- Swimming Pool
- Shuttle Service
- Spa / Thalasso
- Fitness Room
Top hotels are another world. Full of life, full of luxury, they make everything easy, and bring together a select range of unusual attractions...
This, in fact, is as good as it gets. Tschuggen Grand Hotel, Arosa, is an exclusive hotel in an exclusive location. Tasteful surroundings, top quality – our hotel has always based its philosophy on these features. The Tschuggen Grand Hotel, is a member of "Swiss Deluxe Hotels" and the “Leading Hotels of the World”, and is thus numbered among the world’s top 430 luxury hotels.
To stay here is to experience winter at its most beautiful. Guests encounter genuine, charming hospitality everywhere at the Tschuggen Grand. Fond attention to detail reveals itself with quiet elegance to seasoned travelers who appreciate it. And the impressive backdrop is the proud mountain landscape of Graubünden. If you are raring to get up and go, you could hardly be better placed, 1800 meters above sea level. Alpine and cross-country skiing, curling and figure skating are all on offer here, not forgetting long rambles on 40 kilometers of winter rambling routes. Pure Alpine air is an added tonic. And Arosa crowns the winter sports scene with tingling thrills in its idyllic winter snowscape. There are horse races on the frozen lake, hot-air balloon trips, paragliding and deltagliding, romantic rides on horse-drawn sleighs, and exciting toboggan descents. Don’t forget the mountain huts: the ultimate snug with exceptional culinary delights. The mountain world of Arosa and the Tschuggen Grand Hotel offers a unique holiday treat for all the family.
Tschuggen Grand Hotel's staff of 200 take pride in delivering top performance daily. They are keen to ensure that all visitors enjoy unforgettable holidays. The Tschuggen Grand Hotel is synonymous with stylish charm, quality through love of detail, a human touch to top-level holidaying, and limitless enjoyment. Welcome, indeed!
TheTschuggen Grand Hotel began in 1883, when Otto Herwig, a German from Hanau on the river Main, came to Arosa because of a lung condition. Convinced of the health-giving effect of Arosa’s air, he soon founded the Berghilf Sanatorium with his sister Marie, who took over the running of the institution in 1892 and managed it until her death in 1922.
Most of the lung patients used to stay here for the summer months. For the 1929-1930 winter season, the Berghilf Sanatorium transformed itself into the Tschuggen Grand Hotel for the benefit of winter sports enthusiasts. Its metamorphosis was the starting signal for the whole tourist development of Arosa. From refuge for bronchial sufferers and escape from city heat, Arosa became the winter sports paradise for skiers for which it is famous today.
In the ensuing years, the Tschuggen Grand Hotel experienced ups and downs until a disastrous fire destroyed the whole property in 1966. Reconstruction took four years, and a successful re-opening was celebrated for the 1970 winter season. In 1980 Armin Wyssmann – for many years the hotel’s owner-director – sold the Tschuggen Grand Hotel to the family of Karl-Heinz Kipp, who still own it.
Sizeable investment has marked a further milestone in the history of the Hotel. Since April 2004, this investment has borne fruit in the opening of the “Tschuggen Bergoase” health and fitness centre, and in upgraded infrastructure. All works have been conducted under the expert guidance of internationally renowned Swiss architects Mario Botta and Carlo Rampazzi.
Availability for: 1 Adults 13/07/2021 - 14/07/2021
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