The “Marktgässli” is one of the oldest guesthouses in the city and could hardly be more central: as soon as you cross the threshold, you find yourself in the heart of the Old Town and close to the magnificent River Limmat.
The building was first mentioned in writing in 1291 and since then has become an absolute icon on Zurich’s urban landscape. The hotel is a member of the Historic Hotels of Europe and is overflowing with culture and history. Nevertheless, all the rooms meet the modern-day high standards and are individually designed.
From arrival to departure, here the guest is king: whether enjoying an aperitif or a meal in the hotel’s in-house Igniv Restaurant – a culinary masterpiece by Michelin-starred chef Andreas Caminada – or browsing through the hotel’s historic library, quality is to be found in every nook and cranny at the Marktgasse.
|Zürich Main Station||689 m|
|Zürich Airport||9 km|