Nestling in unspoiled countryside and surrounded by magnificent mountains, the Hubertus is situated on the banks of the river Rhone, or the "Rotten" as it is called here. The rooms are all tastefully furnished in rustic style and the hotel has a wellness area with indoor pool, whirlpool, herbal steam bath and Finnish sauna. Whether they dine in the conservatory, the Hubertus-Stube or on the sunny terrace, guests can look forward to delicious seasonal fare made with fresh produce and accompanied by an excellent Valaisan wine from the well stocked cellar.
The Edelweiss has grown in stature over the past three generations and is now an excellent three-star establishment. The two buildings, both of them built in traditional chalet style, command wonderful views of the mountains of the Lötschental, whether from the room balconies or from the restaurant's spacious terrace. In addition to the three-star rooms, there is also a floor with five family rooms in the cheaper, two-star category to enable even groups and families on a budget to explore the lovely Lötschental.
Built in 1817 as a nobleman's house, the "Margna" has been welcoming guests since 1901. The historic charm of an Engadin manor house makes this hotel, decorated in elegant country-house style, quite unique. The renovated pine-clad rooms, stately reception rooms decorated with antique furniture and paintings, and first-class restaurants guarantee an authentic holiday experience. Active relaxation is provided by the new wellness area and, in summer, a private 6-hole golf course, a sand tennis court and mountain bikes for hire.
The Hotel Nest- und Bietschhorn, the oldest hotel in the Lötschental valley, was built in 1868 in the golden age of British alpinism. It has been renovated and enlarged on several occasions since then and these days prides itself on its family atmosphere, naturalness and painstaking attention to detail. In the cosy dining room complete with open fire guests are treated to the culinary delicacies created by chef de cuisine Erwin Bellwald, whose ability to move with the seasons has earned him a place in the guide-bleu.