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Located on the banks of the Rhine, Grand Hotel Les Trois Rois is one of Europe's oldest hotels. The hotel has maintained the elegant ambiance of yesteryear's, while providing the latest services to its guests. Napolean, Pablo Picasso, Queen Elizabeth II and many personalities have graced the corridors of this hotel and you can read about them in the hotel's guest book. Their artistic colors create a warm and relaxing effect, making your stay a complete delight. Les Trois Rois offers you a choice of platter including French and Italian Cuisines. Cheval Blanc offers Mediterranean cuisine and the brasserie has French specialties with a great view of the Rhine. The bar at Les Trois Rois is a great place to pass your time with friends.
The 'Arthotel Devil Court' is by far the most "limited addition" accommodation in town. The concept is as follows; cabaret, gourmet cuisine, café, bar and wine shop all rolled in one. All nine rooms have been individually created by artists and are redesigned every few years; the present decor is dedicated to the concept of time. In one room, the ceiling is hung with empty newspaper holders! The whole complex of buildings forms one complete showcase for artists' work.
Reverence for the past and tradition exists in this hotel's overall design and antique furnishings. Apart from a few modern comforts, the decor is modeled after the belle époque. Past guests include Greta Garbo, Josephine Baker and Luciano Pavarotti. With its Mediterranean style terrace and its top-quality cuisine, the management of hotel restaurant Le Jardin Euler are no novices in their field. The Euler bar is a classic, born of the turn of the last century and oozing Chesterfield appeal.
The dynamic Swissôtel was built in 1984. Despite the modern structure inside, the outside remains as fresh and impressive as it was on its initial opening. The roomy lobby harks back to the turn of last century in its use of space, and the piano, combined with palm like greenery, only serves to reinforce this image. The hotel's 238 rooms offer a similarly spacious feel and with their many corners appear a little playful in their design. Many other hotels fit rooms with any old desk; at the Swissôtel Le Plaza they are grand and elegant. Curvy lamps, tasteful sofas and enormous televisions combine to create a perfectly harmonized environment.
The discreetly-toned lobby greets guests with a stylish design. Its restaurant's philosophy is French 'joie de vivre', and is much acclaimed by local food critics. A terrace offers a pleasant view of the city. The well-equipped business center will cater to every corporate demand.The rooms adopt a 19th century focus in a playful manner without appearing stuffy. And the furniture, set in light and airy surroundings, is elegant and sober with the odd cheeky, modern touch here and there that works well with the overall Victorian feel.