Switzerland’s 7132 Hotel could just about be the ultimate secluded getaway. It’s described as both the “art of luxury,” and a unique experience for the mind, body and senses. The hotel resembles the ultra-modern, yet sophisticated European retreats found in the recent Bond films. Before 007 puts bullets in the plaster work.
This Swiss mountain retreat is home to award-winning thermal baths, complemented by the acclaimed architecture of Peter Zumthor. The baths are detailed with 60,000 slabs of Vals quartzite. The highly mineralised water comes straight from St. Peter’s spring at a pleasant 30° Celsius. It’s an especially relaxing break if after the baths you enjoy a revitalising treatment at the day spa. The service is attentive yet never intrusive.
When booking accommodation, guests can opt for comfortable standard rooms or spa suites, but it’s the top floor penthouses where the real party happens. Designed by Japanese architect Kengo Kuma, the suites offer impressively simple elegance, breathtaking views and luxurious privacy. Helicopter and limousine transfers are included.
For dining, 7132 Hotel has more restaurants than one could experience in a single visit. 7132 Silver’s menu bears the signature of Head Chef Mitja Birlo. He presents creative and modern cuisine based on the natural flavours of seasonal ingredients which, when combined cleverly, produce an unexpected and intense gourmet experience.
At 7132 Red, Chef Ulf Bladt and Restaurant Manager Andrea Orgiu make your culinary wishes come true à la carte. 7132 DAPAPÀ offers authentic Italian style through house-made pizza and salumi, complemented by Italian hospitality. Glenn’s is a genuine and approachable option. Offering honest cooking and tasty burgers, Glenn’s is your more casual offering.
For drinks, Blue Bar offers a chilled atmosphere. Enjoy a snack, apéritif or digéstif, accompanied by live original New York jazz on the Steinway concert grand piano.
The business-focused can take advantage of the fully equipped meeting rooms with state-of-the-art infrastructure and plenty of natural light. The extra motivational kick is your colleagues can experience the fine dining, thermal baths or touring the surrounding archaic alpine world.
What’s most appealing about this Swiss retreat is the escape. The chance to switch off and have some time to yourself. 7132 Hotel is an experience that’s likely to stay with you long after you’ve returned home.