Hotel Restaurant Hirschen

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

Hauptstrasse, Grindelwald, Jungfrau Region, 3818, Switzerland
Hotel Hirschen
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Value Score Poor Value

Costs 44% more than similarly rated 3 star hotels

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A terrace with a view...A terrace with a view...

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View from station "Eigerwand"View from station "Eigerwand"

A very nice hiking trailA very nice hiking trail

Forum Posts

grindelwald - looking for an economic place to sleep

by izzygirl

Hello. We are travelling to Grindelwld July 09. We are 5 adults and a baby and we are looking for a place to stay not very expensive... Youth hostel is full and other places are very expensive. Any suggestion?? Tank you.

Re: grindelwald - looking for an economic place to sleep

by vpas

Try hotel bel air eden.It is not a hostel,but they have rooms for different ranges.you could ask the owner peter for some suggestions if you find it not within your budget range.he is very helpful.check my pages
hope this helps,

Re: grindelwald - looking for an economic place to sleep

by AlmostSwiss

Answer to this depends on how long you are going for, and exactly what dates.

There are plenty of two star options... (http://www.namparacove.com/hotels/Switzerland/-2552301/)
or maybe a holiday home would be a more suitable option. However, these are only going to work if you are staying for long enough.

Let me know the dates and I will see what I can come up with...

Travel Tips for Grindelwald

The Wetterhorn

by Manara

The 3692-metres-high Wetterhorn is an impressive mountain close to Grindelwald and well visible from the village. The first ascent to the peak of this mountain is considered to have marked the beginning of the so-called Golden Age of mountaineering.
In the second half of the 19th century a good number of gentlemen, especially British, developed an interest in mountaineering. In 1854 Alfred Wills, president of the British Alpine Club, with the guide Christian Almer and other six men climbed this mountain. They honestly believed to be the first to “conquer” the Wetterhorn, but actually two Swiss climber, Johann Jaun and Melchior Bannholzer, had already done it in 1844. However the publicity given to the adventure of Mr Wills contributed very much in attracting more and more would-be climbers to the Swiss Alps.

Hiking Trails

by leplaya

The trails in this region (and I expect all of Switzerland) has great markings. There are signs indicating where various points of interest and destinations are located (in hours). Also, if a sign is all yellow, it means that the path is suitable for everyone. If it has a red and white stripe on it, it means that it is recommended to have a little bit of experience and suitable shoes (with good grip) to go on it. Blue and white stripe means that you need climbing gear. If on a more difficult hike, good shoes are necessary. At First, you could try out hiking shoes for a day for free!

Hike from Grindelwald to Faulhorn & Axalp

by globetrott

Axalp is a mountain-terrace high above Brienzersee, opposite of Brienz, and you may first take the cablecar from Grindelwald to First and start hiking from there to Faulhorn and Axalp - a total walkingtime of 5 hours : the steepest part of that mountain-path is certainly the path between Bachalpsee and Faulhorn, the rest is rather smooth.
the only restaurants along the way are in First, Faulhorn Hotel and then again Axalp, where 2 hotels are waiting for you. Choose the one on my picture and drink a glass "Kaffee fertig" ...
...and be aware of the fact, that THIS hotel was the one where I started my hotel-carreer in 1972, as a young student from Austria, who was searching for a job in Switzerland...
From Axalp you may walk down to Giessbach and Brienz wihin 4-5 hours or you take the public bus to Brienz !

Jungfraubahn - to the "Top of Europe"

by globetrott

The trainline to Jungfraujoch will take you to the highest train-station in Europe. The tickets will never be included in any Eurail-, Euro-Rail-, Interrail-tickets etc. , there will be ALWAYS be a minimum extra-charge of about 50 sfr (return-ticket). Jungfraubahnen-Pass and Regional-Pass Berner Oberland will give you a reduction of 50%.
In 1894 Adolf Guyer-Zeller had the idea of building a tunnel through the mountains in order to get from Kleine Scheidegg to Jungfrau. In 1896 he started to build the Jungfraubahn and it took 16 years to build it. The final costs were 15.000.000sfr and Guyer-Zeller had the clever idea to include the 2 stations inside the mountain (Eigerwand & Eismeer) simply in order to be able to earn some money already, by taking tourists there, while the rest of the track was not finished yet. The Jungfraubahn was opened in 1912 and it is still the highest train-station in Europe.

Go skiing to First area!

by Tripack


Head to the Firstbahn gondola (5min from the railway station by bus) to explore 120 km of pistes and hiking paths in winter. The gondola will lift you to First in 15 minutes then up to the Oberjoch 2'500m thanks to the a 4-seater chairlift. From there, go downhill on the well grommed easy blue piste or the medium red one. A stop to the Schreckfeld restaurant will offer a nice meal/after ski bar, a good spot to enjoy the great view.

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 Hotel Restaurant Hirschen

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Address: Hauptstrasse, Grindelwald, Jungfrau Region, 3818, Switzerland