Skylights, winding concrete stairways, and unexpectedly placed window frames that bathe the bedrooms in the serene afternoon light give the circular interior a sense of whimsy.
Dashing through the snow is all the more, well, dashing, when one partakes in a sleigh ride amid perfectly exquisite scenery (with a warm drink in mitten-clad hand).
Getting back to nature is taking a whole new meaning in the Swiss Alps, thanks to artists Frank and Patrik Riklin, who are bringing their no-wall, no-ceiling hotel concept to multiple locations in eastern Switzerland this summer.
Forget everything you know about thermal baths: Swiss spa culture is the most innovative, hands down (eyes closed, relaxed).
We all know the famous Swiss cultural touchstones—exquisite chocolates, alpine ski chalets, and cows with neck bells—but it’s time to add another to the list: the Grand Train Tour.
Baur au Lac’s neo-classical façade hints at the old fashioned glamour that awaits inside, where kings and queens have rubbed shoulders with composers, artists, and silver screen stars.
What makes Baselworld tick? This year, some 650 exhibitors.
H. Moser & Cie has dropped the “Swiss Made” label on their watches in a protest to show that Switzerland’s new rules on “Swiss Made” are too lenient.
Pirelli continues on in its quest for winter domination in both skiing and driving.