Designed by the award winning architect Mario Botta, famous for his glass cube restaurant 3000m up on the Diablerets glacier, the Oasis covers more than 3,500 square meters and will offer a unique world of wellness to discover after a day on Arosa's historic slopes. Assuming, in fact, that given this luxury you make it out on to the slopes.
Arosa is a classic high-altitude resort of the type that only exists in Switzerland. It is famous for its views over the local peaks and its well laid out lift system. The local ski club was founded in 1903 and the ski school in 1933. Along with the spa, the 'Coaster' described as "a taxi on train tracks" will be inaugurated. This train takes hotel guests right from the hotel to the ski slopes in three minutes.