Every hotel experience should be different and must reflect the culture and the beauty of the place. Well, that’s how I would want my hotel experience to be. But most of the time, hotel experiences tends to be impersonal, have that ‘chain like’ atmosphere and boring, right?
What is a Typical Swiss Hotel then?
“In a very individual way the hotels are a mirror of their region,”
says Jürg Schmid, Director of Switzerland Tourism.
If every hotel in every place we visit has this goal in mind, then we will have great and wonderful hotel experiences. Just like for example this Romantik Hotel Chesa Salis. This hotel was built in 1590 has gone through a lot in the hundreds of years in its existence. And the every corner of this hotel interior truly reflects its history. Now, that’s Typically Swiss to me. Not compromising and getting into the ‘mold’ of what’s popular to its visitors but preserving its culture and history. If you want to discover and explore more authentic Swiss hotels, then visit their site now or maybe start planning to visit this enchanting country.