The journey to Arosa, by rail or road, is a string of postcard-perfect views and picturesque terraced villages. Arosa has been a well-known and extremely popular alpine health resort for more than 100 years. On average, the sun shines eight to twelve hours a day and, due to the northerly location, there is always plenty of snow.

Arosa is located at the top of the Schanfigg Valley, surrounded by ragged, towering peaks. The town itself consists of two areas: the main resort is Ausserarosa, clustered around the train station and the Obersee lakelet, while the older village at the upper end of the valley is dubbed Innerarosa.

When the visitor has had his fill of ambience, Arosa has plenty to offer in the way of sport. From the skiers taking in the view from the gondola station at the 2,653-meter (8,622-foot) summit of the Weisshorn to the ice skaters spinning on the lake on the valley floor, Arosa is an Alpine sporting feast. In fact, there are so many sporting and non-sporting options that it’s the type of place where one doesn’t have to ski to have a fun-filled holiday.


Tschuggen Grand hotel 


The Tschuggen Grand Hotel in Arosa is an exclusive hotel in an exclusive location. Tasteful surroundings, top quality – this hotel has always based its philosophy on these features. The Tschuggen Grand Hotel is numbered among the world’s top 430 luxury hotels. To stay here is to experience winter, summer and autumn at its most beautiful. Guests encounter genuine, charming hospitality everywhere at the Tschuggen Grand Hotel. And the impressive backdrop is the proud mountain landscape of Graubunden.

Tschuggen Grand Hotel is set in a spectacular Alpine location, just a short walk from the centre of Arosa. The hotel is 170 kilometers from Zurich Airport.

Five restaurants are in residence at the Tschuggen Grand Hotel. La Vetta offers fragrant Mediterranean cuisine at an altitude of 1800 metres. Imaginative buffets, various theme evenings and classic dinners assure you an unforgettable, pleasurable evening in the Grand Restaurant. Come straight from your hike to the sun terrace and enjoy the fresh flavors of La Provence. Bunderstube offers classic Swiss cuisine and the Spa Lounge offers lighter fare.

The 5000 meter wellness area offers a unique indoor and outdoor pool area, 11 treatment rooms and two spa suites, a gym complete with Kinesis system, saunas, a hairdresser, medical wellness facilities and a spa lounge.

Alpin Spa


Offering ski-to-door access from the Arosa-Lenzerheide Ski Area and panoramic views of the Grisons Alps, the elegant 5-star Arosa Kulm Hotel is situated at 1,835 metres above sea level. It offers free Wi-Fi and features a bowling alley, a tennis court and the 2,500 m² Alpin Spa.

The Alpine-style rooms feature satellite TV, a seating area, and a minibar. Bathrooms provide hairdryers, bathrobes and scales.

Arosa Kulm Hotel & Alpin Spa features 6 restaurants and 2 bars serving international and typical Swiss cuisine, as well as sun terraces with mountain views. A smokers’ lounge is also available. All restaurants together were awarded 41 Gault Millau points.

Arosa Kulm Hotel provides a kids’ and teen club and offers a range of creative activities for young guests. It also features a hairdresser, a gym, and a miniature golf course. Yoga, Tai Chi, and Nordic walking lessons are offered. The ski school for children up to 17 years is free of charge in the winter season 2013/2014.

Ski runs and hiking trails are directly in front of the Kulm Hotel & Alpin Spa. Access to the cable cars is offered free of charge in summer and during the winter season, and chair lifts and cable cars leave directly from the hotel.

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