Finding an ideal family-friendly hotel in Crans-Montana does not have to be difficult. Welcome to Grand Hotel du Parc, a nice option for travellers like you.
Grand Hotel du Parc is a family-friendly hotel offering a minibar in the rooms, and it is easy to stay connected during your stay as free wifi is offered to guests.
The hotel features 24 hour front desk, room service, and newspaper. Plus, guests can enjoy a sauna and a lounge, which have made this a popular choice among travellers visiting Crans-Montana. For guests with a vehicle, free parking is available.
Travellers looking to enjoy some falafel can head to Burger Lounge. Otherwise, you may want to check out a Mediterranean restaurant such as Le Farinet, Pizzeria Ristorante Molino, Crans-Montana, or Le Michelangelo.
There is no shortage of things to do in the area: explore popular art museums such as Art'Collections Museum.
Grand Hotel du Parc looks forward to welcoming you on your visit to Crans-Montana.
Takes you back in time for a very clean and classy experience. Walkable to town and the slopes. The owner makes you feel at home. Great views for sunrise and sunset. Nice lobby to hang out with friends. A great drying room for ski gear.
My husband and I stayed at the Grand Hotel du Parc and had the best memorable experiences. The views of the Swiss alps you could see from anywhere inside of the hotel, for example ;from inside the big huge friendly living room with a piano; from the dining room; from the bed rooms. The staff were so friendly. The owner Marianne Bonvin Walscher a very hospitable lady, who made you feel as part of her family. We recommend this Grand du Parc Hotel very highly. The food served at the dining room was wonderful, and elegantly served.
I was there for a ski week end with a few friends of mine. I shared a 2 - person bedroom with another person, great view on the Alps from the window. However, I feel compelled to emphasise the smallness of the environment, including the bathroom, and its not so updated furnishing. Food, moreover, does have substantial room for improvement. Anyhow, position is good: 5 minutes on foot and you easily get to the cable car station.
We had a simply beautiful room, very spacious, comfy bed and pillows and a very large bathroom with tub! Mini fridge, hairdryer, everything you could want. We also had a balcony with great views. The only problem is no air conditioning which I understand is pretty standard. You have to open your windows or doors at night to let the cool air in and during the day you are just out of luck. The problem I had was our doors to the balcony were floor to ceiling and the balcony railing connecting to other rooms was plenty low enough to climb over, meaning I didn't get much rest for fear I would waken to someone standing in my room! Also it rained several times we were there and the cold wet night air made me very sick. But if you left the door shut your room became stifling with heat. Other than that we had a great experience. The hotel owner doesn't speak much English but there are others there who do. Download the google translate app - it is a great help! …
I stayed here as I was playing in the Omega European Masters. Unquestionably throughout my stay, the kindest member of staff was the dog... He/she barked at me twice. We had no shower in the room, just a bath. There was a strange stretch in the room also, like that of a sweaty bum. Breakfast was more uneventful than continental. My girlfriend went to the gym, she expected "primitive", as someone had written before, instead she got laughable. The area is beautiful and some rooms do look over the stunning valley. Ours however overlooked a tennis court that was older than Billie Jean King. And I paid €275 a night for all of this. Safe to say, I won't be staying here next year...
Spent new years here. A$500 per night felt very expensive but so is everything in Switzerland. Beds very comfortable and rooms comfortable, Views from all rooms, good breakfast and easy walk down the driveway into town. Amazing views of fireworks for new years eve. All up a good place to stay.
My family & I stayed here for one night on New Years Eve where we had also signed up for the dinner. This was a very expensive investment for myself & wife + daughter & boyfriend. However I figured its a one-off & that we were getting top notch accomodation & a themed NYE dinner. Wow was I wrong ................. first the positives ............. good location overlooking the focal point of the lake therefore great position to watch the fireworks later in the evening. Everything elso was a massive let down................ the hotel was in poor condition & was really dated. Desperately needs a massive face lift & modernisation. Staff hardly in a festive spirit & some were actually rude. Room was spacious enough but never ever a 4 star room. Thats goes for the hotel also. The biggest let down on top of the above was the very expensive NYE buffet dinner. Average at best WITH NO DECARATIONS OR ATTEMPT TO CREATE A PARTY ATMOSPHERE!!! Could have been any night of the year. Enough said ....... will never go back again. Vastly overpriced for what you get. Note: WIFI didnt work either.…
The hotel may not be as stylish as some other four star hotels in the region, but it was not overpriced, and the staff went out of their way to make sure we had a good stay. Considering there were 6 kids in total, this was not an easy feat, and included changing menus and rooms, fixing broken fixtures, etc quickly and with a smile Plus, views are fantastic, and while rooms do vary in size and comfort, ours was good. Yes, we had a very lovely time.
I have stayed one night in this hotel and I have to say that it is not a 4 star hotel but 2 star only. The rooms and the hall are in bad condition. You better walk in the bathroom with your eyes closed. The room is very small with squeaky beds. The breakfast in the morning is poor. The couple next to me asked the staff to put away and old rotten cheese that the saw on the tray. The sauna hours are 17-19h. The receptionist astonishingly unfriendly. Overall the hotel could be ok if you divide the price by 3 because the location is not bad and the view from the entrance is good. The hotel has its potential that is unfortunately not developed.
I stayed one night at the Grand Hotel du Parc in Crans Montana in August, 2013. The hotel shows itself to be a 4-star property, but it is not. My rating is a lower 3-star. I did not find the hotel to be grand, but closer to mediocre. On the positive side, the town and area are very nice. The town is on a plateau high above the Rhone River. The hotel is on a high point and has a very nice view to the south over the river valley to jagged mountains beyond. The site is at the end of a private drive so there is no traffic. The only vehicles belong to guests and employees or are delivery vehicles. Consequently, the setting is unusually quiet and my room was quiet also. The buffet breakfast was good and inexpensive. The room had an excellent balcony with a lounge chair and table, accessed through a sliding glass door. Internet access was free, but often slow. I did not have a car, but parking appeared adequate. There are several restaurants in town a short walk from the hotel. The room had a safe, but no tissues. The hotel is not air conditioned. The room was of ample size. The mattress was marginally comfortable. There were two chairs in the room, but they were not comfortable. Lighting was dim. The bath was compact with tiled walls and floor. The tub had a shower head on a flexible hose, but there was no curtain or glass screen so a real shower was not possible. The room was clean, but needed renovating and lacked any kind of character except for the view from the balcony. The room might best be described as spartan. It was inexpensive and was not worth any higher rate. The front desk staff was friendly, but a bit too informal. There was no hint of professionalism. Prior to my arrival I sent two emails with questions and neither was answered. I arrived by train from Geneva to the town of Sierre in the valley. Other than by car there are three ways to get up to Crans Montana from Sierre. There is a funicular that I did not use it because it's terminal was quite some distance from the hotel. Taxis are expensive. I took the Crans Montana bus from the train station which was inexpensive and took a little more than half an hour. The bus driver was helpful in identifying my stop and pointing the way to the hotel. The bus runs at 30-40 minute intervals and stops at the west end of the train station. With a car, the drive up the winding road should take about 15-20 minutes. I adjusted to the informal hotel mood and liked the quiet location. But I prefer a less dreary and more upscale experience and would look for alternatives should I return to this very pleasant town.…