Recreation that Remains.

Wellness

During the wellness holidays, it is just as easy to relax in one of the exclusive wellness hotels as in our thermal baths. The recreational landscapes in Graubünden combine harmony, comfort and modern design.
Wellness area in the 7132 Hotel Vals (© 7132 Hotel Vals)
7132 Hotel, Vals
Wellness facility at the Kulm Hotel St. Moritz
Kulm Hotel St. Moritz
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From Luxury to Casual.

The 10 Most Beautiful Wellness Hotels

From the Hamam in the Hotel Schweizerhof to the Wellnessgrotto in the Hotel Madrisajoch: if you are looking for peace and well-being, you are sure to find the right wellness hotel in our tips.

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Overview.

More Wellness Hotels

On our booking platform you will find a large selection of other wellness hotels in all price ranges.

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Relax.

Thermal Baths.

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Bogn Engiadina Scuol
Bogn Engiadina, Scuol

At Bogn Engiadina Scuol, guests bathe in natural mineral water from the region while enjoying a magnificent panoramic view of the Lower Engadine Dolomites.

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Therme Vals (Foto: © 7132 Hotel, Vals)
7132 Therme, Vals

Vals is a wild and rocky valley. Its elements unite in the architecture of the thermal bath to create a sensual experience. The star architect Peter Zumthor designed the rock bath.

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Relaxing: Mineralbad & Spa in Samedan
Mineralbad & Spa Samedan

The Mineralbad & Spa Samedan is attached directly to a Reformed church and extends over five floors. It is the first vertical mineral bath in Switzerland.

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Mineralbad Andeer
Andeer Spa

Already 700 years ago, muleteers stopped off at the Andeer bathhouse. In the 34 °C warm water they recovered from the arduous journey across the Alps.

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Bad Alvaneu

The Bad Alvaneu have an indoor and outdoor pool, the water temperature is a pleasant 34°C. There is also a steam bath, a solarium, a Finnish sauna and a bio sauna.

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Tamina Therme, Bad Ragaz

The thermal baths of Bad Ragaz have been known since the early Middle Ages and are today considered the most water-rich acratotherm in Europe.