Hotel Leoneck

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

Leonhardstrasse 1, Zurich, ZH, 8001, CH

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Leoneck Hotel
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  • Families58
  • Couples64
  • Solo69
  • Business58
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    Excellent location!!!


    just 10 minutes walk from the main train station & town we - loved staying at the leoneck hotel...its funny interiors :) at a very convenient location. Tram 10 & 6 takes u right to the town area or u could take a 10 min walk down hill. Tram 10 & 6 also takes u to the main train station HB. Tram 10 also takes u right to Zurich airport - do not miss the little garden at the back of the hotel.

    Unique Quality: its unique interiors

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Crazy Cow

by yumyum

This restaurant in connection with the Hotel Leoneck has been around for years now. On 10th October I visited it finally for the first time when we had Portugiese VTers visiting Zurich. The place is quite fun but on a Saturday evening without reservation we had to wait fairly longish for a table. The decoration is made up of Swiss symbols and at the bar the stools are made of big milk churns.

If somebody has his or her birthday then you may hear the cowbells. It happened twice that evening when we were there. They even sell Crazy Cow souvenirs in a shop in the hotel lobby.

In this restaurant which might be wheel chair accessible through the hotel lobby (but check beforehand), although the toilets definitely aren't, you will find all the popular Swiss dishes the Swiss grew up with.

Service was very friendly but a bit chaotic due to the stress they had with a full house. I opted for a dish called "Schnitzeljagd" which consisted of 2 porc schnitzels and spaghetti with tomato sauce. It cost CHF 26.40.


I yet have to try to compete with those kidsI yet have to try to compete with those kids

Grossmuenster Church by nightGrossmuenster Church by night

Grave of Elias CanettiGrave of Elias Canetti

Lindenhof signLindenhof sign

Forum Posts

how many days in Zurich?

by kiko76

Hi...I'm planning a trip in zurich in many days i sholud stay in Zurich to visit it?

Re: how many days in Zurich?

by GrumpyDiver

Zurich is not a particularly interesting city. One day was more than enough time for us.

Re: how many days in Zurich?

by davesut

Agree with above, two days is enough to see Zurich but you can travel out and see a lot of other places with Zurich s a base if you want.

My Zurich page was ridiculed as 'day trips from Zurich' because on the many occasions when we have stayed with friends there, we have rarely visited the city at all.

Travel Tips for Zürich

The Grossmünster Cathedral

by matcrazy1

After its foundation by Charlemagne in the ninth century on a site of long-established religious significance (recent excavations below the church suggest the existence of a Roman cemetery), the church was constructed in its present form between 1100 and 1230.
After a disastrous fire in 1763, the spires and upper sections of the towers were demolished, and reconstruction shortly after produced the Gothic belfries, watchrooms and octagonal cupolae which survive today.

Check local deals before trip

by nico81

I always recommend to everyone travelling to Zurich to check for local deals before they leave. Dining in restaurants is extremely expensive in Zurich (and Switzerland generally). Therefore check for local deals (such as groupon in the US) that allow you to have a "cheap" dinner. I say "cheap" because sometimes the best restaurants are promoted, which are extremely pricey and even with discounts it's not yet cheap.

There are quite a few suppliers, I have made good experiences with deindeal and groupon.
A useful overview providing all deals currently available in Zurich is


by yumyum

Tirggel are a typical product of Zurich. In a few shops you will find them all year round but traditionally you buy them before Christmas or generally in the winter season. They are very thinly baked bisquits made with honey and you break off a small bit and let it melt in your mouth - well more or less.

The ones from the company Suter are the best, these are sold e.g. in Coop but you can also buy Tirggel in Migros but they have their own brand. Tirggel production goes back a very long way to the 15th century. Until some time in the 19th century only bakeries in the city of Zurich were allowed to produce them.

The funny thing about them are the pictures. Some of them are riddles, others are our beautiful local sights.

They come in various shapes too. Some come even with a hole in it so that you can hang them on your Christmas tree.

Zurich fountains

by draguza

In Zürich, if you get thirsty, there is no need to look for a supermarket, for you can simply quench your thirst at the nearest fountain. And there will never be one far away, because with a total of around 1,200, Zürich has one of the greatest number of fountains in the world. Indeed, many of Zürich’s fountains are small-scale works of art with a fascinating history.


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 Hotel Leoneck

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Address: Leonhardstrasse 1, Zurich, ZH, 8001, CH