Hotel Bellevue Wiesen, Hauptstrasse, Wiesen, Elveţia
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Enjoy the taste of the Swiss Alps!
Look beyond the chocolate, cuckoo clocks and yodelling, Switzerland, land of four languages, is all about once-in-a-lifetime journeys, heart-racing Alpine pursuits and urban culture.
Variety is the spice of rural life in this rich, earthy land where Alpine tradition is rooted in the agricultural calendar and soaring mountains are a dime a dozen. Travels are mapped by villages with timber granaries built on stilts to keep the rats out and chalet farmsteads brightened with red geranium blossoms. Ancient markets, folkloric fairs, flag waving and alp-horn concerts engrave the passing of seasons in every soul. And then there's the food: a hearty and flavorsome gastronomic celebration of gooey cheese desperate to be dipped in, along with velvety chocolate, autumnal game and air-dried meats.
For ravishing alpine scenery and villages charm, it's hard to beat Switzerland. The soaring snow-capped peaks of the Alps, glittering blue lakes, emerald valleys, glaciers, and picturesque lakeside hamlets imbue this landlocked nation with a fairytale beauty. Snuggled among the mountain valleys and lakes lie world-class international resorts with hiking, biking, climbing, paragliding, skiing, and tobogganing on their doorsteps.
Travelers come here for jaw-dropping scenery but are charmed by the many cultural attractions. Steeped in history, cities such as Zurich, Geneva, and Lausanne offer excellent museums and galleries, historic buildings, and renowned music festivals.
The Alpine region of Switzerland, conventionally referred to as the Swiss Alps (German: Schweizer Alpen, French: Alpes suisses), represents a major natural feature of the country and is, along with the Swiss Plateau and the Swiss portion of the Jura Mountains, one of its three main physiographic regions. The Swiss Alps extend over both the Western Alps and the Eastern Alps, encompassing an area sometimes called Central Alps. While the northern ranges from the Bernese Alps to the Appenzell Alps are entirely in Switzerland, the southern ranges from the Mont Blanc massif to the Bernina massif are shared with other countries such as France, Italy, Austria and Liechtenstein.
The Swiss Alps comprise almost all the highest mountains of the Alps, such as Dufourspitze (4,634 m), the Dom (4,545 m), the Liskamm (4,527 m), the Weisshorn (4,506 m) and the Matterhorn (4,478 m). The other following major summits can be found in this list of mountains of Switzerland.
Davos Wiesen is a delightful small village which is part of the wider Davos Klosters region. There are no ski runs from Wiesen itself so you will need to get the complimentary ski bus to Rinerhorn (10 mins) for the nearest ski runs or Davos itself (20 mins).
Wiesen is surrounded by peaks that soar to almost 3,000m and is located in Switzerland’s largest Ela national park, you will be spoiled for choice when you feel like getting your boots on. Our super-organized lift system gets you up amongst the flowers and the cowbells to over 700km of marked footpaths and panoramic routes, more than enough space for everyone from afternoon strollers to multi-day alpinists.
Tourism in the Swiss Alps began with the first ascents of the main peaks of the Alps (Jungfrau in 1811, Piz Bernina in 1850, Monte Rosa in 1855, Matterhorn in 1856, Dom in 1858, Weisshorn in 1861) mostly by British mountain climbers accompanied by the local guides. The construction of facilities for tourists started in the mid-nineteenth century with the building of hotels and mountain huts (creation of the Swiss Alpine Club in 1863) and the opening of mountain train lines on (Rigi in 1873, Pilatus in 1889, Gornergrat in 1898). The Jungfraubahn opened in 1912; it leads to the highest railway station in Europe, the Jungfraujoch.
Switzerland enjoys a 62,000-km network of well-maintained trails, of which 23,000 are located in mountainous areas. Many mountains attract a large number of alpinists from around the world, especially the 4000-meter summits and the great north faces (Eiger, Matterhorn and Piz Badile). The large winter resorts are also popular destinations in summer, as most of the aerial tramways operate through the year, enabling hikers and mountaineers to reach high altitudes without much effort. The Klein Matterhorn is the highest summit of the European continent to be served by cable car.
Highest ski area in Europe above Zermatt
The major destinations for skiing and other winter sports are located in Valais, Bernese Oberland and Graubünden. Some villages are car-free and can be accessed only with public transports such as Riederalp and Bettmeralp. Zermatt and Saas-Fee have both summer ski areas. The ski season starts from as early as November and runs to as late as May; however, the majority of ski resorts in Switzerland tend to open in December and run through to April.
The guests rave about the dramatic views of the Muchetta and Tinzenhorn peaks from sun terrace and they love the perfect positioning within the stunning Swiss National Park, Parc Ela - home to some of Switzerland's most popular chocolate box villages, glacial lakes, adrenaline pumping mountain bike tracks, beautiful hiking trails and of course, delicious seasonal and locally sourced cuisine and fine wines, served daily from our locally renowned mountain Restaurant 1873.
All these things and more, help make the Hotel Bellevue Wiesen in Davos Wiesen the perfect destination for your next holiday in the Swiss Alps.
The hotel has a number of connecting family rooms to give you space and service you need on a family holiday. Extra beds and cots are available on request and they have high chairs in the restaurant for younger guests.
The hotel staff can take your little ones to ski-school; organize your downhill bike adventure, book scooter or toboggan thrills; arrange your day out on the Bernina Express and send you to the best mountain areas for free cable car rides, adventure parks and fun on the lakes. Davos-Klosters is simply the most superbly organized, all year resort for family fun in the mountains, Swiss style.
It’s not just the kids the hotel has thought of either, Hotel Bellevue Wiesen is a dog-friendly hotel and your four-legged friends will be perfectly happy running wild in the fresh mountain air.
The traditional Swiss boutique Hotel in Davos Wiesen, Switzerland is the perfect location for weddings, anniversaries, birthdays, corporate events and club meetings, such as tri-training camps, classic car meetings or mountain bike tours.
Taking over the 21 bedrooms of the hotel exclusively for your group event ensures that we can fully cater for all your food, drink sleeping and event requirements. The Hotel, Restaurant & Bar will be closed to non-residents for the duration of your stay allowing you full exclusivity and privacy for your special event.
For example, if you were planning a ‘Two Day Exclusive’ event, you would have complete access to the hotel and services from 12 noon Friday until 12 noon Sunday.
Not only does this allow you to enjoy Hotel Bellevue Wiesen to the full with friends and family but it gives us the opportunity to deliver a bespoke experience for your special event that you will remember forever.
Each of the hotel’s 21 guest bedrooms has been created with all the quality and comfort you would expect from a top-rated Swiss Boutique Hotel, and many of rooms boast breath-taking, un-spoilt panoramic views of Tinzenhorn and the surrounding natural landscape of the Grisons Mountains.
The stunning Restaurant 1873 is the perfect venue for all your catering needs, and talented hotel chef will be on hand to ensure you and your guests enjoy delicious, locally-sourced and freshly prepared dishes throughout your stay.
The south facing terrace is certainly the place to take in the views and top up your tan - some guests spend entire days out here, just buried in a good book. The Terrace is the perfect spot for morning espresso, pre dinner Prosecco, an informal meeting of hearts or minds and so much mor.
The Hotel Bellevue Wiesen in Davos Wiesen, Switzerland has been serving guests for almost 150 years and our restoration of Bar 1873 makes the Hotel Bellevue Wiesen the place to meet whether you’re a guest, a village local or just passing through.
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