Switzerland Tourism’s new accommodation campaign has set the tone on hospitality standards and expectations for its visitors. Themed ‘Our Comfort Will Carry You’, the advert takes viewers on a journey around Switzerland in a bathtub.
From a wide range of hotels, holiday apartments, Alpine huts, farms and bed & breakfasts, Switzerland promises warm, relaxing and comfortable stays for their visitors.
Swiss Deluxe Hotels
Switzerland is synonymous with quality. From the quality of the air and natural assets to the multitude of experiences and stays, there is very little one can complain about. And this is especially true of the deluxe hotels on offer. Oozing charm and elegance, the architecture and state-of-the-art facilities in these well-located hotels offer the highest level of service. Value adds may include in-house winter sports schools, ski butlers, private cable car services and other details that complete the luxury experience.
Wellness & Spa Hotels
No visit to Switzerland is complete without experiencing its wellness and spa offerings. One way to do this is to stay at a spa hotel or resort. Aside from visitors staying at wellness resorts for medical or therapeutic treatments, regular visitors can take advantage of the many spa facilities and experiences on offer. Activities including yoga, health programs and hikes, as well as a range of beauty treatments using the highest quality Swiss brands and products.
Design and Lifestyle Hotels
Switzerland has an edgy and artsy side to it that often takes visitors by surprise. This can be appreciated with a stay at one of the country’s Design & Lifestyle Hotels. Contemporary and functional spaces built and furnished using carefully chosen materials, these hotels are not just for the modern traveller. While they mostly speak to the hearts of today’s trendy style-conscious guests, the spaces and facilities cater to anyone who values new experiences.
Swiss Historic Hotels
For a bit of history and old world charm, Switzerland offers a range of grand yet unpretentious guesthouses and hotels. Interesting stories aside, these historic hotels are cultural gems where national traditions are kept alive through the décor, menu and activities. Regardless of the location – in the mountains, at the edge of a forest, overlooking a glassy lake or in the lush Alpine meadows, guests can look forward to the warmest welcome, the utmost comfortable stay and a trip back to the yesteryears.
For a stay where typical and authentic Swiss experiences or specialties can be had, consider a typically Swiss hotel, where regional architecture and design meet Swiss traditions. One such hotel is the Romantik Hotel Julen located at the foot of the Matterhorn in Zermatt. Home to a herd of Valais blacknose sheep, host Paul-Marc Julen takes his guests to visit his sheep once a week. One thing is for certain, there are no sleepless nights for any guest here.
For more information visit www.myswitzerland.com/accommodations.