Hotel Engiadina

Quite unique: the Hotel Engiadina is a genuine Engadin house dating from the 16th century, in an idyllic location in the ancient centre of the village of Scuol. more

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Hotel Restaurant Rohrimoosbad

Being situated in the Lake Thun-Hohgant Nature Reserve, the "Rohrimoosbad" is a good central starting point for excursions to the Bernese Oberland... more

Hotel Restaurant Rohrimoosbad
Hotel Nest- und Bietschhorn

Hotel Nest- und Bietschhorn

The Hotel Nest- und Bietschhorn, the oldest hotel in the Lötschental valley, was built in 1868 in the golden age of British alpinism. more

Hotel Engiadina

Quite unique: the Hotel Engiadina is a genuine Engadin house dating from the 16th century, in an idyllic location in the ancient centre of the village of Scuol.

Quite unique: the Hotel Engiadina is a genuine Engadin house dating from the 16th century, in an idyllic location in the ancient centre of the village of Scuol. The lovely spacious pine-clad rooms are very tastefully decorated and offer every luxury. Guests are treated to selected regional specialities and varied evening menus in either the romantic Stüvetta, the idyllic Cuort or the cosy Ustaria restaurant.

Hotel Restaurant Rohrimoosbad

Being situated in the Lake Thun-Hohgant Nature Reserve, the "Rohrimoosbad" is a good central starting point for excursions to the Bernese Oberland and the Emmental region.

Nostalgia in a top location: this former spa hotel, built in the Jugendstil and a listed building, is above all impressive for its idyllic location and traditional charm. Its rooms are decorated in an appealing, homely style, with simple comforts and hot and cold running water. With its peaceful location above Thun, in the midst of wonderful pine forests, the hotel is a tempting place to relax from the hurly-burly of everyday life.

Hotel Nest- und Bietschhorn

The Hotel Nest- und Bietschhorn, the oldest hotel in the Lötschental valley, was built in 1868 in the golden age of British alpinism.

The Hotel Nest- und Bietschhorn, the oldest hotel in the Lötschental valley, was built in 1868 in the golden age of British alpinism. It has been renovated and enlarged on several occasions since then and these days prides itself on its family atmosphere, naturalness and painstaking attention to detail. In the cosy dining room complete with open fire guests are treated to the culinary delicacies created by chef de cuisine Erwin Bellwald, whose ability to move with the seasons has earned him a place in the guide-bleu.