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Chic in Central Switzerland
Lovely and fascinating region
The awakening of the mystic mountain resort.
Andermatt is the perfect destination for nature lovers and outdoors fans activities all year round. In Winter, the SkiArena Andermatt-Sedrun –the largest ski resort in central Switzerland– is the perfect place for cross-country skiing, winter hiking and snow shoeing.
The variety of touring possibilities with the eight surrounding Alpine Passes is unique in the world! In both Summer and Winter, this region is the perfect place for nature lovers to enjoy unforgettable moments relaxing in a magnificent mountain atmosphere.
This largest ski area in Central Switzerland offers winter sports enthusiasts some 120 kilometres of varied pistes as well as cross-country skiing trails, winter hiking trails, snowshoe trails and much more. In summer, you can delight yourself with over 500 km of hiking trails to discover. A diverse natural landscape awaits for you, with countless mountain lakes, small glaciers, impressive side valleys and a range of mountain passes to be explored on foot or by bicycle.
This region at the Gotthard is noted for its cultural diversity and well-documented history. Traces of the turbulent past can be seen in the architecture, at the Valley Museum and at the fabled Schöllenen Gorge with its celebrated Devil’s Bridge, which once enabled travellers to cross the Gotthard Pass from north to south.
Courchevel offers access to the world’s largest ski area in the world, Les 3 Vallées, with 600 km of slopes, more than 180 green-blue slopes and more than 140 red-black slopes.
Recognized all over the world for its ski in/ski out hosting offer and unequalled quality, Courchevel consists of 6 villages between 1100 and 1850 meters above sea level, which will make you enjoy an exceptional experience.
When it comes to accommodation, Courchevel offers incomparable facilities and services with its 45 hotels ranging from 5* Palace to 2* hotels which offer really diversified options for our guests, as well as a wide range of apartments, residences and chalets for all budgets.
Courchevel is also part of the largest ski area of the world. With over 600 km of slopes, Les 3 Vallées is a veritable kingdom of winter sports opportunities. There are plenty of activities to enjoy your time here, like tobogganing, walking on footpaths or snowshoe trails, relaxing in one of the spas and experiencing new onews, like skidoo outing and hot air balloon, for example.
Finally, Courchevel has over 50 restaurants to enjoy a meal at ! From the traditional Savoyard restaurant to a Michelin starred one, whilst stopping off at a restaurant on the slopes, we have something to suit everyone’s tastes and budgets.
Unique variety for the whole family.
Nestled in the Bernese Oberland, Gstaad attracts a charming mix of visitors. While the main chalet village welcomes famous guests, the smaller neighbouring ones offer attractive options for families and also for children.
Gstaad spoils gourmands and families with a unique variety of offers. In Winter, over 200 km of ski slopes at altitudes of up to 3000 meters above sea level await for skiers and snowboard riders, between Zweisimmen and the only glacier in the Bernese Oberland. This makes of Gstaad a top-destination for cross-country skiers, sledding fans and free riders. In Summer, the wide-open countryside of the Saanenland offers a diverse sports programme for hiking, mountain biking, paragliding and golf.
Foodies will appreciate Gstaad as a leader of fine food and as a wellness oasis, while children under the age of 9 have the advantage of free travel on all the region’s mountain railways and cable cars. The village’s charming atmosphere and a touch of glamour will make of this holiday an unforgettable experience for you.
From Davos to Kloster, sports unlimited.
Klosters is a picture book holiday resort: an elegant chalet-style village, authentic traditions and an international flair with many cosmopolitan customs. Maybe that is why even royal guests feel so at home here. Here you will find a unique combination of a renowned mountain resort and the wonderland of an unspoilt Graubünden village.
Klosters was known as a Winter and Summer holiday destination more than 100 years ago. It experienced a decisive impetus in its development as a stylish holiday classic for connoisseurs in the 1950s. At that time, many famous names from the American and British film, music and theatre scene discovered the ski resort, which resulted in the name „Hollywood on the Rocks“. During this time, many British and American guests moved to Klosters, and made their second home here. They characterized the style and atmosphere of the holiday village for decades, and their children are still doing so to this day.
The diverse range of activities on offer in Summer and Winter is well suited to families with children. Situated in what has remained the rural part of the Prättigau (Graubünden), with its romantic village-like atmosphere Klosters stands in stark contrast to the nearby Alpine metropolis of Davos. Thanks to the Vereina tunnel, even the Engadine has now become a direct neighbouring region. Klosters belongs to the family resorts bearing the „Families Destination“ quality mark.
Top of the world
The birthplace of Alpine winter tourism
There’s more to St. Moritz than just being a holiday resort.
There’s more to St. Moritz than just being a holiday resort. It was indeed the birthplace of Alpine winter tourism (in 1864) and the Winter Olympics have been twice celebrated here. Situated at 1856 meters in the Upper Engadine, St. Moritz boasts plenty of sunny days all year round. Winter sports enthusiasts can enjoy over 350 km of pistes with a state-of-the-art infrastructure in the surrounding area.
In Summer, guests can enjoy a wide range of activities, such as hiking and mountain biking, but also plenty of others, like sailing, rowing, windsurfing, kitesurfing, tennis, minigolf or horse riding. Mountaineers have also plenty of options in Upper Engadine , with 17 climbing gardens of various difficulty levels.
The Cosmopolitan resort
Choose your adventure according to your desires.
As soon as the first snow falls, Verbier becomes a winter sports paradise. A cableway opens up the top of Mont Fort at a height of 3330 meters. From here there is a fantastic view to the Matterhorn, Grand Combin and Mont Blanc.
In the summer, Verbier offers over 500 km of hiking trails, a golf course and many possibilities for outdoors activities, as well as a notorious music festival to delight locals and visitors.
One day in Zermatt...
...is not enough
Zermatt, this is the most popular mountain village with the world’s most photographed mountain. Here is where alpinists, ski fans, bon vivants and nature lovers meet. Guests conveniently reach the centre of the alpine village by train. Since Zermatt has always been car-free, walking is the transport of choice, both during summer and winter. You can also take a horse carriage or one of the small electric taxis that take the guests’ luggage through the narrow streets to the hotels and holiday apartments.
In Winter, 360 kilometres of ski runs await for sports enthusiasts from early in the morning until late afternoon, both on the Swiss as well as on the Italian side of the Matterhorn, where the mountain is called Monte Cervino. The summer skiing area on the Theodul Glacier boasts 21 kilometres of runs with guaranteed snow. In other words: Zermatt offers 365 days of skiing per year. But winter hikers and snow shoe enthusiasts can also enjoy the snowy, glistening landscape.
For those who prefer the warm atmosphere of Summer, it is possible to walk on more than 400 km marked hiking and walking trails.
Furthermore, Zermatt is also known for being a pioneer for sustainability. Many enterprises (hotels, restaurants, cable ways e.g.) care since decades for a responsible handling of the resources like water, electricity, but also for the traffic and the technology of buildings.
in the city center
Medieval foundations, original beams, stucco ceilings and state of the art interior design make these precious apartments the ideal home for the discerning ones.
Rennweg is one of the most exclusive addresses in Zurich. Embedded in a historic row of houses whose origins date back to the 14thcentury, the new residences of the Widder Hotel lie between the world-famous Bahnhofstrasse and the idyllic alleys of Zurich‘s Old Town.
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