Boasting fantastic views at 2840 meters, the Blüemlisalphütte dwelling lies at a 5-minute distance above the Hohtürli, which is the pass road between Kandersteg and Kiental. The fastest climb here takes 4 hours. An ideal hut for touring the Blüemlisalp mountains, which in the Jungfrau-Aletsch region, form part of the UNESCO World Heritage list. Diverse climbing gardens & 138 sleeping spots in several dormitories. Hut sleeping bags are a must & hut slippers available. Half-board & card payment possible.
Even just the location is fantastic! Perched high above Degersheim and surrounded by lush countryside, this pleasant three-star establishment is committed to providing contemporary comforts, personal service and a very warm welcome. The cuisine is as varied as it is excellent and hence a hot tip for larger functions such as seminars and gala dinners. Guests are sure to enjoy their stay here, especially those wanting to flee the stress of everyday life and relax amidst beautiful scenery.
The unique Hotel Restaurant Lej da Staz is right away from it all and quite out of the ordinary too. The smallest hotel in St. Moritz, it is the epitome of a romantic, fashionable hideaway, a place for peace and quiet, free time and doing nothing. Guests are delighted by the ten traditionally decorated rooms full of alpine charm, and the excellent "Cuschina engiadinaisa", which concentrates on regional delicacies. Genuine and personal hospitality is the top priority at the Staz. Personal shuttle service for hotel guests (departures every 30 minutes, in winter also to the Signahlbahn, St. Moritz).
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").