Ibis Zurich Messe-Airport
- Shuttle bus service
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Multilingual staff
- High-speed internet in room
- Breakfast Available
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TravelPod Member ReviewsIbis Zurich Messe-Airport Zürich
Like the Boston Airport, we got through the line really quickly, and had to stay there for about two hours. The plane ride was not the best, but it was not that long either. The upside to the ride was that I got a window seat and there was more room.
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Stayed our of the city, but the Zurich card is great for three days transport. Spent the day sightseeing Inthe beautiful ancient city, lunch near the lake with live music,many elderly couples dancing. Then a short trip on the lake getting a sneak peak at the locals at play,swimming and boating. Tram back to the hotel.
... ham and cheese and served in a piping hot skillet. It was delicious!
That evening since things were pretty slow in town we found a place for me to get a haircut which proved interesting with the language barrier. The gal giving me a haircut spoke German, French and Italian but only a little bit of English so we went back and forth a few times but I ended up with a pretty good haircut in the end. Later that night we had a nice dinner at a little wine bar near ...
... There were lots of other boats out on the lake - small finishing boats, pleasure boats, small sailing boats, expensive yachts and ferries towards the southern towns. It was pretty. The whole boat ride took around 40 minutes and was CHF 6.20 (£4.10) per person. We hopped off near the southern part of the city, right in the middle of the old buildings and the churches. The Grossmünster was towering over us, this is a twin towered cathedral, built in the ...
... bed, etc. We looked out over some apartment rooftops and were walking distance from the train station and a Starbucks. Perfecto!
First up was lunch and in my starving desperation, I told Steve we could pick the first restaurant that was open at 2:30pm, which happened to be "New York Food Company." Well, I was a little embarrassed of what the Swiss think of us - pizza, cheeseburgers and sub sandwiches, plus the fry and soda combo upgrade, were the ...
... Also we never got stamped upon arriving in Switzerland or later when we got back in Spain, a weird concept. I mean that is one of the reasons why we were traveling..to collect stamps in our passports, duh! Not really but it was weird, because it was like we were never even there. Anyway so we wandered over to the train and transportation desk and acted like adults and sort through the options and decided on the best deal which included; our trains ...