Romantik Hotels & Restaurants in den Bergen

Romantik Mountain Hotels

Holidays in the mountain hotel: The peak of relaxation

The Eiger, Mönch and Jungfrau peaks tower majestically over the Grindelwald. These three Swiss mountains form a wonderful backdrop for a holiday at the mountain hotel. Here, mountain climbers can find something to challenge themselves, hikers can run on well-trodden paths and those simply searching for enjoyment can take the mountain railway to get to the ridge of the Jungfrau. The Bernese Oberland, however, is not the only place in which to book a mountain inn. You can find cosy hostels, fashionable designer hotels and historic coaching inns all over the Alps in order to relax whilst surrounded by magnificent landscapes. Zermatt with its picture-book-mountain Matterhorn, the three peaks at Lavaredo in the Dolomites, Ehrwald at the Zugspitze and many more rock formations make holidays at the mountain hotel an unforgettable experience.

Hospitality in the mountain inn

Marvellous views and traditional hospitality characterise most of the mountain hotels. Many of our Romantic Hotels & Restaurants are family businesses, some of which have been welcoming guests for many generations. The boss in the kitchen, the wife serving customers and the son as a sommelier, who is well versed with the outstanding wines coming from Wallis, Burgenland or South Tyrol; many mountain inns are still run in this way nowadays. Grandfather meanwhile laces up his climbing boots and shows the surroundings to the guests on extensive hikes. He takes them to visit Alpine dairymen and cheese dairies, knowing something about every rare Alpine flower they pass on the way. True experts, they say, can tell you on which alpine pasture the cow had grazed purely from the taste of her milk.

Winter-holidays in the mountain hotel

The landscape in winter is wreathed in shining white and thick snow muffles every sound. Book a mountain inn and get straight onto the ski-runs or cross country trials-just how holidays should be. In the summer, some people even trek onto glaciers in order to slide towards the valley on narrow boards. What connects tired hikers and exhausted winter-sportsmen? Both like to relax in the wellness area of the hotel. Saunas with panoramic views into the distance, swimming pools under the mountain peaks and a big variety of massages and applications: more and more mountain inns are providing their guests with these luxuries. Fancy a bath in hay or some time in a pine sauna? Then book your mountain hotel right away!

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