Faern, a collection of alpine resorts in Switzerland, is set to open
two new ski-in/ski-out properties, Faern Crans-Montana Valaisia and
Faern Arosa Altein, this December.
Faern Crans-Montana Valaisia
Faern Crans-Montana Valaisia is located two hours from Geneva and
will offer such winter activities as skiing, snowboarding, sledding,
snowshoeing and cross-country skiing. In summer, guests can go hiking,
mountain biking, parachuting and golfing.
The property will feature 134 rooms and suites, many with balconies
overlooking the Swiss mountains; an all-day a la carte restaurant,
Eteila Brasserie, specialising in local cuisine and helmed by executive
chef Lionel Mathier; Sewi Bar & Social Club; and in summer, the Sewi
Other amenities include the resort spa, with a heated indoor pool, steam room, sauna, relaxation room and spa treatments.
Kids under 6 stay free, and dogs are welcome.
A double room at the 126-room Faern Arosa Altein, which is located in the Graubunden National Park.
Faern Arosa Altein
The 126-room Faern Arosa
Altein is located in the Graubunden National Park and will offer access
to miles of downhill and cross-country skiing, snowboarding and
sledding, as well as biking, hiking, tennis, an outdoor pool, mini golf,
table tennis and e-bike rentals.
The property will feature a luxury spa and a rooftop bar and restaurant offering unparalleled views of the Swiss Alps.
Zus Brasserie will serve breakfast and dinner; Alchemilla Parlour
will feature drinks and small plates; and the Alpensand Panoramic Social
Club, overseen by executive chef Daniel Manzoni, will serve an a la
carte menu of daily specials and sharing plates and will feature curated
The wellness area will offer a heated indoor pool with water rapids,
massage and neck showers; as well as a steam room; a flow river; two
saunas; a relaxation room; infrared cabin; a fitness room; and massage
Both properties will feature communal areas, including game rooms and
a cinema room. The starting rates at both properties start at about
US$210 per night, including breakfast.
Source: Travel Weekly