Even in a town with plenty of choices, the Bolgen Plaza is a great aprés-ski venue. During the winter there is a daily 'Snow Apéro' DJ party starting at 4pm and hot meals are served from 11am onwards.
After spending a morning in the snow working up an appetite, there are few better places to end up for lunch than this mountain restaurant. Perched at 1,792m on the south-facing side of the
Capitalising on the longstanding history of wellness tourists ‘taking the water’ on the Rigi mountain near Lucerne, this spa offers modern-day visitors the chance to luxuriate in the mineral waters of the Kaltbad spring while taking in the superlative view of the mountains from its indoor and outdoor pools.
This is the world’s first fully rotating gondola, which slowly spins around 360 degrees during its five-minute trip towards the summit of Mount Titlis from the Engelberg resort. As you travel up 3,020 metres above sea level you can enjoy some spectacular views of deep crevasses and snow-covered mountain peaks.
This unique hotel offers a real urban escape, with winter ski touring, a dip in the hotel’s hot tub and the starry sky of a winter’s night in the middle of nowhere.
Well known for its thermal waters, the pretty alpine village of Leukerbad has several spas, but this is one of the best.
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Take advantage of the crisp weather and incredible views from the sun terraces of these Alpine restaurants and cafes this winter.
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