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Arosa, Switzerland Event Planning

Key Highlights

Hotels 18
Total Sleeping Rooms 834
Committable Sleeping Rooms* 128
Committable Meeting Rooms* 6
Average Hotel Room Rate CHF 226
Average Daily Meal Cost CHF 151
Average Weekly Car Rental CHF 369
*Maximum for a single hotel

Arosa, Switzerland Things to Do and Attractions

Arosa Ski Area

The ski area Arosa-Lenzerheide boasts 140 miles of pistes and throughout two valleys and three sun-facing mountains, as well as 44 modern ski lifts. Skiers have easy access to a variety of lessons and shops, including a kid-friendly ski school, and

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Untersee Lake

The place to be during the summer months, Untersee Lake features a beach, two diving towers, tanning area and baby pool heated by solar panels. Visitors can rent parasols, deck chairs and rowboats, as well as enjoy the playground, table tennis area,
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Rope Park

Nestled amid natural trees in the woods on the northeast side of Obersee Lake, Arosa’s Rope Park features six different rope courses, as well as a course for children ages 4 to 9. The Rope Park is open during the summer season and welcomes private
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Cross-Country Skiing and Snowshoe Trails

Arosa is home to more than 18 miles of cross-country skiing trails and a one-mile marked trail for snowshoe hiking. Visitors can opt from a variety of suggested snowshoe routes, as well as rent or purchase snowshoes on site.

Ice Sports

Visitors to Arosa can easily take part in a number of ice sports, including curling, ice stock sport, ice skating and ice hockey. Arosa’s outdoor ice rink features weekly courses in curling, as well as group instruction opportunities; those
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Weisshorngipfel

Accessible via cable car, Weisshorngipfel encompasses a 220-seat restaurant, pastry shop, bar area and lounge all at 8,704 feet above sea level. Guests dine on Swiss specialties while enjoying mountain views from the restaurant’s panoramic windows.

Carmennahuette

Known for its fondue, grilled specialties, hot stone selections and Swiss Berglermenu, Carmennahuette is a cozy mountain restaurant accessible by snowcat, foot and bike. Carmennahuette features apres ski parties, as well as a large sun terrace and
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Tschuggenhuette

Situated in a ski village, Tschuggenhuette is a bright, cozy mountain restaurant that serves traditional Swiss fare in a mountain hut setting.

Restaurant Golfhuus

Located at Arosa Golf Club, Restaurant Golfhuus serves classic, refined Swiss fare using sustainable products. Guests choose from weekly menus and enjoy the sun terrace, fireplace lounge and panoramic views.

Brueggerstuba

Known for its pasta selections, Alpine macaroni and Graubuenden barley soup, Brueggerstuba is accessible via cableway, chair lift, ski lift and ski slope. The restaurant's Sternebar is a popular spot for apres-ski gatherings, while its terrace
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Obersee Lake

Set amid stunning mountain scenery, Obersee Lake is a popular spot for boating and relaxing. Situated near the train station and next to the Rope Park, Obersee Lake features rowboat and pedalo rentals, which are free to those with an Arosa
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Hiking Routes

Arosa is a favorite spot for walking and hiking, thanks to its network of year-round routes, most of which pass through the winter sports area. Hikers can explore forests and lakes along Arosa's many hiking routes, as well as find themselves up

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e-bike Gourmet Trails

Designed by the Arosa Tourism Office, Arosa's e-bike Gourmet Trails offer four routes in and around the village. Running from mid-July through mid-September, the e-bike Gourmet Trails combine sports, fun and culinary delights. Guided tours are

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Golf Club Arosa

Considered one of Europe's highest golf courses, the 18-hole, par 65 Golf Club Arosa course, opened in summer of 2001, sits at 6,037 feet above sea level. Golf Club Arosa's rolling terrain is complemented by a fine restaurant, pro shop and covered

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Winter Sports Schools

Arosa is home to four winter sports schools designed for all levels, including children. The Swiss Ski & Snowboard School provides instruction on a number of winter sports, while the ABC Winter Sports School focuses on alpine, boarding and

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