Luxury Hotels in Switzerland
Skiing is the most popular reason to visit Switzerland, and it is an activity the European country is famous for. The glistening white Alpine peaks cry out for winter sports, while the glittering blue lakes make an excellent choice for water sports in the warmer months. If persuits as active as this are not something you want to take part in everyday of your holiday to Switzerland, don’t worry – there is more to Switzerland. The cultural variety is highlighted through the fact that four languages are spoken, as well as the great variety of cuisine, influenced by the neighbouring countries of Germany and France, as well as nearby Italy.
The new Alpine Estate, is said to be one of Verbier’s most sublime luxury mountain-living experiences. The Alpine Estate is an extravagant mountainside retreat, comprising of two ultra-opulent chalets, with a third available on request to host guests’ household staff and bodyguards.- Read more -
This winter Baur au Lac in Zurich, overlooking the lake and Alps, is pulling out all the stops to make it the place to stay for a true festive getaway. Zurich has so much to offer at this time of year with traditional Christmas markets and delicious festive treats on every street corner filling the […]- Read more -
Switzerland is well renowned for being a popular skiing destination. It has strong influences from its French, Italian, German and Austrian neighbours, yet retains its own distinctive identity. Geographically breathtaking, high altitude resorts, excellent on and off-piste opportunities and a lively après ski scene, some of the most luxurious accommodation in the world and restaurants […]- Read more -
Train passengers leaving from London to the Swiss City of Geneva will have an easier journey from December, with Eurostar trains switching in Lille instead of Paris – reducing the journey time by up to an hour.- Read more -