Rougemont - traditional village

Rougemont - traditional village

A very unspoilt traditional village in the Pays-d’Enhaut. The traditional timber chalets are frequently adorned with proverbs as well as flowers from spring to the autumn. The church of Rougemont is a jewel of Romanesque architecture that dates...more

In the footsteps of Cäsar Ritz.

In the footsteps of Cäsar Ritz.

King of hoteliers - Hotelier of kings.Retrace the footsteps of his life.more

Roman Mosaics - Erstwhile Country Estate

Roman Mosaics -...

The Roman Mosaics of Orbe consist of eight magnificent mosaic floors...more

Landvogthaus

Landvogthaus

The Glarner Grosstal is a historical gem that welcomes guests in style.more

Rougemont - traditional village

A very unspoilt traditional village in the Pays-d’Enhaut. The traditional timber chalets are frequently adorned with proverbs as well as flowers from spring to the autumn. The church of Rougemont is a jewel of Romanesque architecture that dates from the 11th century. It was constructed by monks of the Cluniac order. The church and the adjacent castle both enjoy listed-building status.

Rougemont is an unspoilt traditional village in the valley of the Pays d’Enhaut, whose gentle landscape is home to an exceptional variety of local fl ora and fauna.

In the footsteps of Cäsar Ritz.

King of hoteliers - Hotelier of kings.Retrace the footsteps of his life.

The king of hoteliers – and hotelier to kings. Follow in the footsteps of his career.

Roman Mosaics - Erstwhile Country Estate

The Roman Mosaics of Orbe consist of eight magnificent mosaic floors that decorated a Gallic-Roman estate dating back to the year 170. The mosaics give the visitor an inkling of the enormous wealth of the lord of the manor and gentleman farmer, whose villa had more than 100 rooms.

The Roman Mosaics of Orbe consist of eight magnificent mosaic floors that decorated a Gallic-Roman estate dating back to the year 170. The mosaics give the visitor an inkling of the enormous wealth of the lord of the manor and gentleman farmer, whose villa had more than 100 rooms.

Landvogthaus

The Glarner Grosstal is a historical gem that welcomes guests in style.

The impressive and over 400-year-old manor house is today a charming private hotel with four romantic and differently furnished rooms.