Urban and close to nature, set at the foot of the Uetliberg Mountain in Zurich, Atlantis by Giardino opened in December 2015 and provides exclusive rooms and suites with contemporary design, as well as an indoor and an outdoor pool. The rooms at Atlantis by Giardino are air-conditioned and include a flat-screen TV and include a non-alcoholic minibar and free WiFi. Most rooms also feature a balcony with views of the city and the surrounding nature. International fusion cuisine awaits guests at the restaurant Hide & Seek. The fine dining restaurant Ecco offers a multi-awarded restaurant concept from Ascona and St. Moritz (2 Michelin stars each). The elegant dipiù spa offers a wide range of high-quality treatments. The hotel is 4.9 km from Paradeplatz, 4.3 km from the famous Bahnhofstrasse shopping street and 5 km from the Main Railway Station Zurich. Zurich Airport is 14.1 km away
The Widders Hotel began as eight private houses which were joined in a rather elaborate renovation between 1990 and 1995. The result is a wonderfully-detailed, interlocking structure - home to service of the highest caliber and intemperate luxury. The rooms are as fascinating as they are varied. None of the floor plans are similar and the interior design spans many styles, from fine classic to chic and modern. Guests who have enjoyed their hospitality and discreet approach include Arnold Schwarzenegger and Cindy Crawford. Another plus point has to be the Widder Bar, which has introduced the most diverse of the jazz greats to its audiences. Pets are allowed on request.
Check yourself into opulent rooms at the Hyatt in this beautiful city, for a luxurious and memorable stay. Located in the financial district, just minutes away from the major tourist and shopping areas, the hotel is fully-accessible, with a host of facilities that live up to its name. If you are here on business, make sure you avail of the large meeting space and amenities. Evening plans could involve you draping yourself over a stool at the lavish Onyx Bar downstairs, with a hand-rolled cigar and a shot glass; or, you could also enjoy a nightcap from the mini-bar in the comfort of your sink-me-into-it bed with non-allergenic pillows and the lighting turned down. Sets the mood for some romance, doesn't it?
The Dolder Grand Hotel opened its doors in 1899 and is now considered to be one of Switzerland's best hotels. Set right on the edge of the woods, it could not be considered all that central but is wonderfully peaceful. The wedding cake-like building with its charming romantic turrets sits above the town in a sort of majesty, affording a fabulous view over Zurich. In this hotel, the notion of 'customer as king' is no illusion. The fact that the hotel's own golf course (for which a handicap is obligatory) was in the swing of things as early as 1907, speaks volumes. The rooms and suites are very generous in size; rather than being garish and over-extravagant, they ooze chic understated elegance, with soft colors and comfortable bourgeois-style furniture creating a stylish setting. For those seeking some entertainment out on the town, the 'Dolder Bus' runs into the town center and is free to hotel guests (M-Sa).
Established in 1844, Baur au Lac is now one of the top luxury hotels in the country. Facing the Limmat river, Lake Zurich and the Alps, the hotel offers spectacular views. Located within walking distance from Bahnhofstrasse, Paradeplatz and Zürich Hauptbahnhof train station, it is conveniently located near major attractions in the city. Within the hotel, guests can enjoy lavishly decorated rooms in the styles of Empire, Regency and Art Déco , four haute cuisine restaurants, boutiques and gift shops.
The Seehotel Sonne is located on the right bank of Zurich See in Küsnacht, 10 kilometers from the city centre. The hotel overlooks the lake, giving it a romantic feel, and the gardens on the lake create a wonderful holiday atmosphere. The hotel's Sonnengalerie restaurant serves main meals and 3-course menus, and contains displays of original works by contemporary artists. All the rooms are equipped with TV, telephone, and minibar. Pass some time in the evenings at the hotel beer garden. Cars may be parked in the hotel car park.
Dating back to 1845, it has been owned by the Hauser family from 1861 and is an important landmark in Lucerne. Hotel Schweizerhof Luzern also known as the Festival Hotel is one of the grandest of its kind and has hosted royal families, business tycoons and artists since its inceptions. Some of its past guests were Richard Wagner, Mark Twain, Roger Moore and Leo Tolstoy. Overlooking the Lake Lucerne, its rooms were renovated in 2014 and is inspired by the illustrious people who stayed here. You will find anecdotes, quotes and objects telling you the story behind an event or personality. This 5-star hotel is still a popular place among the elite. Get pampered in their spa and wellness area with specialized treatments. Delight your palate in their restaurants and unwind in their bar with live entertainment and a few drinks. Their state-of-the-art business center has all the facilities needed to make a conference or seminar successful. This reputed hotel hosts festivals like Lucerne Blues Festival, World Band Festival and Blue Balls Festival. You can be sure of a memorable stay at this historic accommodation.