Unusual hotels in Switzerland
The departure city: Moscow
In Switzerland like wildfire fashion on hotels in unusual places. The tourist in Switzerland to choose from – you can stay in the castle where once lived the bride of Napoleon, or to spend the night in a house without electricity or running water, as well as to speak to the Church in the monastery, you can spend the night in the trees, in the Mongolian yurts and even in a former prison or a bunker. Stay in such unusual places are unlikely to forget!
Alternative to a hotel, for example, can become a glass house-the nest in the trees. Each room unusual hotel has its own kitchen, shower, toilet, and a wood oven, it can fit two to four people. Guests who are afraid of heights, will have to overcome your fear – the cottages are located at a height of 5 to 8 meters.
In Switzerland you can spend a few days there, where once lived the knights, in this castle of dreams. Rotberg fortress proudly rising above the trees some time ago turned into a youth hostel and is now open to all comers.
The decor in the castle is fully consistent with the style of that time – 150 steps lead to the courtyard, behind the thick walls of which are spacious rooms; a spiral staircase rises to the top of the tower where the beloved was Napoleonically his hero. Continue reading
This large Savoyard Chalet, on the heavens, surrounded by the harmonious decor of the night marked by the charm of poetry and history.
Le Chabichou features 8 categories of rooms with mountain and contemporary styles, ranging from 15 m2 single room to our Suite Sommet 60 m2.
You expect luxury, refinement and comfort: flat screen TV, satellite TV , mini-bar, safe, room service.
For a family holiday to Le Chabichou has 3 categories:
rooms, Junior rooms, and “family rooms” with children’s separate areas or rooms for children.
To cross the threshold of unique Courchevel hotel included in the list of Relais & Châteaux, so enjoy and appreciate its quiet luxury, the warmth of wood, homely ambience, exceptional comfort, experience the Supreme bliss. Continue reading