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.
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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.
People arriving in England from Switzerland, the Czech Republic and Jamaica from tomorrow will be expected to quarantine after the countries became the latest to be removed from the safe list.
Some CHF1.275 billion will go directly for the two airlines, Swiss and Edelweiss, while up to CHF600 million will be allocated to other companies vital to the functioning of the sector.
Ultima Collection will launch Ultima Geneva Grand Villa, an urban sanctuary, at the start of April. Located on the shores of Lake Geneva, the villa will be a luxury residence available for private hire only, offering travellers a stylish gateway to the Alps.
British Airways has opened a newly refurbished lounge in Geneva. The facility has undergone significant work and follows a new design concept for the airline, which debuted in 2018.
Kongress + Kursaal Bern entered into an agreement with Swissôtel Hotels & Resorts whereby, effective in autumn 2020, Hotel Allegro will then be operated as Swissôtel Kursaal Bern.
Mandarin Oriental Hotel Group has announced that it will manage and re-brand an existing hotel on Lake Lucerne, Switzerland. The property is currently undergoing an extensive renovation and will re-open as Mandarin Oriental Palace, Luzern at the end of 2020.