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Arosa Kulm Hotel & Alpin Spa lies 1,850 metres above sea level and is surrounded by the imposing Swiss mountain landscape. The 5-star hotel belongs to the Swiss Deluxe Hotels group. With 119 rooms and suites, you will be cared for by more than 180 staff.

Charming Kulm Rooms

Queen double room


Open your balcony door, breathe in the alpine air and watch as the sun’s rays bathe the landscape in enchanting light. Complete with queen-size bed, desk, comfortable armchair and sofa, and bathroom with bath and separate shower. The room is south facing.

Size approx. 28 m²

Queen double bed

Bathroom with bath and separate shower

South-facing balcony

Price from: Summer CHF 350 / Winter CHF 540

 

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Superior double room south/west


The perfect room for your holiday at the Arosa Kulm! Enjoy some quality time together or indulge in your own private wellness oasis. Complete with twin beds, sofa, comfortable armchair and balcony.

Size approx. 31–34 m²

Twin beds

Sitting corner

Bathroom with bath and separate shower

South or west-facing balcony

Price from: Summer CHF 450 / Winter CHF 740

 

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Superior double room north

If you are travelling with children and need some extra space, we have the perfect room for you. Whether you have an extra bed or a connected room next door, you can enjoy your holiday and give the youngsters a space of their own.

Size approx. 38-42 m²

Twin beds

Living area

Walk-in wardrobe

Bathroom with bath and separate shower

Price from: Summer CHF 400 / Winter CHF 640

 

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Sport single room north


The sport single rooms have a wonderful view over the Weisshorn. Complete with single bed, desk, comfortable armchair and bathroom with shower. The rooms are north facing.

Size approx. 15-20 m2

Single bed

Bathroom with shower

Price from: Summer CHF 190 / Winter CHF 290

 

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Sport single room west

The rooms have spectacular views of the mountain panorama. Complete with single bed, desk, comfortable armchair and bathroom with shower or bath. The rooms are west or north facing.

Size approx. 22 m2

Single bed

Bathroom with bath or shower

Price from: Summer CHF 240 / Winter CHF 340

 

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Sport double room south

Take some time for yourself, put your feet up and enjoy a nice cup of tea on the balcony with a good book. Complete with twin beds, desk, two comfortable armchairs and bathroom with bath/shower. The room is south facing.

Size approx. 29 m²

Twin beds

Sitting corner

Bathroom with bath/shower

South-facing balcony

Price from: Summer CHF 300 / Winter CHF 440

 

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Corner suites

The hidden gem among our suites. Corner location gives double view and includes an extra-large balcony. In addition to the bedroom, there is also a separate living room with sofa and two comfortable armchairs. Just sit back and enjoy.

Size approx. 45 m²

Twin beds

Separate bedroom and living room

Bathroom with bath and separate shower

Large balcony

Price from: Summer CHF 800 / Winter CHF 1,100

 

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Junior suites

Bedroom and separable living room with sofa and comfortable armchair. The perfect amount of space for a pleasant stay together, along with a spacious south-facing balcony.

Size approx. 50-60 m²

Twin beds

Single-room suite with separable sleeping and living areas

Bathroom with bath and separate shower

Additional separate WC

South-facing balcony

Price from: Summer CHF 1,000 / Winter CHF 1,300

 

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Deluxe suites

Light-flooded rooms with luxurious alpine elegance. Sit back and be enchanted by this suite. Spacious living room with sofa, two comfortable armchairs and a dining table, where you can enjoy the delicious meals from room service.

Size approx. 65 m²

Twin beds

Single-room suite with separable sleeping and living areas

Walk-in wardrobe

Bathroom with bath, separate shower and bidet

Separate bathroom with shower and WC

South-facing balcony

Price from: Summer CHF 1,200 / Winter CHF 1,500

 

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Penthouse suite

Luxurious suite with separate living room and bedrooms. Sun terrace with panoramic view of the Arosa mountain landscape. Enjoy breakfast or a candlelit dinner in the living room or on the terrace in good weather. You can even admire the imposing scenery from your bathtub.

Size approx. 71-85 m²

Twin beds

Multi-room suite with separate living room and bedrooms

Walk-in wardrobe

Bathroom with bath and separate shower

Additional separate WC/bidet

Private sun terrace

Price from: Summer CHF 1,400 / Winter CHF 1,700

 

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OUR ROOMS

All 119 rooms have the following amenities:

 

Desk

Free wireless internet access

Room safe

TV and radio

Minibar

Cosmetic products from Culti or Chopard

Kulm Ambassador Club

Become an ambassador

 

As a regular guest and Kulm ambassador, you can reward yourself by telling people about the Kulm Hotel. Become a Kulm ambassador and persuade your friends and family to become guests at the Kulm!

Contact us at info[at]arosakulm.ch or +41 (0)81 378 88 88 for more information and to receive your personal Ambassador Club membership card.

Our story

132 years of the Arosa Kulm Hotel – The History – 1882 to 2014

Before 1882


Confectionery

 

Arosa confectioner Hans Hold purchases the house neighbouring his farmhouse.

1882


Spa house

 

Hans’ son Thomas connects the two houses and builds a third. The result is a hotel named the Kurhaus, with 30 rooms and 48 beds.

Electric lighting, telephone and a collection service at the post carriage station are available.

1894


Kulm

 

After the death of Thomas Hold, the Kurhaus changes both its name and owner. A chef, Mr Scherrer, christens it Kulm.

Turn of the century


The first winter season

 

First winter season following the introduction of winter tourism by the St Moritz hotelier Johannes Badrutt.

1905, 1907, 1909: New owners every two years

1914


The first major extension

 

As the first world war breaks out, the railway line between Chu and Arosa is opened and the "Bergfried" extension is moved 100 metres towards the Piz Kulm.

The first larger extension is built in the same year.

1920


New owners

 

The Kulm and the Waldhaus are purchased simultaneously by Messrs Stoffel and Schmidheiny

1927


Parkhotel

 

The Waldhaus is sold and renamed the Parkhotel.

Beat Stoffel remains sole owner of the Kulm.

1929


Major extension

 

The new wing, planned by the Zurich architect Professor Dunkel, is constructed and 160 extra beds are added. The Kulm Hotel becomes the largest hotel in Arosa.

The Piz Kulm, originally used for all-over tanning but today a fondue and raclette restaurant said to have the best view in Arosa, is also built at this time.

1939-1979


Further extensions

 

Various chairlifts, gondolas and funicular railways are constructed.

The Piz Kulm becomes a fondue and raclette restaurant.

1974


Stüva Kulm

 

The old ice skating house is converted to become the Stüva restaurant.

1977


Beauty Farm

 

The beauty farm and fitness college are built in the third-floor basement.

2000/2001


Alpin SPA

 

The Alpin Spa, with its state-of-the-art wellness facilities, is built

2002


137 rooms

 

137 rooms, 223 beds, 180 staff

2014


119 rooms

 

119 rooms with 207 beds, 140 staff

Image source: Arosa cultural archive – Renzo Semadeni