Switzerland’s Grand Hotel Quellenhof opened its doors once again after its renovation
The Grand Hotel Quellenhof in Switzerland is once again open to welcome and serve its guests with its luxurious services, after undergoing an entire renovation for five months along with an investment of CHF 45m. Two new restaurants are the signature marks of the top chef and the Culinary Director Sven Wassmer. The use of live plants in the walls of the restaurant provides the supply of quality air in the room. The Breakfast of the restaurant will play an eminent part in providing unique culinary experiences.
This monumental grand hotel is now perfectly signing the tunes of its history and its modern and contemporary interiors, in sync.
This monument stands proudly witnessing the change in times
Since the last 150 years, this five-star hotel in Bad Ragaz is the paramount figure in Wellbeing & Medical Health Resort. The internationally prominent and esteemed Medical Health Centre also includes the Swiss Olympic Medical Centre, which offers proficiency in diagnostics and treatment in several fields. The out-patient offerings were developed to accommodate in-patient treatment and orthopedic rehabilitation, in 2014. The extravagant resort provides exemplary conditions for the process to get better with its 17 lavishly appointed clinic rooms and outstanding medical care facilities.
The most luxurious hotel in Switzerland is the pride of the Swiss Luxury Hotel Industry now, for quite some time. Needless to mention the innumerable movie stars, members of the royal family and statesmen have spent nights in one of the hotel’s luxurious suites. This is one of the few and among the best hotels in Switzerland with a view. After undergoing a complete renovation, the resorts begin a new era, with its 150th anniversary.
The renovations add on to its magnificence
A new suite- the King Suite is the newest addition to this palatial grandeur, after its comprehensive renovations. Since the latest addition the Grand Hotel Quellenhof now proudly boasts of five suites, making it one of the luxury hotels in Switzerland. The hotel has an aim to offer its guests a sanctuary which combines luxury and wellbeing by fulfilling the demands of modern times. This also accounts for the fact that it is also the most expensive hotel in Switzerland.
777 years ago, the discovery of 36.5-degree thermal water in the Tamina Gorge was the beginning of the story of Bad Ragaz. The comprehensive renovation includes the installation of three new fountains in the resort to narrate its connection with the thermal spring water. These fountains continuously flow in the fresh thermal spring water, which is safe to drink from at all times.
Apart from including the fountains in the renovations, the curtains, the lighting setup, the entire furniture and many more aspects of the hotel are redesigned, to ensure the royalty is taken to the next level. Unusual light fixtures using the inspiration from plants are used to create a whole new ambience. The objective of the restoration is to successfully maintain the legacy of the hotel while allowing it to grow with the developing future.