The Alpina Lodge is part of the Alpina Resort and had its beginnings in the year of 1894 and is, thus, numbered among the oldest accommodations of Tschiertschen. The 120-year-old historical wooden house, located right behind the small romantic church of the village, will enchant you with the charme of traditional Switzerland at its core. Enjoy the virtually unspoilt nature during your ski or hiking holiday as well as all kinds of regional specialities of local farmers – That’s real Swissness!
We welcome you with special holiday experiences in Tschiertschen.
For bookings, and information we are available by phone from Monday to Friday from 8.00 am to 10.00 pm at +41 81 868 80 88 and by email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Alpina Lodge has been categorized as Swiss Lodge by the Hotelleriesuisse: The Swiss Lodge is for simple needs, in particular furnishing and facilities are appropriate and well maintained. We have no stars, but welcome you with warm hospitality!
We are very happy to announce that for the third time in a row we have been awarded the only Swiss public award "Best of Swiss Gastro" - and this year with two restaurants - the Panorama Restaurant and the "z'Gürgaletsch!
The Alpina Lodge, classified from the hotelleriesuisse as "Swiss Lodge" is part of the Alpina Resort in Tschiertschen, together with Romantik Hotel 4*The Alpina Mountain Resort & Spa built 1897. Our guests enjoy Swiss tradition, an impressive and virtually unspoilt mountain scenery as well as extraordinary food delicacies.
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Your Bonus: by booking on our website you will attain all benefits of the Alpina Resort Premium Steady-Customer-Club, a.o. 20% off for all Shan Spa therapies, and many more!
The mountain village of Tschiertschen is located in the Swiss Canton of Grisons, in the middle of the ski resort of Arosa-Lenzerheide. The marvellous and nearly untouched mountain landscape allows visitors to experience nature in a way that has become rare on the planet, in summer during hiking or biking, in winter at the natural ski slopes.