Tschuggen Grand Hotel
Arosa was transformed from a spa resort to a winter sports resort, and the Tschuggen was transformed from a sanatorium to a grand hotel. The most important milestones in the history of the first member of the Tschuggen Hotel Group:
Siblings Otto and Marie Herwig opened the Berghilf Sanatorium on the site of today's Tschuggen Grand Hotel.
The sanatorium was transformed into the Tschuggen Grand Hotel for winter sports enthusiasts.
A major fire laid the entire Tschuggen Grand Hotel, which was closed for the off-season, to waste. Fortunately nobody was injured.
The Tschuggen reopened after four years of reconstruction.
The Kipp-Bechtolsheimer family acquired the Tschuggen Grand Hotel and established the Tschuggen Hotel Group.
After two-and-a-half years’ construction work, the Tschuggen Bergoase, a spa paradise on 5000 m2 designed by Mario Botta, opened.
The Tschuggen Express, the hotel's own mountain railway to transport guests directly to Arosa’s skiing and hiking area, became operational.