25hours Hotel Zurich West

Rooms 126   Architecture ADP Architekten   Interior Design Alfredo Häberli Design Development
The Original Christoph Hoffmann, Kai Hollmann, Ardi Goldman, Stephan Gerhard

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The Original Christoph Hoffmann, Kai Hollmann, Ardi Goldman, Stephan Gerhard
—In the pulsing, artistic side of Zurich, design legend Alfredo Häberli mirrors the colorful, textural vibrancy of a new cultural hub.

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    Rooms 126 / Architecture ADP Architekten / Interior Design Alfredo Häberli Design Development / The Original Christoph Hoffmann, Kai Hollmann, Ardi Goldman, Stephan Gerhard

    Forget Swiss stereotypes because in Zurich West, the city's upcoming creative district, you're more likely to see cool artistic spaces, eclectic design stores, and jazz clubs than touristy chocolate shops. All of which makes this the perfect setting for the value-minded 25hours Hotel Zürich West, a property that places the local environment at the core of its design concept. Here, city resident and award-winning interior designer Alfredo Häberli echoes graffiti-splattered streetscapes by scribbling his personal local recommendations on surfaces and objects throughout the hotel to encourage guests to visit his favorite hotspots, while flashes of raspberry and fuchsia furnishings light up the hotel’s bar area, mirroring the area's artistic buzz and colorful nightlife. True to the 25hours motto ‘You know one, you know none,’ the new 25hours Hotel Zürich West is as uniquely compelling as its surroundings.

    Nearest Airport
    ZRH - Zürich Airport
    Food & Drink
    Restaurant & bar
    Spa & Recreation
    Sauna, Bicycling
    Conference & Meetings
    3 meeting rooms
    Internet
    Complimentary WiFi

    Rooms & Suites

    Rooms and suites in the hotel are called “silver,” “gold,” and “platinum,” referencing Zurich’s status as a major financial hub. The 126 rooms feature custom-designed multifunctional furniture, hand-tufted carpets, bronze fittings, and wallpaper with mother-of-pearl effect. The platinum rooms come with spacious outdoor terraces and gray mosaic floors featuring glimmering platinum inlays. Colors and patterns also play a big role in making this Swiss hotel sociable and relaxed—wild carpet patterns meet flowered wallpaper and exuberantly colorful curtains. Regardless of which comfort level you choose, you can take time to relax in the top-floor wellness area, which has its own sauna as well as expansive views across the neighborhood and beyond.

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    ARCHITECTURE

    Stairways to Heaven

    Like many of the late 19th century factories nearby, the hotel building looks square-edged, functional and gritty. But inside, things become more sophisticated, with the spacious ground floor reflecting the city’s old-fashioned reputation for sophistication, its cheeky-bright walls and pillars echoing the free and easy vibe of Zurich West’s best nightclubs, and its bold stairways hinting at a city in transition.

    INTERIOR DESIGN

    Industrial Elegance

    Alfredo Häberli’s unmistakable signature design style—a mixture of innovation and pure joyous energy—leaps out from every corner as soon as you step beyond the hotel’s seven-story facade. Custom-designed multifunctional furniture abounds, while imaginative clocks ensure that checking the time becomes more a thrilling artistic endeavor than a simple task.

    Rooms and suites in the hotel—named after silver, gold, and platinum—feature hand-tufted carpets, bronze fittings, freestanding tubs, and wallpaper with a mother-of-pearl effect. The top-of-the-line platinum rooms come with spacious outdoor terraces and mosaic floors with glimmering platinum inlays.

    INTERIOR DESIGN
    Industrial Elegance

    Alfredo Häberli’s unmistakable signature design style—a mixture of innovation and pure joyous energy—leaps out from every corner as soon as you step beyond the hotel’s seven-story facade. Custom-designed multifunctional furniture abounds, while imaginative clocks ensure that checking the time becomes more a thrilling artistic endeavor than a simple task.

     
     

    Rooms and suites in the hotel—named after silver, gold, and platinum—feature hand-tufted carpets, bronze fittings, freestanding tubs, and wallpaper with a mother-of-pearl effect. The top-of-the-line platinum rooms come with spacious outdoor terraces and mosaic floors with glimmering platinum inlays.

    INTERIOR DESIGN
    Industrial Elegance

    Alfredo Häberli’s unmistakable signature design style—a mixture of innovation and pure joyous energy—leaps out from every corner as soon as you step beyond the hotel’s seven-story facade. Custom-designed multifunctional furniture abounds, while imaginative clocks ensure that checking the time becomes more a thrilling artistic endeavor than a simple task.

    Rooms and suites in the hotel—named after silver, gold, and platinum—feature hand-tufted carpets, bronze fittings, freestanding tubs, and wallpaper with a mother-of-pearl effect. The top-of-the-line platinum rooms come with spacious outdoor terraces and mosaic floors with glimmering platinum inlays.

    MADE BY ORIGINALS

    Stephan Gerhard, Ardi Goldman, Christoph Hoffmann & Kai Hollmann

    The vanguard 25hours Hotel Company returns the tradition of the grand old hotel to contemporary form with its inventive, made-to-measure ‘budget-de-luxe hotels with freshly interpreted service’ where the staff maintains a concierge-level attentiveness, while invoking a laidback, authentic atmosphere. Each 25hours hotel tells a story via design concepts built from organic narratives inspired by the hotel’s location, as well as pure imagination. Ardi Goldman is their resident visionary, from real estate development down to the finest detail of décor; Stephan Gerhard keeps his sharp Swabian eye turned to the numbers; Kai Hollmann is the grand seigneur of Hamburg’s hospitality industry, and CEO Christoph Hoffmann claims the title of unwitting captain of their cunning fleet.

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