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25hours Hotel Langstrasse in Zurich, Switzerland
Located in downtown Zurich, 25hours Hotel Langstrasse provides a convenient, artistic venue to stay while enjoying the city. The colorful interiors, done by Werner Aisslinger, and the constantly changing resident artist give the hotel a creative, homey feel. The well-designed, imaginative rooms are filled with modern amenities to ensure a comfortable stay.
Start the day with a coffee at the hotel Cinchona bar before venturing out to downtown Zurich. The area surrounding the hotel is bursting with restaurants, bars, shopping and sights. Explore Zurich on a leisurely bike tour. Find an array of things at the hotel’s pawn shop. Later, relax in the hotel sauna, and enjoy the views of trains arriving and leaving the city. Have dinner in the hotel at Neni’s, serving Mediterranean and middle-eastern fusion, before returning to where the day began at Cinchona for a cocktail.
Location of 25hours Hotel Langstrasse
Nearest Airport: ZRH
Amenities for 25hours Hotel Langstrasse
- Room Service
- Bar & Lounge
- On-Site Amenities
- Laundry Service
- Fitness Center
- In-Room Amenities
- Air Conditioning
- Mini Bar
- Meeting Rooms
Reviews for 25hours Hotel Langstrasse
Me and the missus stayed here for 2 nights in September and, overall, were quite happy with this hotel. Hotel is quirky and unusual, which we like. Check in was very quick and easy. Sigrid did and excellent job explaining everything and getting us to our room on the 6th floor quickly. Bed was nice and comfortable, shower was nice and what basin was good with plenty of space for all of the toiletries. The main issues with the place are the cold concrete floors and the lack of heating in the room. With the outside temperature getting as low a 8 degrees C, the room got a bit chilli because the heating was being â€˜worked onâ€™ Another minor annoyance was the noise from the railways which is not conducive to a good nights sleep. Having said that, I would stay there again if I returned to Zurich in the future, but would need a room away from the railways.
Alan K - Horsham, England, United Kingdom
We arrive to the hotel after a very short walk from the train station. We received a VERY pleasant and warm welcome at reception, we were checked-in with ease and charm. Our room was very comfortable, very unique in style and design and a fantastic shower with phenomenal pressure and space. The hotel allowed us a great nights sleep for both weekend nights of our stay. We were offered assistance with local places to eat and things to do. Everyone was super friendly. On check-out, again the experience was charming, helpful and engaging. This hotel is value for money and leaves you thinking of all the reasons why you would recommend the hotel and return to it! Thank you for a lovely stay! :-)
Bobymax - Perth, United Kingdom
A great location with walking access to the main train station in about 10 minutes. Rooms are spacious and well laid out making them a usable space while you're there. The hotel has a number of areas you can relax and use your computer outside of your room as well as a restaurant that's is always busy with locals it seems. Despite being right next to the train tracks it's honestly nearly silent. The windows have a third pane of glass that you can slide over to reduce the noise and light. My room was on the 2nd floor facing the tracks and was not an issue at all. The bed was firm and supportive. I like a firm mattress so it was perfect for me. Pillows were great too, all the right things in the right places. The staff are amazing. From the front desk to the housekeeping. Every interaction I had was a genuine and honest human being that wanted to make my visit an enjoyable one. And it was.
Tomas W - Vancouver, Canada
What a fun brand!! Everything from the service to the decor in the lobby and rooms was wonderful. The restaurant and bar were great. Hotel is located about a 10 minute walk from the train station. An amazing city
This place was really cool, like on trend cool. The hubby and I arrived in Zurich after 24 hrs of flying, we hopped on the train and made our way to the Main HBF around 11am. We were thrilled because a delay at Delta got us a new flight and into Zurich 4 hours earlier than originally planned. The walk to the hotel was further than I expected but not that bad, we had backpacks and so we made our way there using google maps (hello Google office which is right next door to the hotel). So wasnâ€™t sure what to expect when we got there, at a minimum storing our bags, at best getting into our room early. They were great, they got us into our room right that moment. We were on the first floor (which to us Americans is the second floor), behind. secured door. As we are walking to our rooms I realized the numbers for the rooms werenâ€™t on the walls or the unique doors but on the hanging lights. We stepped into our room to find concrete floors, a bed ona platform, a window seat, and a view of the HBF train tracks (we basically walked parallel with them to get to the hotel). Hereâ€™s the thing though, we never heard any trains. The windows and the structure are so well built and the Swiss trains are so quiet. The room was small but definitely fun and as I said cool. I loved the shower, they advise you it is ok to drink the water from the tap and they have large bottles of soap and shampoos and conditioners. We were exhausted so immediately we dropped our gear and dropped ourselves on to the bed. Two hours later, nice little catnap we got up, showered and went out to explore Zurich by foot. So this particular hotel is on the other side of what most tourist want to explore in Zurich but it wasnâ€™t an awful back. Apparently this neighborhood is more clubs than anything (not that I knew or saw), we had an early night. I will tell you that their restaurant and Library bar were packed upon our return. But once we got back into our room we never heard anything. The next morning we went to breakfast and were pleasently surprised by the options available. As we left the next day they were preparing for some sort of event and they had yoga, I was jealous as I am a yogi teacher and would have loved to taken a class. Oh well, we moved on to Lucerne.
SioPerkins - Phoenix, Arizona