Swiss Deluxe Hotels Announces New Fall Openings and Events
Members of the Swiss Deluxe Hotels Association are Set for an Exciting Season with New Hotel and Restaurant Openings, as well as the First-Ever Cross-Border FIS Ski World Cup.
The members of Swiss Deluxe Hotels, an organization featuring 39 properties across Switzerland that are considered among the leading hotels worldwide and embody the prestige of the Swiss luxury hospitality sector, are gearing up for an exciting fall season with new events, hotel and restaurant openings.
Following an extensive renovation, the Mandarin Oriental Palace, Luzern is set to open on September 24, 2022. Located on the shores of Lake Lucerne with architecture by Iwan Bühler Architekten and interior designs by Jestico + Whiles, the hotel will feature contemporary elegance, five-star service and fine Swiss hospitality. The property boasts 136 guest rooms, including 48 of the largest suites in the city. Highights include two Panoramic Rooftop Terrace Suites as well as the luxurious Presidential Suite.
Travelers to Lucerne can also experience the hotel’s four restaurants and bars: MOzern Bar & Brasserie for all-day dining, Quai 10 for Mediterranean dishes, Colonnade for French haute cuisine, and Mizūmi, which will feature Japanese creations in an intimate experience for six guests. The Spa Bellefontaine complete’s the Mandarin Oriental Palace, Luzern’s exclusive offerings with an expansive wellness area with saunas, steam baths, experiential showers and a relaxation room, as well as a state-of-the-art fitness center.
Another opening for Swiss Deluxe Hotels is Radius by Stefan Beer, the newest restaurant at the Victoria-Jungfrau Grand Hotel & Spa. Opening at the end of September, the restaurant, with space for 30-40 guests, will feature an established “menü vo hie” committed to regionality as the offerings will be limited to products within a 30-mile radius. Boasting artistic, modern and creative dishes, Executive Chef Stefan Beer’s menu will feature epicurean delights travelers from across the globe are sure to enjoy. Herbs, berries, and nuts will come from the Victoria-Jungfrau’s Garden, and Chef Stefan Beer maintains close personal relations with the farmers and regional producers who supply choice ingredients for his dishes.
Also new for Fall 2022, the Grand Hotel Zermatterhof has been named the official hotel for the first-ever cross-border FIS Ski World Cup race in history. Taking place on October 29-30 and November 5-6, the race will start in Zermatt and finish in Cervinia, Italy. For travelers interested
in checking out the competitions in luxury and style, the Grand Hotel Zermatterhof has announced three new experiences featuring VIP access to the events including lunch, an exclusive viewing platform and use of the cable cars, ski passes, hotel accommodations including breakfast, and transfers to the Matterhorn Glacier Paradise Station.