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360° views Inside and out…

Situated amid the pristine scenery of the Swiss Alps, and with stunning mountain views in every direction, The Cambrian offers the kind of location that tense desk huggers the world over spend their days dreaming about. Whether you're here for the unsurpassed skiing on the slopes of the Bernese Oberland, to fill your lungs with all that clear, snow-tinged air in the forests and cow-flecked pastures of the surrounding hillsides, or simply to indulge in the hotel's high-end dining or unwind in its award-winning spa, you're sure to leave Adelboden in a relaxed and rejuvenated state.

A better way to stay

Design Hotel Adelboden, Switzerland

We at The Cambrian passionately believe that during your stay, you should feel every bit as relaxed as you would in your own home. The Cambrian provides authentic local colour, cosmopolitan comfort and inspiring cuisine. It is sophisticated and reliable, and dedicated to providing its guests with unrivalled service. Explore, engage, enjoy, relax, restore and create experiences that will stay with you forever.

Our design philosophy.

When legendary tour operator Sir Henry Lunn arrived in Adelboden at the head of the first organized ski-tourism group to visit Switzerland in 1903, the hotel – then known as the Grand Hotel Regina – was already the premier address in the village. Originally built in the late 19th century to provide bed and board to early Alpine thrill-seekers, it continued to welcome rosy-cheeked, rösti-munching guests until new owners arrived with plans for the ultimate makeover. Out went the tired interiors and functional bedrooms and in came a brand-new, design-led look.

What’s in a name?

Renamed The Cambrian to reflect its owners' Welsh background – ‘Cambria’ is the Latin word for Wales – the hotel reopened its newly stylish doors in December 2007

"In the hospitality world, sometimes passion is even more important than expertise. It certainly was for Welshman and financier Grant Maunder, who transformed his deep love for a Swiss village into something magical."

Read the story of one of the originals behind the Cambrian

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