Sheraton Zurich Hotel

Pfingstweidstrasse 100 | Zurich, ZH 8005  [SEE MAP]Zurich, ZH  [SEE ADDRESS]

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Guest Reviews

TripAdvisor Traveler Rating 4

Nice stay in Sheraton Zurich

Jul 16th, 2019

Sheraton Zurich is a nice hotel and conveniently located. Staff is very good. We enjoyed our stay. Tram stop is across the street and you can conveniently travel anywhere in and around Zurich. Breakfast buffet is also very good. TRIPADVISOR.COM USER 

TripAdvisor Traveler Rating 3


Jul 4th, 2019

Stayed 4 nights here Convenient to tram stop, good breakfast, friendly & helpful staff One of two pillows was grubby and needed to be replaced I had to call the desk to get the internet to work everyday, bad internet it so last century. Keys quit working and had to get them reconfigured in the middle of the stay. Overall, if I go back to Zurich, probably look for a different hotel. TRIPADVISOR.COM USER 

TripAdvisor Traveler Rating 5

Part of a cruise package with Viking River Cruises

Jul 2nd, 2019

We arrived in Zurich after a long flight from Los Angeles. Check-in was a little hectic with a bus load of people checking at the same time, but the Viking staff had our room keys and luggage tags for the rest of our journey ready for us. Our luggage was delivered to our room. The hotel was ultra modern and was very comfortable. The food at the restaurant was most likely the best we had on our trip—I would give it a 3 Star rating. However, it was quite expensive—35 Swiss francs for a hamburger and 15 Swiss francs for a Bloody Mary. The hotel was located on the trolley line and would be a convenient location for sightseers Journey TRIPADVISOR.COM USER 

TripAdvisor Traveler Rating 2


Jun 29th, 2019

The hotel is clean, and bed is comfortable- but everything else is completely UNDERWHELMING. For the price you pay you expect a lot more.. the breakfast is ridiculously priced and selection is very limited, coffee comes half filled and is only from a automated coffee machine. We’re not fussy travellers, but this was a complete disappointment for us. TRIPADVISOR.COM USER 

TripAdvisor Traveler Rating 5

Sheraton Zürich = Good Benefits as Marriott Platinum (or Above)

Jun 24th, 2019

I have been several times to Sheraton Zürich in the past and found that it’s solid value for the money in an otherwise high-priced city. Sheraton is often cheaper than Four Points and benefits as Ambassador Elite are very good at Sheraton which makes me come back regularly. I had another good stay although it’s not a perfect hotel which is reflected in the price. The hotel is right in front of tram station Toni Areal on line #4. This part of town won’t be the most useful for many travelers but it is only 10 minutes from the main train station so personally I think given how convenient the tram is, the location discount embedded in the price of this hotel suits me just fine. For at least 90% of my stays at Sheraton Zürich I have been upgraded to a junior suite and this stay was not any different. If I am not mistaken, there is a junior suite at each corner of the building on most if not all floors which means odds of upgrades are quite good because they have a lot of those rooms available. They try to upgrade elite members to a floor as high as possible and when I arrived at 3pm they offered me the 5th floor immediately or I could wait to get the 7th floor for a room that was not ready yet. I do not mind as much as some others the noise from the train track which passes right next to the hotel so I took the room on the 5th floor. Obviously being higher would be better to limit the noise, but also which corner you are on can make a difference. For this stay I had the worst of the four corners and the elevated train track was just slightly below the height of my room so I got to experience what is probably close to maximum noise disturbance. It is still not enough to detract me from staying there and I appreciate the room upgrades with predictable regularity, but people who are sensitive to noise should be well aware that it is one of the weaknesses of this hotel. The soundproofing on external walls and windows is decent but it cannot block 100% of the noise from trains. The room itself looks sharp and is built to a high standard compared to other Sheratons of the world. The hardwood floors in the living room and the heated floor tiles in the bathroom are nice. The bathroom is split in two: one portion for the toilet with a small sink, and the main bathroom has a large walk-in rain shower/bath section in addition to the vanity with a glossy black top. The bathroom looks great and also has a large window next to the bath tub for excellent natural lighting, even when you draw the blinds down for privacy. In the bedroom there is a large pillar which gives the room a special twist relative to many cookie-cutter Sheratons and there is a working desk behind that pillar. Another interesting feature is that there are cushions besides the large windows where you can sit down and enjoy the city views. Behind the bedroom is a spacious walk-in closet with good storage space. This being a relatively new and modern hotel, you also have control panels on the wall to operate blinds when needed and there are also several power plugs and USB ports but only on one side of the bed. Breakfast in the lounge is only Tuesday to Friday 6:30am-10am. On other mornings since this is mostly a business hotel, weekends are quieter and they do not want to set up breakfast in the lounge for only a handful of people. People who have access to the lounge get their breakfast in the restaurant Saturday to Monday, and in the lounge on other days. Timing on weekends is more leisurely 6:30am-11:30am. Breakfast in the lounge is fine and the only extras for breakfast in the restaurant are the live cooking station for omelets, the pancakes + waffles, and there were a few more fruits available. Unless someone highly values the cooked-to-order eggs, I am not sure it’s worth paying extra for the restaurant or worth foregoing welcome points, particularly if you are going to have a few mornings in the restaurant by default if a stay includes weekend days. The restaurant is not crowded like some hotels are. The tables are not close to each other so even when the restaurant is full, it remains relatively pleasant. The décor is interesting particularly the Swiss cow watching diners at the far end. Despite those positive traits, the lounge remains more peaceful than the restaurant so during week days if given the choice I would choose the lounge. Happy hour in the lounge includes hors d’oeuvres 6-9pm and alcohol 6-10pm which is quite generous timing-wise. The offerings are ok but nothing out of the ordinary - at least it’s healthy stuff: cold cuts, several salads and veggies, fruits, bread, cheese, and soup. Alcohol is only beer, one white wine, and one red wine which is pretty bare bones. The other lounge I know of in Zurich is the Hilton near the airport and offerings there are superior – Sheraton could definitely improve in this aspect, or return to what it used to be. When Sheraton opened in 2014, happy hour was quite good but they have been gradually cut back over time. The lounge itself is quite small so it can get full quickly during week evenings. The views from the lounge are nice however. Service at this hotel is ok but not overly positive. During the day the lounge is unattended so you cannot not expect personal service – you need to go to reception for any kind of issue. Housekeeping was done at the time requested and the room very clean, however they are not the most thorough in terms of refills for example many items were not replenished sufficiently during the stay such as mouthwash, toilet paper, and face cloths. Overall this is a good hotel in its price range if you don’t mind the location by the train tracks. Besides the Four Points, the other hotels I have stayed at in Zurich are not part of Marriott so perhaps that is a less useful comparison, but in any event I have stayed at enough hotels in the city to have a rough idea of what represents good value. At Sheraton, having frequent room upgrades and access to a decent Club Lounge at realistic prices particularly for stays which include weekend day(s) makes me a return guest. Someone staying Monday to Friday might not find that this hotel is as good a deal because I sometimes notice rates flirting with the 300 CHF level during week days (or even above) so I do not stay at Sheraton at any price. When it’s about 200 CHF or below then it’s a no brainer. TRIPADVISOR.COM USER 

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