Top places to visit
Below you will find our top picks for skying destinations in Switzerland. No matter which one you chose, we are sure that you will love it!
Laax is one of Switzerland’s biggest ski areas. It is famous for its premium service but also as a great snowboard and adrenalin skiing destination, since the resort invested greatly in terrain parks, half-pipes, indoor freestyle facilities, and high-profile events.
Top-rated hotel in that area is Rockresort, a four-star Hotel with superb apartments and customer service. It is set next to the Laax ski lift, 6 km from Crestasee Lake.
Rockresort serviced apartments are modern and offer you everything you can wish for. The gondola is near, you are serviced with fresh breakfast every morning, the kitchen has everything you needed to cook, but if you don't feel like cooking the resort has several restaurants in site. Ski lockers have heated ski shoe holders, kids facilities are excellent, and it’s close to a small supermarket.
Families with small children prefer this ski resort.
Interlaken is a resort town on the Aare River, between lakes Thun and Brienz in central Switzerland. Although Interlaken has no skiing of its own, it markets itself as a popular skiing resort town, because it’s very near to great skiing areas like Grindelwald, Wengen, Mürren and so on. You can go thereby ski bus or rail. From Interlaken, you can also visit Zermatt, which is extremely popular among skiers.
Best-reviewed hotel in Interlaken area is Hotel Roessli that is most popular among couples. If you’re looking for some romantic winter retreat, this is it!
Zermatt is a very popular mountain resort, not renowned only for skiing, but also climbing and Alpine recreation. It is the highest ski resort in Europe and offers you 360 km of pistes and lots of sun.
The ski lifts go to the highest heights. Up to the Klein Matterhorn at 3,883 m, where you can look the four thousand-meter alps and the Matterhorn right in the eye. As a ski destination, especially for families, intermediates, experts and ski tourers, Zermatt sits up with the best.
Davos is a small Swiss town, which is divided into two parts: Davos Platz and Davos Dorf. First is most convenient for the majority of hotels and shops and Dorf is the best base for accessing the slopes.
Davos offers you many hotels, apartments and mountain huts. It is known for its wild nightlife, more than 140 restaurants and, and with its wide array of shops.
Davos offers you a few pistes; Jakobshorn, Parsenn, Pischa, Madrisa, and Rinerhorn.
St. Moritz is one of the world's most famous holiday resorts. In the winter and summer. Not only that you can ride its slopes right now, in wintertime it is the location of many interesting events, like Snow Golf Cup, St. Moritz Gourmet Festival, Snow Polo World Cup, Bob & Skeleton World Cup, International Horse race on snow, and so on.