With the week-long Eid al-Fitr holiday fast approaching, the Dolder Grand, a Zurich landmark and the city's hotspot for celebrity spotting shares the joy of Eid celebrations with those wishing to travel to Switzerland for the holiday. The "one night on us" offer invites guests to take a glimpse as Zurich blooms with new life again in the spring season with one complimentary night. Meaning stay four nights but only pay for three.
Make the most of the resort's premium location on the edge of the Adlisberg forest, surrounded by nature and just a few minutes away from the pulsating city centre; book one of the hotel's complimentary BMW cars. Drive around the largest city in Switzerland, relishing the city's incredible culture and significant art scene. Alternately, guests can make use of complimentary e-bikes provided by the Dolder Grand and ride between the stunning architecture taking in the fresh air of the beautiful lake of Zurich or the Limmat River.
Take advantage of unlimited and free access to the 43,000 sq ft spa at the Dolder Grand and use its unparalleled facilities that include a wellness centre and fitness area with cardio equipment and personal trainer, as well as a studio for complimentary Yoga, Pilates and Zumba classes.
Whilst the Aqua Zone features a 25-metre-long swimming pool and indoor and outdoor whirlpool with cold, warm, and mineral water couches, as well as an ice room where guests can cool down, especially after using the sanarium or the steam bath. The stunning spa also includes a separate area for ladies and gentlemen, a reading library and a circular meditation area covered from floor to ceiling with over 9,000 tiny mirror pieces.
It comes as no surprise that this is the place where celebrities find respite. The guestbook is filled with rapturous praise from famous personalities such as Winston Churchill, Nelson Mandela, Prince William, Leonardo DiCaprio and legendary director David Fincher for apparent reasons, whether it's the impressive displays of art collection where significant oeuvres can be found throughout by Salvador Dali, Henry Moore, and Keith Haring or the sumptuous suites and dining options. The Hollywood blockbuster "The woman with the dragon tattoo was partly shot at the Dolder Grand in 2010.
Stay like a celebrity, and check-in to one of the resort's top suites! With extravagance and individual expression, each suite is inspired by a specific "patron", such as the Maestro Suite, named for conductor Herbert von Karajan where musical references abound and include a grand piano and a harp as décor. The captivating Suite 100 takes its inspiration from the Rolling Stones and the infamous 100 Club in London, or the Masina Suite, named after Italian actress Giulietta Masina and celebrates 1950s glitz and glamour. At the same time, the Terrazza Suite and Carezza suites have been designed with specific styles and colours that match Arab guests' tastes and preferences.