Eiger Lodge

  • Bernese Oberland, Switzerland, Grindelwald

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The Eiger Lodge is quite new to Grindelwald and is a modern hostel-style accommodation with a relaxed, sociable atmosphere. Our rooms are in the 'Chic' part of the lodge and are all private, with an ensuite. A daily buffet breakfast is included.

Next to the Eiger Express

You'll be just a short walk from the speedy new Eiger Express Gondola that goes up to the Eiger Glacier station. The Grindelwald Grund Station is only a couple of minutes in the other direction, so you're in a great place to explore the whole area.

Comfortable and welcoming accommodation

The lounge, bar and grill are perfect for grabbing a drink or a bite to eat and being so close to town, exploring the local restaurants in the evening is easy. This accommodation is perfect if you're an active holiday-maker looking for a easy, sociable, no-frills accommodation that makes a comfortable place to rest tired legs after a day hiking.

Added value

Exclusive to Inghams: Join up to two included walks with a professional, local guide (limited availability, pre-booking is essential, available until 27th Sept)

Half price rail, bus and boat travel with the Swiss Half Fare Card (worth over £100 per person)

Free travel on the Swiss Transport Network for children up to 15 years old

Inghams rep based in resort

Flights and train transfers included



Standard Doubles sleep two people with an Austrian twin bed and have a modern and clean décor. 

South-Facing Doubles are similar in size and style to standard doubles with an Austrian twin bed. They also have a balcony and south-facing view.

Family Rooms sleep three to four people. They an Austrian twin bed and additional bunk beds.

All rooms have:

  • TV
  • Shower
  • Hairdryer

General information

  • Check-in time: 3pm
  • Check-out time: 11am

Local fees and taxes

A local tourist tax of approx. CHF 5.25 per person per night is payable locally (children aged 12-15 years pay a reduced rate of CHF 4.75 per person per night, and guests aged 12 and under are exempt).


  • Lift accessible: Yes
  • Lift serves all floors: Yes
  • Access ramp: No

The lodge has some wheelchair accessible rooms that are available on request


Forget about dark wizards and wands – the real Grindelwald is magic for altogether different reasons. The village looks up to the Lower Grindelwald Glacier, and is watched over by a wall of peaks, including the 4,000-metre-plus Mönch and the looming north face of the Eiger. Hikes range from Alpine epics like the Eiger Trail to family-friendly rambles and getting from A to B is easy, thanks to the gondolas and trains that wind their way up to improbable heights. Back in Grindelwald, sunny terraces are laid out for marvelling at the huge mountains that kicked off the 19th-Century golden age of alpinism.  

First things first

A gondola connects Grindelwald to First, on the scenic Schwarzhorn mountain north of the village. Grab a bite to eat with views over peaks and glacier, dare to fly down the ziplines - four friends at a time can whizz down the First Flyer or fly like an eagle on the First Glider. Release the kids onto the Alpine playground or mountain kart tracks and if you've a good head for heights, take on the Cliff Walk. Keen hikers can set off for the mountain lake of Bachalpsee and on to the ridgetop Alpine gardens and mountain station of Schynige Platte before returning by cog-railway and train. Or, head towards the Grosse Scheidegg mountain pass - a great spot to enjoy sunset.

Jungfraujoch: visit the top of Europe

Grindelwald is the gateway to the Jungfraujoch – the seat between two of the highest mountains in the Bernese Alps. To get there, catch the Eiger Express mountain lift to the Eiger Gletscher station, which sits on the mountain ridge between Grindelwald and Wengen, then hop on a train to the highest train station in Europe. On arrival, you’ll be treated to panoramas of the vast Aletsch Glacier - the longest in Europe. It's easy to spend a few hours up here, admiring the views of the glacier from inside as well as out - take a walk through the Ice Palace for an inside look at this wonderful world of ice.

Interlaken and the lakes

The arrival of the railway transformed Grindelwald from a mountain climbing base to the Jungfrau region’s biggest ski resort. Catch the train down the valley to Interlaken, the adventure capital of Switzerland. From here, you can wander the half-timbered houses of the old town, jump aboard a glass-roofed boat for a cruise on the brilliant turquoise waters of Lake Thun and Lake Brienz or take the funicular up to Harder Kulm to admire the lakes from above. Paragliding is a favourite activity here too.

Mountain adventures for families

Grindelwald First is for high-adrenalin family fun, while the Pfingstegg area specialises in more laid-back mountain adventures – lazy zip lines that loop through the trees and a summer toboggan. There’s also lots of mountain biking trails around Grindelwald, plus canyoning routes, adventure playgrounds and an indoor rope park. Another lift goes up to Männlichen, where there’s a treetop walk and a playground themed around Lieselotte, the beloved storybook cow.

Why book a summer holiday in Grindelwald with Inghams?

At Inghams, we do walking holidays differently. With no fixed itinerary, you have more time in your destination and the freedom to walk as much or as little as you like, discovering some of the Jungfrau's best walking routes and activities at your own pace.

Plus, we've included two optional guided walks every week in Grindelwald. Join a professional walking guide and really get to know the area (see more details in the ‘walking’ tab below).

With over 85 years of outdoor travel experience, our holiday packages to Grindelwald include flights, transfers, and accommodation, so you can relax and leave the small details to us. Our experts can help you choose the best holiday for you, and our team in resort can give you the inside scoop on how to spend your time away with us.

  • Free Wi-Fi
  • 50% discount on use of facilities at the resort's sports centre with the Resort Card
  • Parking (payable locally)
Family Facilities
  • Cots and linen

A hot and cold buffet breakfast is served each morning, offering a range of local and regional products and ingredients.

Next to the lodge you'll find the Box Bar & Grill, perfect for a light meal or drinks. For a more substantial meal, there are plenty of restaurants towards the village centre or a few closer options including a popular Pizzeria a couple of minutes away on top of the Grindelwald Grund Station.

Board basis options available

  • Bed & Breakfast

This property caters for the following special dietary requirements

  • Vegetarians

The Lodge are happy to cater for food allergies and intolerences where possible. Please let us know any dietary requirements at the time of booking so we can confirm with them that they are able to suitably accommodate your requirements.

Longitude: 8.0170317
Latitude: 46.6235912

  • Transfer time: approx. 3hrs 15mins by rail from Zurich airport or 3hrs 30mins by rail from Geneva airport. Your journey may involve two or three changes of train, depending on the train you catch.
  • 150 metres to the nearest bus stop
  • Just 300 metres from the Eiger Express, Cog Railway, and Männlichen Gondola
  • 5 minutes by bus to the town centre
  • Grill and pizzeria within easy walking distance

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