Built in 1817 as a nobleman's house, the "Margna" has been welcoming guests since 1901. The historic charm of an Engadin manor house makes this hotel, decorated in elegant country-house style, quite unique. The renovated pine-clad rooms, stately reception rooms decorated with antique furniture and paintings, and first-class restaurants guarantee an authentic holiday experience. Active relaxation is provided by the new wellness area and, in summer, a private 6-hole golf course, a sand tennis court and mountain bikes for hire.
Breathe in deeply please, because it was not by chance that this lovingly refurbished hotel, with its individually designed rooms and outstanding spa facilities, was originally built in 1878 as a sanatorium where people came to take the air. This is where the Bernese Oberland shows its most natural side. Today the hotel, lake and country park all belong together and offer guests an experience like no other in Switzerland. Attractive conference facilities and the Gault Millau rated restaurant make this hotel just perfect.
A historic hotel at the village center, located at 1600-meter-altitude in a car-free spot with views of the Eiger, Mönch and Jungfrau. 52 nostalgic and well-kept rooms with one to four beds, 12 of which with own bathroom. Large conservatory, sunny terrace, diverse rooms for meetings or festive gatherings and a cuisine focussing on regional products and vegetarian dishes. Hiking trails and ski slopes are within walking distance.
It was already known to travelogue authors at the beginning of the 19th century who praised the seemingly endless views from atop the peak of Mt. Faulhorn. This is not surprising: Here one sat in the "privileged aisles" and witnessed the overwhelmingly beautiful spectacle called Eiger, Mönch und Jungfrau and viewed half of Switzerland into the bargain.