Enjoy every moment: the Hotel Postigliun is committed to pampering you in every way possible. The whole hotel which, thanks to its architectural style, fits perfectly into the village of Sedrun, positively exudes a rustic, homely atmosphere. The only Mediterranean touch is the restaurant with its pizzeria, where they serve fresh food and fine wines. Just nearby are the "Bogn Sedrun" wellness oasis with its indoor pool and the first golf course along the course of the Rhine (approx. 10 minutes by car).
Hotel Kreuz in Sachseln, Canton Obwalden, is situated in the very heart of Switzerland. The earliest documentary mention of this establishment dates back to the 17th century. The hotel's ancient walls have since then been combined with contemporary architectural elements, lending it a spirit of openness. It has 26 bright and spacious rooms, a restaurant with terrace that serves dishes made with fresh local produce and a banqueting hall for up to 80 guests. Guests can also avail themselves of the hotel's own sunbathing lawn on the shores of Lake Sarn.
The Edelweiss has grown in stature over the past three generations and is now an excellent three-star establishment. The two buildings, both of them built in traditional chalet style, command wonderful views of the mountains of the Lötschental, whether from the room balconies or from the restaurant's spacious terrace. In addition to the three-star rooms, there is also a floor with five family rooms in the cheaper, two-star category to enable even groups and families on a budget to explore the lovely Lötschental.
It is said to be the sunniest hotel in all of eastern Switzerland. The Wildhaus Hotel Sonne certainly enjoys a wonderfully sunny location. It has 30 comfortable rooms furnished in traditional rustic alpine style as well as spacious 2- and 4-roomed holiday apartments. In the à-la-carte restaurant housed inside seven tonnes of Maggia granite guests can help themselves to a sumptuous salad buffet, while those hoping to be bewitched can sample the culinary virtuosity of the Häxä-Stubä (literally "the Witch's Den").