Mountain concierge, roof terrace, lounge, free WiFi. In rooms: tablet loaded with magazines and local info (in German), flatscreen TV, Nespresso coffee machine, mini fridge with bottled water, blanket and bath products.
All rooms are equally stylish with the same psychedelic carpets, matte-black bathrooms and snugglesome velvet throws. Junior Suites are slightly larger at 40sq m and corner rooms have the most Christmassy views.
Come summer 2019, Hide will unveil a sparkling new spa. Therapists will soothe ski-worn muscles in two massage cabins (one built for two), yoga, Pilates and other classes will be held in the fully equipped gym, and – in true Swiss style – there’ll be a sauna, too.
You can pick up any forgotten winter-sports gear in Stenna, but save some francs by bringing your own salopettes, goggles and such. For maximum cosiness, bring fleecy pyjamas too. Brits – and all cuppa fans – might want to pack some Tetley’s: tea isn’t provided in your room.
The hotel is fully wheelchair accessible, with sizeable rooms and public spaces and a lift to all floors.
Very welcome; you might spy the manager’s snow-loving hound padding around reception. Dogs can stay in any room for CHF20 a night and they’ll get their own blanket and ball. See more pet-friendly hotels in Flims.
Children aged two and up are very welcome. Extra beds (CHF80 a night) and cots (free) can be added to all double rooms and suites.
Juniors, tweens and teens old enough to take to the slopes.
The Junior Suite gives families more space to spread out.
Next door’s Kindercity includes a Baby Park for very little ones aged from three to 24 months with fully qualified carers, toys, activities and rest areas.
Kids can take to the beginners’ slopes, tackle some of the gentler mountain trails and even clamber up a rock face. But, you could play it safe in Stenna’s incredible Kindercity, which includes a chocolate workshop, cookery studio, dinosaur crafting, robotics lab and more. Plus a 3D cinema screen, a brain-busting ‘Sciencity’, kids’ garden with a track for racing mini electric Skodas, and a reading corner. Stenna also has shops catering to kids, selling sleds, customisable bikes, ski gear, the most stylish of Swiss designer toys, princess gowns, unicorn costumes and more.
The deli is best suited to children, with a laidback air and dishes to suit smalls: burgers, deboned chicken, mezze… Plus, it’s open for early dinners.
No need to pack
The hotel can arrange baby monitors on request, but bring essential baby kit and cherished toys. For nappies, wipes, formula, baby food and other essentials, there’s a Co-op supermarket in Stenna’s basement.