Founded in 1898, the Carlton-Europe Hotel has been writing history for over 120 years, which is reflected in the countless furnishings and exhibits. The hotel offers over 90 different hotel rooms in the 3-star superior and 4-star segment and has been extensively renovated and expanded in recent years. Rooms with whirlpool on request. The Art Nouveau house is managed by a young team, which attaches importance to the very individual care of the guests. The rooms are furnished in the old English or boutique style. Seven seminar rooms and banqueting halls have capacities for 10 to 100 guests. Carlton-Europe has several restaurants offering a wide range of food. To round off the day, the natural swimming pond in the hotel park or the hotel's own "Oberland Wellness Village" invite you to relax.

open: All year; rooms from CHF 110; breakfast from 7-10h; number of rooms: 75

  • Bar with full range of alcoholic beverages
  • Non-smoking area
  • Parking available
  • Guestrooms with Balcony
  • Guestrooms with television
  • Showers
  • Outdoor seating, terrace or garden
  • Swimming pool
  • Steam bath
  • Free extra towels
  • Massage on offer
  • Meals. Extensive menu available
  • Pets allowed
  • Free WiFi


Carlton Europe
Carlton Europe
Carlton Europe
Carlton Europe
Carlton Europe
Carlton Europe
Carlton Europe
Carlton Europe
Carlton Europe
Carlton Europe
Carlton Europe

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