Chalet Rotstoecki / Grindelwald

From 38,573 CHF/week
Ref.: SWA555
Bedrooms: 8 Bathrooms: 8 Sleeps: 16 + 5
Pool: 1
Living Area: 465 m2
Pool Pool
Sauna Sauna
Hot tub Hot tub
Spa Spa
Hammam Hammam
Fireplace Fireplace

B & B


Bed & Breakfast Chalet

From outside Chalet Rotstöcki convinces with its alpine charm, inside you will be surprised by the modern furnishings in Italian design. The luxury chalet can be rented by floors as suites for 2 to 6 people or as entire chalet for up to 21 guests. All bedrooms accommodate 2 guests and have their own spacious bathrooms. The luxury living room of each suite is equipped with a comfortable sofa area, fireplace, flat screen TV and free Wifi connection.

The Alpine chalet is connected to the Romantik Hotel Schweizerhof in which you can use all services unlimited. Additionally to the breakfast which is already included in the room rate you can book the half board set-menu either to be enjoyed in the restaurant of the hotel or to be served in the chalet. Situated in the shadow of the Eiger, Chalet Rotstöcki is a beautiful luxury Swiss ski chalet in Grindelwald. It offers you a luxury experience with five star service and accommodation.

The luxury Swiss chalet interior of Chalet Rotstöcki has been beautifully designed with furnishings and facilities that afford every possible comfort. Effortlessly blending Italian designs and state-of-the-art electronics with Alpine charm, the chalet comfortably sleeps up to sixteen guests. The eight double and twin bedrooms each has its own sumptuous bathroom. There is a further bedroom area available within the luxury chalet should it be required.

Built in traditional Alpine style by Switzerland’s leading construction company, Implenia, the chalet’s generous proportions give a wonderful feeling of light and space. Balconies on each floor offer stunning views of the famous "North-face" of the Eiger.

In addition to the 5-star hotel service, the Hotel Schweizerhof also offers a swimming pool, spa, crèche and babysitting services which can be used by the chalet guests.

The sister chalet Ostegg is build right next to Rotstöcki.


Sleeps 16 + 5
Can be rented as entire chalet for up to 21 guests
465 Square metres
4 Double/Twin en-suite apartments with balcony or terrace
Every living room in the various suites with flat screen TV and fireplace

Prices & Service

From 38,573 CHF/week

What's included

Prices includes: Spa entrance and American breakfast buffet, daily cleaning and tax

Catered option includes (Prices on request)
Champagne reception
Daily breakfast
4 course menu
Soft drinks, house wine and beer

Please ask for the Full Board option

This service is based on a week-long stay and services may be tailored to your exact requirements during the booking process. Exact services included with each booking will be listed on the Booking Confirmation.


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Distances to airports:
Bern (BRN): 70km
Basel (BSN): 175k 
Zurich (ZRH): 200km
Geneva (GVA:) 230km


Set amongst the spectacular scenery of the Jungfrau mountain range with the breathtaking Eiger as its backdrop, Grindelwald along with Wengen offers over 158kms of marked piste with the local ski pass. The charming village is dotted with chocolate box chalets which makes for the perfect picture postcard holiday.

Grindelwald centre remains unspoilt and has a bustling and cosmopolitan atmosphere and is also the gateway to the World Natural Heritage site of the Jungfraujoch. Surrounded by two very impressive mountains (the Matterhorn and the Schreckhorn), the Grindelwald ski resort offers 158km of marked slopes, of which some are very well known.

A big village of the Jungfrau region at 1034m, Grindelwald is one of the 12 ski resorts that are part of “The Best of the Alps”, in five countries. There, you will find a wide range of mountain restaurants, one of them being on the Jungfrau Glacier. The pistes are excellent for any skier, especially experts, thanks to the large number of mogul fields. At Grindelwald, there is always something to do : curling, heliskiing, ice skating, mountaineering, paragliding, saunas, sleigh rides, snow rafting, fitness centre, snowshoeing, snow tubing, ice climbing, winter walks…

The resort’s après-ski is just as exciting as the skiing itself with plenty of bars, night clubs, concerts, folklore evenings, and finally you can take a tour around the Ice Palace. The events calendar is full at Grindelwald, from the Lauberhorn Race, to the international Curling championships and the snow festival.

km of ski slopes: 213

Cross-country 30km
Longest Run   15km

Number of Lifts 44
2 funiculars
4 cable cars
2 gondolas
4 mountain railways
16 chairlifts
16 drag lifts

Easy             24
Intermediate     36
Difficult     15