Tschuggen Grand Hotel Offers Exclusive Ski Access in Arosa

(Courtesy of Tschuggen Hotel Group)

On November 30, 2018, the Tschuggen Grand Hotel in Arosa, Switzerland will celebrate the start of the winter season with the “Private Mountain – HEAD into the Season” event, where guests of the five-star hotel can enjoy a whole day of exclusive access to the ski resort's slopes around the Aroser Hörnli and Weisshorn mountains (depending on snow conditions). On the following day, the Aroser Bergbahnen cable cars will officially start their winter season.

Although this year will see the ninth consecutive “Private Mountain” event, this is the first time that the sports good manufacturer HEAD will be on board as a partner. Guests can look forward to untouched slopes and entertainment on the mountain. If guests are still looking for the right skis, they can receive professional advice and try out various models. A further highlight consists of the ski race with former world skiing champion Didier Cuche, who will be there as a brand ambassador. 

As a reward, there will be a barbecue at an altitude of around 6,561 feet with pulled pork burgers, champagne and mulled wine, accompanied by music by local DJ Gigi. The program will continue in the evening at the Tschuggen Grand Hotel with a dinner followed by live music by the British cover band “The Beat Factor." On the following day, guests can relax in the almost 54,000-square-foot “Tschuggen Bergoase” spa.

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The “Private Mountain” special at the Tschuggen Grand Hotel costs from approximately $782 per person for two nights or from about $1,120 per person for three nights. Day guests pay approximately $303, including lunch and Champagne. In the event of insufficient snow, the hotel has prepared an alternative program of activities.

The “Private Mountain” special is valid from November 29 to December 2, 2018.

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