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Ski and sledge right by the hotel: Graubünden in winter

Arosa, Flims, Lenzerheide and Klosters: holidays in Graubünden have been popular with winter sports enthusiasts for more than 100 years. During the season, holidaymakers whizz down the slopes on skis, snowboards and runners, glide along perfectly groomed cross-country trails or take a leisurely horse-drawn sleigh ride through the snow-covered dream landscape. You can then take stock of the day over Bündnerfleisch at the hotel. Graubünden offers even more than cross-country trails and pistes.

Adventure-seekers can be carried up into the sky - complete with skis - by experienced pilots on a tandem paraglider or chauffeured through the Olympic bobsleigh run in St. Moritz. Those who prefer a more down-to-earth experience can go hiking, practise curling or putt with red balls on the white "green" at snow golf.

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Enjoy your holiday in the mountains: lush alpine meadows, cow bells - and it seems as if Heidi could cheerfully come around the corner at any moment. Your hotel in Graubünden is right in the middle of it all. In one of the 150 valleys of the region and only a few steps away from one of the 615 lakes. And of course always easily accessible. The journey on the Rhaetian Railway from Chur to Arosa, Klosters, Samedan or Scuol is considered one of the most beautiful rail journeys in the world. Against a spectacular backdrop, the bright red trains cross narrow valleys on narrow viaducts and wind their way up close to the mountain. At the top, elegant romantic hotels & restaurants await you! By the way, for commuting between the hiking trails, the yellow Postbuses are perfect, comfortable buses that allow you to reach every point in the region during your holiday in Graubünden.

Romantik Hotel Schweizerhof Flims

Romantik Hotel Muottas Muragl

A holiday in a fancy hotel

A holiday in Graubünden is always a culinary experience. Only in this canton is the famous Bündnerfleisch allowed to be produced. Thinly sliced, the cured and dried beef is a delight. Bündnerfleisch tastes particularly good in traditional capuns, when small pieces of meat are served in spaetzle dough in chard or lettuce leaves. If you love the interplay of hearty and sweet, you should order maluns on your holiday in Graubünden. The grated potatoes roasted in butter taste best with apple sauce with a latte. To try it all out on the spot, book your hotel in Graubünden right here!

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