Typically Swiss Hotels

When traveling to Switzerland be sure to book your accommodation in one of the many Typically Swiss hotels that feature unique Swiss cuisine, hospitality, architecture and design. Service that is a touch more personal, an atmosphere that is authentic, food that is surprisingly down to earth - Typically Swiss is no empty promise, but rather the badge of honor for a hotel experience to be had only in Switzerland. Here, guests do not merely spend the night in typically Swiss surroundings; they are also given advice on what to see and where to go. Typically Swiss Hotels can be found all over the country and no two are alike, yet all are typically Swiss and as authentic as the regions in which they are based. No matter whether it is a romantic alpine hut, a charming country guesthouse or a luxury hotel - here, you will feel not just at home, but in seventh heaven!

Hotel Lej da Staz, St. Moritz

The Hotel-Restaurant Lej da Staz lies adjacent to the idyllic Lake Staz - close to St. Moritz. Ten hotel rooms offer cozy alpine comfort in privileged seclusion - where, in addition, its restaurant and terraces entice guests to share in the authentic easy-going Engadin way of life and typical regional dishes and products.

Grand Hotel Kronenhof, Pontresina

This hotel dates back to 1848 and is situated in a historic building in the village center of Pontresina. Completely renovated in 2007, the Grand Hotel now glows with a fresh splendor with its feudal rooms in Alpine design, state-of-the-art spa complex and magnificent halls. This award-winning architectural masterpiece affords sublime views with 4 restaurants, the Kronenstübli (16 Gault Millau points), childcare, tennis courts and bikes.

Romantik Hotel Schweizerhof, Grindelwald

Simply enchanting: this charming hotel is built in traditional chalet style and designed with loving attention to detail. The romantic rooms not only offer a wonderful atmosphere but every luxury too. The spa facilities have been given a new look, and the menus in the three restaurants are particularly outstanding. The Schweizerhof is a hotel to feel at home in, and an ideal starting point for hikes through the impressive mountain scenery.

Hotel Chalet Swiss, Interlaken

Just a few minutes walk from the center of Interlaken. This traditional chalet-style hotel, built in 1862, has been tastefully renovated over recent years. Charming rooms richly decorated in wood and with modern furnishings, a splendid flower garden, sauna, whirlpool and, above all, its special fondues, are all features of this comfortable hotel run by the Klopfer family.

Hotel Ofenhorn, Binn

A stay in this hotel becomes a journey through time, because the traditional Hotel Ofenhorn is steeped in history. Rooms, passages and dining room exude the spirit of the Belle Époque, for the original furniture and decorations from the time the hotel was founded still grace the interior spaces. Some of the rooms were renovated to be cozy, while four were lovingly restored as “nostalgic rooms” and are reminiscent of the pioneering days of the hotel industry. Even the restaurant keeps to the traditional with its Valais specialties.

Lausanne Palace and Spa, Lausanne

This urban, luxury Art Nouveau-style hotel went through a complete renovation to the lobby, restaurant and spa (6,890 square feet) in 2009. It is located in the heart of the city, with magnificent views of Lake Geneva. Luxurious rooms, 30 suites in pure Empire or Louis XVI style. The four first-class restaurants (17 Gault Millau points, 1 Michelin star) will take you on a culinary world tour from France to Japan.

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