• Tschuggen Grand Hotel
  • Tschuggen Grand Hotel
  • Tschuggen Grand Hotel
  • Tschuggen Grand Hotel
  • Tschuggen Grand Hotel
  • Tschuggen Grand Hotel
  • Tschuggen Grand Hotel
  • Tschuggen Grand Hotel
  • Tschuggen Grand Hotel
  • Tschuggen Grand Hotel
  • Tschuggen Grand Hotel
  • Tschuggen Grand Hotel
  • Tschuggen Grand Hotel
  • Tschuggen Grand Hotel
  • Tschuggen Grand Hotel
  • Tschuggen Grand Hotel

About Tschuggen Grand Hotel

Nestled on a hillside, just a short stroll from the charming town of Arosa, the Tschuggen Grand Hotel is a five-star mountain retreat affording panoramic views of the majestic Alps.

Modern architecture seamlessly contrasts with the hotel's warm, inviting atmosphere, where guests can indulge in dining venues ranging from traditional Swiss delicacies to innovative dishes and retreat to comfortable guest accommodations.

The opulent Tschuggen Bergoase features an extensive menu of beauty and medical treatments and an innovative design aesthetic created by Mario Botta; the sizable four-floor complex comprises a swimming pool, private spa suites with whirlpools, saunas, and fitness facilities.

Tschuggen's natural setting awaits outdoor enthusiasts, and the ski slopes are within easy reach by way of the hotel's funicular railway, the Tschuggen Express. Additional amenities at the Alpine property include a children's nursery, bowling alley, and retail boutiques. Meeting accommodations comprise three conference rooms for groups of up to 50.

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Sonnenbergstrasse, Arosa, 7050 Switzerland
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Menus of Services / Classes

Opened since 2006, the Tschuggen Bergoase is located 1,800 meters above sea level and is the centerpiece of the hotel's leisure activities. Guests enter the 5,000-square-meter spa, designed by famed architect Mario Botto, through a glass bridge, where natural light-filled interiors decorated with touches of granite, maple, and glass provide a modern, minimalist feel. Guests can enjoy such amenities as an indoor and outdoor swimming pool, boutique, two spa suites, a hair salon, and fitness center, spread throughout the complex's four floors.

In the 12 treatment rooms, guests can enjoy a variety of beauty, wellness, and medical offerings such as the Tschuggen Beauty Bath, a 20-minute soak in a mixture of honey, milk, and salt. Following services, guests can warm up fireside in the relaxation area or on one of the four sun terraces.

Herbal Scrub
Other Scrubs
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Aromatherapy Body Wrap
Herbal Wrap
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Acne/Deep Cleansing
Back Facial
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Cold Plunge Pool
Dry Cleaning
Experience Shower
Food/Beverage Available
Infrared Sauna
Locker Room
Meeting Facilities
Relaxation Lounge
Retail Store
Robes Provided
Slippers Provided
Steam Room
Swimming Pool
Toiletries Available
Whirlpool, Jacuzzi
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Personal Training
Pilates with Mat
Step Aerobics
Yoga Classes
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Hair Coloring
Hair Styling and Care
Makeup Instruction/Application
Tanning Booths or Beds
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Back Massage
Cranio Sacral Massage
Deep Tissue
Hot Stone
Lymph Drainage
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Other Traditional Wellness Treatments
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Customer Reviews for Tschuggen Grand Hotel (2)

December 20, 2010
Feels like being in a world of your own
There's something magical about this spa. I'm not sure if the pictures do it justice as it's one of the most fantastic places I've ever been - in terms of glorious surroundings and architectural interest. The view from our suite was literally breathtaking. It felt like we were part of the mountains. We were there in the summer, so no snow but plenty of hiking in the surrounding mountains - and taking the private tram to the top of the mountain made us feel incredibly spoiled! I agree with other review that there were a surprising number of children in the pools but did notice that when I visited during the day, there were very few (they seem to come in after their day time activities). The spa therapy rooms themselves are stunning (and housed inside the cathedral like glass towers...every attention to detail is given. A very knowledgeable and talented staff was on hand at all times...oh, and the food was terrific. The only thing I'd mention is that we drove up the hill and I understand taking a train is a much easier/quicker option.
April 6, 2010
Heaven on a mountaintop
Being immersed in the spa world for a living sets the bar quite high in all aspects, from service to decor to ambiance. Bergoase is simply perfection incarnate. Nestled in the crook of the mountain, its towering window peaks (to resemble pine trees) herald what is to come within the spa. A friendly welcoming staff guide you seamlessly from treatment to the water world to the saunas. I loved that the treatment rooms were sub terranean and cocooning yet some of them have those very pine peaks so the ceiling height soars well over 10-15 meters and is bathed in natural sunlight. While there, I indulged in 3 different types of massage and loved every one of them for different reasons. I experienced 3 different therapists (as did my husband) so we truly experienced a complete head to toe transformation, so to speak. My husband was transported by his stone massage the last day we were there and I had a difficult time getting him to leave the lounge chair in the private relaxation area. The right amount of pressure was used on sore muscles from skiing all day and then followed by the water treatments described below truly turned me into a gelatinous blob. The water world was truly spectacular with all its different pools, jets, seated massage underwater bench, outdoor cascades, hot/cold water baths, etc. My only complaint was the overwhelming presence of children in the adult water area (and I am a mother to small children). I strongly believed that a designated time should be alloted for their swimming pleasure but being so relaxed did not prompt me to utter a word to the staff. I did find out subsequently that a large family group was there at the same time and there were more children/babies than usual. I wish I could say more about the fitness area but I used the great outdoors for my work outs. We were greeted by a heavy snowfall the night we arrived and a glorious sunny day the day after to ski the peaks of Arosa. The hotel was just as inviting as the spa and the staff just as welcoming and serviceable. It was simply a perfect weekend destination from NYC and the access from Zurich quite easy by train. This is still an unknown entity for most Americans but is well worth the effort and trip. We both look forward to returning for a longer visit, maybe with the children? ALM, NYC
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Facilities & Amenities

Facilities & Amenities

Kinesis, Aquagym, Step, and Nordic walking are only a few of the several classes offered at the 150-square-meter fitness center; personal training is also available. Guests can practice their serve on the tennis courts or play a round of golf on the 18-hole, Peter Harradine-designed course. Three indoor swimming pools provide a refreshing atmosphere following a workout.

The Tschuggen Express runs directly to the ski and hiking region of Arosa, where guests can trek during the warmer months and hit the trails during the winter. Ski rental equipment is available at the hotel's boutique. Winter sports enthusiasts can also enjoy snowboarding and ice-skating.


Infrared Sauna

Physiotherapy/Sports Massage

Retail Shop

Toiletries Available

Hair and Beauty

Creche/Child Care


Changing/Locker Rooms

Cold Plunge Pool





Steam Room




Slippers Provided

Meeting Facilities

Food and Drink

Professional Hairstyling


Dry Cleaning

Retail Shop


Changing/Locker Rooms

Robes Provided

Rooms & Dining

Rooms & Dining

The Tschuggen Grand Hotel's 130 guest rooms, 32 of them suites, foster a warm, inviting vibe with vibrant color palettes and patterns and touches of leather and granite. Oversize windows offer incomparable views of Arosa, and well-appointed amenities include flat-screen satellite TVs, and high-speed Internet access. Accommodations range from single rooms (starting from 32 square meters) to spacious suites such as the two-bedroom Tschuggen with a kitchenette and living area (148 square meters); Family Suites (116 square meters), with two bedrooms and two baths, are also available.

La Provence, known for its lovely sun terrace, emphasizes meals prepared with fresh, seasonal ingredients, while Mediterranean entrées are offered at the elegant La Vetta. Innovative international cuisine, buffet-style dishes, and regular themed nights are on the menu at Grand Restaurant (jackets required). For a taste of local fare, including Swiss specialties such as fondue or raclette, guests can dine at at Bündnerstube. The Spa Lounge serves light fare and juices infused with vitamins.

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Serves Alcohol