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This place was very comfortable and well equipped for a one night stopover. We ate our home cooked meal on the private balcony enjoying the stunning mountain views. Leysin is beautiful! Having to take out our rubbish to some designated point in the parking garage was a bit weird.
we spent a weekend in the hotel. Facilities are first class. Rooms are very spacious, wonderful bathrooms, swimming pool/spa is great. Food was goos, especially the large breakfast buffet. Service was good, with shuttles to the ski lift and the ski rental shop. Staff is friendly and helpful. The ...
Good sized room .Central location,Shuttle bus stop just by door.Courtesy hotel pick up from train station. Cut price ski pas through hotel 20 Swiss francs a day-brilliant.
If you’re travelling to the Vaudois Alps with a four-legged friend, you’ll want to know your hotel will welcome your pet with open arms. Use Expedia’s search tool to browse through the selection of pet-friendly hotels in the Vaudois Alps, and relax in the knowledge that your pet will be treated like one of the family.
There are more pet-friendly hotels in the Vaudois Alps than you might think, with a good spread of choices across the whole region. Look first in the three major ski resort areas of Leysin, Villars and Les Diablerets, but if you want something a little quieter, try Payerne, or the nearby Medieval town of Aigle. The traditional alpine villages of Rossiniere and Rougemont, both of which are slightly to the north of the main ski area, also welcome pets.
There are always a few things to bear in mind when booking a pet-friendly hotel in the Vaudois Alps. As so many hotels welcome pets as guests, you should be ready to pay a little each night for your pet. Most hotels will charge a nightly fee per pet, and many hotels can only accommodate two pets per party, and some only one. It’s also important to ask about and follow any rules about where your pet may go within the hotel, bearing in mind that some properties might have off-access areas, or may ask you to confine them to your room.
If you’re hoping for an active break with your pet, there’s no shortage of alpine pastures and panoramic views to enjoy. The Swiss welcome dogs in most smaller shops, but they should be left outside food shops. If they’re on a lead, dogs can join you on a walk around town, but do make sure your pet has a microchip and passport before leaving the UK.
The Vaudois is criss-crossed with marked hiking paths and mountain trails, so you’re sure to have an excellent time exploring the scenery together. And when the day is over, come back to your pet-friendly hotel for a restful night’s sleep.