A city resort of luxury class awaits guests who sign in at the Dolder Grand. The categories of the 173 rooms and suites range from single rooms to deluxe rooms and suites variously dimensioned and appointed. Four top suites aim to cater for individual extravagance. Largest of the top suites is the Maestro, housed in the tower of the historic Main Building. A stay here, on two floors totalling 400 square metres, including lounge-terrace, is bound to be a memorable experience.
Symbiosis of tradition and modernity
Leading London architects Foster and Partners have combined the Dolder Grand's historic Main Building with the innovations of modern architecture. Interior architects United Designers, also from London, have shaped new living spaces.
Lavish building and restoration work
The work on the Dolder Grand has been costed at 440 million Swiss francs.
Architect: Foster and Partners Ltd., London, Great Britain
Interior: United Designers Ltd., London, Great Britain
Floor: Fumed oak, natural oiled