Wake up to the mountains

Guests return time and again to experience the awesome natural surrounds and enjoy the atmospheric interiors of La Grande Dame of the Arolla . Wake up in one of the Grand Hôtel & Kurhaus’s 61 rooms and breathe in fresh mountain air while taking in awesome views of the Arolla forest or snow-capped mountain summits.

Over a century old, many of the hotel’s original features remain, including historic Swiss furniture, carefully preserved and lovingly restored. Each of our rooms remains sympathetic to the traditional architecture of the region, are simply yet amply furnished, and benefit from free Wi-Fi.

Our rooms range from cosy snugs to well-proportioned spaces with balconies opening up onto Alpine vistas.

Breakfast is included.

« Forest view »

Ideal for hikers during a trekking stage or a star trekking stay.

They are located on the forest side and offer calm and rest with the scents of the forest of Arolles. All are equipped with a bathroom with shower or bathtub.

« Mountain view »

Cosy room in a mountain spirit.

They are located on the side of “Le jardin des Arolles” with its forest of arolles and hundred-year-old larches.

They are all bright and offer a splendid view of the surrounding peaks for sunrises in the mountains.

«Mountain view with Balcony»

Cocooning room for a getaway for two.

They are located on the side of “Le jardin des Arolles” and have a balcony with a view.

Waking up with a masterful view of the Mont-Collon and contemplating the starry sky over the peaks, this is the favorite room for lovers.

« Tribe 4 & 5 people »

Discover the perfect harmony of comfort, nature and adventure in our “Tribe 4” and “Tribe 5” family & friends rooms.

Nestled among the majestic peaks of Arolla, our Tribe rooms offer the ideal setting for an unforgettable getaway with family or friends.

« Suite 3 rooms »

Our 3-bedroom suite gives you the opportunity to gather 6 people, family or friends in a private space.

Coffee and tea-making facilities included.

In open nature

Video credit : Alvar Ehrnrooth