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Accomodation & Gastronomy

For the day before the start of the Gravel Trans Jura in Baden on Thursday, May 30, 2024, we recommend that you reserve a hotel room early. A contingent has been reserved for a certain time at our partner hotels. You can book this directly on the TourimusRegion Baden AG platform. If there are no more rooms available on the platform or not the ones that meet your expectations, it is worth contacting the hotels directly and mentioning that you are taking part in the Gravel Trans Jura. Just because the contingent has been used up does not mean that the hotels are fully booked.

If you prefer to spend the night in a tent or in the open air, you also have the opportunity to do so in Baden. We will let you know where exactly.

Our partner hotels in Baden and the surrounding area are:

Aparthotel Baden
Zelgweg 11, Baden-Dättwil
Tel. 056 493 44 88
info@aparthotel-baden.ch
https://www.aparthotel-baden.ch
The Aparthotel Baden is centrally located in the heart of nature.
From business rooms to attic rooms, the rooms are modern and comfortably furnished. Integrated into the Bareggcenter Baden, guests can enjoy a restful night’s sleep as well as a comprehensive range of entertainment and wellness facilities.
Hotel Linde
Mellingerstrasse 22, Baden
Tel. 056 511 24 74
info@linde-baden.ch
https://www.linde-baden.ch/
The Hotel Linde in Baden is ideally located just a two-minute walk from Baden’s promenade and shopping streets and has a wonderful roof terrace for cozy aperitifs. You’ve come to the right place if you’re looking for comfortable, modern accommodation and value down-to-earth food with natural ingredients.
Hotel du Parc
Römerstrasse 24, Baden
Tel. 056 203 15 15
info@hotelduparc.ch
https://www.hotelduparc.ch/
The 4-star Hotel du Parc is located in the heart of the city, right next to the romantic Kurpark and the Grand Casino Baden. A five-minute walk from the train station, it is the perfect base for exploring Baden and the region.
Youth hostel Baden
Kanalstrasse 7, Baden
Tel. 056 221 67 36
https://www.youthhostel.ch/de/hostels/baden/
Close to the Limmat, the modern youth hostel is an excellent place to stay for sports enthusiasts. Situated on the banks of the Limmat and next to the Aue sports complex, you can go on countless excursions and training sessions from here.
Ibis Baden Neuenhof
Alte Zürcherstrasse 53, Neuenhof
Tel. 056 544 49 49
HA9A0@accor.com
https://all.accor.com

The ibis Baden Neuenhof is conveniently located on the A1 highway, just a few minutes’ drive from Baden and Zurich. WLAN included, reception and snack menu 24/7, ample parking available. Thanks to the good connections, you can reach Baden in no time at all. The Klosterrüti bus stop is right outside the door.

 

Hotel Restaurant Neuhaus
Kirchweg 13, Nussbaumen bei Baden
Tel. 056 290 16 16
info@hotelneuhaus.ch
www.hotelneuhaus.ch

The Hotel Neuhaus combines tradition and modernity. The Neuhaus has been a family-run inn since 1879.

The new, comfortable and cozy hotel rooms offer everything you need for a pleasant stay. They offer a relaxed atmosphere with a modern look and comfort, are quietly located and have a private bathroom with shower, hairdryer, work desk, flat-screen TV and free Wi-Fi.

 

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Host cities

Baden, in the canton of Aargau, roughly twenty kilometres from Zurich, will be the starting point of the Gravel Trans Jura! Situated at the foot of the Lägern, the easternmost foothills of the Jura, the town of Baden has a population of just under 24,000. Baden is rich in culture, famous for its picturesque old town and especially for its thermal baths. The history of the spa town dates back to the 1st century, when the Romans began to use the warm thermal springs. As a multiple-stage venue of the Tour de Suisse and host of the international Süpercross cyclocross race (2011 – 2020), Baden is synonymous with cycling and bicycles.


Logo Nyon

The Gravel Trans Jura goes all the way to Nyon. This ‘spick-and-span’ little town is situated on the shores of Lake Geneva, halfway between Geneva and Lausanne, amid the vineyards of La Côte. The town of Nyon was founded in the Middle Ages, on the site of a Roman colony founded by Julius Caesar 2,000 years ago. The many remnants from the times of the Celtic Helvetians and the Romans, and from the Middle Ages, bear witness to its eventful history. The castle of Nyon was built in the 12th century and converted in the 16th. It has a rare Savoyard and Bernese influence. Nyon is a city of sports but also of culture. Known for the Paléo Festival it is also home to the headquarters of UEFA, the European Football Union. Nyon is also closely linked to cycling: Whether as a stage arrival of this year’s Tour de Romandie Feminine, the European Road Championships 2014 or an international cyclo-cross race.

 


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