Covid-19 safety measures at Tschuggen Grand Hotel
Please note that due to the current Covid19 regulations, access to our hotel is only possible for all persons aged 16 and over with a Covid19 certificate (vaccinated - recovered - tested) recognised in Switzerland.Thank you for your understanding.
Please note the current travel regulations regarding Covid-19 for all persons 16 years and older.
All guests of the Tschuggen Hotel Group (16 years and older / hotel, restaurant, conference and spa guests) must present a valid Covid-19 certificate when entering the properties. This proves that they are either recovered, fully vaccinated more than 2 weeks ago or tested by PCR or antigen test shortly before arrival.
- Guests who have neither been vaccinated with a vaccine recognised in Switzerland nor have recovered must present a negative test result upon entry into Switzerland. Four to seven days after entry, a test carried out in Switzerland is required, which is subject to a fee. The result of this test must be submitted to the competent cantonal office using the following link. Irrespective of this, every guest who has not been vaccinated or has recovered must present a test certificate every 48 (antigen test) or 72 hours (PCR test). This certificate is viewed at the reception desk and forwarded jointly to the appropriate offices.
- We are happy to help you organise the tests. However, due to the high demand, we recommend booking any test dates in advance.
- The Digital Covid Certificate of the EU and EFTA countries are recognised in Switzerland. The validity of non-European certificates is based on the vaccine approvals of the EU. The recognised vaccines entitle the holder to obtain a European or Swiss Covid certificate. Under the following link you will find the application form for persons vaccinated or recovering abroad. Holders of the EU Digital COVID Certificate do not need to apply for a Swiss Covid Certificate.
The following link provides information on the conditions under which entry into Switzerland is permitted. Before each entry into Switzerland, however, the corresponding entry form must now be filled out in any case (Passenger Locator Form, SwissPLF). The only exception is traffic close to the border.
The measures are initially limited until 24 January 2022. The subsequent regulation is currently not yet known.