007 Hotel: Victoria-Jungfrau Grand Hotel & SpaMay 9, 2016
007 Travelers thinks this hotel is really gorgeous-looking!
In the picturesque mountain setting of the Bernese Oberland stands the VICTORIA-JUNGFRAU Grand Hotel & Spa, the 5-star hotel and spa resort steeped in tradition in the heart of Interlaken. Experience one of the most beautiful hotels in Switzerland.
Whatever the reason for your stay with Hotel Victoria-Jungfrau, whether it’s a wellness weekend, family holiday, wedding celebrations or a business event, the unique grand hotel atmosphere and the incomparable spa offer are certain to delight you. The 5500 m² VICTORIA-JUNGFRAU SPA is one of the most beautiful facilities of its kind in Switzerland. Enjoy the delightful views of the Jungfrau Massif and treat yourself to some special pampering at the luxury ESPA SPA or the SENSAI SELECT SPA, unique worldwide.
And whatever the season you choose to travel, at the VICTORIA-JUNGFRAU you will always experience the same genuine hospitality.
James Bond visited this beautiful hotel in John Gardner‘s 007 book “Never Send Flowers“
“Less than an hour later, they pulled up in front of the imposing Hotel Victoria-Jungfrau- a building which still retains the splendour of the British Victorian architectural influence on so many large Swiss hotels. There had been no sign of the red car once they had got fully under way.
Inside, there was the usual gravity over the formal registration: a neat, unsmiling dark-haired under-manager, whose little plastic nameplate revealed her to be Marietta Bruch, watched them as though intent on taking their fingerprints. She then went through the passport routine before saying that she was so sorry about what she actually called `the untimely demise of your relative’ Then: `You have, I believe, papers from the police?” Fredericka smiled, digging into her large shoulder bag, carefully keeping it below the level of the reception desk so that nobody could glimpse the pistol. `Yes, I have them, don’t I, darling?” She beamed, giving Bond a quick, raised eyebrow.”
Perhaps you would like to come with me?” She came around to their side of the reception desk, back on form, curtly instructing a porter to take Mr and Mrs Bond’s cases to 614. She put a great deal of stress on the Mrs Bond, as though clearly saying that she did not believe a word of it.
Laura March had opted for an obviously cheap and cheerful room.
It is not one of our luxury accommodations.” Unterfuhrer Bruch-as Bond now thought of her-broke the seals and turned the key in the lock.”
John Gardner: “Never Send Flowers“