The Arosa Kulm Hotel & Alpin Spa is located in picture-perfect Arosa, an Alpine village in the canton of Graubünden. At 1800 m above sea level, the hotel sits directly on the ski slopes of the Swiss ski resort Arosa-Lenzerheide (which consists of 225 kilometers of slopes).
The hotel is set close to hiking trails amidst the imposing Swiss mountains. Due to its perfect location and close proximity to the quiet village district Innerarosa, the sought-after destination offers visitors Alpine elegance and is the best spot for a romantic weekend, family vacation or corporate event.
The hotel has 119 rooms and suites, 6 different restaurants, 2 bars as well as 6 event rooms. Tranquility and relaxation is provided by the Alpin Spa. Holistically oriented, the spa uses the surrounding enviroment’s water and Alpine ambience to create the ultimate wellness experience.
Alpine Spa Arosa Kulm
The hotel’s spa offers over 1200 m² of wellness and relaxation against a majestic Alpine landscape. In addition to the rock pool with integrated bubble bath and a fantastic panoramic view of the Alpine mountain landscape, the Alpin Spa also includes a fragrance and sound grotto, bio sauna and steam bath.
The spa offers hotel guests a carefully-designed selection of full and partial-body massages (for children, too) as well as medically-oriented therapies, a hairdresser and a fitness centre.
Dinner at hotel restaurant Muntanella, is a true culinary journey through Alpine cuisine. Food sources include products from the region, local wine and a great variety of Swiss cheeses with home-made mustard.
Arosa Summer Activities
While in Arosa, do not miss the Squirrel Path (you can even take some nuts from the hotel reception to feed the adorable creatures). The trail begins at Tomeli-Street and leads into the beautiful forest. Have a walk in the village’s centre, enjoy the Obersee Lake (you can rent a boat or pedal boat for free using Arosa All-inclusive Card issued by the hotel).
You could even consider a hike alongside Schwellisee or Älplisee lakes. Another must-see is the Arosa Bear Sanctuary to observe bears which have been rescued and given a new home in Switzerland.