Popular hotel in a good location close to both the lifts & resort centre
- Half Board
- Cosy lounge
- Wellness area with sauna, steam room & experience showiers
- Ski Room & Boot Warmers
- Wi-Fi Available
In a quiet yet central location approx. 3 minutes’ walk to the ski lifts, and with wonderful views towards the forest. The hotel offers a complimentary shuttle service daily, or take the free resort bus which stops 4 minute’s walk away (400m).
- The comfortable, bright bedrooms have bath or shower, flatscreen TV with some English channels, radio, phone, safe and hairdryer.
- Standard doubles and singles with no supplement overlook the hotel entrance
- South-facing twin rooms enjoy lovely mountain views
- Sputh-facing single rooms are on request
- All rooms are non-smoking.
- Cable or satellite programmes
- Room safe
- Small, newly-refurbished wellness area includes Finnish sauna, steam room, experience showers and relaxation room (all FREE, sauna towels and bathrobes also available FREE)
- Cosy lounge; Restaurant ‘Oreilli’ with panoramic mountain views and where half board is served; adjoining cocktail bar; sun terrace
- Ski storage with boot heating facility
- Wi-Fi throughout and public PC with internet access (FREE)
- Steam room
- Continental buffet breakfast
- 4 course evening meal with choice of main course.
- Alternatives, including fondue, are available at a supplement (pay locally).
- Christmas and New Year gala dinners included.
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Found at the top of the delightful Schanfigg Valley, Arosa is not just a ski resort but also an all-round traditional winter venue. Largely catering for a wealthy but unshowy clientele, Arosa has loads of Alpine ambience and attracts as many non-skiers as slope-sliders. Sitting at 1800m, the snow is very good and the lift system is highly efficient. There are 70km of pistes, largely favouring beginners and intermediates, while experts will have to make do with a few blacks and any off-piste they can find. Boarders are very welcome, although the nightlife might fall short of greater demands. Après-ski is rather sedate, mainly involving good eateries and hotel-based bars. Arosa is a great family venue - in the evenings traffic is banned from the village-centre and a free bus service takes people in and out.
Overall, Arosa is a friendly charming mountain resort that's very Swiss and traditional. The skiing isn't overly demanding, but perfect for learners wanting to have the full Alpine experience.