Switzerland is one of the most beautiful travel destinations in Europe. The small country shines not only with an impressive variety of landscapes between high mountains and idyllic lakes, but also with high standards of service and a perfect infrastructure. In this holiday paradise, well-kept and venerable towns are scattered like pearls - no megacities, but cosy urban centres with history. And in the middle of it all you will find the romantic city hotels of Switzerland.
Switzerland's city hotels are located in the capital Bern, the financial metropolis and "small cosmopolitan city" Zurich and the cantonal capital Lucerne on Lake Lucerne. There are also establishments in Ascona on Lake Maggiore and in Chur (Graubünden), Switzerland's oldest city. In the Swiss city hotels you stay behind historic walls - but enjoy upscale contemporary comfort. Experience the romance of a 13th-century castle, the relaxed lifestyle of a lakeside villa or the charm of a 300-year-old Graubünden house. Whichever hotel you choose, you can look forward to stylish interiors and all the amenities of modern hotel life. These include spacious suites with lake views as well as wellness oases and pools and sun-drenched gardens and terraces. Another highlight is the culinary offer: Switzerland is a gourmet destination with enormous diversity, and this is reflected in the menus of our Romantik Hotels & Restaurants. Enjoy classics of Southern French cuisine, traditional Grisons dishes or Mediterranean delicacies, in the large salon or in the cosy Stube.
Your Swiss city hotel is centrally located, you can often reach sights, shopping streets and entertainment areas easily on foot. After a delicious breakfast, you can set off on an extensive city stroll to shop, feast and marvel at the sights. Zurich, for example, attracts visitors with its wide range of art and culture. There are no fewer than 14 theatres and 40 museums for every 370,000 inhabitants. Have we whetted your appetite for a city trip? You can find a great selection of city hotels in Switzerland here. The choice is yours!
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