The "Engiadina" is an inviting, small hotel and, amongst other things, is constructed from lots of local timber and adorned with Engadine sgraffito. Bright rooms with beautiful mountain views, a pleasant restaurant and a rustic garden terrace invite guests to linger. The warm ambience, the refined, attentive service and the wide selection of freshly-prepared delicacies (including specialities from the region) as well as the extensive wine list provide for the best of holiday moods.
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 Hotel du Pillon is a historic hotel with lots of charm! Perched above the village of Les Diablerets, it has 14 rooms with breathtaking views, some of which look out onto the Diablerets Glacier and enjoy sunshine all year round. Built in 1860, the hotel is situated between Vers L'Eglise and les Diablerets on the old pass road leading up to the Col du Pillon. As the last grand hotel dating from this era, its facade is now a protected historical monument. The hotel was beautifully restored in 2007.
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.