Offer "Summer in the City"
Walking trough the old town and discover the sights of the federal capital. With our offer "Summer in the City" you are spoilt for choice.
Our offer for you
- 2 nights in a newly renovated hotel room
- Hotel Bern breakfast included
- 1 bottle of mineral water in your room
- City map and Bern Guide for your explorations
- Free WLAN during your stay in the whole hotel
- Free bus and tram travel in zones 100/101 incl. Gurtenbahn, Münsterlift and Marzilibähnli
1 ticket of your choice for an activity in Bern (24h Museumscard, Audio Ipod Guide for an independent city tour or a public city tour of your choice*.* Around the Water, Lust & Laster, UNSECO Old Town Stroll - registration required, we'll take care of it for you (please let us know your preferred city tour when booking)
Not in the mood for a museum or city tour? No problem - instead of a museum visit or city tour in Bern, discover and enjoy the Bernese Oberland. Here, too, you are spoilt for choice. With the experience voucher you can choose from the following excursion destinations: boat trip on Lake Thun (day ticket), with the cable car to the Stockhorn (there & back), with the funicular to the Niesen (there & back), with the funicular and chairlift to the Niederhorn (there & back) or visit the Beatus Caves.
CHF 400.00 in Standard Room for 2 persons
CHF 335.00 in Standard Room for 1 person
plus CHF 5.30 City Tax per person and night
The offer is bookable from 17 April 2021 to 31 October 2021 (from Thursday to Sunday and during the summer and autumn holidays and subject to availability).
Our offers are not cumulative with other offers or discounts.
Book your stay by phone 031 329 22 22 or by email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Our tips for you during 48h in Bern
Stroll through Bern's Old Town - enjoy the panoramic view from Bern Cathedral - photo stop in the Rose Garden - lunch or dinner in the Volkshaus 1914 restaurant - shopping under the Laupen - ride on the Gurten - swim in the Aare - visit a museum - nightcap in our Attika Bar.
(Picture from Bern Welcome)