Hotel Schweizerhof

A first-class example of good design, this ultra modern 1,500m2 wellness oasis boasts the largest hotel hamam in the Alpine region. more

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Albergo Losone

The hotel’s private golf course is set on sixteen thousand square metres, rooms with direct access to and views of the golf course. more

Albergo Losone
Mongol Yurts, 2000m

Mongol Yurts, 2000m

Seven original Mongol yurts are somewhat different accommodations for hikers, families, school classes and groups, wishing to stay overnight at... more

Hotel Schweizerhof

A first-class example of good design, this ultra modern 1,500m2 wellness oasis boasts the largest hotel hamam in the Alpine region.

A Design Hotel personally managed by its outgoing hosts and located in a stately building dating back to the turn of the century. Exclusive and elegant nostalgia rooms, stylish lobby-lounge, four restaurants and trendy rooms, also for more modest budgets. Located in the heart of Lenzerheide with direct bus connections to the ski and hiking areas. Modern, aesthetically pleasing wellness complex.

Albergo Losone

The hotel’s private golf course is set on sixteen thousand square metres, rooms with direct access to and views of the golf course.

This is an unconventional and original first-class establishment with an informal atmosphere in a tranquil setting on the Maggia, 2 km from Locarno. One of Switzerland's most popular family hotels with 80% of our guests being regulars. Extensive palm garden on 27,000m2, a hotel 9-hole golf course (pitch & putt), tennis, wellness, rest and recreation areas. Weather insurance and rate reductions for 3-generation families.

Mongol Yurts, 2000m

Seven original Mongol yurts are somewhat different accommodations for hikers, families, school classes and groups, wishing to stay overnight at Rochers-de-Naye, at an altitude of 2’000 meters.

Seven original Mongol yurts are somewhat different accommodations for hikers, families, school classes and groups, wishing to stay overnight at Rochers-de-Naye, at an altitude of 2’000 meters.