Embrace the Winter season as things get festive at the Dolder Grand, Zurich


When winter arrives in Zurich, the pristine white snow covers the roofs of the historical city buildings and the surrounding majestic Alps, while the festive season and decorations add beauty and charm to the vibrant city. With its elevated location on the edge of the Adlisberg mountain overlooking Lake Zurich and the city centre, the Dolder Grand stands as an ideal destination for those looking to indulge in a festive winter atmosphere in Zurich.

  The Dolder Grand has planned a collection of festive stay packages designed to give travellers the best feel of Zurich’s winter festivity. Those planning to enjoy a short stay during December, celebrating Christmas or the new year, can choose the “Festive Me Up!” package offering a generous breakfast and CHF 300 credit per room and stay that can be redeemed at the Saltz restaurant, the Dolder Lodge or the Dolder Brunch. Or the “Christmas at The Restaurant” package is specifically designed for food lovers who appreciate the Michelin star-awarded cuisine of Heiko Nieder at The Restaurant.

  Travellers looking to stay for more than two nights can take advantage of the “One Night on Us” offer and enjoy a free night at an extravagant celebrity-favourite destination. All stay packages at the Dolder Grand include unlimited free access to the 43,000 sq ft Spa and complimentary BMW cars for guests to drive around the city and make the most of their holiday.

  The cosy winter has a lot to offer at the Dolder Grand, from the relaxing sound of the crackling fireplace to the glittering Christmas tree that stands a proud 4.5 metres tall and is adorned with over 4,000 baubles. The Dolder Grand’s Top Suites will also be lavishly decorated for a stylish festive winter season and an embellished fireplace.

   The Dolder Lodge is where Zurich meets St. Moritz; with a winter pop-up restaurant, guests can experience a ski-lodge atmosphere in St. Moritz style and enjoy Alpine dishes created by Michelin-starred chef Heiko Nieder precisely as expected from a refined Engadin ski resort.

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