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Oct 22
Depart
Oct 26
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An interior shot of a one bed suite. The bed is donned in white linens and the headboard is a dark green. The carpet is red and the two high back chairs in each corner of the room are brown. There are two bedside tables with lamps on top of them.

Classic Superior Room

Superior Rooms

A calming sanctuary ideal for couples or individuals looking to get away from it all

An interior shot of a one bed suite. The bed is donned in white linens and the headboard is a dark green. The carpet is red and the two high back chairs in each corner of the room are brown. There are two bedside tables with lamps on top of them.
an interior shot of a one bed suite. The bed is donned in white linens and the headboard is a forest green. There is a large brown chair in the corner of the room next to a window. There is a small round table with a candle, a book and reading glasses on top of it.

Soaring windows bring in the warm mountain sunshine and overlook views of the Alps or Waldhaus Park, while plush bedding and rich textiles hint at cozy refinement. After a day of exploring the Graubünden, a cozy seating area beckons for curling up over a book or a drink.

  • Occupancy
    2
  • Size
    20-21 sq. m.
  • View
    Park or mountain view
room with white bed, sofa chair, coffee table, lamps, wood posts, and window
a woman in the room drinking tea looking out through the open window to the beautiful mountain view with trees and blue sky

Tranquil and serene

Escape from it all in your own personal haven situated within Switzerland’s largest hotel park. Our renovated classic superior rooms benefit from an abundance of natural light, your choice of double or twin bed, a connecting door upon request (if available), and a 48-inch TV.

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10/22/2020 — 10/26/2020
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waldhaus flims hotel exterior at dusk. The hotels is white with gray shutters. There are two balconies overlooking the mountains. In the background are evergreen trees and the silhouettes of the swiss alps

Compulsory use of face masks

Dear Guest

Please note that from the 17th of October it is compulsory to wear a face-mask in public buildings as instructed by the government of the canton Graubunden. For more information, do not hesitate to contact us.

Thank you for your cooperation.

The Waldhaus Team

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