2 hotels in Zurich

Langstrasse

25hours Hotel Zurich Langstrasse

Zurich West

25hours Hotel Zurich West

Articles

The Power of Water

In the heart of Hamburg’s St. Pauli district is the Millerntor Stadium, home to the St. Pauli football club. Come summertime when the team is resting, art takes over the stadium. And furthermore, art with a serious purpose and a huge sense of fun!

From Street to Plate

Jane Anderson chats to Nuriel Molcho about his family’s thriving restaurant business NENI and its kaleidoscopic Israeli street food

On the Crest of a Wave

From Düsseldorf to Tokyo, the 15-year-old German Celine Dornick is dominating the global rapid surfing competition circuit, one city wave at a time

Saluti! The Taste of Bella Italia—Bottled in Hamburg.

Why wait for the perfect travel conditions? 25hours Hotels partnered with Nordcraft and Si Puó Fare Bio to bring a taste of summer right to your own backyard with two COMPANION aperitivos.

Elif’s Gül: Fire and Family

Gül is a haven for families, as well as serving exquisite Turkish cuisine. Elif Oskan and her team take a lively and vivacious approach to running the restaurant in Zurich’s city centre, radiating as many sparks of joy as the restaurant’s Turkish oven spreads warmth.

Hotelier with Heart and Soul, 25hours a Day

The New Rebels of Italian Cuisine

As beloved as Italian cuisine is around the world, its authenticity can sometimes get lost in new or hasty interpretations. On a mission to reclaim the honest origins of Italian cooking is Cucina Ribelli, the new gastronomic concept of the 25hours Hotel at MuseumsQuartier in Vienna. Welcome to the ‘peaceful revolution’ you can taste.

The Tastes of Tel Aviv

Haya Molcho and her sons, the family behind eatery empire NENI, have written a new cookery book about the people of Tel Aviv and their culinary histories. And it has recipes too. The most important ingredient? Friends with whom to share what you make.

The Science of Scent

Subtle and seductive, the aroma molecule Iso E Super was created in a laboratory in 1973. In 2006, the master perfumer Geza Schön bottled it pure to create Molecule 01 — a fragrance that fast gained a cult following the world over. Many more scents later, COMPANION visited Schön at his Berlin apartment and lab to get a whiff of the chemistry behind his ‘anti-fragrances’, and glean his take on the wellness industry’s obsession with nature (hint: it’s overrated).


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