Bistro Steinhalle

Bistro Steinhalle

Bern's History Museum was opened in 1894. In the annex, cultural treasures of stone were stored until 1998. Today it is home to Bistro Steinhalle. Some of the most beautiful art works were integrated into the Bistro, and in the summer months the bistro is one of the most beautiful open-air...more

Belle Epoque

Belle Epoque

In the "Le Chariot" restaurant, diners on the terrace under the arcades are pampered with delightful culinary treats, three times a day. In the...more

Kirchenfeld

Kirchenfeld

Many unforgettable hours can still be spent here in the charming bistro...more

Hotel Bellevue Palace

Hotel Bellevue...

A member of the Leading Hotels of the World with 128 luxuriously...more

Bistro Steinhalle

Bern's History Museum was opened in 1894. In the annex, cultural treasures of stone were stored until 1998. Today it is home to Bistro Steinhalle. Some of the most beautiful art works were integrated into the Bistro, and in the summer months the bistro is one of the most beautiful open-air terraces in Bern.

Belle Epoque

In the "Le Chariot" restaurant, diners on the terrace under the arcades are pampered with delightful culinary treats, three times a day. In the evening, guests enjoy specialities from the “Chariot du Rôtisseur”, accompanied by old and new-world wines.

Kirchenfeld

Many unforgettable hours can still be spent here in the charming bistro and the elegant restaurant. There are also changing art exhibitions in the restaurant.

Hotel Bellevue Palace

A member of the Leading Hotels of the World with 128 luxuriously furnished rooms and suites (including three tower suites and the 110 square-metre Presidential Suite).

This luxury hotel is set in the heart of Bern City beside the Parliament Buildings. Its location and history are just as unique as its superb service and views of the Bernese Alps. 128 rooms including 24 suites provide a pleasing blend of tradition and modern comforts. La Terrasse (16 Gault Millau points) and the Bellevue Bar provide politicians and journalists with a popular meeting place.