Hotel Landgasthof Kemmeriboden-Bad

Hotel Landgasthof Kemmeriboden-Bad

The Hotel Kemmeriboden-Bad is located near the wildly romantic headwaters of the river Emme.

It is therefore an ideal starting point for unforgettable hikes into the Emmental, the UNESCO protected Entlebuch biosphere and Thunersee-Hohgant...more

Romantik Hotel Bären Dürrenroth

Romantik Hotel Bären Dürrenroth

Monument of national importance, distinguished as historic restaurant under the patronage of UNESCO. more

Landgasthof Ruedihus

Landgasthof Ruedihus

Built in 1753 in the original chalet style with an ornate facade, bull's...more

Hotel Landgasthof Kemmeriboden-Bad

The Hotel Kemmeriboden-Bad is located near the wildly romantic headwaters of the river Emme.

It is therefore an ideal starting point for unforgettable hikes into the Emmental, the UNESCO protected Entlebuch biosphere and Thunersee-Hohgant nature park.

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.

Romantik Hotel Bären Dürrenroth

Monument of national importance, distinguished as historic restaurant under the patronage of UNESCO.

Located in Emmental, this hotel has a country inn and conference centre. 24 rooms and 6 suites lovingly and stylishly decorated in the guesthouse Kreuz. A variety of historical rooms and halls for up to 120 guests. Culinary delights are served in the gourmet restaurant Rother-Stube or in the cosy "Hornussen" lounge. A farmhouse from 1744 is home to the seminar building today.

Landgasthof Ruedihus

Built in 1753 in the original chalet style with an ornate facade, bull's eye panes and rustic interiors, it is one of the most beautiful hotels in the Bernese Oberland and enjoys the protection of the Swiss Confederation.

This country inn is situated one kilometre from the centre of Kandersteg, opposite its sister hotel the Doldenhorn, whose indoor pool and wellness centre can be used by Ruedihus guests free of charge. Eight charming rooms, two junior suites and two restaurants: The Chäs u Wystube (cheese and wine bar) with raclette, fondue and rösti, and the elegant Biedermeierstube with Swiss specialities such as Sure Mocke (wine-braised beef), Zürigschnätzläts (sautéed strips of veal, served in a cream sauce with rösti) and Blauseeforellen (Blue Lake rainbow trout).