Guesthouse located directly on the river Inn, mentioned as far back as 1565. Alterations were first done in 2002, with six new suites built on the second floor in 2008. Wellness area with sauna, steam shower and massage. Four stone pine panelled rooms. The kitchen has been awarded 14 Gault Millau points. Both the Michelin Guide and Guide Bleu praise the excellent value for money. 40 Grüner Veltliner wines by the glass.
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.
Idyllically located on Lake Hallwil, there are two matching hotel areas with individual rooms: natural chic in the Seerose Classic and uncompromisingly modern in the Seerose Elements, a modern design hotel with 3 tower suites. Seerose Restaurant: Seasonal, traditional and Mediterranean cuisine (13 GaultMillau Points). Samui-Thai Restaurant: Royal Thai cuisine (14 GaultMillau Points).
The Hotel du Théâtre was reopened following major renovations in 2000, the architect Pia Schmid and Andreas Meyer having created a theatre and cinema world of hospitality out of the six-story building. The unique art concept is omnipresent in this elegant city hotel. Centrally located with a movie theatre just around the corner, it overlooks the nostalgic Polybahn funicular railway.