You’ll want to move in class if you’re visiting the Swiss Alps. Switzerland has some wonderful boutique hotels, ranging from a 12th-century castle to a hillside residence overlooking Lake Lucerne, from the ritzy ski slopes of St Moritz to the chocolate-box resort of Zermatt. The mountains and the food are the two main attractions of a trip to the Swiss Alps. In the summertime, hike past glacial lakes, and in the winter, ski through snow-covered woods. And have a great feel of the luxury boutique hotels after your adventure.
You can check out these luxury boutique hotels when exploring the Swiss Alps.
Backstage Boutique Hotel
The Backstage Boutique Hotel provides a classy experience in the heart of Zermatt, where the well-heeled gather to ski. Its light-filled, eye-catching design reflects the owner’s architectural knowledge. This hotel goes all out when it comes to amenities, with a theater, an art gallery, and a well-equipped spa. The hotel is less than a five-minute walk from the Matterhorn Museum, making it ideal for exploring the town on foot.
Most popular amenities: Spa Pet friendly Free WiFiFamily rooms Restaurant Non-smoking rooms Bar
Schloss Hotel Thun
This castle-like hotel is a rare one that is replete with turrets and was built in 1190. It can be seen standing sentinel over the town of Thun. You can stay in the castle tower or the former prison, which both have refined apartments with views of the city, lake, or mountains. A Finnish sauna and steam room are available in a tiny spa. In the winter, relax around an outside fire in the courtroom and sip handmade mulled wine.
Most popular amenities: Bar Non-smoking roomsParking Pet friendly Free WiFi
This stylish chalet-style hotel is a favorite among après-ski fans and is situated in the photo-friendly town of Verbier. A trademark cocktail, such as the Charentaise, made with cognac and pear juice, can be ordered at the bar. After that, pass the nighttime at the hotel’s hotspot, the Farm Club, dancing and enjoying the moment. Don’t want to stay up late? Book a meal at the onsite restaurant, which is run by renowned chef Gregory Marchand, who specializes in alpine food with a French flair.
Most popular amenities: Spa Non-smoking roomsParking Restaurant Room service Free WiFiTea/Coffee Maker in All Rooms BarWonderful Breakfast
Although this is a modern design hotel, the walls of glass that run the length of the building attract your gaze away from the cool interiors and out into the valley beyond. Expect dramatic slate walls in the reception area, open fires, and contemporary art, a glass pod that doubles as a sitting room with excellent views, and a hot pool beneath the terrace from which to stare out over the valley. You’ll adore it if you want to be active in the mountains during the day and then relax in luxury at night.
Most popular amenities: 2 swimming pools Spa Non-smoking roomsexcellent Fitness CenterParking Room service Restaurant Bar
Whitepod is a group of ultra-cozy, igloo-shaped pods or tents nestled around the Pod House (a central wooden house) in the beautiful Swiss Alps. The camp’s ideology is centered on environmental preservation and getting away from it all. There are no noisy clubs or bustling streets nearby, and there are no throngs of speed-junky skiers; there is only the camp, its private slopes, and enough of wildlife. It’s completely silent and breathtakingly gorgeous.
Most popular amenities: Spa Free parkingTea/Coffee Maker in All Rooms Bar
We know Switzerland is a great place for fun and adventure. You definitely have to try out traditional cheese fondue and a rösti topped with a fried egg, bacon, and more cheese to have a fulfilling adventure. And that’s even before trying out the Swiss chocolate. There is no other place to get these classic treats than in one of the boutique hotels in Swiss Alp.