Hotel Nest- und Bietschhorn

The Hotel Nest- und Bietschhorn, the oldest hotel in the Lötschental valley, was built in 1868 in the golden age of British alpinism.

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.

Berggasthaus Kronberg, 1663m

The Kronberg has double rooms for eight guests and dormitories with beds for up to 45 people.

The Berggasthaus Kronberg has double rooms for eight guests and dormitories with beds for up to 45 people.

Aspen Alpin Lifestyle Hotel

This chalet-hotel, newly renovated in 2012, is an exciting discovery with its unique sun terrace leading directly onto the valley run.

In a magnificent location above Grindelwald. The legendary Kleine Scheidegg downhill run passes right by the sun terrace of this 4-star design hotel. Straightforward but innovative mountain tourism with a strong regional focus is the keynote at this modern yet cosy hostelry built in the rustic chalet style. It is managed personally by the Grossniklaus family. Country-style Alpine parlour, bar and lounge. Rooms of various sizes, one penthouse (130 m2). Luxurious wellness centre with outdoor whirlpool and superb panorama.