After an extensive renovation, Mandarin Oriental Savoy opened its doors, combining historical charm and modern luxury in the heart of Zurich.
Many famous people, such as the celebrated pianist and composer Franz Liszt and the renowned English writer Charles Dickens, have stayed at Zurich’s oldest grand hotel. 185 years after the young baker Johannes Baur opened the city’s first grand hotel, Hotel Baur, Mandarin Oriental Savoy shines in new splendor.
Mandarin Oriental Savoy has been completely redesigned by renowned Parisian interior designer Tristan Auer. He has seamlessly combined historical details with contemporary style and has done everything to optimize the exceptional sight of Zurich’s landmark. Many of the 44 rooms and 36 suites have spacious balconies or rooftop terraces, while the interior blends beauty and functionality to create a haven of relaxation and comfort, inspired by the colors of the city and Zurich’s art scene.
With four restaurant and bar concepts led by chef Benjamin Halat, Mandarin Oriental Savoy treats its guests to a variety of culinary delights. The glamorous Savoy Brasserie & Bar serves French-inspired dishes, Swiss classics and signature cocktails all day long.
Orsini is an Italian fine-dining restaurant designed by Antonio Guida, head chef of the two Michelin-starred Seta restaurant at the Mandarin Oriental in Milan.
Finally, the Mandarin Lounge is the perfect place to relax after a day of shopping or sightseeing.
In spring, the 1838 Rooftop Bar opens with panoramic views of the city center and the Swiss Alps.
Located in the city center, Mandarin Oriental Savoy is a great venue for special occasions such as weddings, parties, celebrations and corporate events. More than 700 square meters of meeting and event space is available, including a beautifully restored historic ballroom.
With its old-world charm combined with sophisticated modernity, Mandarin Oriental Savoy not only graces the city of Zurich but also reflects its beauty.
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