Tschuggen Grand Hotel Arosa
The legendary Swiss hotel, a member of The Leading Hotels of the World, combines many styles, but behind all this you can feel the hand and taste of one person — the German billionaire Karl-Heitz Kipp, who bought the hotel in 1980.
- Michelin 1* Restaurant
Eclectic, even slightly eccentric, this hotel resembles either the set of a James Bond movie, a traditional Swiss house, or a luxurious spaceship. But, in the end, a hotel with almost a century and a half of history can afford to be what it wants.
The interiors of the hotel owners, the Kipp-Bechtolsheimer family, were also entrusted to celebrities — Carlo Rampazzi. His signature style — a game with different textures, bright colors and decorative elements — creates a homely, but at the same time chic atmosphere in the hotel.
The hotel has four restaurants, three restaurants and a cigar room. The flagship restaurant La Vetta has been awarded a Michelin star. The town of Arosa, where the hotel is located, is considered one of those ski resorts where snow always falls, despite the vagaries of nature and global warming.
The hotels main attraction is the Tschuggen Bergoase Spa, which was designed by the famous Swiss architect Mario Botta. From the outside it looks like futuristic yurts, and inside there is an atmosphere of minimalistic luxury.