Hotel Le Bristol0.0 out of 5.0
Recent guest reviews
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.
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 !
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!
I visited Mulhouse with the sole intention of going to see the car museum. I chose to stay at the Hotel Bristol as it looked close to the venue. The choice was good. Walking distance to the motor museum, around 20 minutes, or there is a tram stop a few yards away if you prefer not to walk. In the other direction a short walk will take you into the town where you will find plenty of cafes, bars and restaurants that cater for all tastes. On walking in we were greeted very warmly and soon found out that the staff speak very good English and nothing seemed to be too much trouble. The rooms are large and have all that you need the only criticism is that the shower could do with a curtain as i was able to flood the bathroom on more than one occasion. Other people have commented that the breakfast is expensive. I will say that there is a very good choice of breads, cheeses and meats, along with cereal,,fruit, jams and toast and if you can be bothered eggs which you boil yourself. So it is as expensive as you want it to be depending on how much you want to eat. I would say on par with any where in the UK. we did not eat hear in the evenings as there was so much good choice around us. In conclusion this is a good hotel and in my opinion well worth 5 out of 5. I would recommend to anyone
Visiting Mulhouse for two days and staying for one night at Bistrol Hotel. The first impression not the best as it gives you the feeling of the old and traditional hotel. The lobby very basic and no facilities. The rooms, though was average good, spacious and basic and overall clean, even thought my bed sheets were dirty. Not an option for more than one day if something better not available.
We stayed for two nights while exploring Colmar. We drove, but the location could not be more perfect for those arriving by train as the station is directly across the street. The hotel beds are exceedingly comfortable, and a luxurious bathroom awaits you. Our breakfast and dinner were delicious at the hotel, and the prices were very reasonable. Hotel staff goes above and beyond for you, as we required a favor of them, and they were happy to do it. I absolutely love Colmar, France. It's a family city, and most every attraction was within walking distance of the hotel.
Plus points: Nice large room, great shower, balcony for fresh air. Secure car park worth the 4 Euros. Very well cooked steak and frites. Short walk to the old town. Everything sparklingly clean. Negative points: We'd had a long day travelling to get there, after a walk around the old town didn't fancy the kebab shops and poorly reviewed ethnic restaurants in the immediate area so decided to eat in the hotel. There were a couple of coach parties stopping and after some confusion about which dining room we could enter the woman who appeared to be the chef and waitress and manager told us there were only 2 seats available and as they were so busy the only food on offer was steak and chips. They were good steak and chips but some choice would have been welcome. The breakfast room looked a bit soulless the next morning so we strolled off for a coffee and a croissant. Checking out, the receptionist had put a couple of desserts onto our bill that we hadn't had and was reluctant to believe my wife that we hadn't had breakfast in the hotel.
Stayed in the new wing, had a very nice apartment with a huge terrace and a lovely hot tub, everything was brand new and pleasant. I've seen 4* that do much worse. Not very sure why the bathroom doors could only be closed from outside though :). One point in minus because of the breakfast that is not included, otherwise really comfy and a pleasantly surprising find.
The location is very good and very close to old city centre. Rooms are very comfortable. Prices are also reasonable for the hotel quality. Breakfast a little bit weak, they can add more options like pancake and crepes and fruit salat. Air-condition in the room very complicated, I could not find how to work. Wi-fi is also very weak. Parking is very big chance for the visitors.
Usually stay across the road in another hotel but decided to try the Bristol this year. Lovely family run hotel in city centre. Stayed in tthe older, original part of the hotel on the way down, v nice, olde worlde charm and in the bright,shiny, new wing on the way back. Personally I prefer the original hotel rooms rather than the cookie-cutter, clinical, formulaic rooms of the new extension, but both clean, comfortable and restful. Great buffet breakfast. Very friendly staff (mostly family, I think?). Highly recommended!
- Close to Parc Expo de Mulhouse
- Free WiFi in rooms and public areas
- Onsite dining
- Business center
Hotel Le Bristol places you within a 10-minute stroll of Temple Saint Etienne and Mulhouse Hotel de Ville. This 95-room hotel welcomes guests with conveniences like a restaurant, a bar/lounge, and free in-room WiFi. Place de la Reunion and Musee de l'Impression sur Etoffes are also a short walk from this Mulhouse hotel.
Sit down for a leisurely bite to eat at the onsite restaurant, or enjoy a drink at the bar/lounge. Savor a meal from the comfort of your room with room service. Start each morning with buffet breakfast, available for a fee from 6:30 AM to 10 AM.
The 95 rooms are individually decorated and have an array of amenities, including minibars, free newspapers, and phones. Flat-screen TVs come with cable channels, and free WiFi keeps guests connected. Bathrooms have hair dryers and free toiletries. Rooms also include desks.
Hotel Le Bristol offers free WiFi in public areas and a business center. Self parking is available for EUR 4 per night. The 24-hour front desk has multilingual staff ready to assist with dry cleaning/laundry, concierge services, and luggage storage.
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84% of guests recommend this hotelTotal of 557 reviews