Medieval Times / REVIEW PREVIEW

The Widder
Rennweg 7, Altstadt
Tel: 044 224 25 26
The Widder is a rare beast in Zürich – a boutique hotel with all the style, charm and personal service that the moniker implies. Ten years and CHF 150m in the making, renowned Swiss architect Tilda Theus was tasked with creating a modern hotel from nine medieval townhouses, preserving old frescoes, charming exteriors and antique beams along the way. The result is Zürich’s most stylish hotel. Capacious rooms are decorated with a who’s who of furniture design, including Le Corbusier, Mies van der Rohe, Charles and Ray Eames and Frank Lloyd Wright, along with modern paintings and sculptures from Andy Warhol, Augusto Giacometti, Serge Poliakoff and more. Blending antiques and period detail with modern glass and steel and state of the art technology, the hotel has the type of stylish simplicity that many aim for and few achieve. Added to superlative design and a super-central location is one of Zürich’s most decadent bars and a stylish restaurant.
Taken from Hg2 Zurich by Sara Townsend, out later this year
Read more about the forthcoming guide here

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