I’ve just stayed at the Park hotel on business. This is the partner hotel with the City Garden Hotel in Zug. A very minimalistic European décor interior and a very pleasant greeting at reception. Was very pleasantly surprised by the upgrade I received to a suite on the 4th floor.
The suite was “very large” and split in the 2 very large rooms with connecting walkthrough. It also had an outside veranda with table and chairs to enjoy the warm sunny evening…
The array of entertainment was a tad confusing with a myriad of remote controls, not all or which worked. But after a swap out of batteries from one to the other I finally got the TV working. Plenty of channels in different languages to suit all nationalities.
The lounge area had a sofa, chair and dinging table along with TV and entertainment system. Air conditioning was in the room but did not function at all.
The bedroom consisted of a king side bed and a single bed. The air conditioning was fully functional in this room. The bed was very comfortable.
There were full black out curtains, but it did take a ballerina balancing act to pull them out from their tied back position to fully drawn as they were tucked being various pieces of furniture.
There are no ironing facilities in the room. Apparently the Swiss “health and Safety police” have deemed this more dangerous the skiing! And us Adults are not responsible enough to operate said items without supervision, apparently, So it is not allowed! So you can get your clothing pressed – for a charge of course! – nothing is cheap in Switzerland…..hmmm…
Downstairs, there is a nice bar (it is a smoking bar – so not smoke free) where bar food and drinks are served to the gentle background of some bloke playing the piano and every song you’ve heard in an elevator over the past 20 years… pleasant enough but also mildly irritating. Although you have to feel sorry for the guy with he occasionally gets a “single clap” at the end of a song from Billy-no-mates in the corner of the bar every now and gain.
Overall, one of the upper end hotels in Zug. But its all relative when you’re paying through the nose for hotels. But at least you’re away from the church in Zug which has bells ringing all night long! So if you want a good night’s bell free sleep. This is the place for you…
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- A new dimension of upscale decor. Come and experience the ultimate in urban design.As you step into the Parkhotel Zug you are welcomed into a small world of unique elegance and inviting beauty. Our lobby – actually more of a living room – is dominated by a classically elegant design with light colors and first-class furnishings which invite you to stay.The 112 rooms and suites of the Parkhotel Zug are perfectly suited both for business travelers as well as individual guests. The rooms are designed with a modern ambiance as well as the latest technical facilities and amenities of a Superior hotel – all designed to satisfy even the most experienced travelers. ... more less
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