You can easily get to us by train or by car.
Arrival by train
You can reach the city of Baden from Zurich central railway station within 15 minutes, and from Zurich airport, within 20–30 minutes. The SBB journey planner (www.sbb.ch) is very helpful for planning your trip.
The hotel is located in close proximity to the Baden railway station. Just follow the signs to "Trafo" and you will automatically end up at the hotel before you reach the "Trafo".
Arrival by car
From the A1 motorway, when coming from Zürich, take the "Baden-Neuenhof"* exit, and from the A1 motorway, travelling from Bern or Basel, take the "Baden West" exit. Cross the large intersection at Schulhausplatz in the direction of the city centre, then head towards the casino. Turn right onto Güterstrasse to get to the hotel entrance. Here you will also find our own parking spaces, which are subject to charges.
Important: Blue City Hotel's in-house parking lots will be closed from September to the end of December 2023 due to construction.
Alternatively, you can park in the Trafo multi-storey car park across the road.
You can buy your parking ticket for a special price of 25 CHF for 24 hours at the hotel reception. Unfortunately, we cannot reserve any parking spaces in advance as this is a public parking facility.
Obstruction of Mellingerstrasse due to surfacing work
For resurfacing works, Mellingerstrasse will be severely narrowed in Schadenmühlestich from Saturday 12 March 2022 to Thursday 17 March 2022. Crossing with trucks and buses will no longer be possible in the Schadenmühlstich. Mellingerstrasse will be routed by traffic services as needed. Considerable obstructions are to be expected for motorized traffic, including the public bus services of RVBW and Postbus. People who know the area should use alternative routes if possible. Work will be postponed in case of bad weather.
Construction phase 2 (south side in the section Bergstraße to SBB bridge) will start on March 17, 2022 with road construction and the renewal of various retaining walls and will last until fall 2022. Traffic will then be routed over the newly constructed pavement areas on the north side.