Swiss Deluxe Hotels
Swiss Deluxe Hotels has two new members: The Alpina Gstaad and The Chedi Andermatt were unanimously elected at the General Meeting in Zermatt. The Swiss Deluxe Hotels are now 41 in number - the association of Switzerland's most exclusive luxury hotels admitted two new member hotels at its General Meeting on Monday, 22 June 2015. The Alpina Gstaad and The Chedi in Andermatt were unanimously elected new Swiss Deluxe Hotels by the 39 existing members.
The association of Swiss Deluxe Hotels (SDH) was founded in 1934 and comprises 41 of the most renowned five-star hotels in Switzerland including The Dolder Grand and the Baur au Lac in Zurich, the Victoria-Jungfrau Grand Hotel & Spa in Interlaken, the Gstaad Palace and Beau-Rivage in Geneva, Badrutt’s Palace Hotel and Suvretta House in St. Moritz and the Castello del Sole in Ascona. They are all synonymous with the Swiss luxury hotel industry and have helped to build its reputation over almost two centuries. With a total of 4,500 rooms and suites and around 9,200 beds, the group accounts for over 40% of the five-star capacity in Switzerland. SDH is thus the most important association in this sector and has for many decades played the leading role in the Swiss luxury hotel industry. The name “Swiss Deluxe Hotels” denotes exclusive quality and the highest standards. The personal service is unique: more than 5,500 employees ensure the well-being of a clientele also accustomed to luxury when it comes to service. The group records a total of around 851,000 guest nights per year. In 2014, annual sales amounted to about CHF 1.42 billion.