In 1883, Rudolf von Salis-Muralt commissioned the famous architect Nicolaus Hartmann to transform this 1590 farmhouse into a stately patrician villa. Since 1982, the Chesa Salis has been a hotel with the charm of a private home. Meter thick walls radiate warmth and aristocratic generosity. 18 comfortable guest rooms bear witness of old-world craftsmanship. In the comfortable lounges, guests enjoy culinary delights and regional specialties.
Special Commendation 2000: The guesthouse 'Rössli' in Mogelsberg, a model village when it comes to retaining its ancient structure, was constructed after 1785 either by Johann Ulrich or Johann Jakob Haltiner to a commission from Johann Georg Lenggenhager. The imposing log cabin style construction, faced with shingle, has a completely preserved exterior including impressive rows of windows encircling the three main storeys as well as a curb roof with four curving gables pointing in all four directions of the compass.
A hotel with a 330-year history of hospitality in the heart of Graubünden's capital: tradition is the keynote at Romantik Hotel Stern. 65 comfortable rooms, genuine Swiss stone pine panelling and stylish interior decor. The restaurant offers enticing and unusual Graubünden fare (honoured with many awards including 14 Gault Millau points) and exclusive wines from this canton. Service with style: To add a touch of nostalgia, guests are collected from Chur station in a vintage Buick. Located in the centre of Chur. Free car park.