Serviced Apartments Zurich

One of the most picturesque cities in Europe, Zurich is known for its stunning views and as a centre of banking and financial services. When looking for a stay at our serviced apartment in Zurich, which is a fantastic option that you should consider. At TheSqua.re, every apartment that we list on our platform is owned by a professional serviced apartment operator.

During your stay, you can be assured that you will have a spacious living area, a fully equipped kitchen, a modern bathroom and a comfortable bed to ensure that you get a great night’s sleep.

Luxury Serviced Apartments in Zurich For Travellers

If you are looking for furnished apartments in Zurich for rent, you might be struggling with where to start. So, we asked our expert reservations team for their favourite apartments in the city. Here is what they told us:

Each of our luxury apartments in Zurich offers exceptional service and experience. To learn more about our accommodation contact our reservations team for your next visit.

Benefits of Booking Furnished Apartments in Zurich with TheSqua.re

When visiting a new city, finding the right accommodation is of paramount importance. We are flooded with countless options and getting started can be overwhelming. At TheSqua.re, we are here to help you find the perfect spot.

Zurich serviced apartments are a great alternative to a hotel. In addition to all the extra space and comforts of your home, there are many other reasons why you should consider serviced apartments.

  • All bills are included in the rent
  • All our listings are professionally managed by experienced operators. 
  • Stylish interiors for all tastes
  • High-speed Wi-Fi
  • Centrally located in the heart of Zurich 
  • Ideal for long stays
  • Fully equipped kitchen so you can cook up your favourite meals
  • Bed linen changed on a weekly basis
  • Fully furnished

Why do Business Travellers Choose Corporate Housing in Zurich?

Zurich, the largest city in Switzerland, is one of Europe’s financial powerhouses. As such, the requirement for corporate accommodation in the city continues to grow, with more and more business travellers visiting each year. If you are travelling to Zurich on a business trip, finding professional accommodation is a priority. Our corporate housing in Zurich is located near major transport hubs and financial centres, in addition to being operated by established accommodation providers.

If you are building a corporate accommodation programme, contact one of our dedicated account managers on the live chat to find the perfect business apartment in Zurich. For discerning C-suite executives, we have luxury apartments available.

Short-Term Rentals in Zurich

Throughout the city, apartments are available on a short-stay basis. Perfect for visitors who are visiting the city for project work. Short term rentals in Zurich are ideal if you are looking to stay in the city without having to commit to long-term rentals.

Holiday Apartments in Zurich, Switzerland

Each year, over 4 million tourists visit Zurich. And it is no surprise. Zurich is a historic city located on the stunning Lake Zurich. As you travel through the city, you will experience the incredible sights, history and culture. Our holiday apartments in Zurich are located close to popular attractions such as Stadion Letzigrund Zürich, Grossmünster and the Swiss National Museum.

But when the sun sets, you will need a place to stay. Our furnished apartments in Zurich are available from seven nights to a month, making them a great option for anyone staying in the city looking to feel at home.

What is the Cost to Rent Apartments in Zurich?

When it comes to having a comfortable stay in Zurich. Our serviced apartments offer more value in terms of space and amenities. The average cost to stay at serviced apartments in Zurich starts from 80 CHF and goes upto 400 CHF. (CHF: Swiss franc)

Where to Stay in Zurich

Zurich has a history that dates back to the Roman Empire. Many of the old city’s neighbourhoods are still thriving, although they have transformed in recent years. Today, Zurich is divided into 12 neighbourhoods, or 12 Kreis in German.

Here are some of our favourite neighbourhoods in Zurich.

  • Kreis 1, known as Altstadt, is great for anyone who is a student of history. 
  • With great views of Lake Zurich, Kreis 2 lies along the west side of the city. 
  • Known as Industriequartier, Kreis 2 is the former home to the old industry. In recent years, the area has undergone large-scale redevelopment to create a contemporary city space.

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Some of the apartment buildings in Zurich will offer bed and breakfast or gym membership, whereas others may provide them with an extra charge. The apartment listing will make that clear. Other services include airport pick-up, meet and greet and so much more. Book your stay here for the full TheSqua.re experience.

That depends on the policy of the apartment/building management. You may have to enquire first when making your booking in Zurich serviced apartments.

Serviced apartmentsZurich have all the features of home, are centrally located and have other astounding attributes that make them better than hotels, as covered here .



One of the most picturesque cities in Europe, Zurich is known for its stunning views and as a centre of banking and financial services. When looking for a stay at our serviced apartment in Zurich, which is a fantastic option that you should consider. At TheSqua.re, every apartment that we list on our platform is owned by a professional serviced apartment operator.

During your stay, you can be assured that you will have a spacious living area, a fully equipped kitchen, a modern bathroom and a comfortable bed to ensure that you get a great night’s sleep.

Luxury Serviced Apartments in Zurich For Travellers

If you are looking for furnished apartments in Zurich for rent, you might be struggling with where to start. So, we asked our expert reservations team for their favourite apartments in the city. Here is what they told us:

Each of our luxury apartments in Zurich offers exceptional service and experience. To learn more about our accommodation contact our reservations team for your next visit.

Benefits of Booking Furnished Apartments in Zurich with TheSqua.re

When visiting a new city, finding the right accommodation is of paramount importance. We are flooded with countless options and getting started can be overwhelming. At TheSqua.re, we are here to help you find the perfect spot.

Zurich serviced apartments are a great alternative to a hotel. In addition to all the extra space and comforts of your home, there are many other reasons why you should consider serviced apartments.

  • All bills are included in the rent
  • All our listings are professionally managed by experienced operators. 
  • Stylish interiors for all tastes
  • High-speed Wi-Fi
  • Centrally located in the heart of Zurich 
  • Ideal for long stays
  • Fully equipped kitchen so you can cook up your favourite meals
  • Bed linen changed on a weekly basis
  • Fully furnished

Why do Business Travellers Choose Corporate Housing in Zurich?

Zurich, the largest city in Switzerland, is one of Europe’s financial powerhouses. As such, the requirement for corporate accommodation in the city continues to grow, with more and more business travellers visiting each year. If you are travelling to Zurich on a business trip, finding professional accommodation is a priority. Our corporate housing in Zurich is located near major transport hubs and financial centres, in addition to being operated by established accommodation providers.

If you are building a corporate accommodation programme, contact one of our dedicated account managers on the live chat to find the perfect business apartment in Zurich. For discerning C-suite executives, we have luxury apartments available.

Short-Term Rentals in Zurich

Throughout the city, apartments are available on a short-stay basis. Perfect for visitors who are visiting the city for project work. Short term rentals in Zurich are ideal if you are looking to stay in the city without having to commit to long-term rentals.

Holiday Apartments in Zurich, Switzerland

Each year, over 4 million tourists visit Zurich. And it is no surprise. Zurich is a historic city located on the stunning Lake Zurich. As you travel through the city, you will experience the incredible sights, history and culture. Our holiday apartments in Zurich are located close to popular attractions such as Stadion Letzigrund Zürich, Grossmünster and the Swiss National Museum.

But when the sun sets, you will need a place to stay. Our furnished apartments in Zurich are available from seven nights to a month, making them a great option for anyone staying in the city looking to feel at home.

What is the Cost to Rent Apartments in Zurich?

When it comes to having a comfortable stay in Zurich. Our serviced apartments offer more value in terms of space and amenities. The average cost to stay at serviced apartments in Zurich starts from 80 CHF and goes upto 400 CHF. (CHF: Swiss franc)

Where to Stay in Zurich

Zurich has a history that dates back to the Roman Empire. Many of the old city’s neighbourhoods are still thriving, although they have transformed in recent years. Today, Zurich is divided into 12 neighbourhoods, or 12 Kreis in German.

Here are some of our favourite neighbourhoods in Zurich.

  • Kreis 1, known as Altstadt, is great for anyone who is a student of history. 
  • With great views of Lake Zurich, Kreis 2 lies along the west side of the city. 
  • Known as Industriequartier, Kreis 2 is the former home to the old industry. In recent years, the area has undergone large-scale redevelopment to create a contemporary city space.
More About Zurich

What Do I Need to Know about Staying in Zurich?

To experience the best of the Swiss city. We have provided a quick guide with all you need to know about Zurich.

Facts About Zurich

  • When visiting Zurich, don’t waste your money on bottled water. Not only is bottled water expensive and bad for the environment, Zurich has some of the world’s cleanest drinking water. 
  • Muesli was created in Zurich. So be sure to grab a bowl. 
  • Zurich often tops Happiness Index ratings. 
  • Zurich is home to Europe’s largest church clock. 
  • Lake Zurich has been known to freeze, despite being almost 100 square kilometres. 
  • Google’s largest European office is located in Zurich.

Cost of Living in Zurich

Zurich is a very expensive city to live in. In 2021, Zurich was ranked the fourth most expensive city to live in worldwide. To live comfortably in the city, a single person would require a salary of around 3500 CHF - which equates to roughly £3100 per month. The cost of living in Zurich is high due to housing prices, the cost of goods and services and the high standard of living.

Tips for Visiting Zurich

  • Swiss Travel Pass is the most cost-effective shortcut to access public transportation and is available on transport throughout the city centre.
  • Zurich runs a number of late-night buses but it requires a ZVV ticket and a night supplement, which is available at the counter. 
  • A universal adapter is a must here. 
  • Considering the sudden temperature drops, a light cardigan or a coat would be useful for evenings. 
  • Although the official language of the city is German, you are likely to find most people have a good level of English.
  • Taxis in Zurich are some of the most expensive in the world, so be sure to walk or use public transport wherever possible.

Places to Visit in Zurich

When staying in Zurich, there is so much to do. If you are balancing limited time with work commitments, you will need to use your time wisely. Luckily, we spoke with our reservation experts to find out their highlights. 

  • St. Peter’s Church - Europe's oldest church and its largest clock face stand majestically right here in Zurich. The clock was erected in the 9th century. 
  • Lake Zurich - Pack a picnic and take in the astounding beauty of Lake Zurich. 
  • Old Town - Immerse in the beauty of the Limmat River and the warmth of Zurich locals in this mediaeval part of the city. 
  • Swiss National Museum - Zurich's most celebrated museum has over 860k artefacts from across the world.
  • Grossmünster Church - From the legacy of its stained glass paintings to that of the patron saints buried here.

What to Eat in Zurich

If you want to live in Zurich like a local, you have to immerse yourself in the local cuisine. Given the city’s cultural and financial importance, it is not surprising that Zurich has a wonderfully diverse range of cuisines available throughout the city. In recent years, Zurich’s reputation as a foodie paradise has grown. 

If you want to dive into the local culture, here are some of the must-try foods:

  • Cheese Fondue
  • Raclette, a strong cheese served with baked potatoes. 
  • Älplermagronen, a grain served with potatoes, macaroni and cheese.
  • Rosti, grated potato shallow fried.
  • Muesli is a combination of grains and dried fruits. 

Of course, what is a visit to Switzerland without sampling some of the best chocolate in the entire world?

Shopping in Zurich

Zurich is a great place to indulge in some retail therapy. From hip boutiques to high fashion, the city has plenty on offer for shoppers of any inclination. Bahnhofstrasse, the city’s main shopping district, runs parallel to the main station towards Lake Zurich. Many global fashion chains like Zara and Mango are located here. If you head closer to Paradeplatz, the main banking district, you will find major designer brands like Chanel and Gucci.

Although the Old Town possesses somewhat more traditional shops, the place has a reputation for being a bit of a tourist trap. So be wary if you visit.

Transportation in Zurich

Zurich benefits from an extensive network of public transport which is simple to use, even for the uninitiated. With connectivity to most neighbourhoods of Zurich and even outside the city, visitors find it very convenient to explore around at their own pace. With kids or family tagging along, one can expect no hassles in travelling within the city. 

Buses, trams, metro, and rail are the major reliable sources of travel. While locals heavily rely on these affordable networks, ferries top the charts for tourists. Considering the beauty of the Limmat River and Lake Zurich, their connectivity is almost a footnote given the stunning scenery. Reaching local attractions while enjoying the soft breeze and the waterfront views on the way make it a very popular means of travelling - but do take a coat during winter months as it can get very cold on the lake. Some of the key transport stations here include:

  • Zurich Hauptbahnhof (HB), which connects the city to other parts of the country and mainland Europe.
  • Oerlikon
  • Stampfenbachplatz
  • Zürich Triemli
  • Bahnhof Selnau
  • Zürich Enge
  • Köschenrüti
  • Zürich Wipkingen

Best Time to Visit Zurich

Like much of continental Europe, Zurich has four very distinct seasons of weather and a moderate temperature throughout most of the year. In winter, visitors should be sure to wrap up well with thick coats and jumpers as temperatures do regularly drop below zero. However, in the summer, Zurich can get very warm, with temperatures often hitting 30 degrees. As a general rule, visitors should always be prepared for all outcomes with the weather.

If you want to know more about Zurich Switzerland apartments, get in contact with our team.