Private City Hotels.

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Holiday fun, as individual as our guests themselves: PrivateCityHotels. promise unforgettable experiences in unique, privately managed hotels in 17 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 most beautiful destinations.
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Discover a colorful potpourri of many stories and people.
Discover personal interaction and interpersonal living.
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NEW: Hotel Glärnischhof Zurich

In the heart of Zurich

At our stylish 4-star Superior-Hotel Glärnischhof, Zurich literally lies at your feet: within just two minutes, you are in the middle of the action! No matter if it is about a shopping spree, sightseeing, or cultural delights – plenty of highlights are just a short walk away. You can also take an atmospheric stroll to the central station or reach it directly by tram. And when feeling tired of the urban jungle, you can escape it with the Uetliberg railway line leading on Zurich’s local mountain.

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

 



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Cologne

Germany´s oldest city with the famous cathedralThe world feels at home in Cologne - where people go for shopping, meet for a Kölsch, a chat or simply a laugh.

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My perfect day

Insider tips for Vienna

Roman Mayrhofer

from Roman Mayrhofer

Der Wilhelmshof

For the afternoon I recommend to go on a long walk through the 1st district. Walk from Schwedenplatz to Stephansplatz through numerous tiny alleys such as Hafnersteig, Schönlaterngasse as well as Dom- and Blutgasse…

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