Monday to Friday from 8.30am to 8.30pm
Saturday from 9am to 5pm
Sunday 9.30am to 12.30pm and 1.30pm to 5.30pm
Meiringen village is located in Haslital Valley in Switzerland whose highest peak is 2243 meters high. Thanks to its wide range of sports and leisure activities, Meiringen received the « Family Friendly » label. In Meiringen, tradition and culture have a very special place. Did you know that this is where the meringue receipt was created ?If you stay in Meiringen, you can get the chance to discover the village where the famous novel character Sherlock Holmes also died before coming back to life !
In winter, you can fully appreciate the Hasliberg ski area with its 60km of slopes. There are many activities to enjoy or experience apart from skiing such as cross-country skiing, snowshoeing or even sledging for the smaller ones. If you are looking for different sensations and you are a real nature lover, you can sign up for a visit of the the gorges of the glacier. What’s more ? Your accommodation in Meiringen is close to the village center, a very lively resort with many shops, bars and restaurants.
Summer is also a good time to discover Meiringen. The region is full of hiking tracks and cycling routes. Feeling more adventurous ? Try out the Swiss via ferrata and let yourself be amazed by the breathtaking landscapes.
SWISSPEAK resorts in Meiringen offers a very luxury settlement. The residence only opened in 2019, so you will be staying in a modern and authentic accommodation. Adults will love the sauna while the younger guests will have fun in the Kids Room or the Gaming Room. So what are you waiting for to experience a unique holiday in the meringue village ?
Your meringues! Meiringen is the cradle of the meringue. This dessert based on egg white and sugar keeps very well. You will find them in all colors and sizes. Attention that sticks to the teeth!
It is in Meiringen that the famous detective character Sherlock Holmes died before he was resurrected. A whole museum has been created to retrace the footsteps of this extraordinary novel character.
Visit the Aar Gorge, a river that has carved out 1.4 km of rock to create a gorge 200 meters deep. It is fascinating to realize the power of water!