Spectacular central situation right below the Matterhorn. The 19 rooms all have a balcony and are very spacious. Exciting culinary highlights are offered at the hotel's own restaurant "After Seven" - awarded 15 Gault Millaut points - where art and first-class cuisine join together. Cozy coffee bar "Du Theatre". At the exclusive theme spa, spirit mixes with art, nature and water in a dance of the senses. Pool with sand pearls, openair jacuzzi. The hotel also has a library, a cinema, a sports shop, and a gallery.
The cocktail hour in the Säntis cable car is always a good bet: the revolving bar allows for excellent views in all directions as the gondola reaches the top at a reduced speed.
Even though one normally spends night in bed, it would be a shame not to at least throw a glance outside if one happens to spend the night at the Mountain Hotel First. The view is not only spectacular during the day, but is even fascinating at night.
The west side of the Männlichen plateau drops off in a precipice, while the east flank dips towards the glacier village Grindelwald -- in the midst of this natural throne lies the Mountain Hotel Männlichen, built in 1870 when Alpine tourism was just starting off.