Hotel Du Nord
+41 (0)33 827 50 50
The Hotel Du Nord is conveniently located right at the world-famous Höhematte and within a few minutes walking-distance from the Interlaken Ost train station and the vibrant center of Interlaken. The hotel has 58 rooms, including 43 in the classic style and 15 lifestyle rooms and junior suites.You will be overwhelmed by the diversity of activities available in the region. Whether it be paragliding, rafting, canyoning, mountainbiking, hiking, cheese or chocolate-tasting: We will surely find the perfect offer to get you excited!
We serve a rich breakfast buffet featuring many regional specialties in our breakfast room on the ground floor from 07.00 until 10.00.
If you plan to arrive by train, make sure to buy your ticket to the Interlaken Ost station, from where the Hotel Du Nord just a few minutes away by foot. Taxis are available in front of the station. If you tell us your arrival time, we would be happy to arrange a transfer for you.
Why not choose the Jungfrau region as your next holiday destination? It is one of the most versatile holiday regions in Switzerland. Impressive mountain peaks beckon with indescribable views of glaciers and high alpine scenery. You will marvel at the diversity of the flora and fauna. And your children won’t be able to decide between activities like the Trotti bike ride down the Niederhorn Mountain or a ride on the First Flyer. Why not also try the white-water rafting on the Lütschine River? Or enjoy a contemplative walk along the shores of Lake Thun or Brienz? Or maybe you would like to observe an alphorn craftsmen or mountain cheese maker at work? It's time to get started. The possibilities are endless! Our staff at the reception will be delighted to help you plan your day’s activities.
The history of the Hotel Du Nord goes back to the early 19th Century with the advent of tourism in the region. Until then, Interlaken, or the “Bodeli” as it was known (from the name of the flat plain between the two lakes, which was created by glacial sediment from the mountain rivers), had been mainly visited by religious pilgrims or commercial travellers, who would stop to rest their weary legs in one of the few local hostels after the arduous journey over the mountains. This changed once the first tourists started visiting the Jungfrau Region, lured by the works of well-known writers and descriptions the first alpine farming festivals.