Hotel Residence***

Hotel Residence – right in the centre of Grindelwald yet located in absolute peace and tranquility. Just a few meters from the main street, the bus stop and only a few minute walk to the Firstbahn cableway. We welcome you to relax and enjoy the magnificent mountain views from the terrace or the balcony. The majestic Eiger mountain with its stunning North Face and other snow clad peaks of the Swiss Alpine range provide a breathtaking backdrop to our hotel.


Grindelwald, also known as The Eiger village is situated in the Bernese Oberland and is surrounded by a commanding mountainscape with the Eiger North Face and the Wetterhorn. Grindelwald – the largest ski resort in the Jungfrau region..


All of our 32 rooms are equipped with attached Bathroom , Shower & WC, Flat screen LCD/LED TV, Radio, Phone and an in-room Safe. The hotel also has a Ski-room, Parking and Garage. For families and small groups we offer flexible accommodation from 2 to 6 bed apartments


Rates in CHF (Swiss Francs)

Inclusive of Buffet Breakfast, VAT and City Tax.

High Season Sunday – Thursday Friday – Saturday
25th Dec-4th Jan, 5th Jul-16th Aug Double Single Double Single
Eiger View 195 140 215 160
First View 175 120 195 140
Normal Season Sunday – Thursday Friday – Saturday
20th Dec-25th Dec, 5th Jan-4th Jul
17th Aug-31st Oct, 19th Dec-25th Dec
Double Single Double Single
Eiger View 175 120 195 140
First View 155 100 175 120
Low Season Sunday – Thursday Friday – Saturday
23rd Sep-19th Dec Double Single Double Single
Eiger View 160 105 NA NA
First View 140 85 NA NA
Apartment type Persons High Season Normal Season Low Season
2 Room Apartment Eiger View 2 260 240 240
(321, 322, 323, 324) 3 350 330 330
4 440 430 430
3 Room Apartment Eiger View 3 420 380 380
422 4 475 435 435
5 565 535 535
4 Room Apartment Eiger View 5 655 595 595
421 6 710 650 650

Please Note

Maximum of 2 extra beds are possible in Apartment units. Rates Extra

Apartments are available for Big Families of up to 16 persons. Rent a floor

Apartment available for a minimum of 2 nights with check in/out on any day

Daily cleaning and change of Towels

Children and Extra Beds
0 – 1.99 years Free of charge using existing beds
2 – 5.99 years CHF 20 per night with Extra Bed
6 – 11.99 years CHF 40 per night with Extra Bed
12 – 15.99 years CHF 55 per night with Extra Bed
16 years and above CHF 65 per night with Extra Bed

Please Note

Extra beds are possible only in room category Eiger.

Maximum no. of extra beds/child cot permitted are :- 1 in room & 2 in Apartment




Bar, Newspapers, Terrace, Family rooms, Lift/elevator, Safety deposit box, Heating, Luggage storage, Ski storage, All rooms and public/private spaces non-smoking, Sun terrace.


Golf course (within 3 km), Hiking, Cycling, Mini golf, indoor and outdoor climbing, Indoor and outdoor swimming, rafting, canoeing, paragliding, sighting, guided excursions, troti biking, mountain biking, Ski school. Skiing, sledding, indoor ice skating, snow shoe hiking, glacier hiking, Closest ski Piste (distance) 20m.


Room Service, Laundry, Ironing Service, Currency exchange, Packed lunches, Fax/photocopying, Ski-to-door access


It’s free! WiFi in public areas and hotel rooms will be provided for free.


Free parking is possible on site.

Policies of Hotel Residence

  • Check-in14:00 – 20:00 hours
  • Check-out08:00 – 11:00 hours


  • Pets are allowed. Charges may be applicable.

Accepted credit cards

  • American Express, Visa, Euro/Master card, Diners Club, Maestro The hotel reserves the right to pre-authorise credit cards prior to arrival.


Destination – Grindelwald

Grindelwald, also known as The Eiger village is situated in the Bernese Oberland and is surrounded by a commanding mountainscape with the Eiger North Face and the Wetterhorn. Grindelwald – the largest ski resort in the Jungfrau region, is one of the most popular holiday and excursion destinations in Switzerland attracting visitors from all over Europe and the rest of World.

Destination – Grindelwald

The village is located at 1,034 m (3,392 ft) above sea level in the Bernese Alps.

Canton : Bern

District : Interlaken-Oberhasli

Population 3,796 (Dec 2011) Density 22 /km2 (57 /sq mi) Area 171.08 km2 (66.05 sq mi)

Surrounded by Brienz, Brienzwiler, Fieschertal (VS), Guttannen, Innertkirchen, Interlaken, Iseltwald, Lauterbrunnen, Lütschental, Meiringen, Bönigen



Jungfraujoch Top-of-Europe–snow and ice are guaranteed all year round on the “Top of Europe” at 3454 m, the ultimate excursion destination in the Bernese Oberland. Access to high Alpine wonderland may be gained via train services from Grindelwald which take you, via Kleine-Scheidegg to Jungfraujoch, the highest altitude railway station in Europe.

First (2168 m) – over 100 km of hiking trails as well as 500 km of ski pistes and a toboggan run can be found on the south-facing, not overly steep First slope.

Eiger north face –one of the most spectacular and difficult faces to climb in the world; successfully climbed for the first time in 1938.

Eiger Trail – mountain tour imparting an ‘Alpinist’ feel: starting from the Eiger glacier station, the route sticks closely to the rock along the foot of the Eiger north face and leads down to Alpiglen.

Gletscherschlucht (Glacier Gorge) – at the of Grindelwald village lies the wildly romantic, thunderous glacier gorge with its glacial mills and striations as well as the pink and green marble blocks, through which a path leads over man-made footbridges and through rock galleries and tunnels.

Männlichen (2229 m) – gentle walking and winter sports terrain with a link to the nearby kleine scheidegg and with the perfect panorama across the Eiger, Mönch and Jungfrau.

Pfingstegg – at 1391m is the lookout post of Grindelwald and offers a unique vista across the valley floor.


World Snow Festival – during the course of a week, every January, Swiss and international teams of artists hew and construct figures and sculptures from metre-high snow blocks that have been provided.

International Ski World Cup – Lauberhorn (January)

“Velogemel” World Championship – every year in February, a world championship on snow bikes takes place in Grindelwald, a speciality of Grindelwald .

Snowpenair – Snow Openair, always held at the end of the winter season on the Kleine-Scheidegg (March).

Landart Festival – lived works of art are placed on the landscape using natural, local materials (June).

Spring Mountain Festival – held annually on the Männlichen near Berghaus, with dances in traditional costumes, folk music and flag throwers (June/July).


The two ski regions of First and KleineScheidegg – Männlichen – Wengen offer 213 kilometres of pistes with around 30 lifts reaching up to an altitude of 2500 m. The Schilthorn near Mürren, also part of the Jungfrau region ski arena, even reaches 2971 metres. But the most spectacular piste of the region is without doubt the Lauberhornpiste near Wengen, popularised by the World Cup .

Choose from more than 100 kilometres of winter walking trails with views across seven four-thousand-metre peaks and majestic glaciers, as well as 60 km of toboggan runs, including, at 15 km, one of the longest toboggan runs in the Alps from the Faulhorn into the valley. Naturally Grindelwald also has many further winter sports on offer.


There are 500 km of walking trails around Grindelwald. The high-altitude walk from Grindelwald-First along the Bachalpsee to the Faulhorn mountain hotel and then on to the Schynige Platte ranks among the most beautiful hikes of the region. An easy walk with fantastic views of the three, world-famous mountains of the Eiger, Mönch and Jungfrau leads from the Männlichen up onto the KleineScheidegg.