This successful 4**** family hotel has just opened a new building named "Tgiasa Fastatsch" featuring Alpine design. Spacious, tasteful rooms and suites, a five-story wellness tower (the "Tor da Lenn") including a modern family spa with whirlpool, sauna and a fitness room, tennis, minigolf etc. Light meals in the Capricorn restaurant, specialities from the grill in the restaurant Fastatsch and a welcoming fireplace-bar. Professional childcare, enticing all-inclusive offers and high-tech seminar rooms. Mountain railways, ski runs, bike routes and hiking paths all on the doorstep.
Switzerland’s only children’s hotel is located in the mountain village of Wiesen, 20 minutes from Davos. The 32 apartments and family rooms are spread over three buildings and all have a kitchenette and a beautiful view. Small wellness area with children's pool and massage. Baby and child care in the play area and outdoors. Panoramic restaurant for half board and à la carte dishes. Now also available for rent as holiday apartments.
This hotel set above Lake Biel on a gentle slope resembles a village made up of 24 pavilions. The open architecture, the magnificent panoramic view over Lake Biel, the varied recreational opportunities and professional conference facilities make this complex unique. 19 double rooms, 24 pavilions with 3-6 beds, e-bikes, swimming pool with a special "high-altitude" sandy beach and restaurant. Ideally located for trips to the Bernese Jura, to Biel, and to St. Peter's Island.
The Märchenhotel – Fairy-Tale Hotel – is located in Braunwald on a sunny traffic-free Glarnerland terrace. An absolute top address for family holidays; rated Switzerland’s second-best family hotel in the SonntagsZeitung Ratings 2011! The former restructured Grandhotel provides ample space for big and small to enjoy maximum pleasure and relaxation with: Grand panorama dining room, modern family suites and rooftop wellness area with great views. The hotel is an ideal starting point for hikes and trips to the Zwerg Bartli (bearded dwarf) adventure path – and of course Braunwald skiing area in winter.