Kemmeriboden-Bad has been welcoming guests for more than 150 years and hence has a long tradition of hospitality. The hotel was in family hands right from the start. Originally a spa hotel, these days it offers rest and relaxation plus fine dining in a lovingly restored building with every conceivable comfort and a modern infrastructure. In the mean time, it has more than 30 rooms to offer: from doublerooms, to mini-suite, family rooms and multi-bed rooms. Famed throughout the region for its cuisine, the hotel serves creations ranging from the classic to the contemporary made only with fresh produce, most of it sourced locally.
Family run 1887 built hotel managed by the fifth generation. Cosy 3-star comforts and typical Graubünden style, with rooms furnished with many antique objects. 16 well furnished guest rooms along with tasteful restaurant and carefully prepared Bündner dishes and specialities including Put or Capuns. The 3 «Chalets Trafögl» chalets beside the hotel at the edge of the woods also belong to the hotel.
The history of this inn goes as far back as 1364, although the current building structure dates from the 17th century. Between 1990 and 1992 the building was completely renovated in cooperation with the Department for the Preservation of Historic Buildings and Monuments. The 3rd generation of this family-owned guesthouse manages it with much dedication and cultural sensitivity. The halls can accommodate between 20 and 100 guests.