BEST WESTERN Hotel Au Cheval Blanc Mulhouse Nord,  Baldersheim 

4.0/5  - based on 279 guest reviews.
27 rue Principale, 68390, Baldersheim, France - See map
+33 03 89 45 45 44 +33 03 89 56 28 93



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Hotel advantages

  • 24-hour front desk
    24-hour front desk
  • Air conditioning
    Air conditioning
  • Free parking
    Free parking
  • Heated pool
    Heated pool
  • Outdoor parking
    Outdoor parking
  • Restaurant
  • Sauna
  • Free high speed internet connection
    Free high speed internet connection
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The Best Western® Au Cheval Blanc Mulhouse Nord is located in south of Alsace, in the 3-border area. The hotel is closed to Sausheim. The Best Western® Au Cheval Blanc Mulhouse Nord is situated 10 minutes from the Wine Route, museum automotive and railway Mulhouse and 15 minutes from Eguisheim, the prettiest village in France 2013 and the Hot Air Balloon Park Ungersheim Little Prince. Ideal location to visit the typical Alsacian villages and the Massif des Vosges. 20 minutes from Basel-Mulhouse Airport by direct highway. In a typical Alsacian half-timbered building, the bright rooms come with a private bathroom, satellite TV, a minibar, a safe and free Wi-Fi. The Label "Maitre Restaurateur" restaurant offers à la carte and set menus. It serves a variety of regional specialties homemade. We also have a large Alsacian wine list. Besides the indoor pool, relax in the sauna, hot tub or steam bath. The Best Western® Au Cheval Blanc Mulhouse Nord also offers free parking.

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BEST WESTERN Au Cheval Blanc Mulhouse Nord,Baldersheim
  • 5
    « End of Holiday Stop »

    Stayed here on our way back to Paris from Northern Italy. I knew the hotel restaurant due to a recent business trip in the region. Good price quality the room (exec) was fine with a comfortable mattress and ample space (not enormous though). The staff very friendly the restaurant very good quality (especially the choucroute). We also found breakfast was also very good although a bit pricey. Would definitely return.

    « Gastronomic in-between »

    Cheval Blanc Hotel is the ideal in-between South and North, East and West travels when you want to discover the Elzas and wine hopping. Hotel has plenty rooms, neat and clean at a decent price. On top, you don't have to look for a gastronomic dinner as their restaurant is top. Many dishes with good Elzas wine, not only limited only to the Elzas. The menu card is satisfying all seasons desire. Service is professional and friendly. We are going to this hotel and restaurant already more than 5 years, sometimes 2 times a year. We love sightseeing in Colmar, Strasbourg or any other little village of the Elzas on search for a good Riesling.

    « Rest on the way home »

    Beautiful location and hotel, very clean, very helpful staff. The location is just off the main motorway and a great place to stopover on our journey home. The staff in the restaurant were also helpful and suggested items that were delicious

    « We'll be back! »

    We stayed for 1 night on our return journey home. The hotel is ideally situated within 1 mile of the motorway. Our accommodation was located in the building opposite the main entrance across the road. The reception staff was very friendly. The village is quiet and there was no noise through the night. The room was clean and comfortable. We enjoyed the dinner in the restaurant. (Local specialties). Another plus point is the gated parking behind the main building. We found it perfect for our requirements and will definitely stay there again.

    « Read the 2015 reviews only of this great stopover hotel. »

    We used this very pleasant little hotel twice for one night at each end of a road trip from the uk to Italy and back this September. The hotel is located in a pretty little and very quiet village. The beauty is that it is only 3 minutes from the motorway so easy to get to. It makes a great transit hotel for all. I doubt you would use this as your destination hotel unless you were on holiday in the Alsace region. So what do you need to know? Well first of all check out the pics on this site. They appear accurate and will tell you most of what you need to know. The rooms have been fully refurbished fairly recently and are in very good condition, immaculately clean and comfortable. We got a great sleep in this quiet hotel and village. What the photos can't show you is that the hotel is two buildings accross the road from each other. We had the second grade up of room and were in the main building both times, great for the bar and restaurant. I had read reviews that the staff were multi-lingual and we found the reception staff had exceptional language skills and witnessed two of them speaking English, French and German. The restaurant staff are a mixed bag with differing ability but we had no issues at all. We used the restaurant on both nights, nowhere else to go, and were pleased. We got a menu in English the first night, in French the second. Could have asked for the English but it was more fun to translate. We really enjoyed every dish we had, they were really good. The fillet steak with pepper sauce was better than most gastropub fare from the uk. The wine list was vast and fairly well priced, local and wines from all over France. We had two fantastic wines. So price, two people, two courses, 1 bottle of wine, bottled water and two glasses of cremant cost €135 so around £100. Not cheap but we felt OK for the quality. Breakfast is adequate with a fairly limited choice. You won't go hungry but I've had better in most places. Mostly continental fare. The coffee was from a machine but really good indeed. Price for two €29 so around £11 each. A bit steep to be honest. Given the room price of £70 I think overall good value. The wifi was adequate and worked in both rooms well although I had to log on every time I wanted the web as it seemed to auto logout. We didn't use the pool and hot tub so can't comment but it's included in the price of your room. There is masses of parking behind both buildings and some in front of the smaller one so you won't struggle to find a space. If I take this route to Italy again I will not hesitate to book in here again. Last little tips. Celebrate with a glass Or two of cremant from the bar. (Regional sparkling wine often better than many branded champagnes) it was €7 a glass half what you pay in the uk. There is a good pharmacy right accross the road and a cash point that has multi language instructions two minutes walk up the road. Thanks for reading.

    « just average »

    stayed here for 2 weeks on business Rooms are good and clean but small. The bed is excellent restaurant is excellent for dinner but poor for breakfast. WIFI is terrible. Laundry takes almost a week so you might depart without your clothes.

    « Charming Hotel »

    Very pretty hotel in 2 buildings opposite each other. Village is extremely quiet - absolutely nothing else there other than houses. Therefore no eating choice. We didn't enjoy the evening food, so it's a case of having to drive to eat. Room was exceptionally clean and very comfortable. The staff were friendly and hospitable. We really enjoyed the (small) indoor pool/sauna/steam room. A lovely place for a stop off.

    « Great Stop-over Hotel Near Mulhouse »

    We have used this hotel frequently en route to Italy and it is very conveniently situated about 20 minutes from the Swiss border. It is family owned and managed and most of the staff and management speak good English. It is very close to the motorway but Satnav is useful for getting the quickest route as there are a few twists and turns. It is good value and we paid €69 for a double and the rooms are clean, pleasant and functional. The restaurant is very good indeed and specialises in Alsace cooking. The mid-priced menu was €36 and the food was fantastic. Alsatian wines are not cheap but it's well worth going local and splashing out; you don't need to go to the very expensive end of the list to have a very, very nice Riesling. A much under appreciated grape especially by those of us who started drinking wine in the 1970s! The staff are very friendly and although this part of France is a bit more expensive than the northern and central Logis hotels this is a great place to stay as well as a convenient location.

    « Nice hotel but not modern »

    I stayed in this hotel for work and from the outside it is lovely. The rooms are slightly older fashion but it is clean and has everything you need.The restaurant had good food. The hotel booked me a taxi for the airport and this was on time. Just beware that a taxi is EUR70 from the hotel to the airport. I was checking out at 4.30am so there was unfortunately no one who spoke English or who could work the computer so I had to leave and phone later to pay my bill.


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·From: Strasbourg. Take the E25 and A35 to Mulhouse. Follow exit 32-Sausheim and leave the A35. Continue to Baldersheim and turn left on D422: Rue Principale. You will find the Best Western® Au Cheval Blanc Mulhouse Nord here. ·From: Aeroport Bale/Mulhouse. From the airport, follow A35 / E25 and take Exit 32: Sausheim. Turn left on D55 to Baldersheim. Then turn left on D422 Rue Principale. The Best Western® Au Cheval Blanc Mulhouse Nord is here. ·From: Lyon. Take the A36 / E60 to: Mulhouse/Besançon/Dole. Follow Exit 20 Sausheim. Then turn left on D238 to Sausheim. In the roundabout, take the second exit on D38. In the next roundabout, take the third exit on D201. Once in Baldersheim, turn le...

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