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If you’re looking for design-oriented luxury in the Jungfrau mountains, this boutique gem delivers with discreet service and authentically French cuisine...
Perched on a hill and surrounded by rambling gardens, this quirky place comprises several chalets. The individually themed rooms are certainly fun – you can snooze in a tree-trunk bed, under a bale of hay or in an Alpine-style hut...
An affable Swiss-Kiwi couple, Andreas and Kim, run this ornate, flower-bedecked chalet. Rooms are simple yet comfy, decorated with pine and pastels. Cheaper rooms forgo balconies and Jungfrau views. Home-grown farm produce is served at breakfast.
The sweet Breitenstein family make you feel at home in their rustic timber chalet, brimming with heirlooms from landscape paintings to snapshots of Elsbeth’s grandfather who had 12 children (those were the days…)...
Romantik Hotel Schweizerhof
The grand dame of Grindelwald, this plush art nouveau hotel has stylish rooms with gleaming slate-floored bathrooms. The spa is a big draw, with massage jets, treatment rooms, a teeth-chattering ice grotto and a pool with wide-screen mountain vistas...
Monika and Robert extend a warm welcome at this dark-wood chalet in the centre of town. The light, simple rooms are spotlessly clean; opt for a south-facing double for terrific Eiger views.
The bright rooms with downy duvets are immaculately kept at this grand old hotel; the best have balconies with Staubbach Falls views. There’s a sociable vibe in the lounge with free coffee and a kids’ play area.
Whisking you back 100 years, the chandelier-lit public areas at this genteel hotel exude art nouveau flair. Some rooms overdo the Laura Ashley–style pastels and florals but they are comfy, especially those with lake-facing balconies...
This Swiss farmhouse of sorts catches your eye with its ornately carved eaves. Though furnishings and bathrooms are a ’70s flashback, rooms are airy and spacious and not too much noise floats up from the bar below.
A traditional Swiss chalet with a 21st-century twist, the Alphorn has smart rooms with plenty of warm pine, chunky beds and balconies with country views...
Lots of loving detail has gone into this much-lauded chalet. Grimacing masks to ward off evil spirits and assorted knick-knacks enliven the place, while the light-flooded rooms feature lots of chunky pine...
Hotel Du Lac
Smiley old-fashioned service and a riverfront location near Interlaken Ost make this 19th-century hotel a solid choice...
This homey chalet is tucked away in a serene part of the village with brilliant views to Wetterhorn. Decorated in neutral hues with ‘70s-style trappings, rooms aren’t special but they are spotless. The best rooms have geranium-smothered balconies.
Guarded by a namesake Steinbock (ibex), this beautiful pine chalet dates to 1787. Decorated in warm terracotta hues, the plush rooms have organic mattresses, flat-screen TVs and slick bathrooms with pebble-floored showers for a spot of DIY reflexology...
In a quiet corner of town, 10 minutes’ stroll from the centre, Alpenblick is a great budget find, with squeaky-clean, pine-filled rooms. Basement dorms are jazzed up with bright duvets...
Sidling up to the forest, this family-run chalet is a five-minute toddle from the village centre. Rooms are light, spacious and pin-drop peaceful – ask for a south-facing one for dreamy Jungfrau views...
Central, clean and welcoming digs. Dorm buildings resemble military barracks, but the facilities are comfortably above par with a bistro, shared kitchen, TV lounge, games room and free internet.
Loop back under the rail track and head down the hill to this snug log chalet with bright, if compact, rooms. The affable Brunner family serves a hearty breakfast and the extra Sfr20 for half-board is incredible value.
Opulent, exclusive and – in case you happen to be wondering – accessible by helicopter, this hilltop fairy-tale palace has attracted celebrity royalty like Michael Jackson, Robbie Williams and Liza Minnelli...
Run by a fun- loving, on-the-ball team, this central pick offers great value. Besides clean, spruced-up rooms (the best have Eiger views), there is a downstairs pub serving tasty grub and a good selection of draught beers.
Vreni and Heinz are your welcoming hosts at this wood chalet, picturesquely perched above the village. Creaking floors lead up to cute pine-panelled rooms with check curtains, including a shoebox single that’s apparently Switzerland’s smallest...
Friendly service is something of a lucky dip, but we can’t fault the charming pine-clad quarters at this central hotel. Up the romance by opting for a four-poster bed...