A central location, 139 spacious, air-conditioned suites and rooms make the Hotel St. Gotthard not just the perfect spot for short getaways or extended breaks but also for family holidays and all kinds of events.
Hotel St. Gotthard is a privately-owned hotel in the heart of Zurich’s famous Bahnhofstrasse shopping area and just a few steps from the city’s main railway station. The historic old town and beautiful quayside Bellevueplatz (“Bellevue Square”) are also within easy walking distance. Zurich Airport is only a few minutes away by car.
During the Second World War, America’s General Eisenhower and Great Britain’s Field Marshal Montgomery chose the Hotel St. Gotthard as the venue for their talks in 1942. It’s been a popular meeting place ever since! Other eminent guests over the years have included Switzerland’s most famous soldier Henri Guisan, Henry Kissinger, the Dalai Lama, Maria Callas, Arnold Schwarzenegger and various Swiss Federal Assemblies.
Die Gesundheit unserer Gäste und Mitarbeitenden steht für uns an oberster Stelle, deshalb haben wir nach Vorgaben des Bundesamtes für Gesundheit (BAG) sowie mit Unterstützung von HotellerieSuisse entsprechende Massnahmen gemäss Schutzkonzept umgesetzt.
More comfort you can find in our suites. In our new air conditioned suites with a direct view on the Zurich City you can enjoy your stay in a special way.
Enjoy the luxury of a spacious living area.
34 elegant rooms with an all-around view to the famous Bahnhofstrasse, six of the rooms even with a private balcony. All of those are big enough to comfortably fit two people.
Here you can enjoy a delicious breakfast or dinner whenever the weather allows it. Cuddly blankets and furs are in your room.
50 spacious double rooms in two timeless designs with modern equipment
46 single rooms in two timeless designs and with modern equipment
The location is great: very central a spit from the Bahnhof train station but very quiet as well.
Michal, Isreal, booking.com
Very good hotel, staff friendly what is hard to find in Zurich
Laurent Sorrel, Google