Sheraton Zurich Neues Schloss Hotel


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Sheraton Zurich Neues Schloss Hotel

Discover Zurich

Spend unforgettable days in Zurich: Sheraton Zurich Neues Schloss Hotel is ideally located next to Lake Zurich and right in the financial and business district. Start your day without hassle in the heart of Zurich and conveniently discover the best locations for sightseeing and shopping just around the corner. Be inspired by our city tips and ask our employees for their personal recommendations. We are happy to share our favorite places with you!

Best of Zurich

Top 5 Must-Sees

  • Bahnhofsstrasse & Paradeplatz
  • Old town Zurich including Grossmünster
  • Lake Zurich & promenade (River cruise)
  • Limmatquai
  • Lindenhof

The perfect alternatives

  • Uetliberg
  • Zoo Zurich
  • Zurich West with Viadukt
  • Sechseläutenplatz
  • Langstrasse

Cultural Highlights

  • Kunsthaus Zurich
  • Swiss National Museum
  • Museum Rietberg
  • Museum für Gestaltung Schaudepot
  • FIFA World Football Museum

Explore the city in all its beautiful facets

Hotel Location and Arrival

We are situated in the heart of Zurich - just a short walk to the famous Paradeplatz. Spend a weekend together with friends or family and become an insider with our city tips:

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Zurich Insider Tips

Tip #1


Emil Georg Bührle (1890-1956) was an industrial entrepreneur. Having spent his life in Zurich, he collected many unique artworks from some of the most important European painters from Bonnard to De Witte. Bührle bought most of his collection between 1951 and 1956 and made it revolve mainly around the French Impressionism and Post-Impressionism. Following his death, his wife and children founded the Stiftung Sammlung E.G. Bührle and gave its museum a fifth of the entire collection, which is being exhibited in a renovated villa from 1886.

Tip #2


The Lindenhof is an oasis in the middle of Zurich that offers its visitors a peaceful space and a wonderful view over the city's rooftops. Share unforgettable moments with friends and family, relaxing or indulging into playing games. A hot spot for chess lovers, the Lindenhof is also a place for romantics and passionates of history: in the 4th century it hosted a Roman fort for protection against the Alemanni, while in the 9th century the nephew of Charlemagne built the royal residence where the oath on the constitution of the Helvetic Republic was sworn in 1798.

Tip #3


Right in the Old City District of Zurich, very close to the main train station, arises the Swiss National Museum (Landesmuseum), one of the most important art museums of cultural history. Built around 1898, the museum's impressive building reflects the French Renaissance style, featuring dozens of towers, courts and an astonishing park. The museum exhibits gothic art, chivalry, wooden sculptures, panel paintings and carved altars. A number of temporary exhibitions are also featured continuously.

Tip #4


People's favorite of St. Gallen in the heart of Zurich. The Sternen Grill impresses with a superb Brawurst, juicy and tasty as it should and accompanied by a crunchy bread bun, or "Bürli" how the locals call it. It is especially recommended to try their homemade mustard, an absolute must for those with a soft spot for the devilishly strong. A top choice by celebrities and locals alike, the take-away opened in 1963 and recently added a seating area on the first floor, where a selection of grill-based dishes are offered alongside the traditional Bratwurst.

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