Golf4Fun welcomes Tschuggen Hotel Group


Golf4Fun is happy to announce that Tschuggen Hotel Group will be an official Hotel Partner of Golf4Fun in 2014.

Synonymous with exclusive holiday experience in dream locations in Switzerland the privately owned Tschuggen Hotel Group comprises three multi-award winning luxury hotels in the 5-star superior category and two holiday hotels in the 3- and 4-star segment. It is synonymous with a unique holiday experience, unostentatious hospitality, award-winning fine dining, superlative spa and wellness facilities, bright and colourful interior designs, and breathtaking views at Switzerland’s premier locations: Arosa, St. Moritz and Ascona. With their attractive innovations and offers the hotels aim to appeal first and foremost to discerning individual guests seeking something out of the ordinary.

In 2014 Golf4Fun members who take part in the 2014 Golf4Fun tournament series have the opportunity to win the following great prizes:

Hotel Eden Roc (Ascona):

Hotel Eden Roc

1 Voucher for two persons for a stay of two nights at the 5* Hotel Eden Roc in Ascona with direct access to the Lake Maggiore and golf centre nearby. (www.edenroc.ch).  Located directly on lakeshore of Lago Maggiore this hotel has wonderful spacious gardens as well as a private beach and harbour.

Tschuggen Grand Hotel (Arosa)

Tschuggen Grand Hotel

1 Voucher for two persons for a stay of two nights at the 5* Tschuggen Grand Hotel in Arosa with it’s superb Spa* and golf centre nearby (www.tschuggen.ch). The scenic Golf-Club Arosa is within easy reach of the hotel and situated 1800 metres above sea-level and one of the highest golf courses of Europe. This will provide any golfer the perfect base for a weekend of golfing.

* Tschuggen Bergoase: A unique wellness hideaway on an area of over 5000 m2

Albergo-Caffè Carcani (Ascona)

Albergo-Caffè Carcani

1 Voucher for two persons for a stay of two nights at Albergo-Caffé Carcani in Ascona, 3* right in the centre of Ascona (www.carcani.ch) which is also located directly on the shores of Lago Maggiore