From the box-shaped, glass-fronted architecture to the high-ceilinged foyer, complete with a granite floor and immense, specially commissioned Sol Le Witt mural, the Park Hyatt Zürich aims to impress. The interior is classy and comfortable; the abundance of glass windows means oodles of light, and some 92 works of art strewn throughout the rooms and public areas provide a constant stream of eye candy.
The 138 rooms are decorated in warm colors and equipped with tech-savvy amenities like state-of-the-art Bang & Olufsen flat-screen televisions and DVD players. Some have excellent views of Zürich. Furnishings come courtesy of reputable Italian artisans, and the large, luxurious marble bathrooms have separate soaking tubs and rain showers, double sinks in the suites, and toiletries from Laura Tonatto.
The larger, more sumptuous suites (executive, presidential) come with extras like separate dining rooms and freestanding tubs, while the hotel’s public areas include the swank Parkhuus restaurant and wine room, a distinguished lobby lounge and library, the chic Onyx Bar, and the Club Olympus Spa.