Sleep at a lofty height - 4-star business hotel in a central location situated right by the Messe Basel exhibition site
The RAMADA PLAZA Basel Hotel & Conference Center is located right by the Messe Basel exhibition site and, at 105 metres, it is one of the tallest habitable building in Basel. It offers you ideal connections by car and public transport for your business and city trips. The hotel has a parking garage. You will find the Badischer Bahnhof railway station just a few minutes’ walk from the hotel.
By taking the tram or after a few minutes’ walk, you can conveniently reach the city centre and the Old Town with its sightseeing attractions such as the minster, Basel Zoo, the theatre, the Tinguely Fountain, the main shopping street or the art museum. Our hotel in Basel also provides an ideal base for an excursion to Bern, Zurich or Ticino.
Basel airport - EuroAirport Basel-Mulhouse-Freiburg - is located just 9 km from the hotel. From the main railway station, you can reach the airport in 12 minutes by bus.
The Messe Basel constitutes Switzerland’s largest exhibition grounds. Exhibitions and events such as Art Basel, Baselworld and Swissbau attract millions of visitors and exhibitors to Basel each year.
For exhibition visitors and travellers on city trips, the RAMADA Plaza Basel Hotel & Conference Center offers a centrally located hotel with excellent transport connections.
Basel is a popular destination in Switzerland that has gained international significance, especially because of its favourable location in the tri-border region where Germany, Switzerland and France meet. Many companies have a head office in the Swiss metropolis, and the city is also visited by many business travellers because of its numerous exhibitions. Our RAMADA Plaza Basel Hotel & Conference Center is located right by the exhibition site and is just a few minutes’ walk from the Old Town, where sightseeing attractions such as the Tinguely Fountain, Basel Minster or the zoo await you. At a height of 105 metres, our hotel isn’t just an eye-catching landmark; it’s also Basel’s tallest building. The international airport EuroAirport Basel-Mulhouse-Freiburg is just 9 km away and can be conveniently reached by bus within 12 minutes from the main railway station.
Sightseeing attractions around the RAMADA Plaza Basel Hotel & Conference Center
Basel is the most important exhibition centre in Switzerland, and top-class exhibitions such as Baselworld or Swissbau take place throughout the year. The RAMADA hotel in Basel offers visitors an ideal base for exhibition visits or a stroll through the nearby Old Town. There you will find the minster, built from red sandstone and colourful tiles, which is a landmark of the city. Many buildings in Basel date from the 15th century and are exceptionally well preserved. Small speciality shops also make the Old Town an experience for shoppers, and you can take a break from walking around by visiting one of the cosy cafés.
Excursions around Basel
All around Basel, there are many delightful excursion destinations that you can visit from the RAMADA hotel. We will be glad to help you with planning. Visit Augusta Raurica, the largest archaeological park in Switzerland, where you can admire a Roman house and the theatre, among other sights. From your hotel in Basel, why not make an excursion to Mulhouse in nearby France, where you can stroll through the idyllic Old Town or visit one of the technical exhibitions in the “capital of technology museums”? You can also quickly and conveniently reach Zurich, Bern or Ticino from the hotel.
Our tips for the surrounding area:
The Tinguely Fountain, also known as the “Fasnachts-Brunnen” (“Carnival Fountain”), was built between 1975 and 1977 on the Theaterplatz square in Basel. It represents ten mechanical sculptures, which produce jets of water that combine to form a waterworks display typical of Jean Tinguely’s work.
The striking landmark of the Swiss city of Basel is Basel Minster, which is built from red sandstone and belongs to the late Romantic period. Once an episcopal church, the twin-towered minster impresses visitors with its precious interior, which includes important Roman wall frescoes in the crypt and ornately carved choir stalls.