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Baroque Travel
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We can’t think of a better way to celebrate the start of a new year than by celebrating in the majestic Swiss Alps in a luxury resort. Baroque Travel finds out about a special New Year treat for visitors to Grand Resort Bad Ragaz

Europe’s leading luxury wellness resort, Grand Resort Bad Ragaz is offering a special 8 or 11-day package to welcome in 2019 in style. The program focuses on wellbeing and health and offers a unique experience in a magical setting. Guests will enjoy access to the resort’s Tamina Therme Thermal Spa and legendary Helena Pool during their stay.

Despite the focus being on serenity and wellness, indulgence over the New Year is not forgotten. To start with they will savor an excellent massage before heading off to celebrate 2019 at a special New Year’s Eve ball at the resort’s excellent Restaurant Olives d’Or. And that’s just the beginning… The Festive Season at Grand Resort Bad Ragaz is a time of magic and surprises. The resort’s entire Festive Season program is exciting and varied, offering a choice of culinary and cultural delights.

A highlight of a stay at this sumptuous resort is the opportunity to get away from it all, relax and recuperate after a hectic year. The location itself is spectacular, nestling in the foothills of the Swiss Alps, and the resort centers around a tradition of health and beauty spa treatments, thermal springs and wellness. The resort boasts its own specialized Medical Health Center and thermal spring, providing relaxation, health maintenance and healing in the utmost luxury. Guests receive personalized programs, depending on whether they wish to relax, actively improve their health or just enjoy a selection of exclusive experiences.

Located just an hour from Zurich in Eastern Switzerland, the resort is surrounded by spectacular mountains and stunning ski resorts. Grand Resort Bad Ragaz is home to 3 different hotels including two 5 Star hotels – the Grand Hotel Hof Ragaz and Grand Hotel Quellenhof. The Quellenhof is tradition, while the Hof Ragaz is more luxurious. All 3 establishments offer spacious guest rooms with balconies.

All offer elegant, plush and comfortable rooms and suites. The resort also features a choice of 7 restaurants, one of which boasts a Michelin star. There’s also a bistro, café, sushi take-away, limo service, kids programs, gold course in the summer months, Casino, 6 swimming pools and numerous activities on offer including snow skiing and tennis, but the spa and clinic do take center stage.

The resort attracts a diverse selection of guests, from Royalty to people looking to wind down after a hectic year.

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