Topics :: Switzerland
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Switzlerland’s long tradition of LGBT heritage comes to the forefront at Zurich’s annual Pride celebration.
The third installment in a four-part series, EDGE’s travel editor Matthew Wexler scopes out 12 months of adventure, relaxation and surprises for the LGBT jet setter.
Gstaad, the idyllic ski-centric village in southwest Switzerland, welcomes its first 5-star property in more than a century. The Alpina Gstaad represents class Swiss design tradition combined with a modern aesthetic.
The historic Hotel Schweizerhof in Bern, which has been re-planned and refurbished by MKV Design, has won Best Hotel Interior Europe and Best Hotel Interior Switzerland in the International Hotel Awards 2012.
From its beginning eight years ago in New York, MEGU has been expanding to leading capitals around the world. In 2004, MEGU New York opened at 62 Thomas Street in New York’s Tribeca neighborhood.
A certain kind of traveler’s bucket list may include in-flight indiscretions and wayward glances, but the mile-high club that I’ve been dreaming about involves a flatbed seat and real silverware.
If Switzerland is in your vacation plans this winter, but lift passes are stretching the budget, Badrutt’s Palace Hotel has the solution.
In a village with more than its share of elegant and cozy chalets, The Alpina Gstaad stands out: it’s the first totally new luxury hotel to open in this Alpine village in 100 years.
Arosa Gay Ski Week, Europe’s favourite Ski Pride Festival will takes place from 6th to 13th January 2013. It’s a lively, colorful week, supported by Arosa and Swiss tourist offices.
In September 2012, Marcus G. Lindner will take on the role of Executive Chef for The Alpina Gstaad, the first luxury hotel to be built in 100 years in the charming alpine village of Gstaad.
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