Swiss con­ge­nial­ity

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science fac­ul­ties now oc­cupy the re­mod­elled Toni dairy – once Europe’s largest milkpro­cess­ing fa­cil­ity – and the Prime Tower (Hard­strasse 201, Zurich; prime­ is Switzer­land’s tallest sky­scraper with a se­lec­tion of bars and restau­rants in­clud­ing Clouds ( on the 35th floor.

Frau Gerold’s Garten (Gerold­strasse 23/23a, Zürich; started as a beer gar­den but mor­phed into a lo­cal haunt with ca­sual places to drink and dine while Im Viadukt (Viaduk­t­strasse, Zürich; , which was built un­der the rail­way arches, has bou­tiques and gal­leries as well as a Mar­ket Hall that’s home to about 20 food pro­duc­ers. In a city staked with re­gal old­world ho­tels – the fairy­tale Dolder Grand (Kurhausstrasse 65, Zürich; he­do­ld­er­ is an icon – there are still new ac­com­mo­da­tion op­tions pop­ping up. The Kameha Grand Zurich (Du­faux-Strasse 1, Glattpark; kame­ha­grand opened on March 1, the Dorint Air­port Ho­tel Zurich (Ri­ethof­s­trasse 40, Op­fikon-Glat­tbrugg; hote­lair­ and Sher­a­ton Zurich Ho­tel (Pf­in­gst­wei­d­strasse 100, Zurich; sher­a­tonzurich­ho­ were un­veiled in 2014.

And bou­tique Ho­tel City Zurich (Löwen­strasse 34, Zurich; hotel­ is back in busi­ness af­ter un­der­go­ing a seven-month ren­o­va­tion.

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