Area Attractions

The idyllic city of Zurich offers an enticing blend of history and modernity. From Park Hyatt Zurich and its prime location within the commercial and financial district, travel to Old Town and wander down winding cobblestoned streets, all while you admire historic churches amid a medieval atmosphere. You’ll be in the center of it all: Whether you want to tour art museums, enjoy fine dining, or attend a live performance at the opera house, there’s no shortage of things to do in Zurich, just outside our door. 

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Park Hyatt Zurich

Beethovenstrasse 21
Zurich, Switzerland, 8002

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Hotel Activities

Gourmet Cooking Classes

Learn to create a delicious three-course meal from scratch under the guidance of Executive Chef Frank Widmer and his team. All of the fine ingredients and necessary equipment will be laid out for you.

Cocktail Classes

During each two-hour cocktail reception, students will learn to prepare a delicious cocktail, mix it themselves, and then taste their one-of-a-kind creation.

Dining with the Chef

Relish a delicious six-course vegetarian meal with carefully selected ingredients from sustainable sources in Switzerland. Over dinner, the chef will charm you with their creative journey and stories.

Culinary Journey to Scotland with Our Executive Chef

For three days, immerse yourself in the rolling countryside of Scotland, sample the freshest oysters, and taste fine whiskies on this one-of-a-kind culinary excursion.

Art & Design

Kunsthaus Zürich

Zurich’s museum of fine arts houses an impressive collection of works by Pablo Picasso, Edgar Degas, and more, as well as a collection documenting Zurich’s own Dada art movement.

Museum of Design

Discover industrial design, visual communication, architecture, and crafts at this sprawling design museum, part of the Zurich University for the Arts. Be sure to check out the Poster Collection, with 330,000 posters from all over the world.

Coninx Museum

Take in paintings, drawings, graphics, sculptures, and more at this comprehensive museum, known for its stunning artwork by Pablo Picasso.

Landmarks

Swiss National Museum

Learn about Switzerland’s storied past at this museum, one of the most important cultural destinations in Zurich. It’s home to the largest collection of Swiss artifacts, including Renaissance-era globes, ancient clocks, and regional costumes.

Botanical Garden of the University of Zurich

Owned by the University of Zurich, the garden is meticulously maintained, with 15,000 species of flora from all over the world.

Shopping

Bahnhofstrasse

Zurich’s main shopping promenade is home to dozens upon dozens of boutiques, restaurants, and galleries. Most of the stretch is closed to cars, allowing you to stroll freely throughout.

Im Viadukt

An electric street for shopping in Zurich, here you’ll find trendy restaurants, nightclubs, coffee shops, and fledgling fashion boutiques.

Niederdorf District

A quick walk from Part Hyatt Zurich, this charming district is a little village unto itself, with car-free alleys, small boutiques, and quaint cafés.

Beyer Uhren & Juwelen

The oldest watch shop in Switzerland is currently operated by this family’s seventh generation. Beyer is known around the world as a leader in luxury watch brands.

Sports & Fitness

Lake Zurich

The city of Zurich lies along the western end of this gorgeous Swiss lake. Go for a walk or jog along the lakeshore path, or opt for a boat ride on the tranquil waters.

Uetliberg Mountain

Breathe fresh Swiss air on a trek up this mountain, which offers sweeping views of the city and Lake Zurich from its summit at 871 meters above sea level.

Limmat River

Spend an afternoon sailing the Limmat River on a boat cruise, one of the most popular outdoor activities in Zurich. Cruise past the historic sights of Old Town and Zurich’s famous Town Hall.

FIFA World Football Museum

With more than 1,000 exhibits and 1,400 photographs, this museum is the final answer on all things FIFA and a must for any soccer enthusiast.