Historical hotels & castles
Go back in time at one of our historic hotels
Wake up like a queen in wooden king-size bed and take in the view from your window over the colorful garden. Staying in a historic hotel can be an unforgettable experience. With Hotelcard you can now enjoy this at dozens of hotels in Switzerland and neighboring countries for up to 50% less.
Discover the great selection of our historic hotels & castles. Our hotel portfolio ranges from a magnificent grand hotel in the mountains to a medieval monastery. Treat yourself to a stay behind the historic walls of a castle where a royal family once resided and immerse yourself in the past.
The historical authenticity and architecture make the buildings so unique. The hotels have been carefully renovated to immerse guests in days gone by. Thanks to Hotelcard you save 30-50% and experience an unforgettable stay.
Our historic houses and castles combine the unique charm of the past with unmistakable hospitality, which has been passed down from generation to generation for several decades or even centuries. We hope you enjoy your journey through time in Switzerland's most stunning historic hotels.
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Hotelcard has been promoting the Swiss hotel industry for 10 years: While participating partner hotels increase their occupancy rates during off-peak periods, Hotelcard members benefit from exclusive rates. Simple and original, a win-win model for everyone.
What our members say
Discover new places far away from mass tourism
"Since I own a Hotelcard, we go on excursions much more often again and treat ourselves to the small luxury of an overnight stay in a hotel. Switzerland has so many exciting corners and with Hotelcard, we are always discovering new destinations far away from mass tourism.”
Sandra & Giuseppe
A great thing for hotels
“As a hotelier, I appreciate the model. Unlike other booking portals, Hotelcard does not take commission on bookings. Hotelcard members are welcome guests at our hotel and are a real asset, especially in the low season”