The Dolder Grand (formerly known as Grand Hotel Dolder) is a luxury spa hotel located on a 4 hectare plot on Adlisberg hill, 10 minutes’ drive from the centre of Zurich. The hotel originally opened as a health spa ("Curhaus") before it became a luxury hotel. The hotel reopened in April 2008 following a renovation and enlargement masterminded by the renowned British architect Norman Foster.
The Dolder Grand has 173 rooms located in its two newly built wings; the Spa Wing and the Golf Wing. The spacious rooms have floor-to-ceiling windows and enjoy views over either the city, Lake Zurich, the Alps, or the nearby forest.
The hotel’s Michelin-starred restaurant serves gourmet dishes which can be enjoyed on the terrace during the summer months. In the Garden Restaurant and in The Bar, guests can enjoy modern cuisine and a wide selection of fine wines and drinks.
The 4,000sqm Dolder Grand Spa includes a large pool with panoramic views, a ladies’ and gentlemen’s spa, fitness facilities, and 21 treatment rooms.
25 minutes (15km) from Zurich Airport (ZUR).