Zurich Hotel Shuttles
ZRH airport hotel transfers
Known for being Switzerland’s largest and most economically prosperous city, Zürich is a powerhouse not only in networking opportunities but exciting landmarks. Especially popular with business travelers, the city’s many central neighborhoods are filled with a wide spectrum of luxury stays in District 1 as well as Districts 3 and 4 to the west. Ensure you’ve not only got a place to spend the night but a ride to Zürich Airport as well, choosing between various private rental options like sedans, vans and SUVs, as well as meet-and-greet services that include sleek limousines and efficient taxis. And of course, Zürich is home to a vast public transportation system that includes scenic inclined railways along steep cliffs and several high-speed light rail networks.
Though one of the most expensive cities in the world in terms of taxes and exchange rates, a few hostels make things affordable such as City Backpacker ‘Hotel Biber’ and Hostel Krone Zürich, both of which are located between the Limmat River and the University of Zürich. Those planning to hang out in District 1 have a more upscale selection to choose from, whether it be the historic-modern charm of Hotel St. Gotthard on the north end or breezy terrace views atop Hotel City Zürich. Various stays are also located in the Escher Wyss neighborhood within Districts 3 & 4 due to close access to the Prime Tower and some event centers, choice stays including high-rise rooms at Renaissance Zürich Tower Hotel and western-friendly opulence at Crowne Plaza Zürich.
In addition to great lodging in historic buildings, the city itself is a pile of gems waiting to be uncovered. Explore historic cobblestoned streets complimented by old bridges and footpaths that cross downtown’s twin Sihl and Lammat Rivers, afterward waltzing through the infamous Swiss banks that line downtown’s Paradeplatz. Go on a tour of District 1’s floating isle landmarks wrapped between two rivers as well, sitting for live music in the 19th-century Park Platzspitz, where guests can watch the Limmat and Sihl Rivers split, afterward moving onto the Roman fort converted into a public plaza at Lindenhof. And for soccer lovers, the FIFA World Football Museum has become one of the most visited attractions in the city, while Stadion Letzigrund down the streets holds tens of thousands of seats for live games.
Zurich Marriott Hotel
Leoneck Swiss Hotel
Renaissance Zurich Tower Hotel