By Roger Cox, Editor
A member of the Leading Small Hotels of the World, the Waldhaus Flims dates to 1877, making it the oldest and grandest of the three hotels (the others are the Hotel Belmont and Villa Silvana) grouped around a pavilion in a parklike setting in the Swiss Alps, 137 km (85 miles) southeast of Zurich. Covered walkways and underground passages connect the four structures and a collection of amenities, including a spa, curling hall, restaurants and bars, a petting zoo, a museum, and a kids camp.
Tennis consists of two outdoor red-clay courts. Peter Burwash International staffs the summer program (mid June-mid September), offering game matching, clinics, and a free 30-minute hitting session with the pro as well as private lessons.
If you're looking for other resorts resorts in this region, check out our Tennis Map of Europe.
There are three hotels on property: The Waldhaus Grand Hotel, the Hotel Belmont, and Villa Silvana. The following ranges of rates across the three options are for double rooms and various-sized suites and include daily breakfast. Single occupancy rates are also available, as is half-board. Prices quoted in Swiss francs (CHF).
Visit the website for current rates
General Tourist Information. For general information about travel to Switzerland, check out the Swiss National Tourist Office website.
©2017 Roger Cox
This is your opportunity to rate and review the resorts and camps you've visited. As material comes in I'll post it here, so you can read what others think.
So far, I haven't received any written feedback on Waldhaus Flims Mountain Resort & Spa. If you've taken a tennis vacation there, I'd like to hear your reactions.
©2017 Roger Cox