Experience the wonderful Switzerland with Romantik: The mountain is calling? Then fantastic mountain panoramas and exciting activities await you in the Swiss mountains! Pure culture? The charming Swiss cities will delight you with their charming old towns and a great cultural programme. Culinary delights at their best? Then head for the Romantik Hotels: our top chefs will spoil you with first-class compositions made from the best ingredients. Switzerland is an all-round experience!
This makes your holiday so special
Head up high on your romantic getaway in Switzerland - and not just to the many mountain peaks. Switzerland's hotels are also renowned for their unparalleled excellence, and of course this is equally true of our Romantik Hotels. Whether in cities like Bern, Geneva and Zurich or in the classic holiday resorts of Gstaad, Klosters and Zermatt: the guest and his or her well-being are the focus everywhere. This creates the right atmosphere for enjoying the scenic and cultural attractions of the Swiss Confederation to the full. And we haven't even mentioned the culinary treasures yet - as we all know, the way to a man's heart is through his stomach: from Birchermüsli in the morning to the famous Rüeblitorte in the afternoon and the convivial cheese fondue in the evening.
The holiday destination in numbers
- over 350 ski resorts
- 7000 kilometres of pistes
- over 5,500 cross-country skiing kilometres
- around 25 spas
- nine world cultural heritage sites
- four world natural heritage sites
- 22,000 km of mountain hiking trails
Around the Romantik Hotels in Switzerland
Winter sports are as much a part of Switzerland as fondue and chocolate. Whether alpine or Nordic, cross-country skiing or tobogganing, snowshoeing or a long winter walk. There is the right winter activity for everyone. Of course, our Romantik Hotels are also waiting at the most beautiful locations.
Switzerland's diversity is best reflected in its culinary varieties. Fine, French-inspired cuisine enchants, while down-to-earth, Alpine dishes warm the heart. We show you the best culinary romantic hotels in Switzerland.
The sky's the limit when you go on holiday to Switzerland - and not just to the mountains. Switzerland's hotels are also considered top in the world. Whether in cities like Bern, Geneva and Zurich or in the classic holiday resorts of Gstaad, Klosters and Zermatt: the guest and his or her well-being are the focus everywhere. This creates the right atmosphere to savour the scenic, cultural and culinary attractions of the Swiss Confederation at their best.
Start the day in your hotel in Switzerland with a Birchermüesli with fresh fruit! It strengthens you and makes you more adventurous.
Originally, this substantial dish of flakes, nuts and fruit was served as dinner. Today, the evening meal on holiday in Switzerland is dominated by other Swiss classics such as Zürcher Geschnetzeltes with Rösti or the convivial cheese fondue.
In between, Rüeblitorte, Baiser and Zuger Kirschtorte are equally popular with locals and tourists alike. The "Kirsch" in the cake's name is due to the generous portion of kirsch, but you won't find any fruit in it. Excursions into the world of culinary delights are also a good reason for a short holiday in Switzerland.
Simply book yourself into a Swiss Romantik Hotel & Restaurant for a long weekend and look forward to the often award-winning chefs spoiling their guests with international specialities and regional cuisine. It goes without saying that this is accompanied by the finest wines from all regions of the world.
Many a restaurateur even has Swiss wines on tap - although the country is not among the world's best in this respect.
Many Swiss hotels also impress with wellness offers and their special location. In winter sports destinations such as Arosa, Zermatt, Chur, Lenzerheide or Prince Charles' favourite place Klosters, you can go directly from the hotel to the piste - or in summer to the hiking trail. The Matterhorn and Jungfraujoch, Lucerne's local mountain Pilatus, around 140 glaciers and the many picturesque large and small lakes are among the many reasons why you should (re)discover Switzerland for yourself.