Come December 2018, The Hide will be a new home base for those who crave gastronomic diversity, dramatic scenery, rooms with that irresistible mountain charm, and best of all for those with little ones in tow, a giant children’s club. With a ski-in/ski-out facility, adventure awaits both inside and out!
The hotel is located at the valley station of the ski lift, and is part of a complex which also holds various apartment buildings, retail, restaurants, entertainment, gastronomy and parking connecting Flims-Dorf and Flims-Waldhaus. Flims lies among the snow-capped peaks and valleys in the Graubünden (Grisons) canton of eastern Switzerland.
An update on the classic Swiss chalet, the Hide is the latest bold creation of the Gothenburg-based, multi-award-winning design team of Stylt Trampoli, who recently gave us two other Swiss design hotels, Huus Gstaad and Spedition in Thun. Incorporating natural materials and earth tones, The Hide’s design concept considers the dramatic natural surroundings, which are also ideal for skiing, hiking, and an array of other outdoor activities.
The project is the brainchild of restaurateur and real estate mogul Daniel Mani, whose popular venues include Restaurant Halle6, Fluss. Sushi Bar & Grill, Cortina Lounge, and Hotel Emmental. So it should be no surprise that the culinary concept will go above and beyond, helmed by telegenic star chef Adrian Tschanz, known as a wild child of the Swiss gastro scene. Guests can enjoy Middle Eastern-inflected fare at The Deli or fresh, seasonal, regionally sourced cuisine and locally reared dry-aged meats at The Restaurant, unwind at a 1,000m2 spa with Finnish sauna, fitness center, steam room, and ice grotto, or head to the sprawling terrace to enjoy live DJ sets, cocktails, and spectacular views of the surrounding slopes.