Holy. These pictures look more like an excellent luxury home than hotel suites, but I guess that’s the point.
The top suites (pictured above) are each inspired by four different “illustrious” guests, which hints at some serious airs of extravagance. So, if somehow you still have some money to burn, you can keep this on your short list of places to stay in Zurich.
The Dolder Grand: After a construction phase lasting four years, Zurich celebrates the return of one of its most prominent landmarks. The original “Curhaus” (health spa), built in 1899, has been transformed into a luxury-class city resort. In the process, the hotel’s glittering past and vibrant future have been fused together, as reflected in the architecture by Foster and Partners, the interior design by United Designers and the spa concept by Sylvia Sepielli.
Rooms start at around €333.33 (for Single Room Superior, not the Top Suites pictured above).