3-star hotel in a sun-drenched location with views of the Engadine mountains. 32 comfortable Swiss stone pine rooms of varying sizes and 1 junior suite. Three restaurants, Piano bar, smoking lounge. Newly designed hotel park with sun terrace, the "Gondelezza" (a nostalgic Diavolezza gondola), lawn with deck chairs, children's play area and three clay tennis courts. Wellness facilities, indoor pool and solarium also available in the Hotel Walther next door. Covered car park. Free transfer from Pontresina station.
Historic charm and all mod cons: this building, first built in 1864, was completely renovated in 2009 and now offers the unique atmosphere of the 19th century combined with the latest technology and all modern conveniences. This first-class 3-star hotel has 82 non-smoking rooms and is very centrally located just beside the SBB station. All the main museums, theatres and sports stadia, the zoo, Exhibition and Conference Centre and the historic town centre are all within easy reach on foot or by public transport.
Three-star hotel in sunny and tranquil location at the heart of Saas Fee, far from the main road yet close to mountain rail and the town center. Personally run by the owners, this hotel constructed 5 decades ago has continually been updated. Sixteen light and friendly rooms, most with balcony and mountain views. All- inclusive offers and special workshops, classy restaurant & bar, free WLAN, inviting garden premises and pets welcome at no extra charge.
Once the jewel in the resort of Ftan to which celebrities like Marlene Dietrich and Yehudi Menuhin flocked and stayed, the "Bellavista" is today an uncomplicated but comfortable hotel that offers great scope for personal initiative. Active tourists and families who are seeking a cosy "home", but no unnecessary comforts, will feel they have truly arrived here. The bus stops immediately in front of the hotel; the chair lift to the ski and hiking region can be reached in five minutes. The "Bellavista" lies on the Via Alpina and the Inn cycle way. Prince Charles was one of the guests of the Bellavista in 1963.