A-ja Resort to open in Zurich

New hotel with 319 rooms, a co-working area and rooftop spa to start welcoming guests soon.

All photos copyright Christopher Tiess for a-ja Resort and Hotel GmbH
All photos copyright Christopher Tiess for a-ja Resort and Hotel GmbH

The new A-ja Resort will open later this month in Zurich Altstetten. The resort will occupy the first five floors of one of the three towers located at the Vulcano site near Altstetten railway station.

It will include 319 rooms, a deli restaurant and bar as well as a spa area with sauna and fitness.

Vegans, vegetarians and those with a gluten or lactose-free diet will be able to enjoy a meal at the a-yes deli restaurant.

The rooftop spa features an ice fountain, 'experience showers' and a sauna on the outdoor terrace with views over Zurich. The Nivea house offers body and beauty treatments using products from the well-known cosmetic brand.

On the fourth floor, a fitness area is open around the clock and offers cardio equipment as well as a power circuit.

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