5 Insanely Beautiful Luxury Suites in Switzerland

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Amongst the watches, chocolate and cheese, Switzerland’s fairytale hotels add to the country’s undeniable charm.

As a full-time traveler and hotel lover, I’ve stayed in some of the most insanely beautiful luxury suites in Switzerland. Whether you’re looking for a sumptuous bed, a spectacular alpine view or impeccable 5-star service, the following list of luxury hotel suites are guaranteed to impress.

Here are 5 of my favorite luxury suites in Switzerland

1. The Cambrian Adelboden 

→  The Cambrian Suite

The Cambrian Adelboden is a design hotel situated in the snowy heart of the Swiss Alps. A piste network 210 kilometers long makes the Adelboden-Lenk ski region one of the most attractive in Switzerland. And yet, you don’t have to step foot on the slopes to enjoy your stay. Enchanting mountain views can be admired from every direction, but the heated outdoor pool offers the best seat. Visit the impressive wellness spa for a mountain herb massage then retreat to the luxuriously modern Cambrian Suite. This suite boasts three balconies, along with a spacious living area, two bathrooms, flat screen TV and WiFi. The only complaint amongst guests is wishing they stayed a day longer!

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2. The Lodge Verbier

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Set high on the lofty peaks of the Swiss Alps, overlooking the town of Verbier, sits Sir Richard Branson’s mountain retreat, The Lodge Verbier. In winter, Verbier offers world-class skiing with over 400km on-piste terrain. However, the 9-bedroom lodge is only available for exclusive hire during this season. I stayed in summertime when the rooms can be booked individually. Go for the Master Suite on the top floor and enjoy a private balcony, a cozy living area with a fireplace and a spacious bathroom comprised of a soaking tub and rain shower. As difficult as it may be to leave your suite, there’s also a gorgeous heated indoor pool, steam room, spa, outdoor and indoor jacuzzi and a 24 hour self-service bar.

Furthermore, you can read all about my summer stay here.

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3. The Chedi Andermatt

→ The Gemsstock Suite

Asian slick meets alpine chic at the Chedi Andermatt, located in the traditional Swiss village of Andermatt. Star architect, Jean-Michel Gathy, combined dark floors, natural wood and leather seating to create an interior design that oozes warmth, openness and intimacy. Check into the 1,500 square ft. Gemsstock Suite for an utterly indulgent experience. Here, colossal picture windows provide sweeping views of the Gemsstock Mountain which the suite was named after. The built-in fireplace, private wine cabinet, heated stone flooring, exclusive Hastens bed, deep soak bathtub are a just few of the luxe amenities. As soon as you step inside, you may think twice about venturing outdoors.

You can also read about the hotel’s upscale restaurants, cheese room and wellness spa in my previous post here.

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4. Grand Resort Bad Ragaz

→ The Spa Suites

Named the best wellness hotel in Switzerland for the 9th consecutive year, the Grand Resort Bad Ragaz is the ultimate retreat to nourish your mind, body, and of course, soul. The resort is comprised of two hotels at the foot of the Alps in the Heidiland holiday region. I stayed at Grand Hotel Quellenhof in one of the modern Spa Suites. Firstly, the giant marble bathroom features the healing thermal waters from the nearby Tamina Gorge. And secondly, the spacious suite comes with a balcony, private sauna, oversized bed with an adjustable sleeping system and a private butler. A soak in the series of thermal water pools is a must-do, as well as relaxing in the new Swarovski crystal steam bath.

Additionally, I chose to partake in the 3-day Ragaz Relaxation program. Check out my experience here.

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5. Hotel Villa Honegg

→ Master Suite Lake View

High above Lake Lucerne is where you will find Hotel Villa Honegg and the Instagram famous outdoor infinity pool. In fact, the pool maintains a year-round temperature of 93°F. That is reason enough alone to stay here if you ask me. However, the other guest amenities shouldn’t be overlooked. More specifically, the fabulous terrace dining, lavish spa with a Finnish sauna, steam bath and indoor pool, cigar lounge and movie theater. I suggest booking into the largest and most exclusive suite, The Master Suite Lake View, for a special occasion. Enjoy the best complimentary a-la-carte breakfast on the terrace, then snuggle back into the king-sized bed while the fireplace is on. Chic wooden furnishings make up the living area, dressing room and spacious bathroom with a bathtub view.

Still curious about the pool? Then take a look at my photo blog here.

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BONUS: Did you know the world’s most expensive hotel suite is located in Geneva, Switzerland?

Sorry Las Vegas and Dubai. The Royal Penthouse Suite at The President Wilson in Geneva, Switzerland is officially the world’s most expensive. Rates start at approximately $80,000 per night.

The price tag pegs the question, “Your hotel room’s got what?” Most noteworthy, this suite is a staggering 5,500 square feet in size. There are 12 lavish bedrooms and marble bathrooms, as well as a wraparound terrace that overlooks Lac Leman. Other glamorous amenities include jacuzzis, fine art pieces, a grand piano, private elevator, dedicated chef and an en-suite gym. Bring your entourage of 12 and the price drops to roughly $6,600 per person a night. Totally affordable, right?

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Dreaming of a luxury spa getaway now? Here are 6 additional spa retreats around the world to consider as well.

Misha Gillingham
Misha Gillingham
Misha Gillingham is the owner and operator of Wildluxe. Fascinated by luxury hotels and all of the details that go into creating that perfect guest experience, Misha focuses her creative efforts on showcasing only the most exclusive properties in the world. Follow along and discover the travel destinations you've been dreaming of.

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