Pontresina / Graubünden
Open 01 Jan-08 Apr & 01 Jun-30 Nov
This impressive hotel situated in the centre of old Pontresina combines the traditional elegance of its Chesa Nouva wing with the modern sophistication of the Ela Tuff wing, both offering a very comfortable stay.
The art nouveau Jugendstil restaurant is a wonderful setting for your half board four course dinner and excellent buffet breakfast. Swiss specialities are served in La Court in the 17th century hotel vaults, and guests can relax in the Pitschna Scena bar with its live concerts or the quieter Kaminbar and terrace. The outstanding facilities include a gym, indoor pool with Rosegg Valley views, whirlpool, saunas, steam baths, massage and beauty treatments. The private park offers a heated outdoor pool and tennis court.
The unique Saratz, run by Anuschka and Thierry Geiger-Starkloff, offers a very high standard of service and is highly recommended
B Standard rooms with bath or shower, minibar and tea/coffee making facilities
A As 'B' but south facing park view rooms
2018 - Prices shown are in £'s per person, based on 4 nights.
Single rooms prices are based a double room for sole use
For other durations add or deduct the extra night prices from the period in which they fall
Flight supplements may apply at the time of booking and for flights from alternative airports
Prices for rail and self drive holidays on request
Call 0800 619 1200 for bookings and more information
We are fully bonded with the Civil Aviation Authority (ATOL 3148) for all air holidays, therefore you are guaranteed complete financial protection of all monies paid.
Scenic rail holidays from Pontresina
Pontresina can be combined with resorts such as Zermatt or Brig on an unforgettable holiday with the Glacier Express. (Departs from nearby St. Moritz). Call us for more details on 0800 619 1200 or click here to read more about this wonderful experience which takes you through the heart of Switzerland's stunning scenery.
St. Moritz is also a starting point for the scenic Bernina Express journey across the Alps to the lakeside town of Lugano. Find out more here.