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The Dolder Grand’s elevated location provides a magnificent view of the city of Zurich, the lake and the Alps.
Summer break The Restaurant 2020
The Restaurant will be closed from 19 July 2020 to 10 August 2020. We will be happy to welcome you again on Tuesday evening, 11 August 2020.
Due to annual maintenance work, partial areas of the Spa will be closed from 30 March 2020 to 8 April 2020. We will be happy to welcome you again on 9 April 2020. Treatments are available at any time.
Extra-bed policy - In double rooms or rooms of a higher category, we will gladly provide a bed free of charge for a child under the age of 4.
Children aged 4 to 17: CHF 150.00 per night in the parents’ bed or in an extra bed (maximum of one extra bed per room). If you are travelling with more than one child, we recommend booking two rooms with a connecting door.
Extra beds for adults are available in junior suites and suites for an additional charge of CHF 150.00 per night (maximum of one extra bed per room).
The Dolder Grand is the perfect environment for people who are looking for pleasure, exclusivity and relaxation: 175 Rooms and Suites: 15 single rooms, 101 double rooms, 48 junior suites, 7 suites, 4 Top Suites, 1 Residence, exquisite cuisine, a spa covering 4,000 square metres and generous banqueting and seminar facilities. The original “Curhaus” dating from 1899 presents itself anew as the luxury-class City Resort. Its elevated location, between the pulsa¬ting life of the city and a refreshingly natural green zone, provides a magnificent view of the city of Zurich, the lake and the Alps. Most striking is the hotel’s art collection with more than 100 artworks including Andy Warhol, Henry Moore and Salvador Dalí.
Leading London architects Foster and Partners have combined the historic main building, dating from 1899, with the innovations of modern architecture. Two new wings, the Spa Wing and the Golf Wing, curve around the fully restored main building in a fusion of past and future. The Dolder Grand occupies a unique elevated position, between the city and the surrounding woodland.