather bereft in the process.

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General hotel policies*

* policies applicable to particular rates/rooms prevail over general hotel policies

Check-in & check-out, currency

Check-in:   from 13:00   to 22:00
Check-out:   to 11:00
Currency: EUR

Cancellation Policy

If cancelled up to 18:00 on the date of arrival, no fee will be charged.
If cancelled later or in case of no-show, the first night will be charged.

Deposit Policy

No deposit will be charged.

Meal Plan

Buffet breakfast is included in the room rate.

Children and Extra Bed Policy

All children are welcome.
Extra beds are not available.
There is no capacity for extra beds/cots in the room.


Please carefully read policies & conditions for charges

Hotel Roi Soleil Mulhouse Sausheim is a 2 star hotel featuring 83 rooms in total


  • Internet Services
  • Fax/Photocopying
  • Wi-Fi/Wireless LAN
  • Free Wi-Fi Internet Access Included


  • Parking
  • Newspapers
  • Garden
  • Non-Smoking Rooms
  • Rooms/Facilities for Disabled Guests
  • Free Parking
  • Express Check-In/Check-Out
  • Soundproofed Rooms
  • Heating
  • All Public and Private spaces non-smoking


Free public parking is possible on site (reservation is not needed).


Wi-fi is available in the entire hotel and is free of charge.


Pets are not allowed.

Area & travel information


Departementale 201
68390 Sausheim


Places nearby...

Sausheim : 1.7 km
Canal de Huningue : 1.8 km
Île Napoléon : 1.8 km
Hüninger Zweig-Kanal : 1.8 km
Embranchement de Huningue : 1.8 km
Rixheim : 1.9 km
Baldersheim : 2.7 km
Riedisheim : 4 km
Illzach : 4.2 km
Kingersheim : 4.7 km
Mulhouse : 5.5 km
Mulhousen : 5.5 km
Doller : 5.7 km
La Doller Rivière : 5.7 km
Wittenheim : 5.7 km
Cité-Sainte-Barbe : 5.7 km
Battenheim : 5.8 km
Habsheim : 5.8 km
Ruelisheim : 6 km
Pfastatt : 6.7 km
Zimmersheim : 7.3 km
Eschentzwiller : 7.3 km
Forêt de la Harth : 7.9 km
Forêt de la Hart : 7.9 km
Richwiller : 8 km
Forêt Domaniale de la Harth Nord : 8.1 km
Lutterbach : 8.2 km
Ottmarsheim : 8.3 km
Hombourg : 8.4 km
Bois de Nonnenbruch : 8.9 km
Brunstatt : 9.1 km
Forêt Domaniale de la Harth Sud : 9.3 km
Bruebach : 9.3 km
Dietwiller : 9.3 km
Morschwiller : 9.9 km
Didenheim : 9.9 km
Canal de Widensolen : 9.9 km
Canal Veuban : 9.9 km
Canal Vauban : 9.9 km
Ensisheim : 9.9 km
Bantzenheim : 10.1 km
Pulversheim : 10.1 km
Münchhausen : 10.5 km
Munchhouse : 10.5 km
Flaxlanden : 10.6 km
Hochstatt : 10.8 km
Landser : 11 km
Schlierbach : 11 km
Wittelsheim : 11.2 km
Staffelfelden : 11.2 km
Landau-Klein : 12 km
Petit-Landau : 12 km
Klein-Landau : 12 km
Niffer : 12 km
Steinenstadt : 12.1 km
Rumersheim : 12.2 km
Reiningue : 12.2 km
Feldkirch : 12.4 km
Ungersheim : 12.6 km
Klemmbach : 12.6 km
Chalampé : 12.6 km
Roggenhouse : 12.7 km
Heimsbrunn : 12.9 km
Rheinweiler : 13 km
Mulhouse : 13 km
Geispitzen : 13 km
Steinbrunn : 13.2 km
Bois de Rothleibie : 13.3 km
Forêt de Rothleibe : 13.3 km
Forêt de Rothleiblen : 13.3 km
Maierhof : 13.4 km
Ruine Gutenau : 13.4 km
Gutenau : 13.4 km
Reguisheim : 13.5 km
Kembs : 13.7 km
Neueburg : 13.8 km
Neuenburg : 13.8 km
Raedersheim : 13.8 km
Bamlach : 14 km
Sierentz : 14.1 km
Bollwiller : 14.1 km
Blansingen : 14.1 km
Bad Bellingen : 14.3 km
Bellingen : 14.3 km
Froeningue : 14.3 km
Zillisheim : 14.3 km
Froeningen : 14.3 km
Himmelberg : 14.6 km
Koetzingue : 14.7 km
Rantswiller : 14.8 km
Rantzwiller : 14.8 km
Waltenheim : 14.8 km
Schliengen : 14.9 km
Berrwiller : 15 km
Uffheim : 15.1 km
Munwiller : 15.3 km
Meyenheim : 15.3 km
Kleinkems : 15.4 km
Hertingen : 15.5 km
Zienken : 15.6 km
Guebwiller : 15.6 km
Alt Wald : 15.6 km
L'Altwald : 15.6 km
Hirtzfelden : 15.7 km
Hirzfelden : 15.7 km
Obermorschwiller : 15.7 km
Auggen : 15.8 km
Illfurth : 15.8 km
Mauchen : 15.8 km
Galfingue : 15.9 km
Hach : 15.9 km
Markgräfler Land : 15.9 km
Hartmannswiller : 16 km
Isenheim : 16.1 km
Issenheim : 16.1 km
Welmlingen : 16.1 km
Liel : 16.2 km
Luemschwiller : 16.2 km
Kaltenherberge : 16.2 km
Kaltenherberg : 16.2 km
Soultz : 16.3 km
Gundolsheim : 16.5 km
Magstatt-le-Haut : 16.6 km
Heidwiller : 16.6 km
Largue : 16.6 km
Sundgau : 16.6 km
La Largue Rivière : 16.6 km
Magstatt-le-Bas : 16.6 km
Stetten : 16.7 km
Wahlbach : 16.8 km
Blodelsheim : 17 km
Zizingen : 17 km
Vögisheim : 17 km
Homberg : 17 km
Spechbach : 17 km
Merxheim : 17 km
Schweighouse : 17.1 km
Schweighausen : 17.1 km
Hachberg : 17.1 km
Sennheim : 17.2 km
Uffholtz : 17.2 km
Cernay : 17.2 km
Brinckheim : 17.2 km
Wintersweiler : 17.2 km
Ettingen : 17.4 km
Walheim : 17.4 km
Tagolsheim : 17.4 km
Gennenbach : 17.4 km
Stocken : 17.4 km
Freudenberg : 17.4 km
Spechbach : 17.4 km
Steinbrunn : 17.4 km
Rustenhart : 17.5 km
Bartenheim : 17.5 km
Istein : 17.6 km
Schafberg : 17.6 km
Huttingen : 17.6 km
Karlshof : 17.8 km
Tagsdorf : 17.9 km
Tagsdorff : 17.9 km
Emlingen : 17.9 km
Bernwiller : 18 km
Aspach : 18 km
Wuenheim : 18.2 km
Gupt : 18.2 km
Gupf : 18.2 km
Burnhaupt-le-Bas : 18.2 km
Burnhaupt : 18.2 km
Brinighoffen : 18.3 km
Bergholtz : 18.3 km
Kühberg : 18.3 km
Gennenbach : 18.3 km
Wattwiller : 18.3 km
Mulheim : 18.4 km
Neumattbach : 18.4 km
Müllheim : 18.4 km
Weisenhof : 18.4 km
Grißheim : 18.4 km
Steinbach : 18.4 km
Efringen : 18.5 km
Mühlehof : 18.5 km
Balgau : 18.5 km
Fessenheim : 18.5 km
Tannenkirch : 18.5 km
Uttnach : 18.5 km
Zaessingue : 18.5 km
Berglebach : 18.6 km
Niedereggenen : 18.6 km
Aubächle : 18.6 km
Kappelen : 18.7 km
Niederentzen : 18.7 km
Oberentzen : 18.7 km
Biltzheim : 18.7 km
Burnhaupt-le-Haut : 18.8 km
Aspach : 18.8 km
Thal Bach : 19 km
Haselbach : 19 km
Feuerbach : 19 km
Hügelheim : 19.1 km
Jungholz : 19.1 km

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