- One of the oldest city hotels in Europe – founded in 1681 as an inn for gentlemen, rebuilt in 1844 as a Grand Hotel – receives guests from all over the world.
- The historic Grand Hotel Les Trois Rois features 101 tastefully appointed rooms and suites, and enjoys a premier downtown location as well as fabulous Rhine river views.
- Enjoy world-class fine-dining at our 3 Michelin-starred Gourmet Restaurant Cheval Blanc by Peter Knogl and our award-winning Brasserie Les Trois Rois.
- It’s a boutique city hotel where life revolves around the triple-Michelin-starred restaurant, waterfront terrace and bar.
- The gym in the basement has large riverside windows offering splendid treadmill views.
- Service is refined and prompt on reception and refreshingly attentive at breakfast.
- Gold-framed mirrors with faux cracks redolent of some gnarled Brothers Grimm fairy tale and Chopard clocks decorate the walls.
- The hotel was built on the site of a medieval inn and some of that intimate, creaking charming is still traceable in the wonky staircases.
- 101 rooms and suites are at the disposal of our guests. They combine history with the latest comfort.
EXCLUSIVE LUXE VOYAGER VIP BENEFITS & BEST PRICE
We negotiate rates & benefits for our clients directly with the hotels’ senior management. Our rates match or in many cases are lower than the best online rate for the property. Our clients also enjoy a suite of extra VIP privileges and recognition while staying at a partner hotel.
- Complimentary room upgrade on arrival.
- Daily complimentary buffet breakfast for two.
- Up to $100 dining or spa credit per stay, and or in-house dining / spa discounts.
- Welcome amenities (wine/chocolates/fruit) and card from the GM.
- Complimentary private airport transfers.
- Complimentary roll-away bed if required.
- Early check-in and late check-out.
- Complimentary Wi-Fi.
- Enhanced recognition through VIP status at all touch points in the guest experience.
A complete or partial suite of VIP benefits will be offered, subject to the property T&C, including availability, category of room & length of stay.
This Renzo Piano-designed museum, in Riehen, showcases works from Monet and Cézanne to Warhol and Francis Bacon.
From the top of the Münster cathedral—also called the Pfalz—you get a sweeping view of the city, the Rhine River and Klein Basel.
The city’s opera and ballet companies are excellent, staging both classic and contemporary works.
This large park with a botanical garden and lake has plenty of kid-friendly attractions, including interesting flora and fauna, a playground and a giant dinosaur statue.
At this exceptional shop, you’ll find everything from decorative objets to watches and toys—all Swiss-made.
Inside the inner city’s 19th-century train station, there are art and design ateliers, great shops and restaurants, and even a spa.
The Vitra Campus in nearby Weil am Rhein is a must-see for its fascinating design museum and structures by starchitects, including Zaha Hadid, Herzog & de Meuron and SANAA.
This attractive coffee bar and restaurant, located in a former chapel in the Elizabethan Park, is the perfect place to sip a latte.
A flamboyantly grand yet intimate grande dame with huge red-velvet-draped windows looking out to the Rhine. Don’t miss the three-Michelin-starred restaurant serving vivacious Mediterranean-international cuisine, and drinks in the bar while a pianist with a penchant for tweed plays Handel and Bach. Right on the river, with views of industrial ships belching across the water, and sounds of saxophonists performing on the bridge. It’s in the centre of town, four minutes’ walk from the Rathaus, eight minutes on foot to Basel Minster and five minutes to the Museum der Kulturen and the Natural History Museum.
It’s a boutique city hotel where life revolves around the triple-Michelin-starred restaurant, waterfront terrace and bar. The gym in the basement has large riverside windows offering splendid treadmill views. Service is refined and prompt on reception and refreshingly attentive at breakfast. Some might feel that there is a slight lack of warmth here; service delivered with curt smiles rather than Disney grins. Opt for a river-fronted room; they come with small terraces overlooking the water, and have enough room for a table and couple of chairs. Interiors are flamboyant: think scarlet Baroque-patterned wallpaper and bundles of fresh roses.
101 rooms and suites are at the disposal of our guests. They combine history with the latest comfort. From the junior rooms through to the luxurious Suite Les Trois Rois in the art deco style: you will be completely comfortable in any one of our elegantly furnished guest rooms. Our employees, with their dedicated service, will ensure that you always feel at home.
All the junior rooms (single rooms) are decorated in the neo classical style with classical furniture and objets d’art. This classicistic interior reflects the historical atmosphere of the hotel. A junior room in the Les Trois Rois is the optimal choice if you are travelling alone (approx. 19 m²).
In our 43 spacious double rooms in classical or art deco style, modern forms harmonize with strong colours and luxurious materials. Decorative accents emphasize the combination of luxury and elegance. You can recover from daily life in peace here and gather new energy (approx. 32 m²).
Deluxe Junior Rooms
All the rooms are furnished in a pleasantly warm and comfortable manner and are suitable for people travelling alone or for two guests. You have a choice: you can relax in the historical ambience of this classical interior with a view over the Rhine or towards the historic centre of the city (approx. 22–25 m²).
The Herzl room captivates its visitor with the unique charm of its décor and its history – for it was here that Theodor Herzl laid the foundation stone for the State of Israel during his stay in 1897. This simple yet fascinating junior room with a view over the Rhine has continued to bring inspiration and peace up to the present.
Double Rooms Art Deco
Our 43 spacious double rooms are decorated in the classicistic or art deco style. Varying touches of colour, plenty of daylight and warm interiors create a pleasant ambiance – you can recover in peace from daily life here and gather new energy (approx. 32 m²).
Your stay will become a very special experience in any of our hotel’s six suites: A salon and a large bedroom await you. The spacious suite of rooms gives you plenty of space to allow your mind to drift and recover from daily life. When the weather is fine, you can enjoy the view over the Rhine and the city from your own terrace (approx. 70 m²).
Rooftop Suite Les Trois Rois
This elegant and spacious art deco suite with 250 m² of living space is the very epitomy of elegant luxury: two bedrooms, three bathrooms, a cosy sitting room with a fireplace and two dining tables and a television and work space are all part of what it has to offer. The exclusive atmosphere is palpable throughout the suite – through to the outdoor jacuzzi on the roof terrace, which offers fresh perspectives with its panorama view over the city and the Rhine.
Napoléon Bonaparte never actually spent a night here – but this luxuriously appointed, lime-green suite with a view over the Rhine is reminiscent of the state banquet held in his honour at the old inn in 1797. The ceiling panel with its cloudy sky and the charming frescoes and stucco work transport you back to the Napoleonic era: It is in the corner salon in particular, with its painted medallions and gold-plated ornamentation, that you will be transported back in time.
Discreet luxury awaits you in our eleven spacious junior suites – blue and red silk wall coverings and the spacious arrangement create a pleasant, peaceful atmosphere. Let your gaze sweep over the Rhine and the historic centre of Kleinbasel on the other side of the river and simply enjoy the fact that you are here (approx. 45 m²).
Our three restaurants await you with creations that delight. Be they French haute cuisine, newly interpreted with Mediterranean and Asian influences in the Cheval Blanc by Peter Knogl. Or Swiss and French brasserie specialities with ingredients fresh from the market in our Brasserie; or the very essence of Italian cuisine at Chez Donati: Experience for yourself how wonderful and intense culinary delights can be.
Our Chef de Cuisine Peter Knogl awaits you in the Cheval Blanc with a symphony of aromas, colours and harmonious tastes. Ingeniously prepared from the best nature has to offer us. The team of the Cheval Blanc has earned a place among the 100 best restaurants in the world, thanks to their superb creations in which French haute cuisine is enriched with Mediterranean and Asian influences. Experience for yourself how wonderful and intense culinary delights can be!.
In the Brasserie Les Trois Rois we serve you with Swiss and French brasserie specialties, with ingredients fresh from the market, which bear testimony to the richness of the regional produce. The richly varied and colourful menu bears witness to the consistent efforts of the team of Maitre d’hôtel Hervé Mahler and Executive Chef de Cuisine Pablo Löhle. Enjoy your lunch or dinner in our popular city restaurant – culinary delights and a view over the Rhine included.
Restaurant Chez Donati
Five minutes walk from the Grand Hotel Les Trois Rois, in the restaurant Chez Donati, you will find the essence of Italian cooking. The restaurant has been the top address for lovers of genuine Italianità for more than 60 years. A meeting place for gourmets and bon vivants, awarded 13 Gault Millau points. Restaurant Manager Salvatore Testa, Chef de Cuisine Eric Marino and the entire team are looking forward to your visit.
Bar Les Trois Rois
Discover our bar with its drinks subtly composed by chef de bar Thomas Huhn and exquisite canapés from our kitchen. Live piano music and the classic afternoon tea enhance the pleasant setting of this popular meeting place in the middle of Basel. The Swiss Bar of the Year 2015 and winner of the Mixology Bar Award 2015 awaits your visit!
Salon du Cigare
The Salon du Cigare welcomes cigar aficionados to relaxed enjoyment and a peaceful end to the day in a cosy atmosphere with a view over the Rhine. It is situated on the lower ground floor of the Hotel Les Trois Rois and awaits you with an excellent selection of cigars as well as a wide choice from our bar menu and fine wines served by the glass. The wide range of cigars on offer, with 155 provenances, includes classics from Cuba and the Dominican Republic as well as insider’s tips from unconventional countries of origin.
Enjoy our delicious scones, dainty sandwiches, tempting sweet pastries and an aromatic selection of teas from famous teehouse «L’art du thé» in Luzern.
Treat yourself, your friends and your family to this exceptional pleasure! Every Sunday, gourmets gather in our historic ballroom for a sumptuous brunch buffet.
Bar Mixing Classes
Dry martinis, mojitos and mai tai’s are not only in high demand among the younger generation. At the bar mixing class our Chef de Bar offers you a good look in his shaker. In the basic course you learn how to shake and stir classical and modern drinks properly, which ingredients are essential in a home bar and what utensils you need for making the cocktails. In the advanced course you learn more about classical spirits such as gin, vodka, tequila and rum.
It’s a boutique city hotel where life revolves around the triple-Michelin-starred restaurant, waterfront terrace and bar. The gym in the basement has large riverside windows offering splendid treadmill views. Service is refined and prompt on reception and refreshingly attentive at breakfast. Some might feel that there is a slight lack of warmth here; service delivered with curt smiles rather than Disney grins.