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Mercure Stoller Zurich

4.0 out of 5.0

Recent guest reviews

Hotel staff were outstanding, very helpful in every way. would have liked a simply breakfast included with the room.

There could have been more hotel amenities, but for Zurich it was a good choice for the price. Located right near a tram stop for easy access to the city.

This hotel is not a four star hotel, unless my college dormitory also qualified... The room was the size of the twin bed plus a one foot wide walkway to get in it... The hotel is fifteen minutes from town by tram, plus you have to wait seven to ten minutes for that. The neighborhood is a red light district full of Thai nightclubs, adult video supermarkets, and an assortment of drunk and drugged out beggars on the streetcorners. I wold not recommend it to a teenage backpacker, let alone call it a four star hotel. Stay Away!

This was a decent, clean hotel and in such an expensive city, the price wasn't bad either. The s-bahn stop is close and made it very easy to reach the downtown area within 5 minutes. The staff was very friendly and helpful as well.

showerhead was broken; had to hold by hand. worse: day before checkout, hotel charged CHF350 to my debit card *in case* i had any charges beyond the (prepaid) room! i eventually got the money back a week after returning home, but i could have used that during my vacation! very displeased!

Clean, good location right on light rail-- easy to downtown. Friendly staff. interior rooms have nice balcony.

Great location from the city and in a nice neighborhood with an accessible supermarket and restaurants.

Nice hotel in a remote area of Zurich. Faily good distance by metro to get to downtown area and train station. No great restraunts near hotel with the exception of the one in the hotel. Parking was an extra $19 which wasn't expected, so sort of annoying. There are only eight spots in front of the hotel, so get there early for them. Very friendly staff.

Immaculate rooms/facilities, no air-conditioning so we left the balcony door open and it was OK, great location on the train/bus system, forget driving public transport frequent and affordable (8 francs for all day pass), bakery around the corner for breakfast, Italian across the street, 8 min by light-rail to city center (#2 train), 5 min to main trainstation (#3 train). Trains to almost everywhere from main train station. 45 min to Luzern, 4 hours to Munich. Everything a bit pricey, but that's Europe in general and Zurich always.

I would give the stay a rating of 4.5 stars- we were looking to tour the country in a semi-economical way, and the Stoller Hotel was perfect. The reception was polite (others had complained of cold, distant behavior) and our room was clean, chic and most importantly, quiet (we had a corner room on the 1st floor.) We walked around Zurich West for a bit, then sat a a cafe and had coffee. We had an early dinner at the hotel as well, and the lemon grass soup was the best soup I have had- I can't speak highly enough of the taste! There was a bathroom in the room, which apparently isn't always the case, and we woke early, showered and left the next morning. The bus stop is a half-block from the hotel, but we rented a car and parking is 25SF per day. I would absolutely stay here again.

I was visiting Zurich for the first time and didn't know what areas to stay in. We selected this hotel based on previous reviews--was a good choice. Nothing fancy but easy access to the rail lines (which made it a bit noisy but still fine), reasonable neighborhood. Also a great pastry shop next door. It's a bit far away from the general tourist areas but we had three day train passes so no problems at all.

A very nice large room overlooking the street and trams, but well-insulated from noise. Wonderful espresso machine for in-room coffee every morning, a sofa, flat-screen TV, the works. A bit removed from the more touristy parts of Zurich, but an easy 10-minute tram ride from the Hauptbahnhof. A great value even at the very-busy Art Basel time in June.

Badenerstrasse 357, Wiedikon Zurich

Hotel highlights

  • Free WiFi in public areas
  • Onsite dining
  • 24-hour front desk

Located in Aussersihl, Mercure Stoller Zurich is within 2 miles (3 km) of popular attractions such as Bahnhofstrasse and Fraumuenster. The 80 rooms at this 4-star hotel include minibars, coffee makers, and TVs. It's also close to Swiss National Museum and Kunsthaus Zurich.


Dining

This hotel is home to a restaurant and a bar/lounge. Savor a meal from the comfort of your room with 24-hour room service.


Rooms

All of Mercure Stoller Zurich's 80 air-conditioned rooms provide minibars, coffee makers, and free bottled water. Guests can expect WiFi and TVs with satellite channels. Other standard amenities include hair dryers, safes, and phones.


Property features

At Mercure Stoller Zurich, guests have access to free WiFi in public areas, 2 meeting rooms, and a terrace. Onsite parking is available for a fee. The 24-hour front desk has staff standing by to help secure valuables, and answer any questions about the accommodations. This smoke-free hotel also has wedding services.

Room options

Superior Room, 1 Queen Bed

Queen 1 | Sleeps 2

Superior Suite, 1 Double Bed

Full 1 | Sleeps 3

Guest reviews for Mercure Stoller Zurich

Couples (7) Business (1) Family (1) Other (3)
5

great place

Couples

Hotel staff were outstanding, very helpful in every way. would have liked a simply breakfast included with the room.

By on Aug 4, 2014

3

ok choice for zurich

Singles

There could have been more hotel amenities, but for Zurich it was a good choice for the price. Located right near a tram stop for easy access to the city.

By on Jan 18, 2014

1

room smaller than my bathroom in a red light district miles from the city center...

Singles

This hotel is not a four star hotel, unless my college dormitory also qualified... The room was the size of the twin bed plus a one foot wide walkway to get in it... The hotel is fifteen minutes from town by tram, plus you have to wait seven to ten minutes for that. The neighborhood is a red light district full of Thai nightclubs, adult video supermarkets, and an assortment of drunk and drugged out beggars on the streetcorners. I wold not recommend it to a teenage backpacker, let alone call it a four star hotel. Stay Away!

By on Jan 21, 2012

3

decent price/location

Couples

This was a decent, clean hotel and in such an expensive city, the price wasn't bad either. The s-bahn stop is close and made it very easy to reach the downtown area within 5 minutes. The staff was very friendly and helpful as well.

By on Nov 23, 2010

2

mediocre at best

Singles

showerhead was broken; had to hold by hand. worse: day before checkout, hotel charged CHF350 to my debit card *in case* i had any charges beyond the (prepaid) room! i eventually got the money back a week after returning home, but i could have used that during my vacation! very displeased!

By on Oct 24, 2010

4

great place

Couples

Clean, good location right on light rail-- easy to downtown. Friendly staff. interior rooms have nice balcony.

By on Aug 25, 2010

4

great stay!

Families

Great location from the city and in a nice neighborhood with an accessible supermarket and restaurants.

By on Jun 27, 2010

4

merkur

Couples

Nice hotel in a remote area of Zurich. Faily good distance by metro to get to downtown area and train station. No great restraunts near hotel with the exception of the one in the hotel. Parking was an extra $19 which wasn't expected, so sort of annoying. There are only eight spots in front of the hotel, so get there early for them. Very friendly staff.

By on May 27, 2010

4

mercure stoller zurich

Couples

Immaculate rooms/facilities, no air-conditioning so we left the balcony door open and it was OK, great location on the train/bus system, forget driving public transport frequent and affordable (8 francs for all day pass), bakery around the corner for breakfast, Italian across the street, 8 min by light-rail to city center (#2 train), 5 min to main trainstation (#3 train). Trains to almost everywhere from main train station. 45 min to Luzern, 4 hours to Munich. Everything a bit pricey, but that's Europe in general and Zurich always.

By on Oct 3, 2009

4

great feel for zurich west

Couples

I would give the stay a rating of 4.5 stars- we were looking to tour the country in a semi-economical way, and the Stoller Hotel was perfect. The reception was polite (others had complained of cold, distant behavior) and our room was clean, chic and most importantly, quiet (we had a corner room on the 1st floor.) We walked around Zurich West for a bit, then sat a a cafe and had coffee. We had an early dinner at the hotel as well, and the lemon grass soup was the best soup I have had- I can't speak highly enough of the taste! There was a bathroom in the room, which apparently isn't always the case, and we woke early, showered and left the next morning. The bus stop is a half-block from the hotel, but we rented a car and parking is 25SF per day. I would absolutely stay here again.

By on Aug 26, 2009