Located in Emmental, this hotel has a country inn and conference centre. 24 rooms and 6 suites lovingly and stylishly decorated in the guesthouse Kreuz. A variety of historical rooms and halls for up to 120 guests. Culinary delights are served in the gourmet restaurant Rother-Stube or in the cosy "Hornussen" lounge. A farmhouse from 1744 is home to the seminar building today.
The history of this inn goes as far back as 1364, although the current building structure dates from the 17th century. Between 1990 and 1992 the building was completely renovated in cooperation with the Department for the Preservation of Historic Buildings and Monuments. The 3rd generation of this family-owned guesthouse manages it with much dedication and cultural sensitivity. The halls can accommodate between 20 and 100 guests.
A 30's style hotel, located in the heart of the monastery. The family Guler has owned and managed it since it opened its doors in 1938. Three 3 junior suites were added in 2003. The legendary Chesa restaurant boasts 15 Gault Millau points and serves a cuisine that adapts to fresh market produce. In the Chesa Bar there is live music, while eating raclette becomes a whole new experience in the Carigiet Bar and Tavern with its bowling alley.