The smallest hotel in the village, it has been a member of Swiss Design Hotels since 2008. Its style is pleasantly simple without being the least bit cold. In 2005 it underwent complete renovations, emerging with plenty of light wood and the most modern equipment. An alpine design is evident in the modern wooden furniture of the 13 rooms and 5 junior suites. Sauna, steam bath and fitness room. The exclusive restaurants "Stüva" and "EssZimmer" offer Italian cuisine.
The imposing Alte Zeughaus (old armory) shapes Solothurn’s cityscape since a good 400 years and, as historic building as well as museum, is certainly worth a visit.
The elegant hotel on Zurich's threshold was newly opened in April 2011 and upgraded to a 4-Star Superior Hotel following comprehensive renovation. The 50 rooms and 10 suites boast stupendous views over Lake Zurich and the entire establishment is wheelchair accessible. The restaurant with sun terrace serves light dishes and in the grill restaurant guests savour succulent flaming-hot steaks. Additional features include seminar rooms for 6-280 people, the Wellness SPA, bowling and events.