The Waldhaus Wellness Resort Flims is one of Switzerland’s grand hotels and spas, nestled in the Flims | Laax mountains at 1,100 meters above sea level. It has a longstanding tradition of hospitality that combines the inviting charm of the Belle Époque with a thoroughly modern approach towards luxury. The Waldhaus Flims hotel and expansive park comprises three guest houses with refined accommodations that overlook magnificent views of the Alps or Waldhaus Park, four gourmet restaurants that draw culinary inspiration from around the globe, and the internationally acclaimed Waldhaus Spa, which offers the latest spa amenities and innovative treatments in an environment that seamlessly merges stone, water, glass and fresh Alpine air.

I visited the Flims Waldhaus Wellness Resort on a rainy Summer day and was impressed immediately by the warm ambience inside, combined with state-of-the-art contemporary luxury and design. There is a huge 3000 sqm. spa. The nice bars and award-winning restaurants and a very impressing Belle Epoque Museum featuring all kinds of hotel memorabilia from the early times impressed me very much (the hotel was opened in 1877). The huge garden and stunning views on nicer days make it a place to feel exclusive and spoiled. 

The resort has three buildings, the main “Grand-hotel”, the Villa Silvana and the Chalet Belmont. All buildings have been renovated in 2016 and feature refined design and, of course, all luxury amenities that a 5-star hotel offers from several restaurants, to room service and 24h fitness centre. 

The Flims-Laax area of Graubünden offers a wide range of sportive or relaxing activities for all seasons of the year. 

The Waldhaus Wellness Resort Flims is a stylish luxurious hotel in a beautiful mountain region and was added recently to Marriott’s Autograph Collection. It is only a 90 minute drive from Zurich and I can warmly recommend it to anyone who wants to indulge themselves.

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