Frequently asked questions
The Mall of Switzerland is intended as a shining example for shopping and leisure in Switzerland. This should appeal to both locals and tourists.
The total rental area is around 65,000 square metres. This makes the mall the largest shopping and leisure centre in Central Switzerland.
The total area is split up into roughly 25 percent leisure, 10 percent gastronomy and 65 percent retail space.
The forward-looking concept combines an attractive mix of shops and food outlets with unusual leisure and sport offerings. The unique children’s world, the first indoor wave in Switzerland, the IMAX cinema screen and the 12-screen multiplex cinema make this destination in the Swiss mountain and lake landscape a versatile and lively meeting place for the whole family.
At the Mall of Switzerland, ONE Training Centre has taken on an above-average area of over 2,300 square metres for a generous training area and also provides a generous indoor and outdoor wellness oasis with sauna, steam room and hamam. And while their parents are getting fit, the kids can be handed over to the professionals at the ONE children’s paradise, where they can craft, read picture books or splash about in the ball pool.
The pop-up shops are available for start-ups and their innovative ideas for a limited time period. There, young and forward-looking companies can try their hands at bricks-and-mortar retail.
The heart of the mall - the central Ebisquare - boasts plenty of cosy bars and cafés as well as a range of seating options for enjoyment and relaxation. Over the year, the square will host fashion shows and celebrations, sporting events and concerts.
A hotel is planned near the Mall of Switzerland, not far from Ebisquare.
The new ‘Lehrplan 21’ encompasses swimming lessons. Therefore, the surrounding communities are looking for a suitable location for a swimming pool. The Mall of Switzerland would be happy to oblige.
The project was financed by a subsidiary of Silver Holdings SA. This is a property investment company wholly owned by the Abu Dhabi Investment Authority (ADIA).