When we are thinking about the ski in Switzerland we imagine the traditional Swiss ski cottage, a small village like this or the alpine huts popular in James Bond movies. But there are several hotels in Switzerland ski regions that will satisfy the modernism and the hip crowd.
Eating a raclette or a cheese fondue is fantastic. During winter, my husband and I eat one every two or three weeks. In vacation is great to eat local foods but the traditional Swiss menu is small. A dish of rösti (Swiss hash browns) is tasty but if you stay a week or more, you need more variety.
Groovy Ski Resorts
The design hotels bring trendy bars and restaurants as well as a modern style decor. A few cool design hotels emerge in Switzerland. A perfect example is the Solis Cambrina Hotel in Adelboden.
If you are taking of freshen up the ski cottage, consider the idea of going modern style. The interior design shown here is certainly warm and the space look comfortable. The bedroom picture is dreamy inside and outside.
Interior design ideas that you could slip in your house includes the 4-color lamp row and the circular conversation lounge simply made with 4 chairs.
The hotel sits in a relaxed holiday resort located in the middle of the Bernese Alps. Adelboden is characterized by its village atmosphere and has been awarded the “Families Welcome” quality label. So you get the best of both: an incursion in the tradition and the modern.
Adelboden, meaning noble ground is great for ski, all-year long hiking, mountain biking and many more outdoor adventures. You can find some challenging slope since a FIS Ski World Cup at the Chuenisbärgli happens in January every year. The Chuenisbärgli in Adelboden is considered one of the Cup’s most challenging courses with the giant slalom event attracting up to 30,000 spectators. Check out the results of the Aldenboden 2009 giant slalom race held 6 days ago.