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Kameha Grand Zürich - Zurich Hotels - Zurich, CH

Kameha Grand Zürich is a wild and witty antidote to its industrial Glattpark surroundings. Don’t be fooled by its boxy, glass-and-steel exterior. The graciously overblown wit and opulence of its Swiss-inspired interior, from the giant custom-made cowbells that hover precariously over the lobby to the chocolate-bar walls inside the hotel rooms, disarm and charm at every turn and make a visit here unforgettable. Business travelers will appreciate the hotel’s close proximity to the Zurich

Widder Hotel - Zurich Hotels - Zurich, CH

Widder Hotel is an art-and-design masterpiece in the heart of Zurich’s Old Town. Composed of nine medieval townhomes ingeniously joined together through modern passageways, the Widder balances impossibilities in style. While architectural elements, like carved beams and frescoed walls highlight its historic heritage, cutting-edge curated interiors push thrilling, edgy boundaries. It boasts a prime Old Town location, steps from the bustling Bahnhofstrasse and an easy walk to Lake Zurich

Park Hyatt Zurich - Zurich Hotels - Zurich, CH

Park Hyatt Zurich is an immersion in taste and sophistication that reflects its tony city-center location — it is in the banking district but also steps from the chic boutique-laden Bahnhofstrasse and close to Lake Zurich. Art and design are high priorities here. In the Lobby Lounge, soaring two-story ceilings and a massive custom-created mural by Sol LeWitt are balanced by intimate groups of sofas and chairs upholstered in soft leather and velvet. A great place for daytime meetings, casual

Fantasy Football at the FIFA World Football Museum Zurich

On Sunday February 28th, the FIFA World Football Museum opens in Zurich directly across from the Enge Bahnhof, and New in Zurich got to preview the collection. Scandal seekers beware – you might be disappointed. The glitzy tech-laden museum steers clear of politics, housing artifacts and exhibits that will appeal to stat-quoting aficionados, Messe- or Rooney worshippers as well as families looking for a rainy-day outing. With FIFA’s governing body still recovering from last year’s corruption c
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