Jungfraujoch and Interlaken

Victoria Jungfrau

A blend of classical and contemporary decor in a grand historical property

Elegant and sophisticated landmark hotel

Founded in 1856, the Victoria Jungfrau Hotel boasts an illustrious history as one of the leading luxury hotels in the region. During the belle époque, celebrated writers, artists, intellectuals and royals flocked through its doors and there are plenty of glamorous touches from this beautiful era dotted around the property.

Rooms and suites are beautifully furnished with large windows looking out over the town of Interlaken or the Bernese Alps. Some are decorated in a very classical style, while others are much more contemporary. Some of the larger suites feature private balconies from which you can sit and gaze out across the majestic Swiss countryside.

Take your pick from one of the numerous culinary offerings at the Victoria Jungfrau. La Terrasse draws inspiration from the Mediterranean and southern France, and is a bright and elegant space reminiscent of an orangerie. Enjoy fine Italian cuisine at Quaranta Unoor or light bites and cocktails on the Victoria Terrace that looks out over Interlaken and Jungfrau. The spa at the Victoria Jungfrau is exquisite, a sanctuary where guests can totally unwind. A large indoor pool, sauna complex and set of steam baths mean you can escape into dreamlike bliss in an instant. The Spa Café also serves healthy pick-me-ups, like fruit juices and aromatic teas.


224 rooms and suites

Two restaurants



Fitness Centre

Tennis Court

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The Chedi
Lost in the valleys and high Alpine regions of Andermatt, the Chedi Hotel is an opulent oasis of luxury and sophistication. A unique blend of Japanese and Swiss design, the dark wood and natural stone provide a warm and welcoming getaway from the sheets of snow that decorate the village in the winter, and the perfect place to soak up the beautiful scenery in summer. Rooms and suites are cosy and warm with soft leather chairs and large bath tubs to sink into at the end of the day. Some of the suites come with private balconies from where you can look out across Andermatt’s iconic peaks. Culinary treats abound with several dining options available to guests. The Japanese Restaurant prepares authentic sushi, sashimi and tempura while The Chalet serves traditional Swiss fare in a timbered restaurant complete with red and white tablecloths and old posters of Andermatt. Take a seat in front of the roaring fire and wrap yourself in a blanket in the lounge during winter, or head to the courtyard and enjoy a cocktail or glass of wine in the shadow of Gemsstock Mountain in summer. After a day exploring the deep gorges and mountain paths, relax with a treatment at the spa, take a dip in the indoor or outdoor pool or let off some steam in the Finnish sauna. There is also a fully equipped gym and the option to take yoga classes or train with a personal trainer. There are numerous snow activities to get to grips with while in the warmer summer periods there are over 500km worth of hiking routes to tackle. Explore paths that will take you across remote natural treasures, lonely mountain lakes and onto icy peaks.