The Omnia has been honoured with the title of Switzerland’s Leading Boutique Hotel at the World Travel Awards. Here Breaking Travel News speaks to Christian Eckert, managing director of the property, to find out how it feels to have been recognised by voters from around the globe
Badrutt’s Palace Hotel will manage El Paradiso mountain restaurant and club for the upcoming winter season, bringing the legendary culinary experience of the St. Moritz hotel to the slopes.
The UK and Switzerland have signed an agreement designed to benefit citizens who live and work abroad in either country. Travellers will be able to receive healthcare and other benefits.
With only 26 accommodations, the suite-only hotel on Quai Wilson is located right on Lake Geneva, with views of the water and the majestic Mont Blanc.
As of Saturday, guests from the UK will be allowed to enter Switzerland without having to quarantine if they can show proof of being fully vaccinated.
Roger Federer, newly appointed tourism ambassador for Switzerland, has starred in a new film for the destination. He is joined by legendary actor and Oscar winner Robert De Niro.
After years of positively representing Switzerland through his sporting excellence and friendly, down-to-earth manner, Roger Federer has now become an official brand ambassador for the destination.
Expected to open in 2026, the 69-guest room property will bring the brand’s legendary service and elegant design to the world-famous Swiss resort destination.
The hotel, which first opened in 1838, is a landmark property on Paradeplatz. It is located in the heart of the old town, close to the leisure attractions and a short walk from the shores of Lake Zurich.
Originally built in 1901 by French architect François Durel in a post-Haussmann style, the hotel is located on Quai Wilson and is currently being completely transformed.
Having taken a duo of titles at the World Ski Awards, Breaking Travel News here chats with Matthew Klaiber, business development manager at Chalet Zermatt Peak, to discover more
London City Airport welcomed the return of flights to Zürich earlier. Five flights a week, operated by home-based BA CityFlyer, will go between London’s most central airport and Switzerland’s largest city.