Rock the slope (and the city) in Switzerland this winter.


Rock the slope (and the city).

When the cold sets in and the first snowflakes fall, where better to escape to than a winter wonderland like Switzerland. From the staggering beauty of the Alps and world class ski-runs, to quaint Alpine towns and family-run restaurants, this cozy and enchanting country has so much to offer.

Whether you want to discover untouched nature, charming cities or be surrounded by the glitz and glamour of St Moritz,

Design Hotels have handpicked selection of Swiss properties with Alpine charm and hospitality with modern design and sophistication. As well as offering a discounted rate, each hotel has provided special tips and a complimentary neighborhood benefit, to help you discover their area like a local.

NIRA ALPINA, SILVAPLANA

A calming fusion of luxury, fun and rugged alpine beauty.

THE HOTEL, LUCERNE

A luxury boutique hotel that celebrates simplicity and spirituality as much as it does elegance, refinement and timeless design.

HOTEL NEVAI, VERBIER

Equated with such words as luxury and alpine-chic, Hotel Nevai is surrounded by more than 400 km of slopes for skiers of all levels.

THE CAMBRIAN, ADELBODEN

The Cambrian looks out onto one of the world’s most spectacular landscapes with some of Switzerland’s best ski slopes and hiking trails.

ROCKSRESORT, LAAX

One of the most unique and spectacular ski resorts in the world, guaranteeing a satisfying and fuss-free holiday in winter as well as in summer.

CERVO MOUNTAIN BOUTIQUE RESORT, ZERMATT

Fresh, welcoming and with a distinctly modern twist, it’s where guests can live and feel Zermatt at its best.

LA RÉSERVE GENEVE HOTEL & SPA, GENEVA

La Réserve is an explosion of extravagant color, sumptuous fabrics and exotic touches.

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This entry was posted by Brenton Bleechmore.

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