Hotels in Switzerland
Family-owned since 1861, the stately, neo-Renaissance Hotel Schweizerhof, near the lakeshore promenade, has a storied past. Luzern is known as Switzerland’s “festival city” (chiefly for its summer music festivals), and the five-star property hosts several events of its own throughout the year.
Zermatt’s oldest hotel, on a coveted corner near the Matterhorn.
Room to Book: Standard rooms don't have a view, so if you want one, you'll have to pay for an upgrade.
Doubles from $562, minimum stay of seven nights in winter.
Designed by Foster & Partners, the hotel underwent a four-year high-tech makeover that cost a cool $427 million.
This 168-year-old family-owned hotel in the city center, overlooking Lake Zürich, is both historic and up-to-date: more than $160 million has been spent on renovations over the past decade.
Swiss hotelier Reto Gurtner may look like a mad yodeler, but this snowboard aficionado has shed traditional Tyrolean gingerbread for a rough-hewn Valais quartzite façade at this complex of shops, restaurants, bars, and 102 condos next to the slopes in Laax, Switzerland.
A throwback to the days of glamorous schussing followed by tuxedo-and–evening gown dinners, Badrutt’s Palace is still the center of high-society socializing in St. Moritz.