Discover our Youth Hostels in Switzerland’s major cities
The youth hostel right next to the old town of Avenches is your gateway to the Roman town, the vineyards on Mont Vully and the Three Lakes region.
Head to the multifaceted spa town of Baden! A renovated former stable block draws visitors to enjoy wellness, nature and cultural experiences.
Holidays in Ticino with a difference – sleep at the foot of a medieval fortress listed as a UNESCO World Cultural Heritage site!
In Altenburg Castle in Brugg, you can literally feel the historic flair of the Roman fort and the subsequent Habsburg knights' room.
The chance to stay in the rocky castle of Laufen, above the roaring waters of the Rhine Falls, attracts both thrill seekers and history buffs.
Start your active holidays in Delémont! Home to spectacular landscapes, magical forests and picturesque gorges just waiting to be discovered.
Take a deep breath in magnificent natural scenery with lush meadows, rolling hills, extensive forests, steep gorges and magical moorlands
The Lugano Youth Hostel in the most southern city of Switzerland. invites you to relax by its own pool and on a voyage of discovery.
Conquer the impressive hill castle of the lords and knights of Rotberg! Your reward: winding staircases, a room in a tower and an amazing view.
In this youth hostel you can stay at the foot of the Alps, right on Lake Geneva and surrounded by vineyards, and eat in the jazzy dining room.
Around half of the Principality of Liechtenstein is mountainous, but despite this, the climate is very mild. A place full of opposites, culture, cuisine.
Stay in this cosy castle, travel back in time to the Middle Ages, marvel at the Rhine Falls, and enjoy sport and games – all in Schaffhausen!
Our smallest youth hostel, near the Rütli meadow, instils an authentic Swiss feeling and will captivate all romantics.
In Sion, our youth hostel greets you the moment you get off the train! Thanks to its proximity to the station, it's known locally as being on platform zero.
Truly in the middle of things: in the baroque centre of Solothurn, the "town of 11s", you stay right next to the River Aare and look out over the rooftops of the old town.
Right in the countryside and with the rooftops of tradition-steeped St. Gallen and Lake Constance on your doorstep. And close to some pretty natural pools.
Where time seems to stand still: Stein am Rhein in the beautiful Blauburgunderland region is proud of the splendid painted façades of its houses.
Clear the stage for a town with a lively tradition of markets and festivals, deep roots in history and home to all kinds of heroes!
Comfortably urban but in the centre of a recreational area: Zug is a charming lakeside town with old streets, plenty of culture and culinary delights.
Skiing at its finest in Saas-Fee/Saastal, the Free Republic of Holidays.
Regional Mountain railways ticket and free public transport.
Public transport and hotel ski pass included in Pontresina and St. Moritz.
Combine revitalising rest with deep relaxation.
The Kunstmuseum Bern is displaying selected works from the Gurlitt art trove in the exhibition ‘Nazi art theft and its consequences’.
For groups of more than 10 persons.
Wine-growing is a tradition dating back over 1000 years in Stein am Rhein.
Relaxation at its best.
For schools and groups from 10 persons.
Adventure and romance are guaranteed.
Are you planning a comfortable journey as a couple or with your grandchildren?
Modern accommodation in central locations.
Do you have guests visiting but no space at home?
Up to 20% discount on accommodation.
Cycles from Rent a Bike in various categories at terrific prices.
Find out more about the reopened hostel.