The first property in Switzerland to join Autograph Collection is the Kameha Grand Zurich, showcasing some of its unusual features including a Poker Face Suite fitted with roulette tables and a Serenity Suite with yoga and wellness accessories.
The 24-room hotel was designed by well-known Dutch designer, Marcel Wanders, and many say these more unusual features are classic Wanders style.
Julius Robinson, Vice President, Autograph Collection said: “We are thrilled to welcome Kameha Grand Zurich as one of the first newly constructed hotels to join the Autograph Collection, and to launch our presence in Switzerland.”
“Autograph Collection is growing rapidly in the lifestyle hospitality sector, and we believe that Kameha Grand Zurich truly embodies the philosophy of our collection by showcasing creative design and a playful personality that is exactly like nothing else,” he added.
In addition to the unusually designed bedrooms and suites, Kameha Grand Zurich features two gourmet restaurants. L’Unico specializes in authentic Italian cuisine, while Yu Nijyo showcases Japanese culinary skill with sushi masters preparing dishes which can be tailored to suite guest preferences.
Puregold Bar takes its name from the Gold palettes adorning the walls and the Cigar Lounge is a place guests can enjoy a selection of Dominican and Cuban cigars. The Arabian-themed Shisha Lounge features a comprehensive range of Arabic Shisha and tobacco.
The Kameha Spa offers a menu of treatments and therapies with facilities including saunas, a steam room and relaxation beds in both the spa lounge and on the rooftop terrace. Signature treatments are themed after the mountains surrounding the city including an indulgent Mountain Herb Full Body Experience which includes a foot scrub and bath, full body massage with mountain herb oil, and a warm sheet body wrap to encourage the absorption of the treatment’s mountain elixir.
Close to Zurich Airport and Zurich Central Station, the hotel has six business suites for business meetings, conferences and celebrations. Conference facilities hold up to 960 people, and feature eight banqueting rooms and The Dome, an architecturally unusual event area which stretches over 7,500 square feet.
Kameha Grand Zurich is surrounded by the Glattpark, which features forests, meadows and ponds covering more than 30 acres, Kameha jogging trails, beach volleyball, basketball, and the Kameha Lake, Zurich’s largest freshwater lake.