The Dolder Grand is a 5-star superior hotel in Zurich. It is located on the Adlisberg, 200 metres above the city centre. Built in 1899, the hotel covers an area of 40,000 square metres and offers 173 rooms and suites. It is one of the Leading Hotels of the World.
Architect Jacques Gros built the luxury hotel in the Swiss timber construction style popular at the time, combining the romance of a forest house with the demands of pampered guests. The Dolder Grand Hotel & Kurhaus opened in 1899. The hotel had room for 220 guests and was equipped with a telephone, telegraph and shared bathrooms. The "Dolder" quickly became the meeting place of Zurich's distinguished society and the venue for luxurious balls.
In 2004, the hotel was temporarily closed and extensively renovated at a cost of 440 million Swiss francs. In 2008, the hotel, renovated by Norman Foster, was reopened.
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