Kameha Grand Zürich is a luxury international lifestyle hotel offering contemporary architecture and neo-baroque interiors. The property embraces technology and style, offering a range of 245 rooms, including six business suites, 11 individually designed themed suites, a King Kameha suite and an exclusive Space suite, designed by the visual artist Michael Najjar. Kameha Grand Zurich embraces visitors in a multi-layer sensory experience, incorporating key touches of Swiss essence and ingenuity.
The fusions of colour and structural design are the brainchild of award winning Dutch designer Marcel Wanders. Marcel’s creativity and trademark innovative mix of materials and techniques are clear throughout the property, paying homage to Swiss culture through small creative touches including chocolate patterned wall panelling and mini bars styled on bank vaults.
Examples of the unique suites available at the hotel include the Poker Face Suite, which features a roulette table and Kameha poker cards and will be a showcase of gaming extravagance. For those with fitness and wellbeing in mind, the Serenity Suite will offer light and airy interior designs, creating an intimate and healing atmosphere with yoga accessories and scented candles and the Workout Suite will allow guests to ‘feel the burn’ 24/7 with a personal in-room treadmill and bench. The top floor of the property is taken up exclusively by the King Kameha Suite, and the exclusive Space Suite, designed by Michael Najjar, offering the ultimate lifestyle experience, these spacious suites offer walk-in wardrobes and a truly elegant ambiance.
The Kameha Grand Zurich presents a culinary variety in the Italian restaurant L'Unico or in the Japanese fine-dining restaurant Yu Nijyo. Drinks can be enjoyed in the Puregold Bar, the smoker's lounge offers a wide range of cigars and there is also an oriental Shisha Lounge.
The Kameha Spa provides various wellness and beauty treatments, a 60°C sanarium, a steam bath and relax beds on the rooftop terrace. For those who would like to be active the Power House offers state-of-the-art work-out equipment.
• 245 rooms
• Hotel opened: 2015
• Architecture: Seastian Knorr
• Interiors: Marcel Wanders