As its name suggests, the 25hours Hotel Zurich West is in the west of the city. It skilfully combines an industrial feel and vibrant colours with authentic local flair. The new district is constantly evolving and has made a name for itself beyond Zurich with its cultural scene. Tram line 4 runs right in front of the hotel, ensuring guests can reach the centre of Zurich and the main station quickly and easily. It takes just 20 minutes or so to get to Zurich Airport from nearby Hardbrücke station.
The 126 rooms are a vibrant mixture of designs by Alfredo Häberli, who lives in Zurich. Inspired by Zurich’s reputation as a financial centre, the rooms are named after precious metals: silver, gold and platinum. Thanks to varied colour schemes and different positions within the building, each room has its own distinctive atmosphere. The hotel rooms can be combined in different ways to provide the ideal solution for everything from business trips and city breaks to weekends away with family or friends. The exclusive Häberli Suite caters for guests planning special or extended stays. All of our guests can rent MINIs free of charge and free Wi-Fi is standard for all rooms. Also, Schindelhauer bikes are available for rent.
NENI is Haya Molcho’s family company – something which is reflected in almost all her activities. The NENI restaurants in Vienna, Zurich and Berlin take their name from the initials of her four sons. Surrounded by spices and an international clientele, NENI’s diminutive mother ship can be found in Vienna’s Naschmarkt. Haya Molcho’s style of cooking stems from Tel Aviv and is coloured by experiences and sensory impressions from Vienna and around the world.
The hotel has two communication hotspots: the lobby with its striking steps and the Wohnzimmer: an oasis of calm, a quiet place to work or a relaxed lounge. It is a place to live, love and even have the odd heated debate – but that’s not all. The Wohnzimmer is also ideal for breakout sessions during events and a flexible space for private parties and exclusive exhibitions.
Perched on the top floor overlooking the bustling Business Plaza is the sauna. With its impressive urban view of the tracks converging on the main station, you can enjoy train-spotting between sweating it out and relaxing in this stylish playroom. Reminiscent of an island, the sauna itself is a free-standing cube in the middle of the room. It is surrounded by small relaxation areas.
Conference facilities don’t get much more varied than this. The Zunftstube – an easy-going interpretation of the city’s guildhalls – a flexible Freiraum function room and the Kitchenclub set the scene for special conferences and events for up to 120 people. Meanwhile, the ground-level Wohnzimmer and the lounge on the first floor provide plenty of space for breakout sessions.
The Kitchenclub is ideal for cookery courses and meetings in a culinary setting. At its heart is a set of kitchen units developed in conjunction with Bulthaup and Miele – complete with professional equipment and everything budding Michelin-starred chefs could possibly want. This is the ideal place for ambitious cookery courses or laid-back kitchen parties.
The kiosk at the reception is a showcase for original Swiss products on the one hand. But it’s also a place where guests can find selected products by our designer Alfredo Häberli. Things for everyday use or special souvenirs for loved-ones back home can be bought here around the clock.