The legacy of chef Benoît Violier survives intact as the Michelin Guide awards his restaurant its old three-star rating.
With a scenic background and luxurious amenities, the soon to be opened hotel is now on our wish list.
Here’s what you should look out for at one of the year’s most anticipated art events, happening June 16 – 19.
Join us as we take a trip around the world to find eco-friendly hotels that balance luxury with a responsible outlook.
Complications, cases and dials make great talking points, but few, like Hermes, pride themselves beyond the lugs of a ticker.
After a prolonged delay, the museum is set to be ready for visitors later this year, in Switzerland.
In total, Switzerland now has three triple-Michelin-starred restaurants; 18 two-star restaurants, and 95 one-star restaurants.
The popular ski resort of Zermatt has banned tourists from posing for photos with the famed search and rescue dog.
Ambitious plans have been revealed to construct a gigantic 1,250-foot skyscraper in the tiny 1,000-resident village of Vals.
Switzerland’s luxury watchmakers are considering raising prices on their timepieces in the eurozone by up to 7% due to the ballooning franc.
Raymond Weil Genève is known to be one of the few watch brands to bear the name of the founder and still operate as a family business.
The Grand Hotel Kronenhof in Pontresina, Switzerland, tops TripAdvisor’s list of the top 10 hotels in the world for 2014.
SIHH 2014 will be held January 20-24, 2014 at Palexpo in Geneva, Switzerland.
Switzerland is home to the most devoted chocoholics in the world, where per capita consumption averaged about 12 kg in 2012.
Louis Vuitton has opened a new “winter resort” store in one of the most sought-after seasonal destinations, Gstaad, Switzerland.
For the first time in at least two decades of reporting the worldwide cost of living survey Zurich sits atop the ranking as the world’s most expensive city. An index swing of 34 percentage points pushed the Swiss city up 4 places compared to last year to overtake Tokyo which remains in 2nd place. Geneva, … Continued
Planning a conference and want something a bit more personal? In the midst of negotiations and want to find the perfect private hideaway? Instead of a five star resort, what about renting out an entire village in central Europe, rebranding the street names after your top executives, etching your logo into the snow and hiring … Continued
Chocolate giant Nestlé has created a brand of luxury, bespoke chocolates that cater to consumers’ individual tastes and delivers the customized box within 48 hours. The new brand will be sold under Maison Cailler and begins with a chocolate tasting where consumers rate their preferred flavors in an online questionnaire. Within 48 hours, they’ll receive … Continued
Here’s a look at Franck Muller’s contribution for the 2011 ONLY Watch charity auction. The unique watch designed for this occasion is dubbed “Totally Switzerland” and painted in a distinctive vibrant shade of red, characteristic for the Swiss flag. This model is a variation of the Franck Muller Crazy Hours design, which offers an innovative … Continued
A report released last week by the French airports group Aeroports de Paris has suggested that Zurich’s airport boasts the highest customer satisfaction in Europe. Nearly 90 percent of travelers said that they were satisfied or very satisfied with their travel experience through Zurich International in Switzerland, by far the highest score of the 16 … Continued