Hovering above Lake Zurich touching a beautiful milieu of rolling wooded hills, the Dolder Grand is both a celebrated landmark and a demonstration of the up-to-date architecture. Submerged in the serenity of nature, guests can enjoy fine-dining in the 2-Michelin-starred restaurant or wind down in the cherished spa, both set in the magnificent hotel that impeccably syndicates traditional and contemporary architectural features. While the Dolder Grand’s vicinity to Zurich offers guests all the excitement of a cosmopolitan city, its pristine setting in Switzerland’s beautiful nature provides a serene retreat from urban life.
Under the direction of the Basel architecture, Jacques Gros, a place for relaxation and slackening was opened, which later on changing into the luxury hotel. The hotel expanded with the passage of time and today it stands out as one of the finest recreational and romantic place. In 2004, Dolder Grand proprietor Urs E. Schwarzenbach and Managing Director Thomas Schmid sought out eminent draughtsman Lord Norman Foster to helm the momentous hotel’s essential renewals.
Foster further added two up-to-the-minute annexes with sweeping glass frontages to either side of the hotel’s 19th century chief edifice to traditional woody frame, chiseled sunshades and fairy tale belfries. Each room is furnished with a classy and refined European elegance. Ambient igniting and lush fabrics in cowed mauve form a soft ambience, while regal patterns in dramatic shades flourishes and gives an aristocratic feel. By the espousal of its historic ancestries, the Dolder Grand’s rationalized style wages reverence to the past while exemplifying modern luxury.
Enter into the surprising world of luxury and extravagance with the electric and subtle combinations. All rooms of the hotel are lavishly furnished along with white – marble bathrooms. The vintage balconies provide the lodgings a turn-of-the-century zeitgeist. Inspired by the actress Giulietta Masina, The Dolder Grand’s Masina suite has a touch of the fascination and glamour from the films of 1950’s epoch. Likewise the Maestro Suites are enthused by Maestro Herbert von Karajan, the conductor with an influence of traditional music and classical architecture.
You can indulge yourself into the archetypal ethnicities with a techno beat at the Dolder’s Spa! It bids a matchless array of activities for your happiness and well-being. European and Japanese sways will take you into an inspiring world. Give your body and soul back what they need most – your inner poise, harmony and peace of mind.
A pleasant destination for those looking for the flurry of urban and the opulence of nature.