IntercityHotel Zurich Airport
IntercityHotel Zurich Airport is taking shape
Scheduled for 2020 – 250 Rooms
The new IntercityHotel Zurich Airport will have around 260 rooms and will also boast a restaurant and a bar. A conference area of 450 square metres will offer sufficient space for meetings and events. A spa and gym area will ensure that guests also enjoy plenty of opportunity to relax. 180 on-site parking spaces will be available.
"The IntercityHotel Zurich Airport launches our brand in Switzerland and adds a highly attractive location to the portfolio," said Thomas Willms, CEO, Deutsche Hospitality. "We are very pleased that the project is now taking shape and are delighted to report that the official ground-breaking ceremony took place today together with Necron AG, our much-esteemed partner."
IntercityHotel has now moved to its fourth design generation, and the Italian architect Matteo Thun will be responsible for creating the hotel's look and feel. State-of-the-art technology will also be in place in Zurich in the form of the IntercityHotel App. This ensures a thoroughly modern experience by allowing guests to check in, check out and open the door to their room via smart phone.
Another of the brand's long-standing trademark features is the FreeCityTicket scheme, which is included in the room price and permits free use of the local transport system. Guests in Zurich will also be able to enjoy this convenient and environmentally friendly way of travelling from A to B within the city. The IntercityHotel Zurich Airport's location at Rümlang station not far from the A1 motorway offers fantastic transport links. Zurich International Airport can be accessed in only ten minutes, and the city centre is also just 15 minutes away.
Zurich has around 400,000 inhabitants. It is the largest city in Switzerland and acts as the most important traffic hub in the country for rail and air travel.
The project has been designed by the Küssnacht-based architectural firm Suter+Renner AG. The investor and developer is Necron AG of Zug, with which a lease agreement for the hotel has been concluded . Further projects are at the planning stage. Gerard van Liempt, CEO of Necron AG, added, "Step by step, IntercityHotel Zurich Airport is proceeding towards turnkey status. We are particularly pleased to be involved in implementing the first IntercityHotel GmbH venture in Switzerland and are looking forward to long-term cooperation."
IntercityHotel is continuing its course of international expansion. Following the recent signing of an agreement for the IntercityHotel Riyadh Malaz in Saudi Arabia, the brand is now also planning to strengthen its presence in Europe still further.