Your safety is of utmost importance to us
The health and safety of our guests and of our employees is of utmost importance to us. For this reason, we have implemented appropriate measures according to the safety concept in accordance with the requirements of the Federal Office of Public Health (BAG) and with the support of HotellerieSuisse.
More information about the Covid-measures (AGB & BGB) as well as to the cancellation guarantee can be found here.
Q & A
If you intend to enter Switzerland by air or long-distance bus (coach) you must present a completed entry form. This also applies to people who have been vaccinated or have recovered from COVID.
You have been fully vaccinated or have recovered from COVID and can prove this with a valid COVID certificate? Then you are exempt from the test requirement on boarding and on entry to Switzerland. If you are entering Switzerland by air or long-distance bus (coach), you must nevertheless first complete an entry form.
You have not been fully vaccinated or recovered from COVID? Then you are subject to the test requirement on boarding and on entry to Switzerland.
Test at boarding: People aged 16 and over intending to enter Switzerland by air or long-distance bus (coach) must be able to show the negative result of a PCR test (performed no more than 72 hours prior to boarding) or a rapid antigen test (performed no more than 24 hours previously). If you cannot show such a test, you will not be allowed to board the aircraft or vehicle. Note: For people entering Switzerland from a country with a variant of concern, the test requirement on boarding already applies to those aged 6 and over.
Test on entry: On entering Switzerland, people aged 16 and over who have not been vaccinated or recovered from COVID and over must be able to show the negative result of a PCR test (performed no more than 72 hours prior to entry) or a rapid antigen test (performed no more than 24 hours previously). Anyone unable to present a valid negative test on entry must expect to be fined and must take the test in Switzerland.
The canton has a service point where travelers can check if their vaccine is accepted before entering Switzerland and if a valid vaccination certificate can be converted into a Swiss certificate. The request must be made by the traveler, as all guests in the current pandemic situation must inquire independently about the conditions in the vacation country.
You can find more information here.
Among others, certificates are mandatory in all restaurants (2G), bars (2G or 2G+), wellness (2G+) & fitness (2G) and indoor for all public events and events with more than 300 people (outside). Guests older than 16 years of age must present a valid certificate and ID. If no certificate can be shown, entry will not be allowed.
Yes, where certificates are required, masks are required. Exceptions are family and friends in the hotel room/apartment or the restaurant table. The mask obligation also applies to vaccinated or recovered persons. Where the mask cannot be worn (e.g.: wellness area) or where consumption is not possible in a seated position, such as in discos and bars, only vaccinated and recovered persons are permitted who also show a negative test result. People who have not been vaccinated, booster vaccinated or recovered for more than four months are exempt from this testing requirement – as are young people up to the age of 16.
Masks are mandatory (from the age of 12) in public transport (gondolas and cable cars), in the check-in area of the signinahotel and in all areas where 2G applies (e.g.: restaurants). In the restaurant, the mask can be removed while eating. As soon as you leave the table, you have to wear a mask (e.g.: going to the buffet or to the toilet).
Yes, you can check in at the signinahotel and rocksresort without a certificate. Please note that when visiting a restaurant (e.g.: breakfast) a 2G certificate is required. You have the possibility to have breakfast in your room (signinahotel) or to use the take away or delivery service by appointment.
Access is only permitted to people who have been vaccinated, recovered or tested.
Access is only allowed to people who are vaccinated or recovered.
Access is only allowed to persons who have been vaccinated or have recovered and also have a negative test result. Persons who have been vaccinated, boostered or recovered no longer than 4 months ago are exempt from this testing requirement – as are young people up to 16 years of age.
Yes, from Sunday, 19.12.21 there is a test center at the rocksresort in the house Diva. The antigen rapid test is free of charge for people insured in Switzerland. Guests from abroad (without insurance card from Switzerland) pay the amount of CHF 52.
The opening hours are as following:
Monday-Sunday: 08.00 a. m. – 10.00 a. m. / 3.00 p. m. – 8.00 p. m.
No pre-registration required.
The rapid antigen test is valid for 24 hours from the time the sample is taken.
On mountain lifts, masks are mandatory in indoor areas and gondola halls, as well as on gondola and aerial cable cars. Persons under the age of 12 are not required to wear a mask. Masks are not required in queuing situations, provided that a distance of 1.5 meters can be maintained.