Hotel Hoheneck - Short Break

Hotel Hoheneck is just a short bus ride away from the "Mountain of Angels" in Engelberg, this charming, modern hotel sit a t the heart of Engelberg hig up in the Swiss Alps.

This fun, friendly hotel is known for its great atmosphere with its lively bar and lounge offering live music most nights - perfect for après ski enthusiasts. For those who fancy a quieter evening the hotel also boasts a sauna. 

  • WiFi
  • Sauna
  • Bar
Guide price
£765pp
  • Scheduled flights
  • Accommodation
  • Transfer
  • 5 January 2022
  • 4 Nights
  • Hotel - Bed & Breakfast
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Bedrooms

The hotel has a total of 47 rooms and 95 beds spread across four floors.

The rooms range from single, double, triple and four bed rooms. We also have rooms with interconnecting doors – perfect for families. 

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Resort details

Engelberg

Just 1 hour and 30 minutes from Zürich airport, the historic village of Engelberg is a hidden gem of a ski resort. Easy to reach and perfect for a weekend away, visitors can enjoy access to 2,000 acres of pisted terrain connected by 26 lifts. Surrounded by impressive 3,000m high peaks and the 3,020m high Titlis glacier; this picturesque town’s situation in a valley makes for world-class panoramic views. ‘Welcome to Heaven!’ is Engelberg’s English slogan — appropriate enough for a resort whose name translates literally as ‘Mountain of the Angels’.

Engelberg is certainly no arriviste in the ski resort stakes. The village was founded centuries ago by Benedictine monks and the monastery, which also functions as a school, still dominates one end of the town. British visitors have been coming here for winter sports since the early part of the last century and consequently, they continue to enjoy great respect from the locals, many of whom speak our language well. In recent years, the number of visitors has been on the increase as this hidden gem of a ski resort has once again found itself on the discerning skier’s map.

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