It is addresses like the Victoria-Jungfrau that put the grand in Grand Hotel. In the very heart of Switzerland, its location – with the astounding view on the Alpine triumvirate of the Jungfrau, the Eiger, and the Moench – is only the beginning of the success story to be told about this five stars hotel.
Heavy with tradition and yet up for any present day standard, elegance and quality seem to come about naturally here, as the guests indulge in a stay at what Geo crowned to be Europe’s best wellness hotel. Indeed, the spa complexes and fitness facilities are vast, and the interested guest will even find the support of a personal health coach. With a popular cultural stereotype
about the people of Bern saying that they like their clocks to tick a bit slower than in the rest of the world, the disposition for a relaxed retreat to steam rooms, a Roman bath style pool and Asian massages couldn’t be better.
At the Victoria-Jungfrau Grand Hotel & Spa, you don’t even have to bother changing out of your bathrobe for a wholesome lunch or dinner at the Spa Bar. A guest should however do so occasionally, in order to not miss out on the all-Italian Pastateca, or the Jungfrau Brasserie with a menu featuring originally Swiss products only. With its state of the art conference venues, as well as its four banquet halls, each with its own style and ambience, the Victoria-Jungfrau is said to have made a considerable contribution to putting Interlaken on the international map. And, it can be said, rightly so, regarding the number and diversity of possible excursions to be embarked upon from here.
Respectively, the Victoria-Jungfrau Grand Hotel & Spa hotel itself provides its guests with a number of organised trips to the immediate surroundings with their scenic lakes, or even to “the top of Europe“, high up on the Jungfrau. The hotel-own ski shop provides equipment for the winter sports savvy. And Interlaken also invites to a rich cultural programme all around the year, complete with Swiss folklore from alpenhorn to yodel.