Hotels in Zurich

Hotels in Zurich provide an elegant mix of old and new world luxury in a city known as the banking capital of Switzerland, and also for its architecture, museums, natural surroundings and Christmas markets. When traveling in Zurich, keep in mind that cars drive on the right side of the road and that the currency is the Swiss Franc. Roadways are very well maintained and public transportation is some of the world’s best. Switzerland has some of the most appealing scenic views anywhere. As such, a Swiss Travel Pass is highly recommended. Be sure to allocate some time to explore Lake Zurich. If you’re into skiing, Start Schlittelweg and Skilift Regensberg are two of the area’s better ski lifts. The city’s biggest events include Zurich Festival, Zurich Street Parade, Zurich Spring Festival, Zürich Openair, Zurich Caliente, Apples & Olives Musikfestival, Zuri Carneval, Zurich Film Festival, Sechselauten, Swiss IT Conference and Global Negotiation Conference. FC Zürich, one of Switzerland’s most successful professional football clubs, plays its games at Stadion Letzigrund located on the city’s northwest side. Indeed, hotels in Zurich are some of the best in Western Europe. Before we get to hotels in Zurich, let’s take a look at some background information to help you along the way.

The area that would become modern-day Zurich was founded in 15 BC by the Romans, who built a castellum on the Lindenhof. Latin is the earliest recorded language discovered in the area from a tombstone that translates into “Turicum tax post”, which refers to a Roman-imposed 2.5% tax on the Gauls. During the 5th century, the Germanic tribe Alemanni settled in the area. In 1218, Zurich gained relative independence from the Roman Empire.  Zurich in 1351 became a member of the Old Swiss Confederacy, a group of independent small states within the Holy Roman Empire. Tension between Protestants and Catholics led to the Wars of Kappel. Zurich proclaimed itself a republic in 1648, furthering itself from Roman influence. The Treaty of Zurich, which ended the Austro-Sardinian wars, was signed in 1859. Other important developments occurring in the 1800’s were the building of the first Swiss railway, the Spanisch-Brötli-Bahn, and the founding of the Zurich Stock Exchange. During World War II, Zurich remained neutral, but was accidentally bombed by Allied forces.

Switzerland’s largest city, Zurich has a population of around 500,000 people. The city is located on the north-western end of Lake Zurich, a 25-mile long, 446-foot deep lake with clean, purified, water, public beaches and baths. Zurich’s official language is German, though English is also spoken widely. One of the world’s most livable cities, Zurich is an attractive haven for overseas business due to its low tax rates, canton funding subsidies and high quality of life. Zurich is a popular tourist destination for those who seek natural as well as man-made beauty. One of the wealthiest places in the world, Zurich is the Swiss banking epicenter. Scenes of guild architecture, seemingly endless blue skies and water, and distant snow-capped Swiss Alps all account for Zurich’s status as a surefire bucket list destination. Major points of interest include Fraumünster Church, Paradeplatz, Zürich Museum of Art, Zoological Garden, Botanical Garden, Zürich Opera House, Schauspielhaus Zürich, Theater am Neumarkt, Niederdorf, Langstrasse, Letzigrund Stadium and FIFA Headquarters. Popular foods are Zurcher geschnetzeltes, or sliced veal in gravy, Älplermagronen, a type of gratin, Birchermüesli, or muesli, cheese fondu, Rösti, which are shredded fried potatoes, Burli, aka bread rolls, Swiss chocolate and Swiss cheese. Beer and tea are two of the most popular drinks, while white wine is most often served with fondue. Now that we have a little background information on the area, it’s time for hotels in Zurich that will help make for an amazing stay.

 

 

 

The Dolder Grand

Kurhausstrasse 65

Hotels in Zurich Switzerland

FIFA Headquarters

The Dolder Grand boasts a large spa, 2 award-winning restaurants, free WiFi, flat-screen TVs, bathrobes, slippers, city, Lake Zurich and Alps views, a large pool with panoramic views, fitness facilities, free shuttle service to city centre and limousine service upon request. Nearby you may find Dolder Golf Club Zurich, Saltz (Swiss restaurant), The Restaurant, Tennis Club Zurich, Tennisclub Sonnenberg, Park Sonnenberg, Dolder Sports (ice skaing rink), Dolder Bad (swimming pool), Golf Adlisberg Driving Range and more.

This 5-star hotel is 0.6 miles from FIFA Headquarters, 0.8 miles from Zoo Zurich, 0.9 miles from Bethanien Private Hospital, 1.1 miles from University of Zurich, 1.2 miles from University Hospital Zurich, Kunsthaus Zurich, ETH Zurich and Zurich Stadelhofen, 1.3 miles from Zentralbibliothek Zürich and Zurich Opera House, 1.4 miles from Bellevueplatz and Grossmünster, 1.5 miles from Fraumünster and Lindenhof, 2.2 miles from Museum Rietberg and 5.5 miles from Zurich Airport.

Approximate cost per night (suite 100): $4,158

 

 

 

Baur au Lac

Talstrasse 1

Hotels in Zurich Switzerland

Fraumunster Church

Baur au Lac features 5-star accommodations with its own private park, Lake Zurich and Alps views, elegant and luxurious rooms, free mini-bar usage, a top-floor fitness center, 2 renowned restaurants, medical massages and physiotherapy upon request, a hair and beauty salon, valet parking, limo service, maid service twice a day, a 24-hour concierge service, car repair and service in the hotel’s garage and a wine boutique. Pavillon (haute French restaurant), Musikpavillon (stage), Stadthausanlage (park), Bürkli Beiz + Kiosk (restaurant), Geiserbrunnen (historical landmark), Fame Gallery (art gallery), Luxor Fitness (fitness center), Ona (Hawaiian restaurant), Le Poisson (French restaurant), Oak Bar (cocktail bar) and more are in the area.

From here Bürkliplatz is 0.1 miles, Paradeplatz and Fraumunster Church are 0.2 miles, Bellevueplatz, Helmhaus, Grossmünster, St. Peter Zurich and Bahnhofstrasse are 0.3 miles, Zurich Opera House, Rathaus Zurich and Lindenhof are 0.4 miles, Kunsthaus Zurich is 0.5 miles, Museum Rietberg is 0.7 miles, Zurich Central Station, ETH Zurich and Swiss National Museum are 0.8 miles, Zoo Zurich is 2 miles, Uetliberg is 2.5 miles and Zurich Airport is 6 miles.

Approximate cost per night (deluxe corner suite): $4,943

 

 

La Maison Valmont

 

 

Widder Hotel

Rennweg 7, 1. Zurich Old Town

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Old Town Zurich

Set in Old Town Zurich, Widder Hotel has an award-winning gourmet restaurant, free WiFi, a large collection of artwork, spacious rooms, air conditioning, free mini-bars, modern video and audio equipment, B&O entertainment systems and elegant bathrooms. You’ll find MÜLLER Reformhaus Vital Shop (health food store), Walter Buchmann Bakery, Le café enSoie by ViCAFE (coffee store), Kindli (Swiss restaurant), AuGust (Swiss restaurant), Lumière (French restaurant), Steiff Galerie (toy store), Widder Bar & Kitchen, blumen fitze (florist), zur Schtund (Swiss restaurant), Goldschmiede Feingold (goldsmith), Juice Market (bistro), Confiserie Teuscher (chocolate shop), Cantinetta Antinori (Italian restaurant), Breitling Boutique (watch store), OMEGA Boutique (watch store) and more nearby.

This locale is 0.1 miles from Lindenhof, Bahnhofstrasse, St. Peter Zurich, Urania Observatory and Rathaus Zurich, 0.2 miles from Paradeplatz, Fraumünster, Grossmünster and Helmhaus, 0.3 miles from Zentralbibliothek Zürich, 0.4 miles from Zurich Central Station, Kunsthaus Zurich and Swiss National Museum, 0.5 miles from Bellevueplatz and ETH Zurich, 0.6 miles from Zurich Opera House, 1 mile from Museum Rietberg and 5.6 miles from Zurich Airport.

Approximate cost per night (executive penthouse suite): $3,740

 

 

 

B2 Boutique Hotel Zürich

Brandschenkenstrasse 152, Enge

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Sihlcity

Housed in a former brewery, B2 Boutique Hotel Zürich has air conditioning, a public bath and spa for an additional charge, a wellness area, a steam bath, flat-screen TVs, bathrobes, slippers, mini-bars, free WiFi, a private library with 33,000 books, an on-site lounge, daily breakfast and a luggage storage room. Zurich Thermal Baths & Spa, NapaGrill (steak house), Hürlimann Areal (business center), Google, Zurich (corporate office), The Grill Cave (hamburder restaurant), Schloss Sihlberg (event venue), Vereinigung (Swiss restaurant), Planet Yoga (yoga studio), Walter Buchmann (bakery). Zapote (burrito restaurant), Chez Nhan (Vietnamese restaurant). Shelby´s Barber Shop, Maison Manesse (fine dining restaurant), Hopfenau (Swiss restaurant), Das Yoga Haus Dubs (yoga studio). Spelunke! BAR (bar), Caresthetic GmbH (beauty salon), Fannique Beauty Room (beauty salon), NADAS (vegan restaurant), NADAS (Swiss restaurant), Weisses Rössli (fine dining restaurant), Lotus Garden (Chinese restaurant), Queen Bee Beauty spa (beauty salon), Babi’s Bagel Shop (cafe), Don Leone (Italian restaurant), Head Concept (hairdresser), Barbershop 105 (barber shop) and more are in the vicinity.

You may find FIFA World Football Museum 0.3 miles, Sihlcity 0.4 miles, Museum Rietberg 0.5 miles, Swiss Exchange 0.6 miles, Plaza Club 0.7 miles, Bürkliplatz, Paradeplatz and Bahnhofstrasse 0.8 miles, Fraumünster and Strandbad Mythenquai 0.9 miles, Lindenhof, Bellevueplatz, Grossmünster and Zurich Opera House 1 mile, Zoo Zurich 2.7 miles and Zurich Airport 6.3 miles from this accommodation

Approximate cost per night (junior suite): $558

 

 

Maison De Fashion

 

 

Hotel Schweizerhof

Bahnhofplatz 7, 1. Zurich Old Town

Hotels in Zurich

Zurich Christmas Market

With soundproofed rooms, electrically adjustable beds, free WiFi, a restaurant, a cafe, a bar and access to a nearby fitness center and spa, Hotel Schweizerhof Zürich is found close to Hairstylist Pierre (hairdresser), Café Gourmet (cafe), ViCAFE Bahnhofstrasse (cafe), Confiseur Bachmann (bakery), Simplon Bar (bar), Konrad Kaffee- und Cocktailbar (bar), Sala of Tokyo (Japanese restaurant), Ellermann’s Hummerbar (haute French restaurant), Züri CiTea (bubble tea store), roots (vegan restaurant), ONA POKÉ (Hawaiian restaurant), Baryton Cocktail Lounge (lounge) and more are in the area.

Zurich Christmas Market and Swiss National Museum are 0.1 miles, Urania Observatory is 0.2 miles, Platzspitz Park, Lindenhof, Europaallee and Zentralbibliothek Zürich are 0.3 miles, Bahnhofstrasse and Rathaus Zurich are 0.4 miles, Paradeplatz, Grossmünster and Fraumünster are 0.5 miles, Zurich Opera House is 0.9 miles, Museum Rietberg is 1.3 miles and Zurich Airport is 5.3 miles from this locale

Approximate cost per night: $534

 

 

 

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Storchen Zürich

Weinplatz 2, 1. Zurich Old Town

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St. Peter Zurich

For over 650 years Hotel Storchen has been providing warm hospitality and today has its own Limmat River boat pier, river and Old Town views, classic furnishings, warm colors, modern facilities, free WiFi, air conditioning, a Swiss buffet breakfast, a restaurant, a bar, a cigar bar, a rooftop bar, a terrace and 24-hour concierge service. Cigar Bar (bar), La Rôtisserie (Swiss restaurant), Roman K GmbH (hair salon), La Perla (lingerie store), Confiserie Teuscher (chocolate shop), Veltlinerkeller (Swiss restaurant), Tabak-Lädeli (tobacco shop), Max Chocolatier (chocolate shop), Bem me Quer Beauty (beauty salon), Aubade (lingerie store), Alexander Sachs (men’s clothing store), Beldona (lingerie store), Lavaterhaus (event venue), HIKARI (ramen restaurant), Museum Strauhof (museum), Church of St. Peter (Protestant church), Afrod’Or (African goods store), Widder Garage (bar) and more are nearby.

From this hotel St. Peter Zurich is within feet, Rathaus Zurich, Fraumünster, Grossmünster, Helmhaus and Lindenhof are 0.1 miles, Bahnhofstrasse, Paradeplatz, Urania Observatory and Zentralbibliothek Zürich are 0.2 miles, ETH Zurich, Zurich Central Station, Zurich Opera House and Swiss National Museum are 0.5 miles, Uetliberg is 2.8 miles and Zurich Airport is 5.7 miles.

Approximate cost per night (city family two-bedroom suite): $1,632

Cost per person (six people): $272

 

 

Paxton & Whitfield

Hotel Florhof

Florhof-Gasse 4, 1. Zurich Old Town

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Kunsthaus Zurich

Set in an 18th-century aristocratic house and family-run for three generations, The Florhof Hotel has a terrace, free WiFi, parquet flooring, contemporary decor, terrace or Old Town views, a restaurant, a lounge, a vaulted cellar, a patio and a conference room. Chiffon (bar & grill), Theater Stok (performing arts theater), Restaurant Hirschberg (Italian restaurant), Petra’s Tip-Top-Bar (bar), New Bombay (Indian restaurant), Theater Keller62 (performing arts theater), Miki & Ikoo (ramen restaurant), Scandinavia hair GmbH (hair salon), Schauspielhaus Zürich: Pfauen (performing arts theater), Kunsthaus Zürich (art museum), Kunsthaus Bar (bar) and more are within range.

You’ll find Kunsthaus Zurich, University of Zurich and Zentralbibliothek Zürich 0.2 miles, Grossmünster, Rathaus Zurich, ETH Zurich, University Hospital Zurich and Helmhaus 0.3 miles, St. Peter Zurich, Fraumünster, Bellevueplatz and Lindenhof 0.4 miles, Museum Rietberg 1.3 miles, Zoo Zurich 1.5 miles and Zurich Airport 5.5 miles from this location.

Approximate cost per night: $336

 

 

Bloomingdale's

 

 

Montmartre

4 Weggengasse, 1. Zurich Old Town

Hotels in Zurich

Rathaus Zurich

Featuring a restaurant, free WiFi, seating areas, flat-screen TVs and safety deposit boxes, Montmartre is near Hotel Storchen.

From  here you may find St. Peter Zurich within feet, Rathaus Zurich, Lindenhof, Bahnhofstrasse and Fraumünster 0.1 miles, Grossmünster, Helmhaus, Paradeplatz and Urania Observatory 0.2 miles, Zentralbibliothek Zürich 0.3 miles, Kunsthaus Zurich 0.4 miles, Bellevueplatz and Zurich Central Station 0.4 miles, ETH Zurich, Zurich Opera House and Swiss National Museum 0.5 miles and Zurich Airport 5.6 miles from this property.

Approximate cost per night: $230

 

 

 

Penthouse Bellevue

26 Schifflände, 1. Zurich Old Town

Bellevue Penthouse

Helmhaus Zurich

Penthouse Bellevue offers 2 bedrooms, a kitchen, free WiFi, air conditioning, a flat-screen TV and is located near JOE & THE JUICE (juice shop), Figaro & Barbiere Zurich (hairdresser), Theater Am Hechtplatz, Noir (French steakhouse), Blockhus(restaurant), Glen Fahrn (liquor store), Airyoga, Wick Shoes, Bäckerei-Konditorei Urs Vohdin (bakery), Weisser Wind (Swiss restaurant), Rössli Bar, Zum weissen Kreuz (Swiss restaurant) and more.

Helmhaus Zurich, Grossmünster, Fraumünster and Bellevueplatz are 0.1 miles, Rathaus Zurich, Kunsthaus Zurich and St. Peter Zurich are 0.2 miles, Bürkliplatz, Paradeplatz, Zurich Opera House, Bahnhofstrasse, Lindenhof and Zurich Stadelhofen are 0.3 miles, Zoo Zurich is 1.8 miles, Uetliberg is 2.8 miles and Kloten Airport is 5.8 miles from this location.

Approximate cost per night (two bedroom): $1,129

Cost per person (six people): $188

 

 

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Luxury Aussersihl Penthouse

5 Glasmalergasse, Aussersihl

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Swiss Exchange Market

Luxury Aussersihl Penthouse has free WiFI, a flat-screen TV, a kitchen with dishwasher, oven, coffee machine, microwave and electric tea pot and is found near: Vasco’s Bar, Pure & Tasty (gourmet grocery store), Secondhand Bags, Crazy Horse, d’Aurora (Italian restaurant), Fribourger Fonduestübli (fondue restaurant), Bund 39 (restaurant), IKOO (ramen restaurant), Aperitivo Don Leone (pizza restaurant), Sweet Basil (Thai restaurant), Real (Spanish restaurant), Meat Me (steakhouse) and more.

This location is 0.2 miles from Plaza Club and Swiss Exchange Market, 0.3 miles from Europaallee, 0.4 miles from Bahnhofstrasse, 0.5 miles from Urania Observatory, Lindenhof, Zurich Central Station, Paradeplatz and Zurich Christmas Market, 0.6 miles from St. Peter Zurich and 5.6 miles from Kloten Airport.

Approximate cost per night (three bedroom): $590

Cost per person: $85

 

 

 

 

So there they are, hotels in Zurich that will help make for an outstanding trip. We hope you have found this information useful and most of all, that you enjoy your time in Switzerland!

32 Replies to “Hotels in Zurich”

  1. Another awesome post. I love reading from your website. Switzerland is the most sought after destination for those who love travelling. I’ve never been to Switzerland before, but always wanted to go there. 

    Your post has motivated me to plan my travel to Zurich. You have offered great recommendations. I’ll make a note of them and have further discussion with my family members before making final plan. This post will help us as a great guide. 

    Thanks a lot for your efforts on creating this useful post. 

  2. This is very enticing to consider traveling in luxury, but I can see the appeal.   Beautiful views, close to the main attractions. Thanks for including links to restaurants, clubs, gyms, shops, (and especially bakeries, my favorite in Europe).  If you are going to travel, take time off work, it makes sense to do it in style and really treat yourself.   What about prices?  I wish I could see what I was looking at in prices, maybe a general ballpark on your page before going to the booking site.    Thanks for showing us the value of staying in beautiful places when traveling to a beautiful place.

    1. Thank you Stacey. Will keep in mind your recommendation on pricing but keep in mind there are many factors involved and pricing is always changing. Of course it’s better to book more in advance when prices are lower. Glad you found the information of bakeries particularly useful. Happy travels to you!

  3. Hi, I must say that this article is very helpful and informative. I have been to Zurich 3 years ago with my family and that city is a wonderful place to stay. I actually was in a cheap apartment but now when I look at these images I must spare some money to rent such nice penthouse. My wife will be amazed when I show this to her.

    1. Hi Daniel, thank you! Glad to hear that you’ve been to Zurich and that you’re considering going back. Wish wishes and happy journeys to you and your family!

  4. We are working on an itinerary for our upcoming European holiday and from what we are seeing here Zurich looks absolutely stunning. The accommodations you’ve showcased here are magnificent.

    Any thoughts on how long we should stay in the actual city to get the full experience? We want to make the most of our time there but there are so many other awesome places to explore too…

    Thanks so much!

    1. Thank you Judy, Zurich is definitely an amazing city for your European trip! How long you stay in Zurich really depends on how long you plan on staying in other places and how much time you have overall. Zurich would be a fine choice to spend at least 20% of your time. Hope your European trip is an amazing one, happy travels 😁

  5. These look absolutely gorgeous!  I am ready to go now! LOL.  This is great information especially for someone like me who doesn’t travel very much and needs the help finding where to go.  This gave me information on lodging, eating, shopping, everything.

    Thank you so much for the help and the great display of places to go. Hope to see you there!

    1. Angela thank you so much for the comments. So glad you found them helpful and inviting. Let’s go! 😉

  6. Quite the luxurious accommodations! I hadn’t given much thought about traveling to Zurich in the past, but it looks like it’s now one to add to the list! It’s also very nice to have the nearby items of interest located underneath each accommodation. It would be a great experience to rent one of these spaces with a few friends and really treat yourself during your trip.

    1. Hi Haleigh thank you so much for the comments! One of the best things about a penthouse is that you can travel in a group and split the costs, so you are spot-on there. Hope your travels are amazing out there!

  7. We have been planning a family trip to Zurich for a couple of years now. So I decided to also take a look at the Penthouses you had listed for this city. And this time I had no difficulty to make up my mind. It was quite obvious for us that our best option was Limmatquai 82, 1. Zurich Old Town.

    Thank you very much for researching about all these penthouses and bringing us the very best!

    1. Thank you again Henry! Thrilled to hear that you found a favorite once more. Hope to see you again soon!

  8. Ever since I was a kid I had this innate desire to visit Switzerland. And I think it’s not just me. There are millions around the world who would want to visit Switzerland at least once in their lifetime. 

    You have compiled a great list of penthouse options, which will surely motivate anyone reading your post to visit Zurich, Switzerland. 

    And believe me, it has triggered my desire to put my visit to Switzerland on top of my bucket list.

    Thanks a lot for this amazing post

    Nick 

  9. Oh I do wish that your site didn’t keep popping up. When it does, no matter how I try i can’t resist it. And without fail whenever I open it I get very jealous.

    Once again you present an amazing city in a style that many never think is affordable. I love the penthouse at Naphtastrasse, it looks totally amazing.

    Thanks once again for making me green with envy.

  10. Zurich is one of the most beautiful cities in the world. It boasts of great event centres and it is used as a business hub for most world meetings so, it is only normal for it to have the best hotels available. To be honest, I really like the fact that you have simplified this post here and thank you so much for sharing herd. Thumbs up to you for sharing here

    1. Zurich is definitely one of the most beautiful cities in the world Emman and thanks for pointing it out. Business is a big draw and as such hotels in Zurich Switzerland are indeed some of the best out there. You’re welcome and glad you found value in the post.

  11. My colleagues regularly travel to Zurich for business and Board meetings and have, until now, been paying “top end” prices, albeit through online booking, at 5* hotels.  Your site is something I will be referring them to, as you suggest an excellent choice of different hotels but at slightly more accessible prices.  Furthermore, you offer some helpful general travel advice on what you can do in Zurich.  I notice that Switzerland, like many countries in the region has been badly hit by Covid 19.  Once things return to normal or as near as normal do you think the hotels you have suggested will be offering incentives to attract customers to return?

    1. Thank you for the comments Trevor and glad to see that you found these hotels in Zurich Switzerland prices to be competitive. Covid-19 presents an opportunity for hotels to get things inside more pristine than ever before, and once the virus passes, hotels would do well to offer incentives like you’ve pointed out, and most likely will. Great question and stay safe out there!

  12. Hi, Thank you so very much for your amazing Article. Personally, I am planning to go on Holiday this Summer and with your amazing Content, you have just directed me to where I will spend my Holiday. Your great list of the penthouse compiled is a great encouragement. I must visit Switzerland this Summer. Thank you.

    1. Hi Martha. Hopefully you will get to visit one of the above hotels in Zurich Switzerland as soon as possible this summer. It would make for an outstanding summer trip indeed. Two events that you might check out if they are confirmed are Zürifäscht Festival, which occurs early in July, or Street Parade Zurich, which happens in early August. Hopefully the world is back on track by then, but for now during Covid-19 it’s a great time to dream and prepare for something like a summer trip 🙂

  13. Hello,

    I can not by-pass this article without letting you know that I am very thankful for the time you have spent while researching as well as gathering together this informative and comprehensive pot.

    My elder brother visited this place in 2017 and all that he narrated made me love to go there. I have been collecting some money so that I make 2020 a year of a trip to Zurich, but soon, I will have to. I only have to wait for this Pandemic to end.

    This hotel Atlantis by Giardino has completely captured my attention and I have funnily bookmarked the booking page.

    Thank you for the comprehensive info

    1. Hello there and thank you for the comments. Once the Covid-19 pandemic passes these hotels in Zurich Switzerland will be quite appealing. Glad to see that your brother had some good things to say about the city and hopefully you get to visit soon as well.

  14. I have been to Zurich Switzerland a few times but only on business trips but I must tell you I had some ours to visit certainbplace and u tell Zurich is packed fun spots….During my stays i have had the opportunity to stay in three different hotels but non has really be up to my taste.

    After this pandemic has been controlled, I would be going back to Zurich to Check out my projects and I would be taking this article with me as would want to enjoy my saty this time around…thanks for sharing.

    Regards,

    David.

    1. David once the pandemic is controlled hopefully you’ll get to revisit and check out one of these hotels in Zurich Switzerland, as they should suit your taste better for sure.

  15. Just looking at the pictures of the hotels here and the services they offer really gives me some positive stress, it just pushes me to want to work harder. Hahah the prices are quite expensive for a school kid like me but this is definitely the life I want to live, a life staying in the Dolder Grand and having a view of that breath taking lake. One day I will get to stay one one of these 4K price hotels on my visit to Zurich. Thank you for this really interesting article and beautiful pictures room

  16. Zurich looks so beautiful and it’s definitely on my list of places that I want to visit. There is so much history to learn and see up close. I love the luxe apartments for rent in Zurich! It’s great to see what the cost is when split out per person with a larger group — the big splurge suddenly seems very affordable and perfect for a girls trip to beautiful Zurich!

    1. Aly, hotels in Zurich Switzerland would make for a great girls trip for sure as there is no lack of spas, restaurants and shopping. Also, if you’re into natural beauty there is that as well. Thanks for the comments and happy travels to you and the ladies!

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