Pack your bags, leave your everyday life at home and head to the mountains for a holiday that is really worthy of the name. At Giardino Mountain, every one of your family members will be able to recharge their batteries without exception. Explore the Alps together on exciting excursions, try out new sports, enjoy delicious and healthy food or let off steam in the vast space offered by a free extra room. And while the little ones play at the Kids Club or Freestyle Academy, parents can take a deep breath and unwind in the spa. The Giardino carefree packages allow for even more relaxation, as they do not require any planning, research or additional training as a group leader. They are age-appropriate, varied and pretty cool. Holidays without long faces.
Want to have a moment in peace for yourself or somewhere to simply leave the toys lying around? At home, everyone has their own space for doing as they please. So why not also when on holiday? During the summer season at Giardino Mountain, we therefore provide a free extra room for families with children aged six and above staying for five nights or more. Depending on availability, a double room with a direct connecting door is provided right next door for parents travelling with their children or grandparents travelling with their grandchildren.
For shorter stays, children aged up to 12 always sleep free of charge in the rooms of their parents or grandparents.
The Engadine is actually like a big adventure playground: enormous, never boring and with something for everybody. The Kids Guide at Giardino Mountain knows exactly where to find the region’s most exciting corners that offer the most fun. The professional for explorations and adventures knows Giardino Mountain and its surroundings like the back of their hand. Bubbling with ideas, the Kids Guide and Power Guide together ensure that something is going on every day. Whether indoors or out and about, the Kids Guide is an expedition leader, jester and storyteller all in one. While their kids are having fun, adults have to fend for themselves.
Everything that a club needs: the chance to meet others your own age, talk about your favourite comic characters and make true friendships. The Kids Club in the heart of Giardino Mountain offers everything needed for a successful day’s holiday without mum and dad. Here, children aged two and above can play, let off steam in the ball pool, enjoy arts and crafts and paint colourful pictures of their holiday experiences – all under careful supervision, of course. They also have the chance to recharge their batteries during a joint lunch. All-inclusive holidays.
For children aged 2 and above Opening times during peak season: daily, 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Opening times during off-peak season: daily, 1 to 5 p.m.
There are things that parents simply have no clue about. These include chilling out, PlayStation marathons and fantasy film trilogies. However, it really isn’t so bad, as the Freestyle Academy at Giardino Mountain is there to fill this knowledge gap. Kids and teens can improve their skills here in the supreme disciplines of chilling, gaming and binge watching. And to ensure focused learning, there is of course a “No entry” policy for parents. Sounds good to me.
For children aged 8 and above Opening times: daily, 10 a.m. to 10 p.m.
Sometimes, planning a holiday is reason enough to take a break and seek relaxation. Which region is family-friendly? Which hotel has something for everyone? Are the activities exciting? Are there child-friendly restaurants? Does everything fit in with the family budget? With the Giardino carefree packages, such questions are irrelevant. The packages do not require any research or detailed planning, and absolutely no additional training as a tour guide. They are age-appropriate, varied and pretty cool. Any other questions?
The reservation team will be happy to assist you to put together your own family package under +41 800 333 313 or
Like a fairy tale
Glistening snowflakes set the scene for this winter wonderland. The Engadine winter is arguably the most magnificent of all Alpine winters. A majestic snowy panorama that is just waiting to be explored. This is of course best done on skis or by sledge. However, snowshoeing, ice-skating and cross-country skiing are also fantastic ways to ensure a great deal of winter fun. And for those who like things a little more relaxed, they can enjoy themselves in front of the crackling fireplace or in the warm spa. Fabulous.
Participation in the Giardino kids’ programme • Skiing lessons in the children’s ski area with magic carpet • Winter walks in the fairy-tale forest • Games and fun at the Giardino Kids Club – and much more –
Participation in the Giardino kids’ programme • Skiing on numerous slopes, through obstacle courses or in the snowpark • Snow tubing, sledging or ice-skating • Snow forest walks and horse-drawn carriage rides • Games and fun at the Giardino Kids Club – and much more –
Participation in the Giardino winter programme • Skiing on numerous slopes, through obstacle courses or in the snowpark • Sledging on daring courses and in night races • Snowkiting or paragliding • Winter horse riding and horse-drawn carriage rides • Chilling and games at the Giardino Freestyle Academy – and much more –
Participation in the Giardino winter programme • Skiing, cross-country skiing or heli-skiing with the Giardino Power Guide • Sledging, ice-skating or snowshoeing • Snowkiting or paragliding • Walks along the Engadine’s lakes • A round of winter golf on Europe’s highest course • Shopping and dining in St. Moritz • Treatments in the dipiù Spa – and much more –
Summer in the Engadine is not for couch potatoes. From July and stretching into October, the high valley surrounding Giardino Mountain is transformed into a giant outdoor sports park and an enormous open-air stage. Get out in the fresh air to embark on a hike or bike ride, try out new sports, marvel at the surrounding nature, venture out on tours or simply enjoy sunny days at the lake. There really is no excuse to stay indoors. Except perhaps the Kids Club, spa, restaurants, museums, cinemas … It does rain sometimes after all! Fantastic.
Participation in the Giardino kids’ programme • Hikes on paths suitable for prams • Paddling and playing at the bathing lakes • Trip to the playground with slides and climbing frames • Horse-drawn carriage rides and boat tours • Bike excursions on the modern Giardino bikes • Hikes on flower trails and paths along the water • Climbing lessons at the high-rope park for children aged 4 and above • Fun with the holiday pass offers for children aged between 5 and 16 (July/August) • Games and fun at the Giardino Kids Club – and much more –
Participation in the Giardino kids’ programme • Kids’ sailing, family surfing or boat tours • Swimming, sunbathing and playing at the bathing lakes • Minigolf, horse riding and the bouncy castle fun park • Scaling the heights at via ferratas and high-rope parks • Bike excursions on the modern Giardino bikes • Hikes on the barefoot trail or smugglers-and-robbers trail • Fun with the holiday pass offers for children aged between 5 and 16 (July/August) • Games and fun at the Giardino Kids Club – and much more –
Participation in the Giardino summer programme • Sailing, windsurfing or stand-up paddling • Swimming, sunbathing and relaxing at the bathing lakes • Horse rides and training • Scaling the heights at via ferratas and high-rope parks • Tours or pump tracks with the modern Giardino bikes • Glacier tours, nature trails and national park hikes • Fun with the holiday pass offers for children aged between 5 and 16 (July/August) • Chilling and games at the Giardino Freestyle Academy – and much more –
Participation in the Giardino summer programme • Biking, walking or doing water sports with the Giardino Power Guide • Walks along the Engadine’s lakes • Hikes in the Engadine mountain landscape • A round of golf on Europe’s highest course • Shopping and dining in St. Moritz • Relaxing on the Giardino summer terrace • Treatments in the dipiù Spa – and much more –