A stay in this hotel becomes a journey through time, because the traditional Hotel Ofenhorn is steeped in history. Rooms, passages and dining room exude the spirit of the Belle Époque, for the original furniture and decorations from the time the hotel was founded still grace the interior spaces. Some of the rooms were renovated to be cosy, while four were lovingly restored as "nostalgic rooms" and are reminiscent of the pioneering days of the hotel industry. Even the restaurant keeps to the traditional with its Valais specialities.
This inn is idyllically situated on the Rhine in the historic little bridge town of Eglisau. It was first mentioned as far back as 1523. In 2007 the Hirschen was reopened after four years of renovation. Seven rooms and suites with the atmosphere of the 17th, 18th and 19th centuries, but with 21st century comfort. Gourmet restaurant with 1 Star Michelin and 17 Gault Millau points and bistro with a terrace overlooking the river.
Originating from seven historic houses in Lucerne's old town and mentioned for the first time as a "pinte" (restaurant) in 1517. Every year, 1-3 rooms are comprehensively renovated. Two restaurants - the rustic Burgerstube and the Sauvage restaurant (14 Gault Millau points). Two of their famous dishes are the Beef Stroganoff and Chateaubriand, both prepared at the table. The Kesselturm parking garage is right next door.
Seiler Hotels' traditional Monte Rosa is located in the centre of Zermatt's car-free area. During 2008 and 2009, it was renovated down to its finest details. Dining room with table d'hote menus (set menus) and weekly theme nights. Dine Around Arrangement means half-board guests can choose from 13 restaurants in winter and 9 in summer. Guests have free access to the Mont Cervin Palace wellness area.