Hotel Terrace, Engelberg

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Location - where is Hotel Terrace

· 5 minutes' walk from resort centre · 10 minutes' shuttle to lift and ski school meet point

Overview - hotel description - Hotel Terrace description

The Hotel Terrace is a hotel which prides itself in supporting the adventure and activity of your ski break with a comfortable, attractive and restful place to stay. And it's a good place to be - the hotel is south-facing and stands on the mountainside facing towards the Titlis glacier, with a range of restaurants and facilities to fill your day. Unexpectedly you can find Indian cuisine on the menu in one restaurant as well as the more expected and equally delicious fondue also on offer here.

In h hotel itself relaxation is provided in the shape of a sauna and a steam room, however resort isn’t far away. A lift connects your quickly and conveniently with the resort centre and its Victorian style buildings which house the shops and bars you’d expect in a mountain town.

Facilities - Hotel Terrace features

• Portico bar & lounge • Piazza bar • sauna • steam room • ski storage room • children's playroom (unsupervised) • pre check-in and post check-out storage • free WiFi • 170 rooms

Room Types - bathrooms beds & sleeping

for two people sharing a double room with shower and WC. Superior rooms, Triple rooms and south-facing mountain view rooms with balcony are available at a supplement. Every room has a free safe, 32" flat screen TV (with radio) and telephone as standard.

Meals - food and drink in Hotel Terrace

• continental breakfast • evening meal is a 3-course buffet served from 6.30-9.00pm in Belle Epoque restaurant • Cave cheese cellar fondue restaurant (at a supplement) • Chandra Indian restaurant

We update Hotel Terrace's details often, but facilities do change. e.g. some extras listed by the supplier as "free" or included might only be for the first time you use them, or for one time per party, then charged for further use. If any specific feature is essential to your holiday, make sure you ask us to confirm the details of it before you book your holiday.

Resort - about Engelberg - about holidays in Engelberg - about ski holidays in Engelberg - about ski holidays in Engelberg Switzerland

2000m vertical Glacier skiing Historic town Snow sure

Having seen over a hundred years of ski tourism, Engelberg’s an old hand at making ski holidays amazing. From children’s slopes to out-of-this-world freeride tours and Lake Lucerne day trips for non-skiers – it’s hard to find someone this place doesn’t cater for.

Beginner Intermediate Advanced Snowboard

Great for Ski touring Non-skiers Cross country

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Approx. airport transfer times depend on conditions:

Zürich Airport (ZRH)90km, 1h40 drive or 2h train
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Engelberg lift pass price last reported as 296 CHF (adult 6 day). Ask for a quote when booking Hotel Terrace.
Night skiing: Yes
Engelberg has N facing slopes.
Usually open for skiing October - May.

Town altitude: 1050m
Top of slopes: 3020m
Bottom of piste: 1050m
Vertical drop: 2000m
Total length of trails:82km
Longest piste:12km
This is Central Switzerland’s main holiday destination – in the summer for its hiking trails and golf, and in the winter for incredible downhill and cross country terrain. It’s swimming in history – the Benedictine monastery built in 1120 is still used today, its monks playing an important part in town life just as their predecessors did in years gone by. Visitors started flocking here for the scenery in the 18th century, with the Titlis mountain first being climbed in 1744. The 19th century saw Engelbe...
There are ski resorts on both sides of the town, with Titlis, Jochpass and Bannalp on one side and Brunni on the other. Red run skiers and snowboarders are the best served in the Titlis area, with shorter pistes up on the glacier – well worth the lift commute for the views and excellent snow. More intermediate skiing can be found between Stand and Trubsee, and down from the Jochstock at 2564m. Families will love roaming the 6 blues and red of the Bannalp area and the easy skiing at Gerschnialp which ha...
Yucatan’s got one of the biggest après ski scenes here, with drinks, music and dancing on tables once the slopes close. Chalet at the TITLIS Talstation has DJ’s and bands playing from 3pm and Hoheneck Bar’s live music starts up the party atmosphere on the main street. For something really cool… the Igloo Bar serves all kinds of tipples with deckchairs looking out over the peaks. From fondue at the Alpenclub to curries at the Spice Bazaar and pizzas at Al Monastero – there are plenty of options when it...

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