The Hotel des Alpes in Fiesch, Switzerland, welcomes its guests not only with a breathtaking Alpine panorama, hospitality and excellent food, but also with a special Feng Shui colour concept. This makes the holiday even better.
In harmony with yourself with Feng Shui, especially in the Swiss Alps
The Hotel des Alpes is located in a breathtaking region in the Swiss Alps. It is close to the UNESCO glacier Jungfrau-Aletsch. But that is not the only thing. It offers its guests that little bit extra: the entire Hotel des Alpes is designed in the Feng Shui colour concept and colour accents. What does that mean? Quite simple. With Feng Shui you are in harmony with yourself, with your surroundings and vice versa. Anyone who has been able to feel the energy of the Swiss mountains understands that they can have a positive influence on well-being. This can be supported by the harmony teachings of Feng Shui and vice versa.
Feng Shui colour accents in the Hotel des Alpes
Translated, feng shui means wind and water. It is a harmony teaching from Asia. The aim is to recognise and increase people’s life energy Chi. The Chi flows around us. It can be directed and concentrated through a certain colour concept. This can support certain areas of people’s lives and compensate for deficiencies. It is based on the five elements of water, metal, wood, fire and earth. Each element is assigned colours that promote its effect. A good colour combination can thus have a positive effect on mood, harmony, health and physical recovery. Many rooms and the restaurant in the Hotel des Alpes are bathed in a friendly apricot. Apricot, for example, is closest to earth energy. It supports cosiness and warmth. Combined with brown and beige, the colour accents ensure relaxation and tranquillity. And that is exactly what one wishes for on a holiday.
Feng-Shui colour accents combined with the relaxation that nature offers
The Hotel des Alpes offers an environment full of imposing nature. The Jungfrau-Aletsch mountain landscape is known as one of the most beautiful in the Swiss Alps. Here you will find high mountains, glaciers and even a distinct steppe landscape. In 2001, the Jungfrau-Aletsch area was designated the first Alpine UNESCO World Natural Heritage Site. The Aletsch Glacier stretches over more than 20 kilometres, making it one of the longest glaciers in the Alps and an inviting place for hiking tours. Even a short tour lets the hiker feel the power and tranquillity of the Alps. In the south of the region, climatic conditions are different. Here the climate is Mediterranean. Recreation, recharging of batteries and relaxation therefore go hand in hand with the surroundings and a Feng Shui colour concept. Nothing stands in the way of relaxation.