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Published: December  18, 2014

Hotel Kindli

Over 500 years ago pilgrims used to stop and rest at the KINDLI. Every year pilgrims from all over Europe came to participate in the Whitsun processions of the Frauenmünster and Grossmünster which, before the reformation, ended at the Lindenhof square located above the hotel. The Saxon pilgrim Hanns von Waltheym first mentioned the "KINDLI at the Pfalzgasse" in 1474. He commended the innkeeper, Albert Moser, for his exceptional piety and for not accommodating "riff-raff". 

The rich history is both an obligation and an inspiration for the present day KINDLI to continue the tradition of outstanding hospitality. An open house for international guests, who come to stay and rest, only to look forward to return an other day to be welcomed and looked after again.

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Hotel Kindli Pfalzgasse 1 8001 Zürich-Suiza

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Published: December  18, 2014

Hotel Kindli

Over 500 years ago pilgrims used to stop and rest at the KINDLI. Every year pilgrims from all over Europe came to participate in the Whitsun processions of the Frauenmünster and Grossmünster which, before the reformation, ended at the Lindenhof square located above the hotel. The Saxon pilgrim Hanns von Waltheym first mentioned the "KINDLI at the Pfalzgasse" in 1474. He commended the innkeeper, Albert Moser, for his exceptional piety and for not accommodating "riff-raff". 

The rich history is both an obligation and an inspiration for the present day KINDLI to continue the tradition of outstanding hospitality. An open house for international guests, who come to stay and rest, only to look forward to return an other day to be welcomed and looked after again.