Welcome to Belvedere, the ski break above the clouds you deserve !
The property Belvedere is a 500m walk from the Ski lifts of Leysin, offering cozy rooms for the perfect winter getaway and has an uninterrupted view of the mountains.
Once you have entered the building you will surprised with the openness and how spacious the architecture is.
You will be greeted at the reception area by our team and will be guided through the check in process.
When completed the check in you will take one of the elevators to the your floor where you can find your room.
You will enjoy your own room with a two single beds with an ensuite bathroom and the open floor balcony.
Longer stays than 7 days benefit of a weekly house keeping.
At the moment due to the pandemic we are not serving any food nor drinks in the residence. However the village center has lots to offer in terms of restaurants, coffee shops, snack places, the a coop for grocery shopping.
Parking is free in the outside parking of the building that has a capacity for 20 cars. Please note that its first come first served. Instructions can be provided upon request.
You will be welcomed personally in the reception area and you you will collect the keys to access your room.
Front desk is only available on request, our team answers all inquiries and messages 7 days a week until 22h00. If you need anything we are only one phone call away.
The Leysin ski resort is one of the finest ski domains within Switzerland. By staying in Leysin you will be able to enjoy this fantastic ski area without paying the inflated prices of other ski stations. Summer offers lots of activities including a vast variety of walks to suit all abilities and ages, mountain biking and climbing. All year round it is easy to visit other places such as Sion the capital of Valais, Montreux and the thermal baths of Saillon.”
Leysin, located on a terrace at an altitude of 1200 metres above sea level above Aigle in the lower Rhone Valley, in addition to affording fantastic views of the Rhone Plain, Mont Blanc, Dents du Midi and Diablerets is an attractive family holiday world.
Leysin at the foot of the Tour d’Aï which used because of its sun-rich and mild climate to be famous as a health resort for people with lung diseases since the fifties – Club Med opened a holiday club here in 1950 – has developed into an all-year holidary resort. The summer children’s activity programme offers treasure hunts, visits to a farm or cheese dairy. And the child-friendliness of the mountain transport facilities finds expression in their price structures.
The village in the Vaud Alps which is at the same altitude as Villars is accessible from Aigle by rack-railway (35-minute journey) or by car via Le Sepey. The excursion possibilities to the Lower Valais and Lake Geneva are varied: Aigle with its medieval castle and Wine and Vine Museum, the salt mines of Bex, a cruise on Lake Geneva, in Le Bouveret the Swiss Vapeur Parc for young railway enthusiasts and the Aquaparc.
The beautiful ski region with 17 lifts and a snowpark with a halfpipe, and ski tours and snow-shoe treks offer skiers and snowboarders ideal opportunities for enjoyment. And there is also a snow sport school, a lit cross-country skiing trail and toboggan run. Additional challenges for skiers and snowboarders are available in the «Glacier 3000» ski area at the Col du Pillon and Les Diablerets. In the small holiday resort of Les Mosses/La Lécherette a family-friendly ski region and lots of space for cross-country skiers awaits.
After racing down the icy slopes of the toboggan park in Leysin, you arrive in the Snow Village to warm up and to restore your strength. Like the toboggan park, it is open whenever the weather and snow conditions allow. You are welcome to come and enjoy a snack in our yurt. In the evening, if ordered in advance, the nostalgics in the Teepee Village can enjoy delicious salmon prepared Lapland-style, a good raclette melted cheese dish or a wapiti sirloin steak. On comfortable reindeer hides, partake in a unique experience in our igloos while enjoying a cheese fondue.
250 kilometres of hiking trails, mountain tours and interesting bike tours offer plenty of exercise in the open countryside. Mountaineers find several challenges in the precipitous chalk rock-faces which resemble the Dolomites. The difficult via ferrata at the Tour d’Aï is for experienced mountaineers only.
Nearby Aigle is home of the World-Cycling-Association (UCI). The bike tour through the valley of the Grande Eau down to Aigle to the hub of the cycling world requires a good set of brakes.
The Enzian Park with several medicinal plants is reminiscent of the days when the village was a health resort. The village museum and exhibition “La Fromagerie” cheese dairy convey some of the traditions of mountain and Alpine farming.