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Pure relaxation in a world-class spa, romantic skiing or snowboarding adventures at full moon, candlelit dinners at gourmet restaurants – the romantic excursions for two that Switzerland has to offer, set against breathtaking natural scenery, will leave you spellbound. Longstanding traditions unite with modern comfort and amenities at honeymoon hotels in Switzerland, creating ideal conditions for endless carefree days and long cozy nights together.

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Honeymoon Hotels Switzerland

The flair of the Alps and undisturbed pleasure awaits you at a honeymoon hotel in Switzerland. The stunning landscapes will imprint endearing memories for you and your partner to share for a lifetime. Culinary pleasures with lake or mountain views, jaw-dropping panoramic scenery, warm summer evening strolls or cozy nights in front of the fire; from lush green grasslands to snow-capped mountains, Switzerland is the perfect year-round destination for a romantic getaway.

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Graubünden: Remote wilderness & Outdoor escapes

Switzerland© The Chedi Andermatt

The wonderfully remote region of Graubuenden begs outdoor escapades. Home to Switzerland’s only national park, this canton’s mountainous landscape is dominated by the Engadin and Rhein valleys. Chur, the ancient capital, has existed since roman times. Around every corner, secret splendours are waiting to be discovered. In the winter, you can go skiing along 2,200km of pistes in the countless resorts dotted along the Engadin valley. During the warm summer months, hiking is the main activity, with cable cars, ski-lifts and railways making it easier to get to the thousands of trails that wind across the mountains, valleys and lakes in this stunningly beautiful region. The thermal baths in Vals are appealing all year round. From the comfort of your lovingly designed room you can enjoy enchanting views of pristine mountain landscapes, make yourselves cozy with rosti (shredded fried potatoes) and apfelmost (apple cider) in front of a crackling open fire and plan an intimate horse-drawn carriage ride for two through the romantic Val Fex valley in the Engadin St Moritz region against impressive glacial scenery. An experience that certainly belongs to one of the most romantic experiences you can have while honeymooning in Switzerland.

Valais: Wine & Nature lover’s paradise

Valais is the stepping stone to the roof of the world. With backdrops like the unfathomable Matterhorn, the astounding 23km long Aletsch Glacier and a tapestry of perfectly manicured, lush vineyards in the Rhone Valley, how can a hike or ski tour in Valais be anything but spectacular? Valais boasts its fair share of beautiful mountain pastures, snow-capped peaks, pristine glaciers and arboreal forests, but it’s also Switzerland’s premier and biggest wine-making region. With a slow and enviable way of life thanks to no major cities except the quaint capital of Sion, the canton of Valais is well-known for its Mediterranean climate making it the perfect honeymooning destination in both winter and summer. Sion also offers amazing shopping experiences and top-class eateries boasting Gault Millau points. The superb wines of this region will not disappoint. A stay at a romantic alpine hotel in Valais will make your hearts beat faster while on honeymoon.

Bernese Oberland: Glittering Lakes & Mountain views

Switzerland© Villa Principe Leopoldo Hotel

The Bernese Oberland, or Bernese Highlands, has a lot to brag about. It is one of those rare regions on Earth where you can enjoy jaw-dropping views from just about anywhere, whether it’s on a gondola ride, chilling out by the lake, or hiking. Centrally located in the western part of Switzerland, this is the area of Switzerland you are most likely to see on postcards, given that it’s home to the infamous trio of the Eiger, Mönch and Jungfraujoch mountains. Honeymoon hotels in this canton of Switzerland put you right in the middle of spectacular alpine scenery, from craggy mountains and deep ravines to vast forests and green hilly farmscapes. Offering a combination of city charm and natural wonders, the Lake Thun region is the perfect starting point from which to explore the Bernese Oberland. At the west end, the medieval castle town of Thun offers a horde of activities. In addition, the mild climate in this region is ideal for all kinds of water sports like paragliding, boating, or white water rafting, or simply enjoying a coffee and a bite to eat at one of the many outdoor lakeside cafés.