Switzerland is one of the countries considered safe for tourists in the current pandemic. Not only for its excellent medical care but also for its stunning, dramatic landscapes and seclusion. If you are seeking tranquillity, and spectacular scenery, from historic towns and contemporary cities, wildflower meadows, to rugged mountain landscapes and Swiss traditions. You definitely should consider a trip to Switzerland this summer. Experience this incredible country from a unique perspective. We present 5 top hotels, which can be ideally combined for a journey through Switzerland. Chedi Andermatt Andermatt is a sleepy mountain village in central Switzerland and is a 90-minute drive from Zurich. Chedi Andermatt opened its doors here in 2014. The design is Asian and a play between dark elements and light. This design runs through the entire hotel, from the rooms and the 2,400 m² Spa to the restaurants. In addition to an excellent Japanese restaurant, Chedi Andermatt also offers “The Restaurant” with its cheese tower. The surrounding mountains are ideal for hiking from the hotel. Golfers also get their money’s worth and can play on the 18-hole golf course and enjoy the beautiful mountain panorama. Victoria Jungfrau Interlaken The Victoria Jungfrau Hotel is located in Interlaken. The city is known as a starting point for mountain tours. Most visitors drive from here to the “Jungfrau” which, at over 4,000 meters, is one of the highest mountains in Switzerland. The hotel is a palace which is managed with a lot of charm and high-class service. The spacious spa area with an indoor and outdoor pool and several saunas invite you to linger longer. With the “La Terrasse” the hotel offers a gourmet restaurant. The Sapori is an Italian restaurant where the pizza maker comes directly from Naples. From the rooms to the front, you have a breathtaking view of the snow-capped mountains. Alpina Gstaad Gstaad is just 1 hour away from Interlaken. The place is known for its elite school and the home of the “rich and beautiful”. Many millionaires own their chalet in Gstaad. As a result, you will also find numerous luxury hotels in the small mountain village. The Alpina Gstaad is one of them. With only 56 rooms, the Alpina offers a home in the mountains with lots of privacy and luxury. The spacious rooms are designed in a traditional chalet style with lots of wood. The hotel offers a heated outdoor pool and a vast indoor pool. As the hotel is located on the hill, a chauffeur service is being provided within the village – environmentally friendly with a Tesla. The hotel also offers e-bikes for its guests to explore the area in a sporty way. Fairmont Montreux Palace Montreux is a place located directly on Lake Geneva. The hotel was built in 1906 in a palace style, and you can still feel the feeling of the old days when entering the lobby. The hotel offers a total of 236 rooms, the most beautiful being those with a view of the lake. The Penthouse Suite has been recently opened, which offers two bedrooms and a private terrace on the roof of the hotel. The 2,000 m2 Willow Spa offers an outdoor and indoor pool, as well as various saunas. The large lawn, which is only separated from the lake by the beach promenade, gives the feeling of Mediterranean flair. The restaurant “Montreux Jazz Cafe” is ideal for gourmets. If you want to dine with a view of the lake, you will find this option in the restaurant “La Terrasse”. Beau Rivage Palace Lausanne A crowning conclusion to your journey through Switzerland is your stay at the Beach Rivage Palace Lausanne. Lausanne is also located on Lake Geneva and is known as the headquarters of the Olympic Committee. The Beau-Rivage Palace is nestled in a 4-hectare park and right on the lake. If you walk through the entrance, you only see a small reception room, yet just around the corner, the palace rises high with splendid chandeliers. Showcasing the brilliance of the palace! The spa area is completely new and shines in a modern design. This offers both an outdoor pool and an indoor pool and whirlpool. The saunas are separate for men and women, as the hotel has numerous regular customers from the Middle East. The culinary star of the house is Anne-Sophie Pic, who runs the 2 Michelin star restaurant. The hotel also offers a French, Japanese, and Mediterranean restaurant. Guido Graf is Founder of Privateupgrades. Privateupgrades is a global luxury travel club with over 20 years of experience in luxury hotels, ensuring exclusive VIP privileges like upgrades, free breakfast, free nights, rate discounts, free airport transfers, free massages and much more. If you would like to be a guest blogger on A Luxury Travel Blog in order to raise your profile, please contact us.
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