Sapia Hotel - Rheinsberg
Your temporary home away from home
Want somewhere to relax and enjoy the peace and quiet after a business meeting in Switzerland or with a partner near Bad Säckingen?
Want somewhere close-by that is easy to get to from Switzerland?
Enjoy a round of golf directly on your doorstep or a pleasant walk through the forest?
And if you don’t yet know what a Fauna Flora Habitat (FFH) is – just take a look out the window.
Welcome to Hotel Rheinsberg!
Enjoy the relaxing tranquillity!
Our 26 modern double rooms and junior suites offer precisely the conveniences that you are looking for. All rooms have a balcony or terrace, while selected rooms also have a sauna, bath or jacuzzi bath. The rooms can, of course, also be booked as single rooms.
The hotel covers a spacious 120,000 square metres and is located right next to a number of sport and leisure facilities (golf, hiking, cycling, tennis, rowing, football).
The lift provides barrier-free access to all floors.
optional infrared sauna
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A perfect start to the day
Start your day with a mouth-watering breakfast with premium products: we know exactly where the eggs that you have for breakfast come from. At lunch and dinner, we look forward to indulging you with dishes from our regularly changing menu, naturally also as half-board or full-board.
Would you like to enjoy a barbecue with other guests?
In summer, we serve delicious barbecue specialities on our terrace every Tuesday and Saturday (individual times are also available for groups). Besides our bistro, with its tasty selection of large and small dishes, the golf restaurant with international dishes and beverages is just 90 metres away.
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At SAPIA HOTELS, the guests are the top priority.
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My tip is a visit to the Museum of Energy in Hottingen (I live nearby). Situated a short distance from the Hottingen district in the municipality of Rickenbach, it attracts hikers who enjoy spending their break discovering something new and interesting on the topic of “Energy in the region” through the many window displays, as well as visitors who are keen to find out more during its opening hours. It is open every Sunday from 2:00 - 4:00 pm. Entry is free! The castle ruins in Wiladingen are also worth a visit. The ruins are hidden away and can be accessed by a pleasant circular trail that takes about 1-2 hours. There are also places to buy a refreshment or two.