Arrival and departure

How to reach the SPA Hotel Salina Maris in the Valais

Arrival times

Our rooms are ready for you from 14.00 on the day of arrival at the latest. If you arrive after 21.00 we kindly ask you to inform us in advance.

Pick up at the train station

If you arrive by public transport, we will pick you up at the train station in Mörel free of charge on the day of arrival and take you back to your train on the day of departure.


All our guests have a parking space at their disposal, either on the outside parking lot or in our car parking garage. For direct booking you will receive a discount (CHF 7.50 / CHF 5 instead of CHF 13.00).

Departure times

The room is available until 11.00 a.m. on the day of departure. If you would like to stay longer in your room, contact the reception on the day of departure.

Luggage storage

You are welcome to leave your luggage with us if your room is not ready on the day of arrival or if you would like to do something on the day of departure.

Luggage transport

The SBB will collect your luggage from your home and deliver it to your holiday address the following day. They select a time window for both the collection and the delivery of the luggage. The return transport works in the same way.
Travel luggage door to door

Car transport by train

The BLS car transport service (Kandersteg-Goppenstein, Realp-Oberwald/Furka, Iselle-Brig/Simplon) helps you to arrive in your private car without any problems. Book your ticket online and save money.
Book your car transport by train online

Electric vehicles

For electric vehicles we offer two charging stations in Breiten: one standard station and one for station for Tesla vehicles. Stay overnight at Badehotel Salina Maris and charge your electric vehicle overnight at favorable conditions.

Arrival by train

You can reach us from Bern through the Lötschberg base tunnel, from Lucerne through the Furka tunnel and from Italy through the Simplon tunnel. From Brig, the Matterhorn-Gotthard Railway takes you twice an hour to Mörel. Please let us know your arrival time in Mörel. We pick you up with our car at the station.

To the SBB timetable

Do you have a lot of luggage?

The SBB will be happy to collect your luggage from your home and deliver it directly to your hotel room! Further information can be found on the SBB homepage

Arrival by car

  • From Lausanne, you get to Brig via Sitten and Visp.

Places of interest that can be reached from us

  • The largest glacier in the Alps was recognised by UNESCO in 2001 as the centre of the "Swiss Alps - Jungfrau, Aletsch" World Natural Heritage Site. Despite climate change, the dimensions of the ice giant are still enormous: 23 kilometres long, up to 900 metres wide and weighing 27 billion tonnes. The hike through the Aletsch forest, high above the ice giant, is one of the most beautiful hikes in the Alps.
    We also recommend a hike from the Belalp through the nature reserve of the Aletsch forest to the Villa Cassel on the Riederalp. Since July 2008, the route crosses the impressive Massa Gorge on a 124-metre suspension bridge. • Phone 027 928 60 50'
    The Aletsch Glacier in the World Natural Heritage
  • Kaspar Jodok von Stockalper was the Fugger of the Alps and the most brilliant early capitalist far and wide. He bought and sold everything that promised profit. The Stockalper Palace in Brig is a testimony to his wealth. It is the largest private building of the 17th century in Switzerland. A visit to the palace and a tour of the newly designed garden can only be recommended.
    The Stockalper Castle in Brig
  • The village in the Mattertal Valley is one of the most popular winter sports resorts in Switzerland. Located at the foot of the world-famous Matterhorn, it offers pure luxury in the Alpine world with its exclusive shops. It is clear that a trip to Zermatt is also worthwhile in summer. A blue lake, a green lake and a black lake are waiting for the hiker as a cooling off. • Phone 027 966 81 00
  • The Valais is bilingual. The capital for the French-speaking Valaisans is called Sion, the Upper Valaisans - who speak German - call it Sitten. The government, the bishop and also a cardinal reside there. A walk through the beautiful old town is quiet an experience. Such as the walk to the two castles of Valeria and Tourbillon. • Phone 027 327 77 27
    Vineyards and the castles of Sion
  • Milan, the capital of Lombardy, is only 2 hours by train from Brig. The modern centre around (Mussolini's) central station is dominated by the Pirelli Tower. Trade fairs are held in the district of Fiera. The most interesting place to visit is the historical centre of the city around the cathedral.
    Cathedral of Milan
  • Those who spend their holidays with us should definitely also visit Stresa and the Borromean Islands on Lake Maggiore. Take the train from Brig to Domodossola and then on to Stresa in just over an hour. After a tour and lunch, the journey continues to Isola Bella, the largest of the Borromean Islands.
    The Isola Bella, Lake Maggiore
  • Already in the 19th century, Interlaken was known for its impressive mountain world. Its success as a tourist resort was boosted by the construction of the Bernese Oberland Railways and in particular the Jungfrau Railway in 1912. Located between Lake Thun and Lake Brienz, the town is dominated by the Eiger, Mönch and Jungfrau. Interlaken - a centre of attraction for a multicultural public and a shopping centre of a special kind.
    Interlaken, See
  • You would like to visit a real Swiss chocolate factory? At the Maison Cailler we open the gates to the world of chocolate. Experience with all your senses the secrets surrounding the origin and manufacture of chocolate.
    Logo of the Cailler brand
  • Chaplin - one of the most amazing masters of emotions. Experience the magic of this artist of the film world, who spent many years at the end of his life on Lake Geneva. Discover this exhibition in Corsier Sur Vevey, dedicated exclusively to the artist and man Charlie Chaplin.
    Chaplin exhibition
  • In the ossuaries of Naters and Leuk the skulls and bones of the deceased were carefully stacked. The ossuary in Naters was built in 1514 and can still be admired. The inscription says: "What you are, we were. What we are, you shall be."
    the old town and the church of Naters

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