Grand Resort Bad Ragaz

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Surround your soul – and immerse yourself in a world of peace and relaxation at Europe’s leading wellbeing and medical health resort.

Nestled in a spectacular location, amidst the foothills of the Alps in Eastern Switzerland, the luxurious Grand Resort Bad Ragaz has been attracting those seeking wellbeing, relaxation and medical expertise for more than 150 years.
The resort, one of Switzerland’s best hotels for wellness, welcomes its guests in four hotels that unify five different styles. The five-star property Grand Hotel Quellenhof embodies the classically elegant style of an era long gone. The Spa Suites which form part of the Quellenhof, on the other hand, surprise with an ultra-modern and purist look. Traditional and comfortable but with modern influences best captures the essence of the Grand Hotel Hof Ragaz***** while the historic Palais Bad Ragaz (Member of Relais & Châteaux) radiates historic and princely charm.
The boutique hotel Schloss Wartenstein in nearby Pfäfers towers above the Tamina valley and offers stunning views of the resort, the famous wine region Bündner Herrschaft and the surrounding mountains. While the resort of the resort will remain open, the Grand Hotel Quellenhof will be closed for five months of complete renovations next year and will open once again in July 2019.
Covering almost 14,000 m2, the spa area offers an extraordinary and authentic spa experience at the Thermal Spa and the public Tamina Therme thermal bath. Medical guests will find excellent care and extraordinary expertise at the resort’s Medical Health Center and the rehabilitation Clinic Bad Ragaz. Two golf courses, several tennis courts, a Casino and a business and events center complete the on-site experience.

Healing Waters
At Grand Resort Bad Ragaz, it’s all about the water. The resort’s success story starts in 1242 when hunters discovered a body-warm thermal spring in the nearby Tamina gorge. The healing attributes of the clear, 36.5°C warm water gushing from deep within the rocks were soon recognized and those seeking health and wellbeing came from near and far to immerse themselves in the water.
600 years later, in 1840, a 4 km long pipe was built to connect the spring with Bad Ragaz and thus started the international fame of the village and the Grand Resort Bad Ragaz. Today, all eleven pools throughout the resort – from the baby pool at the newly opened Family Spa to the therapy bath at the Medical Health Center – are filled with the famous thermal water.
The healing waters are an essential element in many signature spa treatments such as the award-winning unique haki® treatments. Immersing oneself in the comfortably warm thermal water and letting it work its magic – what could be more relaxing. The medical experts of Bad Ragaz went one step further and even developed guidelines on how to bathe most effectively in the thermal water.

Diner’s delights
Decorated with one Michelin star and 58 GaultMillau points, the seven restaurants belonging to Grand Resort Bad Ragaz invite their guests to embark on a culinary journey – from the Mediterranean Sea to the Far East. The “IGNIV by Andreas Caminada” (1 Michelin Star & 17 GaultMillau points), surprises its guests with an innovative fine dining sharing concept. With a new restaurant concept by Sven Wassmer (2 Michelin Stars), the resort will turn into a culinary hot spot even more after the re-opening of the Quellenhof in 2019.

Grand Resort Bad Ragaz
Bernhard-Simonstrasse
7310 Bad Ragaz
Switzerland
Phone: +41 81 303 30 30
E-mail: reservation@resortragaz.ch
www.resortragaz.ch

Published: 24 October, 2018