White mountains and snowy footpaths, the aroma of cinnamon in the air, hot chocolate by the fire, a glass of mulled wine and a warm heart – that’s Christmas – the festival for all the senses.
Celebrate the festive period in the Swiss mountains and enjoy the wintery scene in good company – Christmas among friends – Christmas at Sunstar.
Go skiing in Wengen with panoramic views of the three peaks of the Eiger, Mönch and Jungfrau, or sledging on the Fox Run alongside the Lauberhorn ski run, go for a winter walk or cross-country skiing on the 20 km of prepared tracks, or simply enjoy the stunning views of the Jungfraujoch. Thanks to the central location of the Sunstar Hotel Wengen, right opposite the Männlichen cable-car, the family-friendly skiing area is very easy to get to.
In Grindelwald you can enjoy 214 km of ski slopes, 80 km of footpaths and 17 km of cross-country tracks, all easily accessible via 45 lifts and mountain railways. Or sledge down the longest sledging run in the Alps, 15 km from the Faulhorn over the Bussalp to Grindelwald! Sports equipment can be hired from the in-house sports shop at the Sunstar Hotel Grindelwald.
Christmas time in the mountains of Graubünden means skiing on the 307 km of pistes in the Davos-Klosters skiing area, going on a ski safari, sledging on the Madrisa – the family-friendly mountain – or joining a torchlit walk with views of snow-covered Klosters by night. The Sunstar Hotel Davos is 100% a ski hotel, and even has its own ski shop.
Arosa-Lenzerheide, the biggest continuous winter sports area in Graubünden, has a lot to offer: numerous winter footpaths, 82 km of cross-country skiing tracks, sledging runs to suit everyone, 225 km of ski slopes and multiple opportunities for ice skating.
Spend some peaceful days over Christmas at the Sunstar hotels in car-free Saas-Fee or Zermatt. Thanks to the sunny location of the Saas-Fee skiing area at 3600 m, you can enjoy some wonderful days on the pistes or in the freestyle parks.
In Zermatt, too, at the foot of the Matterhorn, there are countless options: skiing, snowboarding, hiking on 70 km of winter footpaths, ice climbing, curling, snowshoe walking or even paragliding!