For over a century, Hotel Schweizerhof has been at the heart of tourism in Lenzerheide.
1904: Hotel Schweizerhof opens with 60 beds
1906: Franz Brenn takes over the hotel
1913: Expansion by a further 60 beds plus addition of spacious function rooms
1929: Construction of the large Rotonde ballroom and banqueting hall
1930: Complete refurbishment and further expansion of capacity to 200 beds
1942: Hotel acquired by Georges Decurtins, co-managed with son Beat from 1950
1977: Old Hotel Schweizerhof demolished 1981: SchweizerHof opens as an apartment hotel
1994: Following its third closure due to bankruptcy, Andreas and Claudia Züllig take over the hotel
1995: Remodelling of old Dependance, 32 new rooms
2001: Acquisition of the Scalottas building, 300 m away
2003: Creation of Scala gourmet restaurant in the Scalottas building
2006: Complete renovation with addition of a new building (30 rooms) plus 1500 m2 spa area
2010: Renovation of 32 Nostalchic rooms
2017: Reconstruction of our Café+Bar in our new local Schweizerhof Bar&Restaurant
Hotel category: 4* plus
Total number of guest rooms: 76
Alpine Chic: 28
Alpine Chic suite: 1
Alpine Chic junior suite: 1
Nostalchic Belle Etage: 4
Budget: 12 (Summer: Mountain B&B; Winter: Snow B&B)
Total number of guest beds: 180
Seating capacity in 5 restaurants: 340
Seating capacity in bars and café: 120
Spa areas: 1,500 m2, including hammam, sauna (with outside area), salt water outdoor pool, family adventure pool with saunas and steam room
Number of staff: 100
4 charging stations for electric cars (socket type 2)
• Plenary room (170 m2, for 40 to 100 people)
• Multi-purpose room (120 m2, for 20 to 80 people)
Crèche and activity programme for children
Varied cultural programme
Managers: Andreas and Claudia Züllig-Landolt and Christian Zinn
The architecture of Hotel Schweizerhof is a harmonious blend
of nostalgic elegance and contemporary alpine chic.
A number of architects have had a hand in shaping Hotel Schweizerhof over the past century. In 1981 the Zurich architectural firm of Wolfgang Behles created the central part of the hotel, which still exists, and also added the new “Alpine Chic” annex in 2006. This new building was realized by the Chur architectural practice of Silvio Karlen, with Tanja Jörimann and Werner Woodtli from Domleschg contributing the interior design.
The new wellness facilities were planned and realized by the architectural firm of Max Dudler (Zurich and Berlin). Zurich artist Mayo Bucher acted as artistic advisor for the Turkish hammam. Already in 1995 ‑ 82 years after it was first built ‑ the “Dependance” annex was completely gutted and 32 nostalgic-style rooms were created by architects Rausch, Ladner, Clerici (Rheineck).
In the spring of 2010, all 32 of these “Nostalchic” rooms were again sensitively renovated.
Our team of over 100 ‑ from our porters, receptionists and housekeepers to the hotel′s managers ‑ are dedicated to making you feel completely at home at Hotel Schweizerhof, 24 hours a day.
We look forward to welcoming you!
Some exciting job opportunities for you!
Here at Hotel Schweizerhof we practise an open and personal style of management. We want our employees to enjoy working for us so they fully embody the spirit of hospitality we are seeking to communicate. They will also be willing to take on responsibility for their own sphere of work.
Basic principles of employment at Hotel Schweizerhof:
We value and respect the individual personalities of our employees.
We support our employees with individual training and enable specific professional development.
Our working relationships are built on mutual trust.
We also foster our relationships by enjoying activities together outside of work.
As we expect our employees to know German, the following job advertisements are only listed in German. Thank you for your understanding!
Conservation of energy, the use of natural materials, social responsibility, targeted initial and continuing training for our employees, and the use of local products have all been a matter of course at Hotel Schweizerhof Lenzerheide for many years.
To promote sustainability, we have also created new offers such as the ′Bündner Abende′: Events that promote regional products, implemented in conjunction with farmers and vintners from the Graubünden region.
Our family packages are also sustainable: from grandchildren to grandparents, all generations can benefit from selected “pampering” offers at fair prices.