This historic hotel, built in the Jugendstil (Art Nouveau) style, enjoys an idyllic location on the edge of a forest. Five different accommodation types are available, ranging from economy to family suites (some with balcony). Half-board restaurant with rich and regional breakfast buffet, small wellness oasis with adventure pool, sauna, steam bath, relaxation room with tepidarium, fitness room and large garden with lawn to soak up the sun. A footpath leads to famed Lake Cauma. Cost-free shuttle bus to mountain rail for skiers in winter.
Idyllically located boutique hotel with unique panoramic views of the mountains and glacier. All rooms and suites are generously proportioned, with every comfort. Landscaped swimming area with wellness centre. Walk-in wine cellar that can also be used for private dinners. In the framework of our half-board Culinarium Offer, guests enjoy around 20 different à-la-carte dishes. The "La Ferme" restaurant is the right spot to delight in typical, regional and long appreciated Valais specialities - while the rustic "Fee Chäller" is dedicated to traditionel Swiss dishes such as fondue and diverse Rösti specialities.
The romantic and friendly mountain hotel has 10 individual rooms, 2 family rooms as well as a luxurious suite with private jacuzzi. All rooms have been completely and carefully refurbished. The culinary focus is on specialities from Ticino. Small spa, massages and beauty treatments with mountain arnica oil and alpine plant essences. All year round, there are numerous possibilities for activities in unspoilt nature right at the doorstep: crystal cave, horse trekking, snowshoe hikes, etc.
The mountain inn dating from 1875 was expanded in 2003 by a modern construction and since then, it is also open in winter. Different room categories, dormitory, family room, and romantic room. A special treat is the outdoor hot tub for relaxing surrounded by alpine scenery. Quality mountain cuisine, large sunny terrace. The beautiful nature surroundings are ideal for ski tours, hiking and biking, or rock climbing, to name just a few.