INFORMATION ABOUT YOUR HOTEL
Built in 1910 and extended in its centennial year, the Waldhotel is committed to providing a memorable holiday, not least because of its perfect location right next to the ski slopes of Arosa.
AT A GLANCE
CHECK IN FROM 4PM / CHECK OUT AT 11.00AM
SPA IS OPEN FROM 10AM – 7:30PM
GYM IS OPEN 7AM – 7:30PM
COMPLIMENTARY WIFI THROUGHOUT HOTEL
Breakfast ArrangementsAT THE WALDHOTEL
A buffet breakfast is served in the Thomas Mann restaurant & Zauberberg between 7.30am and 11.00am
Dining ArrangementsTHOMAS MANN RESTAURANT & ZAUBERBERG, STIVETTA, KACHELOFA-STUBLI & SUN TERRACE
The dress code in all restaurants is smart/casual. Clients booked on half board can dine out of the hotel on one evening and will receive a credit of CHF20 per adult and there is a menu in the Thomas Mann and Stivetta restaurants.
- Thomas Mann restaurant & Zauberberg – These are the main restaurants serving buffet breakfast and in the evening enjoy two different 5-course menus. Breakfast 07:30 – 11:00, dinner 18:30 – 21:00
- Stivetta – A small and comfortable restaurant serving Swiss specialities such as cheese Fondue, Fondue Chinoises and raclette (subject to change). Open Tue-Sat 8:30 – 20:30
Dining Arrangements ContinuedTHOMAS MANN RESTAURANT & ZAUBERBERG, STIVETTA, KACHELOFA-STUBLI & SUN TERRACE
- Kachelofa-Stübli – The hotel’s 16 Gault Millau point gourmet restaurant. Open for lunch serving regional and light dishes à la carte and for dinner serving gourmet cuisine (not included in the half board arrangement, although you will receive a credit on your room bill if booked on half board). Open 18:30 – 21:00 except Tuesday
- Sun Terrace – Enjoy a light lunch or snack and a drink whilst taking in the beautiful views from the Sun Terrace. Open daily until 19:00
Spa ArrangementsAT THE WALDHOTEL
The 1100 m² spa at the Waldhotel Arosa is divided into two areas: the Aqua Silva designed for families and the Spa Salus for guests aged 18 years and older.
The Waldhotel’s saunas are its speciality and include an ice spring, Sanarium complete with coloured lights, steam baths, herbal sauna, classical Finish sauna and the Kelosauna. They also have an indoor pool and numerous treatment rooms for massages or beauty treatments.
The spa is open every day from 10.00am – 7.30pm. In Switzerland the policy, for hygiene reasons, nudity is advised in sauna and steam room areas. To use the spa Salus facilities you must be 18 or older and for the Aqua Silver Spa you must be 14 years older and accompanied by an adult.