It is said to be the sunniest hotel in all of eastern Switzerland. The Wildhaus Hotel Sonne certainly enjoys a wonderfully sunny location. It has 30 comfortable rooms furnished in traditional rustic alpine style as well as spacious 2- and 4-roomed holiday apartments. In the à-la-carte restaurant housed inside seven tonnes of Maggia granite guests can help themselves to a sumptuous salad buffet, while those hoping to be bewitched can sample the culinary virtuosity of the Häxä-Stubä (literally "the Witch's Den").
Pristine nature, peace and warmth! The Riffelalp Resort 2222 m is a world of its own, far removed from the hustle and bustle of everyday life. Most of its 65 double rooms and five top suites have a balcony with breathtaking views of the Matterhorn. In the hotel's St.-Trop-Alp spa, moreover, guests can relax in Europe's highest outdoor pool. And just so the palate has something to feast on too, there are three different restaurants to provide culinary flights of fancy. Plus fantastic skiing and walking right on your doorstep.
The Hôtel des Trois Couronnes in Vevey was built on the shores of Lake Geneva back in 1842. Awarded a Guide Michelin star and 15 out of 20 Gault Millau points, the restaurant offers an enticing choice of delicacies and the terrace affords enchanting views of one of Switzerland’s loveliest landscapes. The exclusive Spa features numerous treatments including those by skin specialist Joëlle Ciocco. The hotel’s 71 rooms, junior suites and suites strike a perfect balance between tradition and today’s modern comforts, enhanced by unique vistas of Lake Geneva and the Alps.