The Hotel Bad Serneus is situated in the largest and greenest Swiss tourism region – the Canton of Graubünden, near the Klosters and Davos mountain-resort. Our nearest neighbours are Klosters and Serneus.
Klosters is an Alpine jewel. Enjoying a secluded location away from urban civilization, the village radiates a peaceful charm and distinctively elegant style.
Klosters Davos was first visited by skiers 150 years ago. Klosters mountain-resort came to fame in 1950 when it was discovered by American and British film, music and theatre celebrities. Since then, British and Americans have fallen in love with Klosters and made it their second home. For years, Klosters has been the favourite holiday destination of the British and Swedish royal families and is still favoured by celebrities in search of quiet recreation.
Serneus Village gains special charm from a row of houses built in 1742-1745 in the distinctive architectural style of the Prättigau region, narrow streets, the restful churchyard of St. Sebastian’s Church, the welcoming Gotshna restaurant, and well-tended flowering balconies. Ski slopes run down to Serneus village.
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Sunniberg Bridge, a perfect creation of modern civilization, forms a strong contrast within this oasis of tranquillity. Its elegant lines can be admired from the hotel windows.
The Hotel Bad Serneus is situated at an altitude of 998 metres above sea level. It became famous in the 15th Century when the sulphur mineral water spring was discovered.
It offers a vast number of possibilities for quality holidays in both winter and summer seasons. More information about the active leisure facilities is available here: