Private City Hotels.

We are PrivateCityHotels.

Holiday fun, as individual as our guests themselves: PrivateCityHotels. promise unforgettable experiences in unique, privately managed hotels in 18 different cities in Germany, Austria and Switzerland.

Each single hotel captivates through its very own charm. But there is one thing our guests can always rely on: first-class quality and excellent service are the hallmarks of the high requirements we demand of ourselves – a standard you can rely on.

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Discover the diversity of PrivateCityHotels.
Discover the most beautiful destinations.
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Discover a colorful potpourri of many stories and people.
Discover personal interaction and interpersonal living.
Discover passionate hosts.


NEW: Marktgasse Hotel Zurich

At home in Zurich: the Marktgasse Hotel Zurich

Marktgasse Hotel is a 4-star boutique-hotel right in the heart of Zurich, between Bellevue and Central. From here, Limmat River, Lake Zurich, and the Central Station can also quickly be reached. It’s, thus, the perfect place for those wanting to feel lived tradition: throughout the hotel, traces of history have lovingly been restored yet left visible. So, hotel guests enjoy an authentic piece of Zurich – just as it is.

Your host John M. Rusterholz welcomes you to Zurich and reveal here one or two insider tips for a perfect day in the city.

 



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Do you know Bregenz?
Bregenz

Discover Bregenz! Bregenz has impressive contemporary architecture, a broad spectrum of cultural events and dining, an enchanting old town, and the world famous Bregenz Festival.

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My perfect day

Insider tips for Bonn

from Mareile Kunz

Hotel Astoria

The afternoon is perfectly suited for a thorough discovery of the city of Bonn. You start from the Museum Mile towards city center – either via Willy-Brand-Allee, passing by Palais Schaumburg, Museum König, and Villa Hammerschmidt, or with a little detour along the Rhine banks.

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