Planning a trip to Wengen but you’re not sure where to stay in the village? You’ve come to the right place because this detailed guide will tell you about all the best hotels in Wengen, Switzerland!
I’ve put together this list to include everything from budget hotels to high-end accommodation options. There are no proper 5-star hotels in the car-free village of Wengen, but there are plenty that offer fabulous rooms and a service that’s exceptionally close to that of a 5-star hotel. Keep reading to find out what the best hotels in Wengen are and book your next stay!
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Our Top Picks For Hotels in Wengen
A 2-star hotel isn’t a terrible place to stay in Wengen, especially if you’re on a tighter budget. Hotel Edelweiss is near the train station in Wengen and even closer to the cable car station, so it’s a good option for travelers who are prioritizing the hotel location over other amenities. The Edelweiss has an on-site restaurant and a sauna, and that’s it for hotel services.
The nightly rates start at 90 CHF per person for a single room with breakfast included. Double and triple rooms are a little more expensive, but they’re still pretty cheap compared to the better hotels in Wengen.
This hotel has 25 rooms total, and all of them are equipped with a TV, a safe, WiFi, and an en-suite bathroom. Some rooms are connected with doors, and these are great for families who need lots of space.
Alpine Hotel Wengen
Alpine Hotel Wengen is very close to the Wengen railway station, so it’s an excellent option for travelers who want to be able to get around easily, without doing too much walking. The Wengen-Männlichen gondola is practically in front of the hotel, and it’s worth noting that this gondola can take you all the way to Grindelwald.
This is a 4-star hotel with single, double, and duplex rooms. Whether you’re a solo traveler or a couple with kids, this hotel will have a couple of great accommodation options for you. The hotel room prices start at 90 CHF for a single room and 126 CHF for a budget double room and around 315 CHF for the duplex family room.
It’s worth noting that these are the prices for non-refundable accommodation only; if you want a refundable reservation it will be slightly more expensive, and there are further charges for breakfast and half board options.
This hotel boasts an indoor pool, a sauna, a hammam, and a treatment room, making it a good option for travelers who prefer hotels with lots of extra amenities and services.
Hotel Schoenegg is a 3-star hotel in Wengen, but you wouldn’t guess it if you only looked at the prices of rooms. Single rooms are the cheapest and they go for around 130 CHF per night, for a non-refundable reservation with breakfast. There’s an extra charge to make a refundable reservation, a nightly fee for a dog, and an extra charge for half-board accommodation.
This hotel has the option of suites and a penthouse apartment, so it’s a good option for larger groups of travelers. The hotel rooms are beautifully decorated but they’re not precisely modern; they still feature some of the old Swiss charm, making this a rather unique hotel in Wengen.
The amenities are most likely why the hotel has only a 3-star rating, despite the 5-star rooms. Hotel Schoenegg has a restaurant, a bar, a sun terrace, a massage room, and a sauna, but no pool or gym.
Beausite Park Hotel Wengen
Beausite Park Hotel Wengen is a great place to stay if you want to be further away from the crowds. This hotel boasts very quiet surroundings thanks to the idyllic location at the top of the Wengiboden baby lift. It’s also very close to the ski slopes, so it’s an excellent hotel for all skiers in Wengen.
In fact, if you’re learning to ski or traveling with kids who are learning, you’ll be glad to know that there’s a ski school very close to the hotel. It’s great for beginners, and that includes adults who are just starting to become confident on the slopes.
This hotel boasts a wide variety of room options, from budget double rooms to family suites and apartments. It’s got a swimming pool, a sauna area, an outdoor swimming pond, and a bunch of other amenities that justify its 4-star rating. The cheapest rooms are around 250 CHF per night (for two adults), and that’s only outside the peak season in the car-free village. This is generally one of the pricier hotels in Wengen, but it’s worth it if you’re looking for a high-end place to stay.
Hotel Bellevue Wengen
Hotel Bellevue is a 3-star hotel west of the central village area, away from the crowds. It’s closer to the Wengenwald train station than the one in proper Wengen village and because of the more remote location, it boasts one of the best views in the village.
The single rooms at this hotel start at some 90 CHF per night, and it’s worth noting that there is a 2-night minimum stay. Double rooms are reasonably priced, plus you should know that the Romantic Junior Suite is the only room that can be booked for just one night.
This hotel has an on-site restaurant/bar, as well as an outdoor whirlpool with fabulous panoramic views of the Jungfrau. The whirlpool water temperature is 38-40 °C in the winter, allowing for perfectly comfortable hot tub sessions even when your surroundings are covered with fresh snow. The temperature of the water is lower in the summer, for comfortable soaking year-round.
Hotel Alpenrose Wengen
The Alpenrose is a 3-star hotel close to the train station in Wengen. It’s one of the oldest hotels in the village, with a tradition of some 140 years. As a result of such a long history, the rooms are a touch outdated, so it’s not the perfect hotel for travelers who prefer modern furnishings. But if you want to experience this part of Swiss history, the Alpenrose in Wengen is a good place to stay.
Single rooms at this hotel start at 125 CHF and double rooms at 205 CHF. This nightly rate includes breakfast and if you want dinner included in the rate as well, it’s another 20 CHF per person. The hotel has a bar and a restaurant, but no other facilities at the guests’ disposal. Many travelers have praised the staff as highly professional.
Maya Caprice Boutique Hotel & Spa
Maya Caprice Boutique Hotel & Spa is one of the fancier hotels in Wengen, so a good option for travelers who prefer to stay in luxury hotels. It’s an excellent 4-star hotel with beautiful modern rooms and suites. The double rooms at this hotel start at 235 CHF, and you can pay more than 500 CHF for a night in their two-bedroom suite.
All the rooms feature a view of either the village of Wengen or the Alps. This hotel lacks a proper pool, but it does have a whirlpool, a sauna, a Kneipp pool for hydrotherapy, a gym, and a massage therapy studio. Maya Caprice Hotel also boasts two restaurants and a bar, as well as a beautiful roof terrace with spectacular panoramic mountain views.
This hotel is situated in the heart of the village, just minutes away from the train station. It’s close to many restaurants and bars in the village, and it’s a good option for travelers who prefer to be in the center of action during their stays.
Hotel Regina is situated in the central Wengen area, mere steps away from the railway station. It’s a 4-star hotel with single rooms, double rooms, and suites, as well as a spa center and several on-site restaurants. The spa center features a sauna, a steam bath, and a massage room. There’s no swimming pool at this hotel, so keep that in mind.
Single rooms at Hotel Regina start at 160 CHF per night, and the rate includes breakfast. Double rooms are from 235 CHF up to 920 CHF for one of the more luxurious hotel suites. It’s worth noting that the hotel offers discounts of up to 20% if you book directly on their website, which is a better rate than you’ll get anywhere else.
Hotel Bären is one of the best hotels in Wengen for families with kids. It has a playroom and a playground for the youngest visitors, plus the family rooms will often include plushies and toys for the little ones.
Also, this is one of a few hotels in Wengen that has several larger rooms that are perfect for families, as opposed to focusing on single and double rooms for backpackers. The hotel rooms are also quite unique, with personal touches in the form of plushies, colorful bedding, and various other decorations.
There are no single rooms at this hotel, but the double rooms start at approximately 225 CHF. Solo travelers can get cheaper rates for double rooms, and it’s worth noting that breakfast is included with every single reservation at this Wengen hotel.
Alpenruhe Wengen – Vintage Design Hotel
The Alpehruhe is an excellent option for solo travelers and couples. The hotel has 24 rooms that can accommodate up to 45 guests, so it’s one of Wengen’s smaller hotels. The rooms are reasonably priced, starting at approximately 97 CHF for a single room and 157 CHF for a double, with breakfast included in that price.
The hotel’s most expensive room has a rate of 237 CHF per night, which is remarkably affordable compared to other hotels in Wengen. This room is situated on the top floor of the Alpenruhe, and it offers sweeping views of the Lauterbrunnen Valley, the Bernese Alps, and the Jungfrau.
What’s special about Alpenruhe is that they worked with the best Swiss furniture makers and graphic designers to create their gorgeous rooms.
Map of Hotels in Wengen
Frequently Asked Questions
What is the usual price range for Wengen hotels?
The average price of a room for two in Wengen is around 150 CHF. The cheapest hotels offer single rooms for some 90 CHF, and the prices for triple rooms, suites, and apartments, can be more than 900 CHF per night.
Which hotels in Wengen have the best views?
The hotels that are outside the village center and situated higher up in the hills will offer the best scenic views. Hotel Bellevue boasts one of the prettiest views of Jungfrau, while Alpenruhe Wengen offers panoramic vistas of the Lauterbrunnen Valley, the Bernese Alps, and the Jungfrau.
What are the best family hotels in Wengen?
The best hotels for families in the village of Wengen are Hotel Bären and Hotel Regina with large rooms and family suites. Hotel Bären even offers a playroom and playground for children, as well as plushies in the rooms.