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Waldhaus Flims Mountain Resort & Spa, Switzerland
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Waldhaus Flims Mountain Resort & Spa

Flims Waldhaus, Switzerland

By Roger Cox, Editor

A member of the Leading Small Hotels of the World, the Waldhaus Flims dates to 1877, making it the oldest and Waldhaus Flims Mountain Resort & Spagrandest of the three hotels (the others are the Hotel Belmont and Villa Silvana) grouped around a pavilion in a parklike setting in the Swiss Alps, 137 km (85 miles) southeast of Zurich. Covered walkways and underground passages connect the four structures and a collection of amenities, including a spa, curling hall, restaurants and bars, a petting zoo, a museum, and a kids camp.

Tennis consists of two outdoor red-clay courts. Peter Burwash International staffs the summer program (mid June-mid September), offering game matching, clinics, and a free 30-minute hitting session with the pro as well as private lessons.

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See Also

If you're looking for other resorts resorts in this region, check out our Tennis Map of Europe.

Rates and Reservations

There are three hotels on property: The Waldhaus Grand Hotel, the Hotel Belmont, and Villa Silvana. The following ranges of rates across the three options are for double rooms and various-sized suites and include daily breakfast. Single occupancy rates are also available, as is half-board. Prices quoted in Swiss francs (CHF).

Visit the website for current rates

Waldhaus Flims Mountain Resort & Spa
Via dil Parc 3
Flims Waldhaus, 7018 Switzerland

Travel Essentials

Seasons. June-September.

General Tourist Information. For general information about travel to Switzerland, check out the Swiss National Tourist Office website.