Jul 23, 2019 - Jul 24, 2019
2 guests - 1 room
Where to Stay in Zurich
One of Europe's most picturesque cities, Zurich offers a variety of activities for those looking to mix historical sightseeing with the pleasures of modern living such as high-end shopping and top-class dining.
The city's location on the banks of Lake Zurich and the Limmat River means that walks through the streets of the old town are always a delight, while the classic architecture and waterfront promenades provide a colourful picture-book of historical discovery for those with an interest in Zurich's previous life. The Aldstadt and the banks of Lake Zurich are popular with tourists and with many hotels of various standards available within 500m of a bus or tram stop, it's a perfect city to travel around. If you're considering exploring the Swiss countryside there are also many car rental options.
City Center Hotels
The luxury Hotel Storchen is located in the heart of the city and offers easy walking to Bahnhofstrasse, the Swiss National Museum and St Peter Church. Guests can also enjoy a complimentary breakfast each morning in this 4.5-star, non-smoking property.
Situated in the center of town just five minutes from Banhofstrasse, the hotel is perfectly placed for guests to explore the old town (Altstadt) of Zurich. In addition, the city’s busy nightlife dining and shopping outlets are on the doorstep, while there is easy access to Zurich’s network of public transport.
A welcoming budget hotel in central Zurich, the Hotel DaVinci is less than a kilometer from the main train station and just two minutes from the nearest tram stop. It is a friendly two-star option for those looking for less expensive accommodation in the city within the heart of the action although a nightclub below the hotel may deter those who prefer a quieter environment.
Zurich Airport Hotels
Zurich’s Kloter Airport, the largest in the country, is located just 13km north of the city and enjoys regular and efficient transport links – train, bus and tram - to the heart of Zurich.
A business hotel with a selection of shops nearby, the Radisson Blu can be found opposite the airport's Arrivals Gate and is popular for its funky design, stunning atrium and variety of dining options.
Located just 4km from the airport, the hotel is also close to the city and offers a host of first-class services and amenities ideal for both the business traveler and holidaymaker.
A budget airport hotel choice, the Ibis is close to the Zurich Exhibition Center as well as the popular Rope and Adventure Park. All bedrooms come with complimentary W-Fi, while express check-in/check-out is also available.
To find out more on the varied hotel options available for your visit to Zurich, please check out the Skyscanner hotel search engine.
The old town was beautiful. Other than that nothing special. There is not so much of a nightlife, somewhat expensive
Awesome country. One of the best to live in the World. Everything works perfectly and Zurich is a nice hub to explore Switzerland, especially by train.
LOVE Switzerland. Very picturesque and looks exactly like a post card. No edit needed!! Will definitely go back. Went to visit a friend who lives there and we spent most of the time doing outdoorsy things. Went hiking in Luzern and went to a nude spa (promotes body confidence and worth the experience), shopping in Bern, went to local bars. I went in July/August and recommend bringing a jacket as it started to cool down.
I love how this city is modern, has a history, wonderful nature, great night life, good working ethic and so on. I am truly amazed how they keep everything up and yet so good. I loved Zurich. It's the biggest city in Switzerland and it's full of shops, restaurants and bars. It's not really expensive, it depends where you go. People are OK. I am not really sure if they like the tourists or not, but they were very nice to us. I liked the famous lake and the bridge of love where you can put your name. The views from the are breathtaking. I would love to see it again at the near future.