The impressive 25hours Hotel Zurich Langstrasse was decorated by the designer Werner Aisslinger in contrasts that overflow into Langstrasse Street in Zurich.
Halfway between the banking district and the red light district, this legendary street offers an interesting mix of art and capitalism because it is an intriguing melting pot of cultures and lifestyles.
A large number of artists live on Langstrasse, and many work inside or outside the hotel, guaranteeing a constant flow of creative input.
The fulcrum of the hotel is the NENI restaurant, owned by the Molcho family, who has created its eclectic brand of cuisine inspired by Mediterranean and Asian traditions. In addition to the restaurant, the hotel also offers all of the amenities that guests expect from an establishment of its calibre: a spa, a bar, dedicated jogging areas, meeting rooms and much, much more. A total of 170 rooms are available, all with the highest level of comfort.
In fact, the hotel interiors are exactly where the Cappellini brand has contributed its furnishings to outfit the restaurant and public areas with the more iconic pieces from its collection.
They even created a customised version of the chair Juli by Werner Aisslinger, the hotel’s designer. The new chair is padded and decorated with personalised colours that blend harmoniously with the surrounding environment.
The chair matches the hotel’s modern, unconventional style, and adds a touch of class to the rooms.