Grand Resort Bad Ragaz          

 Bad Ragaz CH-7310 Bad Ragaz (Liechtenstein - 24 km) − Switzerland

Member of Leading Hotels of the World

Our world-renowned. 5* luxury hotel & resort allows you to immerse yourself in a world of peace and relaxation. Surrounded by nature, rest and relaxation are yours for the taking. Restore yourself to your greatest strength and vitality at Grand Resort Bad Ragaz

The Quellenhof and Spa Suites Building, the Hof Building and the Palais Ragaz.

Grand Resort Bad Ragaz

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The Leading Wellbeing & Medical Health Resort in Europe

At the heart of our luxury hotel’s philosophy is a centuries-old tradition of bathing and healing. The result of this is a unique offering; our own thermal spring and the pure indulgence of a five star luxury resort.

As a 5 star spa and wellness hotel in Bad Ragaz, we are a place of inspiration, versatile and exciting. With our offer consisting of medical expertise and holistic wellness offers, you will find new energy and vitality. First-class restaurants, bars, a sushi takeaway and different bistros offer the perfect meal or snack for every event. Numerous cultural events, concerts, two golf courses, different meeting and event rooms, a public thermal spa as well as a casino make your stay an unforgettable experience.

Bad Ragaz has stood for bathing tradition, wonderful natural surroundings, fresh mountain air, optimal relaxation and a wide range of sports activities for centuries.

Bad Ragaz has stood for bathing tradition, wonderful natural surroundings, fresh mountain air, optimal relaxation and a wide range of sports activities for centuries. The Palais Bad Ragaz, with its princely elegance, exquisite restaurants and unique charm, is located at this world-renowned spa resort – a tribute to wellbeing and the healing power of thermal water.

Spend a night in historic elegance

The listed palace building dates from the 18th century and is therefore the oldest building of the Grand Resort Bad Ragaz. Already in 1774 Abbot Benedikt Bochsler built the then governor's office in Ragaz. Today the preserved wing "Palais" houses magnificent rooms and suites as well as the restaurants IGNIV by Andreas Caminada and the charming Zollstube.

The emergence of the Hotel Palais Bad Ragaz

A jewel of baroque architecture

Our present Boutique Hotel Palais Bad Ragaz was already built in the last quarter of the 18th century. Abbot Benedikt Boxler had the opulent Palais Hof Ragaz built in 1774. Before the impressive building with its late-baroque flourishes became an exclusive hotel, it served as the governor’s offices of the Pfäfers monastery until the monastery was closed in 1838. When wooden pipelines were built in 1840 to transport the spring water from the nearby Tamina Gorge to Bad Ragaz, the town quickly attracted attention and attracted spa guests from all over the world to Bad Ragaz. Today, the Hotel Palais Bad Ragaz is one of the most beautiful boutique hotels not only in Switzerland, but in the whole world.

From the governor's offices to a boutique hotel

In 1841, Felix Wilhelm Kubly transformed the governor’s offices into an exclusive hotel. Later renovations, on the ground floor resulted in lasting changes to the original structure; for example, the dining room that Kubly created was replaced by a modern hall. From the outside, however, the building seems practically untouched. The Palais was fully restored by Thermalbäder und Grand-Hotels AG in 1976.

Breathtaking splendour in the Music Salon

With its truly princely atmosphere, the dazzling restored music salon offers visitors to the Palais a glimpse into all its earlier splendour and luxury. The wide room, which is suffused with natural light, is dominated by the yellow stucco marble wall panels, which draw the eye up to the intricately decorated ceilings.

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Train Station: Bad Ragaz Station (1 Km.)

Airport: Zurich International Airport (110 Kms.)

From Zurich: Take A3 towards Bad Ragaz Nord, Fläsch, then exit Bad Ragaz, Centre and follow the signs to the hotel.

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