To be, or not to be? The delightful Hôtel du Théâtre has opted unambiguously for the former! What was once a 19th century townhouse has been transformed into a comfortable hotel with 24 individually furnished rooms and lots of charm. Breakfast is served in the garden in fine weather and both the station and all the main shopping streets of the old town are just a three-minute walk away.
Even just the location is fantastic! Perched high above Degersheim and surrounded by lush countryside, this pleasant three-star establishment is committed to providing contemporary comforts, personal service and a very warm welcome. The cuisine is as varied as it is excellent and hence a hot tip for larger functions such as seminars and gala dinners. Guests are sure to enjoy their stay here, especially those wanting to flee the stress of everyday life and relax amidst beautiful scenery.
The Hotel Nest- und Bietschhorn, the oldest hotel in the Lötschental valley, was built in 1868 in the golden age of British alpinism. It has been renovated and enlarged on several occasions since then and these days prides itself on its family atmosphere, naturalness and painstaking attention to detail. In the cosy dining room complete with open fire guests are treated to the culinary delicacies created by chef de cuisine Erwin Bellwald, whose ability to move with the seasons has earned him a place in the guide-bleu.
It is said to be the sunniest hotel in all of eastern Switzerland. The Wildhaus Hotel Sonne certainly enjoys a wonderfully sunny location. It has 30 comfortable rooms furnished in traditional rustic alpine style as well as spacious 2- and 4-roomed holiday apartments. In the à-la-carte restaurant housed inside seven tonnes of Maggia granite guests can help themselves to a sumptuous salad buffet, while those hoping to be bewitched can sample the culinary virtuosity of the Häxä-Stubä (literally "the Witch's Den").