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Du Theatre Swiss Q Hotel, Zurich

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Welcome to our design hotel located in the heart of Zurich at the entrance of the old town. We are within walking distance of the main train station, the financial district, the shopping area as well as numerous restaurants.

All rooms are equipped with TV, ISDN-telephone (without hotel surcharge), voicemail, modem connection, radio, hairdryer, minibar and safe. We provide a personal atmosphere, artistic flair and lots of history. We also have exceptional furniture and have paid painstaking attention to detail including noise abating windows, a cooling system for your convenience. Check out our unusual breakfast room with a view, our in house cinema and the nearby theatres and opera house.

Breakfast buffet is optional at CHF 18.00 per person and day. In our 'La Suite' lounge on the first floor you are invited to enjoy a number of exquisite delights seductively delicious snacks and specially selected wines along with a singular view of the vibrant city of Zurich.
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  • In Room Wireless Internet Access Fee
  • Telephone
  • Television (Cable/Satellite)
  • Non-Smoking Rooms
  • In Room Wireless Internet Access
  • Television
  • Daily Maid Service
  • In Room Broadband Internet Access
  • Safe (In Room)
  • Telephone (Voicemail)
  • Mini-Bar

Hotel Details

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  • 50 Rooms / 5 Floors
  • Built in 1953
  • Electronic Key
  • Laundry/ Dry Cleaning Service
  • Multi-lingual Staff
  • Pets Allowed
  • Common Area High speed Access
  • Smoke Alarm in Rooms
  • Photocopy Service
  • Concierge Services
  • Common/Public Areas Accessible to Wheelchairs
  • Currency Exchange
  • Pet Fee Ind
  • Fax (For Guests)
  • Common Area Wireless Access Fee Ind
  • Common Area Wireless Access
  • Room Service