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Ski Lodge Engelberg
This lodge is run by sociable Swedish pro skiers who make the most of their surrounds. The hotel fuses original art-nouveau flair with 21st-century comforts in smart rooms dotted with black-and-white action shots and old skis...
Beau Rivage Palace
Easily the most stunningly located hotel in town and one of only two five-star options, this luxury lakeside address is suitably sumptuous...
Hotel Victoria Meiringen
It’s the little touches that count at this boutique-chic hotel: from the fresh flowers and designer furnishings in your room to the mountain views and free room service...
Townhouse Boutique Hotel
With luxurious wallpapers, wallhangings, parquet floors and retro furniture, the 21 rooms in these stylish digs come in an assortment of sizes from 15 sq m to 35 sq m...
Try this option for unadulterated luxury. The only five-star hotel for miles, this former city hall has every amenity as well as brilliant views.
The top-floor box-like rooms offer good views. Rooms are functional and clean.
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...
Hotel Weisses Rössli
Rössli’s spacious rooms were recently revamped and now sport shiny parquet floors, modern tiled bathrooms and flat-screen TVs. The nicest have balconies.
This 600-year-old patrician house harbours parquet-floored, individually decorated rooms, which are bright and appealing, if a tad on the small side. The terrace has views over Konstanz’ rooftops and spires.
Einstein St. Gallen
Silk curtains, cherry-wood furnishings and plush lamb-wool rugs grace the spacious rooms at this grand 19th-century pile. Relax with a swim in the strikingly lit atrium pool or a massage in the spa...
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...
Hotel Du Faucon
A golden falcon marks the spot: well-placed on Fribourg’s main pedestrian street, this contemporary hideout offers an exceptional price–quality ratio. Furnishings are modern and mod-cons cleverly dotted throughout.
Hotel Waldhaus Am See
Overlooking the lake, this friendly pad has light-flooded rooms with pine furnishings and floral fabrics, many with enticing lake and mountain views. There’s a sauna and a restaurant serving appetising grill specialities.
A stylish family-run spot with its own tasty restaurant downstairs and wine bar next door, you cannot get any closer to the lake or the heart of the action. Its six rooms are simple, but pleasant; most have at least a lake glimpse.
Hotel De Londres Schweizerhof
Sure the decor is a blast from the ’70s, but this hotel’s friendly service, inviting atmosphere and prime location are timeless. It’s a five-minute walk from the train station on the main square.
Hotel Wysses Rössli
Goethe once stayed at this centuries-old hotel, whose spacious rooms have been renovated in generic modern style. The restaurant serves Swiss cuisine with a Mediterranean-style twist.
In 1829, this vintner’s mansion was converted into a hotel. The old charm has remained intact and the hotel, set in magnificent grounds, is on the Swiss Heritage list of the country’s most beautiful hotels...
Hotel Des Alpes
Go traditional or modern in rooms with wi-fi and sunny balconies at this family-run chalet. You’ll soon warm to the place swaddled in a sheepskin by the open fire or savouring crumbly croissants at breakfast.
Hotel Weisses Rössli
This belle-époque hotel is run with passione by Italian-speaking Paolo and his son Jean-Pierre. The old-style rooms with washbasins and teeny balconies are basic but comfy.
Stadthof Hotel Restaurant
Hotel Stadthof is handy to the train station and has 12 rather-plain but clean brightly whitewashed rooms with parquet flooring, some of which look over the park. There’s no shortage of eateries in Glarus.
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…)...
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.