For bookings and more information call:
Bisected by the Doller and Ill Rivers, two tributaries of the Rhine, Mulhouse is located in eastern France, close to the German and Swiss borders. With a population of more than 110,000, it is the largest city in the Upper Rhine department, and the second largest in the Alsace region of France, behind Strasbourg. Mulhouse has existed since at least the 12th century, having exchanged hands between the Germans and French throughout its history.
Mulhouse was part of the Holy Roman Empire for much of its early existence. From the mid-14th to early 16th century, it had the status of a free imperial city. In 1798, the city became part of France. Mulhouse returned to German possession in the late 19th century, following the Franco-Prussian War. The French regained control of the city during WWI, and a major battle took place in Dornach, a neighbourhood not far from the Kyriad Mulhouse Centre Hotel.