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The new Valsana Hotel in Arosa

Close to the main cable car in Arosa and gives you access to 225km of slopes

The Valsana Hotel opens its doors for the first time next week and based on what we see from these photos, it combines that rustic warmth with modern facilities. 

The hotel is spread across three buildings that look like they’re constructed of intricately patterned wood (see right) and they offer 40 double rooms, nine serviced apartments and open plan public areas.

The hotel is very close to the main cable car and gives you access to 225km of slopes. Other winter activities include snowshoe hiking, Nordic walking and 4.5 kilometres of winter sledge runs.

Open in both winter and summer, the hotel has two indoor tennis courts, a high-tech fitness studio, extensive spa facilities and a bike and ski shop.

The interiors have been designed by Swiss designer Carlo Rampazzi and reflect the alpine landscape. Rooms have oak floors, individually selected furniture pieces and stunning views giving that natural rustic warmth.

  • Spacious balcony with a unique view of Arosa’s mountain landscape
  • Parquet flooring
  • Samsung tablet with news, e-newspapers and phone bed
  • 55″ flat screen HDTV with airplay
  • Free high-speed wifi
  • Record player
  • Free mini bar with soft drinks
  • Coffee machine
  • Rainforest shower, FAIR CosmEthics

Rooms cost from CHF 380 per night based on two adults sharing on a B&B basis.

A one-bedroom apartment costs from CHF 670 per night based on two adults and two children under 12 sharing on a B&B basis, with a daily cleaning service. The one and two-bedroom apartments are available to book for a minimum 7-night stay.

https://valsana.ch/en

About the author: Dan Tye

Dan came up with the idea for Adventure 52 after meeting so many like-minded people who love all kinds of adventure activities. He started out as pilot in the RAF, has worked as a ski instructor and has spent the past 12 years as an editor and journalist for motorcycling, aviation and adventure magazines.