Swiss Accommodation

As well as the usual options there are also rooms in hay (for those of us without allergies) - you can be wrapped up in hay and sweat the night away.  Or, more conventionally:

Swiss hotels

Our recommended booking agent is Hotels.comIt lists a wide range of hotels.  You can view the comments of guests who have stayed in a particular hotel to help you make a good choice.

Once you are in the area or using local websites, you can often book accommodation through the tourist information offices, or they will at least help you to make a booking yourself.  Our Swiss Route guide will point you to the village or town websites, many of which provide links to hotels and sometimes an online booking facility too. 


Swiss B&Bs

We have found two good sources for booking quality small guesthouses and Bed and Breakfasts on the web.  (Note that such accommodation is called a "Pension" in German).  These are:

  • offers B&Bs as well as hotels
  • You can also access information via Google Maps by typing in "B&B", "Bed and Breakfast" or "Pension" when you have a map of the area open on your screen.  


Swiss apartments

Generally you need to book a cottage or an apartment for 3 or more days, probably a week in high season, but for a family with young children this can be a great way of enjoying the area. We would recommend that you choose a town and then use our Swiss Route links to find local apartments or cottages.


Swiss campsites 

The suppliers of campsite information are


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