Grand Hôtel & Kurhaus

Built in 1896, the hotel is nestled harmoniously in a wild and romantic valley. It has always been a place of culture - Josephine Baker performed here in 1968 on Christmas Eve.

2,100 meters above sea level, this wellness hotel is located in the middle of a beautiful stone pine forest and surrounded by a large park. Dating back to the year 1896, the building exudes the comfort and durability of a mountain hotel. The colourful history of this hotel, shaped for four generations by the same family, is evident everywhere. Many of the 65 rooms offer an incomparable view of the nearby mountain peaks. The unique, quiet location guarantees pure relaxation.

Stein Castle Ruin

The locals still think of the ruins as their own Stein Castle. Standing majestically over Baden, it offers a magnificent view of the Old Town.

Hotel Albrici (Swiss Lodge)

This patrician house was built in 1682 by Bernardo Massella and was one of the Bavarian Illuminati centres.

Back in 1848, this was the first hotel in Poschiavo. Centrally located on the quaint village square. All rooms have been refurbished and are equipped with shower and WC. Ristorante-pizzeria serves Poschiavo and seasonal specialities, with crisp pizza straight from the wood-fired oven. The establishment is famed for the stunning dining room with portraits of Sybils, the cosy hotel bar with its open fireplace and its extensive terrace on the village square.

The Zwyssighaus Inn in Bauen

A typical, original Swiss block house, built with square timber, it boasts a steep gable. It was named after the composer and music teacher Pater Alberik Zwyssig, who was born here on November 17,1808. In 1841 he composed the Swiss Psalm, the Swiss National Anthem. In front of the house stands the Zwissig monument built in 1900 -1901 by the Lucerne sculptor Hugo Siegwart.

The Zwyssighaus Inn in Bauen received special mention because it was salvaged and carefully restored. Because of this, we now have the well-managed birthplace of Father Alberik Zwyssig, the composer of the Swiss Psalm.