The venerable Schloss Hünigen, dating back to the 16th Century, is a boutique hotel offering tranquillity and relaxation, no matter what the occasion.
Stay in one of our 49 delightful hotel rooms during your visit. A substantial breakfast buffet, access to the fitness and wellness area, as well as parking and Wi-Fi are included in all room categories.
Our cuisine is fresh, regional, sustainable and there’s always a nod towards August Escoffier.
At Schloss Hünigen, you should feel you are in the lap of luxury and being treated like royalty. Even at breakfast, you can look forward to products from local suppliers. At the lunch buffet, freshly prepared dishes are served while the seasonal evening menu at the castle can be savoured in 3-6 courses.
The Castle bar is the meeting place of the hotel whether during the afternoon for coffee and cake or in the evening for an aperitif or nightcap.
When the weather is fine, you can enjoy a glass of wine with regional delicacies on the Park Terrace overlooking the garden.
An inspiring seminar hotel with a long history. From a small meeting in Castle Park to a large gathering or conference in Haller Saal, Schloss Hünigen provides the perfect setting for every occasion.
Enjoy the peaceful surroundings of the castle for productive work and our personal service for an unforgettable conference experience.
Host your wedding, private banquet or corporate Christmas dinner at Schloss Hünigen. Our castle park and the festive banquet halls make every celebration unforgettable.
The Canton of Bern belongs to the most famous tourist destinations in Switzerland. Here you find nature and culture at world-class. The unsurpassed beauty of the mountains around the well-known mountain peaks of Eiger, Mönch and Jungfrau, is part of the UNESCO World Heritage. In the summer as in the winter, thousands of people from all over the world are attracted to the splendid natural beauty of the Berner Oberland.
Another main attraction is Bern, the capital of Canton Bern and Switzerland. The old town is part of the UNESCO World Heritage. With its architectonic treasures such as the arcades, sandstone facades, historic fountains and narrow streets as well as the Bears Park along the river, Bern is a city one has to experience.
However there is so much more to discover in the Canton of Bern.
Old Town scenery, it isn't hard to let go and have fun. The Old Town of Bern has been a UNESCO World Heritage site since 1983. Since its foundation in 1191, the Swiss capital has sat majestically in the Aare loop. The regular layout of the streets has remained unchanged. This historical city is dominated by well-preserved sandstone facades and unique rooftops. Eleven beautiful fountains with statues (16th C.) and the Gothic cathedral complete the impressive picture. Six kilometre long arcades line the streets of the UNESCO World Heritage site and give you a special kind of shopping experience. Bern thus has one of the longest covered shopping promenades in Europe. Every Tuesday and Saturdays there are colourful markets with fresh vegetables, flowers, and meat products at Bundesplatz and Münsterplatz. With the construction of two impressive large buildings, Bern locals also show their interest in contemporary architecture. The Zentrum Paul Klee (2005), which was created by Italian architect Renzo Piano, is considered an architectural masterpiece that embeds itself in an impressive manner in the surrounding nature. Another highlight is the leisure and shopping centre Westside (2008), which entices visitors with its unique architecture. American architect Daniel Libeskind has created an extraordinary world of experience, where wellness, events, and shopping are harmoniously merged under one roof.
Bären Park, Clock Tower (Zytglogge), Bern Cathedral, the Old Town with its arcades, Paul Klee Centre
International Jazz Festival, Berner Fasnacht, the Onion Market, Busters
You'll find everything here from the legendary Emmental cheese to ham, to a Gault&Millau menu, an almost unparalleled range on offer and often made from regional products.
National museums like the Franz Gertsch Museum, the Zither Museum or the Museum of Folk Culture in the Grain House have their place here in the Emmental region just as much as regional exhibitions in the Chüechlihus or Culture Mill. Castles, wooden bridges, the cheese dairy which is open to the general public, themed paths, Alpine horn makers, idyllic farms are an embodiment of the region as of course is Jeremias Gotthelf, the great philosopher and poet. In one of those castels staying is possible an a pleisure. Discover the only castle hotel of the Swiss hospitality collection, the Schloss Hünigen at Konolfingen.
Schloss Hünigen in Konolfingen, between Bern and Thun at the gateway to the Emmental valley offering tranquillity and relaxation. The train station “Stalden im Emmental” is only a few steps away from the hotel. In addition, 100 free parking spaces are available for the guests.