The VICTORIA-JUNGFRAU Grand Hotel & Spa has a history spanning more than 150 years. Much has changed over the decades, however, one thing has remained constant over the years: local tradition of heartfelt hospitality. Whether you are planning a romantic weekend for two, a vacation, rest and relaxation or a conference, the doors of the VICTORIA-JUNGFRAU Grand Hotel & Spa are wide open.
The 5,500-square-meter Spa, meanwhile, is a world unto itself with its large indoor swimming pool, outdoor brine bath, whirlpools, sauna complex, massage choices, fitness gym and SENSAI SELECT SPA range of treatments.
Enjoy the Private Spa Suite as a couple or by yourself – and discover sheer relaxation in complete privacy. Facilities include private steam bath and sauna as well as a twin bathtub strewn with petals by candlelight. There’s even a view of the surrounding countryside.
Every guest at the VICTORIA-JUNGFRAU Grand Hotel & Spa can indulge in Koishimaru silk treatment, which releases the inner beauty of the skin. The full potential of your skin is unlocked through the application of traditional Japanese rituals such as three-step Saho skincare or any other procedure from the spa menu.
The ESPA Spa promises tranquility, beauty and well-being across its range of 30 treatments for the body. These include various massage types, followed by peeling on request. The Spa also offers Ayurveda-influenced treatments, the ESPA Body Ritual with body wrap and massage and the Bamboo Joint Release Experience. Detox treatments help to eliminate toxins from your body and tighten the skin. There is also a steam bath, bio-sauna for men and women, separate women-only area and a spacious quiet room.
Since fitness raises physical and psychological well-being, the VICTORIA-JUNGFRAU Grand Hotel & Spa has a fitness center with around 35 innovative strength and endurance machines. There are six tennis courts for your use, with the services of a tennis coach if required. You can also choose from more than 30 health treatments, including step, bodyforming, Pilates, yoga and many more. Farther afield, the Bernese Highlands promise practically unlimited possibilities for exercise in the fresh air.
Any of these would be a good reason simply to stay in the hotel – were it not for the lure of the Bernese Highlands and the experiences its peaks and natural beauties promise.
Guests can take a trip to the nearby Harder Kulm mountain, which promises superb views of the Eiger, Mönch and Jungfrau.
Helicopter flights and paragliding offer fresh ways to see the world from a bird’s-eye perspective. It is also possible to take a boat trip to the roaring Giessbach Falls or a jet boat on Lake Brienz. Comfortable carriage rides, absorbing museum visits and bike rides into the Jungfrau region round out a very wide choice.