25HOURS HOTEL ZÜRICH WEST
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Sling away the old Swiss stereotypes, because in the former industrial neighborhood of Zurich West you’re more likely to spot independent cultural spaces and eclectic design stores than watchmakers or chocolate shops. Add jazz clubs, antique bookshops and graffiti-splattered streetscapes to the melting pot, and you have the perfect setting for the 25hours Hotel Zürich West, a property that places the local environment at the core of its design concept.
The tram from Zurich’s main train station will drop you by the hotel’s lobby, where flashes of raspberry and fuchsia furnishings light up the bar area, mirroring the area’s artistic buzz and colorful nightlife. As well as creating an energetic and joyous interior landscape, Zurich resident and award-winning interior designer Alfredo Häberli has scribbled his personal city recommendations on surfaces and objects throughout the hotel, encouraging guests to visit his favorite hotspots. Precious metals like gold, silver and platinum lend their names to the hotel’s 126 rooms. It is bronze, however, that recurs most frequently through the Living Room – an open-plan space for mingling with other like minds – the business facilities and the top-floor wellness area, which overlooks the city. Visible next door is the new campus for Zurich’s University of the Arts; an institution that attracts artists from across the globe and only amplifies the area’s creative energy.
Alfredo Häberli’s 25hours Hotel Zürich West reflects the diversity of this upcoming neighborhood through a vivid color concept, an open-plan Living Room for mingling and handpicked sightseeing recommendations that encourage guests to discover a new side to Switzerland.
LOCATION OF THE 25HOURS HOTEL ZÜRICH WEST
The 25hours Hotel is part of the Zurich West district which is home to the highest building and the largest multiplex cinema in Switzerland, but it's also home to the Zurich Schauspielhaus' off-stage and the University of the Arts. Galleries, small theaters, bars and clubs make Zurich West the cultural melting pot and trend quarter of the city.