Hotel Seeburg

3.5 out of 5 stars3.5 Stars

Seeburgstrasse 51 61 Luzern 6006
Hotel Seeburg
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Value Score Poor Value

Costs 45% more than similarly rated 3.5 star hotels

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In Zurich-Sleeping accomodations?

by hcapon

Traveling Europe on a budget with the Husband. Looking for a place to sleep that feels clean, somewhat close to things, but will not break our budget! Any ideas?

Re: In Zurich-Sleeping accomodations?

by xymmot

Try airbnb and see if it suits you....remember location, location...make sure it is where want to be and check the is a link;::::

cheers Tommy x

Re: In Zurich-Sleeping accomodations?

by yumyum

There are a couple of pensions: and
Check as you may have to share the bathroom.

Or check For further accomodation you could also check the under Zurich as since October this helpful guide also exists for Zurich. You can pick it up for free at the airport information or at all the ticketerias (public transport ticket offices for city transport eg at Central).

A low cost chain hotel would be the ETAP.

Good luck!

Re: In Zurich-Sleeping accomodations?

by Maurizioago


Ciao Sonja!

Travel Tips for Zürich

Stadt Rundfahrt

by draguza

You can have a City Tour with the "Classic Trolley" (styled on those of yesteryear) to discover Zurich.
Because the audio taped commentary is available in 8 languages, you will have a far more interesting and comprehensive report solely in the language of your choice.
The tour lasts 2 hours and includes the shopping and financial center, the old town and the main churches

Zürich Card

by german_eagle

Most cities offer a "Card" for tourists with reductions on museum admission fees, for use of public transportation etc. Often I found they didn't pay off. But the Zürich Card is IMO an excellent deal.

For both my stays in Zürich - winter 2009 and summer 2010 I bought a Zürich Card. I stayed three nights and thus the 72-hours Card was perfect. The cost is CHF 38. You can buy the 24-hours Card also, if that's fine for you - this one costs CHF 19.

The Zürich Card includes free admission to all the museums in Zürich. Really, all of them. It also includes free rides on the trams, buses, trains, boats and on the cableways in Zürich. This means you don't have to pay for the train up to Uetliberg, nor for the Dolder funicular or for the boats on the lake in the respective zones that the Card is valid for (see website below or pic #3). A so called small cruise is included, for longer cruises you pay a surcharge ("Anschlussticket"), e.g. for Rapperswil.

Travel from/to the airport is also included. This is where I bought my Zürich Card in summer 2010, other places to buy are the railway stations, the tourist information in the Hauptbahnhof and also the hotels.

Another one:
From Lindenhof...

by swissgabe

Another one:
From Lindenhof you have a great view over the Limmatquai and the Niderdorf (old town of Zurich). From Rennweg near Bahnhofstrasse you have easy access to this nice place which is also a historical place. At Lindenhof where things found from the Romans and with this it was possible to find out that around 80 year BC the first people lived in Zurich.

Mail Drop / Mailboxes

by SoCal_Chick

This is what the mail drop boxes look like in Zurich. The cost of postage for an average sized postcard was 1.40 CHF.
This can be purchased at most stores or "kiosks", kind of an 7-11 American equivalent store. You can also purchase phone cards there too.

Discover the beauty of nature

by Toyin

Davos often seems to be the hospitable and charming meeting point of the world, bustling with life and activity. In winter there are five ski areas, all ofering a wide variety of easily accessible slopes, two sled runs, 75km of well prepared cross-country ski runs and many cleared walking trails.


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