This is one of the friendliest hotels in our selection, where nothing is too much trouble for English-speaking owners Peter and Susanne Kuhn and their staff, who extend a genuine welcome to you.
Rooms: Bedrooms are equipped with twin beds, a bath or a shower, telephone, radio, hairdryer and cable television. We include the south or east-facing rooms with a balcony, which can accommodate one extra bed. If you require more space, you can upgrade to a superior room, in which two extra beds can be added, or a family apartment, which sleeps up to five and consists of two bedrooms (one usually with bunk beds), one bathroom and a balcony.
Facilities: Besides spacious lounges and a bar, the hotel offers a sauna, a solarium, an outdoor hot tub with wonderful mountain views, and excellent children’s facilities. These include a free kindergarten for over threes between 5pm and 9pm from Sunday to Friday, play areas for small children as well as teenagers, Nintendo games consoles, table tennis, table football and billiards.
Restaurant: The high-ceilinged restaurant is the room which best exemplifies the hotel’s Art Nouveau architecture (the hotel was built in 1901). Its huge windows afford breathtaking views of the dramatic high mountains framing the village, which you can admire as you dine. A special buffet dinner is held every week, and there are regular fondue evenings and candlelit dinners as part of the extensive weekly programme of events, which might also include a ‘Swiss evening’ or an ‘Alpine hut evening’ on which you dine on pasta in the mountains before a torchlit descent back to the hotel. Children can dine at a special sitting at 6.30pm, with dessert served by means of the model train that runs around part of the dining room!