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  • Hotel Crusch Alva

    A hotel straight out of a picture book: The designated heritage Engadine building on the village square is an absolute mountain idyll. The interior offers the finest hospitality. Comfortable rooms with superb wooden beds, two restaurants with local specialities and the warm, cosy atmosphere provide quality rest and relaxation surrounded by the spectacular Engadine mountains.
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  • Hotel Albrici

    Back in 1848, this was the first hotel in Poschiavo. Centrally located on the quaint village square. All rooms have been refurbished and are equipped with shower and WC. Ristorante-pizzeria serves Poschiavo and seasonal specialities, with crisp pizza straight from the wood-fired oven. The establishment is famed for the stunning dining room with portraits of Sybils, the cosy hotel bar with its open fireplace and its extensive terrace on the village square.
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  • Albergo Monte Verità

    Well located hotel on the Monte Verità in the Bauhaus style. Founded by idealistic naturalists and vegetarians, it is still a place of encounter, philosophy and ideas today. Extensive renovations have been carried out in 2008. Restaurant serving Mediterranean cuisine, fine dining room and terrace with a gorgeous view.
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  • La Couronne Hotel Restaurant

    This 4-star boutique hotel was recently fully refurbished. Charming rooms with historic touches, familiar design classics, a sophisticated colour concept, traditional craftsmanship and contemporary furniture design. Banqueting hall with a view of St. Ursen Cathedral. French-inspired gastronomy in the elegant restaurant, bar à vin and large boulevard terrace. Parking spaces, wheelchair-friendly.
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  • Hotel Regina Mürren

    A historic hotel at the village center, located at 1600-meter-altitude in a car-free spot with views of the Eiger, Mönch and Jungfrau. 52 nostalgic and well-kept rooms with one to four beds, 12 of which with own bathroom. Large conservatory, sunny terrace, diverse rooms for meetings or festive gatherings and a cuisine focussing on regional products and vegetarian dishes. Hiking trails and ski slopes are within walking distance.
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  • Hotel Palazzo Salis

    The Palazzo Salis was built in 1629 by the knight Baptista von Salis, converted into a guest house in 1876 and awarded the distinction of Historic Hotel of the Year in 1998. The wildly romantic garden with its unique display of summer flowers won an award in 2009.
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  • Romantikhotel Bären Dürrenroth

    Located in Emmental, this hotel has a country inn and conference centre. 24 rooms and 6 suites lovingly and stylishly decorated in the guesthouse Kreuz. A variety of historical rooms and halls for up to 120 guests. Culinary delights are served in the gourmet restaurant Rother-Stube or in the cosy "Hornussen" lounge. A farmhouse from 1744 is home to the seminar building today.
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  • Grand Hotel & Kurhaus

    2,100 meters above sea level, this wellness hotel is located in the middle of a beautiful stone pine forest and surrounded by a large park. Dating back to the year 1896, the building exudes the comfort and durability of a mountain hotel. The colourful history of this hotel, shaped for four generations by the same family, is evident everywhere. Many of the 65 rooms offer an incomparable view of the nearby mountain peaks. The unique, quiet location guarantees pure relaxation.
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  • Hotel & Pension Waldrand-Pochtenalp

    Europe’s steepest Postbus route climbs from Kiental up to an Alpine gem from another time: Built in 1910 in the style of a Swiss chalet, this hotel brings history to life. The garden chairs and tables date from around that time, and the organically grown building offering rooms without WLAN access, cell phone reception and TV is rich in nostalgic charm and offers unique peace and tranquillity.
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  • Hotel Waldhaus Sils

    This old building of over a hundred years has lost none of its former charm and grandeur. Visitors from around the world are enchanted with the nostalgic rooms, the impressive staircase and the sophisticated manner in which this has remained a young hotel. Still run by its founding family, this is a place where aficionados, gourmets, children, artists and nature lovers feel right at home.
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  • Ritterhaus Chasa de Capol

    This hotel is situated at the end of an historic mule track, which is the Ofen Pass road today. After it had stood empty for more than 100 years, the Schweizer family took it over in 1954 and today the second generation of Schweizers runs this hotel. Accompanying authentic food and drink is their home-made South Tyrolean wine. A theatre and the stylish Davidoff Lounge round off the offerings.
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  • Hotel Fex

    An idyllic location surrounded by mountains and alongside a clear mountain stream. The historic building has been renovated with great care and offers 15 simple rooms, some with their own bathroom. In culinary terms, the emphasis is on local produce and original preparation. A stylish dining room, a cosy Stüva with fireplace and a large sun terrace. The Fextal valley is car-free and guests are collected from the valley by bus. The ideal starting place for walks, cross-country and ski tours. Includes a playground outside the hotel. Free wireless LAN.
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  • Kurhaus Bergün

    The magnificent spa hotel stands out for its historic structure, stylish architecture and personal atmosphere. A unique mixture of holiday apartments, hotel rooms, history and culture. Ideal for individual guests, groups and families. Creative Alpine cuisine with an international flavour. Sun terrace, tennis court, park, playground, library. “ibex fairstay silver” sustainability label.
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  • 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 cosy, 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 specialities.
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  • Hotel Falken

    This Victorian hotel, built in 1895, is situated in the Jungfrau region. Several generations of the family who owns it have renovated and maintained it in such a way that its special historic charm has been preserved. 44 nostalgic rooms, a stately restaurant and a cosy house bar for a few relaxing hours. Large terrace and a secluded park.
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  • Hotel Krafft Basel

    Directly on the banks of the Rhine in Klein-Basel (Lesser Basel). Comprehensive room renovations respecting the existing building structures were carried out in 2005, supplemented with Swiss-type furniture. In 2008 the 12 renovated rooms with en-suite bathrooms in the annex, complemented with Vitra furniture, were opened. The Krafft cuisine is based on local and seasonal creations, served either in the restaurant overlooking the Rhine or on the terrace.
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  • Hotel Splendide Royal

    The Aga Khan was there, as were François Mitterand, Tina Turner and Igor Stravinsky, Sophia Loren and Marcello Mastroianni, Björn Borg and Alain Prost. The famous Hotel Splendide Royal wears its name like a badge of honour. And with good reason, too. For this hotel has been the number one address in Lugano for a good one hundred years. And not just for the rich and famous, but for all those wishing to explore the fascinating world of Ticino or visiting the region on business.
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  • Hotel Kloster Fischingen

    Spiritual rejuvenation in this beautifully renovated monastery, which is home to a small Benedictine community. The 30 cells formerly occupied by the monks are bright and stylishly furnished and all have desks and modern bathrooms. Regional and seasonal specialities are served in the restaurant. Charming Pilgrim’s room, banquet hall. Drinking water from the Abbey’s own spring, beer brewery. Concerts and cultural events.
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  • Hotel Landgasthof Ruedihus

    This country inn is situated one kilometre from the centre of Kandersteg, opposite its sister hotel the Doldenhorn, whose indoor pool and wellness centre can be used by Ruedihus guests free of charge. Eight charming rooms, two junior suites and two restaurants: The Chäs u Wystube (cheese and wine bar) with raclette, fondue and rösti, and the elegant Biedermeierstube with Swiss specialities such as Sure Mocke (wine-braised beef), Zürigschnätzläts (sautéed strips of veal, served in a cream sauce with rösti) and Blauseeforellen (Blue Lake rainbow trout).
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  • Hof Zuort

    On a forest clearing, the Zuort hamlet lies far from hustle and bustle in an idyllic spot amidst a beautiful mountain world. The personally run hotel with restaurant comprises 6 stylish rooms and, in addition, two separate chalet suites are available for rent on request. Local specialities and wines are served either on the sun terrace or in the dining lounge in an authentic and cosy establishment just perfect for nature lovers.
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  • Schloss Schadau Hotel - Restaurant

    Schadau Castle enjoys a idyllic location directly on the shores of Lake Thun. Formerly a private summer residence, it is now a charming gem of a hotel. Elegant rooms with parquet floors, lounge serving alcoholic drinks, tea and coffee. Free use of the wellness facility in the neighbouring Seepark Hotel. Banqueting and seminar rooms. French, Mediterranean cuisine. Wide range of sherries and ports. English-style gardens.
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  • Schloss Wartegg

    Schloss Wartegg was built in 1557 overlooking the southern shore of Lake Constance. Around 1960, this former refuge of the Empress Zita fell into a Sleeping Beauty-type slumber. 1994 brought about a cultural awakening and the careful renovation of this elegant hotel. The castle garden with its useful plants (ProSpecieRara), many of which originally came from old farm gardens, is quite unique - and so is the interplay between wonderful seasonal fresh ingredients.
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  • Hotel Terrasse am See

    The Hotel Terrasse am See was opened in 1873 under the name Hotel Rigi-Bahn. Its fantastic location right on the lake, the breakfast buffet above the lake until 11am in the Restaurant Rondel, the tranquility and views from the panoramic terrace and the evening atmosphere will transport you to another world. This holiday hotel offers the right infrastructure for a number of hobbies and is ideal for excursions, being right next to the boat landing and the Vitznau-Rigi Railway. The last major refurbishment was carried out in 2012.
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  • Romantik Hotel Gasthof Hirschen

    This inn is idyllically situated on the Rhine in the historic little bridge town of Eglisau. It was first mentioned as far back as 1523. In 2007 the Hirschen was reopened after four years of renovation. Seven rooms and suites with the atmosphere of the 17th, 18th and 19th centuries, but with 21st century comfort. Gourmet restaurant with 1 Star Michelin and 16 Gault Millau points and bistro with a terrace overlooking the river.
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  • Hotel du Pillon Relais du Silence

    The Hotel du Pillon is a historic hotel with lots of charm! Perched above the village of Les Diablerets, it has 14 rooms with breathtaking views, some of which look out onto the Diablerets Glacier and enjoy sunshine all year round.
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  • Schatzalp Snow & Mountain Resort

    This nostalgic Art Nouveau style building with its Belle Époque atmosphere, already described in Thomas Mann's book "Zauberberg" [Magic Mountain], opened its doors in 1900 as a luxury sanatorium and was later converted to a mountain hotel. The soul of the house, its architecture, has been preserved in its original form until today. The Villa Guarda - formerly the former doctor's residence - and the Chalet exude new splendour with their luxurious suites. With the Schatzalp train, the "Magic Mountain" is just four minutes away from the centre of Davos. Free WLAN access throughout the hotel premises, even in the Schatzalp/Strela skiing area.
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  • Kreuz Herzogenbuchsee

    This magnificent hotel is a vibrant cultural centre rich in history and style centrally located between Bern, Basel and Zurich. Its 12 individual bijou rooms are a combination of historical charm and innovative design. Atmospheric ballrooms, seminar rooms and the KreuzKellerBühne that stages cultural events. Seasonal and creative cuisine, a large sun terrace, a vaulted cellar and parking.
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  • Atrium Hotel Blume

    An atrium hotel inspired by Ancient Rome, quietly located in the historic spa district. Now in its 2nd generation, the family business is run by the Erne brothers. 34 comfortable rooms. Romantic à la carte restaurant in the gallery overlooking the covered inner courtyard with a well and plants. The thermal baths are a famously exclusive place for undisturbed indulgence. The authentic Art Nouveau hotel has its own vineyards and a culinary emphasis on regional specialities.
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  • Grimsel Hospiz - Historisches Alpinhotel

    The centuries-old Grimsel Hospice is located in the midst of a bleak and rocky landscape, on the turquoise waters of an artificial lake. After comprehensive renovations, the former defiant miners' abode was transformed into an extremely elegant hotel - a place made for aesthetes and lovers of nature. Boasts a panoramic lounge, a fireplace lounge, bar, restaurant, seductive wine cellar and cosy rooms that include every comfort.
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  • B&B Türmlihus

    Located in a tranquil little mountain village, this B & B has four comfortable guest rooms individually decorated by color. Secluded places to sit back and relax around the house. Generous breakfasts include tasty homemade specialties and, depending on the weather, breakfast is served in the garden alcove or in the wood-paneled parlor. An ideal location for skiing, hiking, biking at solely 20 to 30 minutes from Chur, Davos and Klosters by car. Free Wi-Fi.
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  • Hotel Stern und Post

    Amsteg is a great place to stay to get another, quieter perspective on the Gotthard region. This unique hotel dating from 1788 has just been sensitively and stylishly restored to its former splendour, making it and its venerable speciality restaurant well worth a visit. Elegant rooms, a restaurant with fine cuisine and dedicated conference facilities make this an ideal base for guests seeking peace and relaxation while soaking up the atmosphere of days gone by.
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  • Meisser Hotel

    The hillside location itself on the edge of the small village of Guarda is breathtaking enough! The hotel consists of two beautifully decorated 15th-century Engadin buildings.
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  • Hotel Chesa Grischuna

    A 30's style hotel, located in the heart of the monastery. The family Guler has owned and managed it since it opened its doors in 1938. The legendary Chesa restaurant boasts 15 Gault Millau points and serves a cuisine that adapts to fresh market produce. In the Chesa Bar there is live music, while eating raclette becomes a whole new experience in the Carigiet Bar and Tavern with its bowling alley.
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  • Landvogthaus - Historisches Privathotel

    The impressive and over 400-year-old manor house is today a charming private hotel with four romantic and differently furnished rooms. In addition a large museum forms part of the ensemble - spread over six floors and where one can literally experience living in the past! The Landvogthaus is a non-smoking establishment run personally by the owner, and a dwelling place where magnificent views of the Tödi further enhance each stay
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  • Hôtel Masson

    The charming 33-room Hôtel Masson lies in an elevated, panoramic position on the old Simplon road. The present building, dating from 1829, was originally a wine grower’s house; now the oldest hotel in Montreux, it lies just minutes both from the town centre and from the famous Château de Chillon.
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