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.
The unique Hotel Restaurant Lej da Staz is right away from it all and quite out of the ordinary too. The smallest hotel in St. Moritz, it is the epitome of a romantic, fashionable hideaway, a place for peace and quiet, free time and doing nothing. Guests are delighted by the ten traditionally decorated rooms full of alpine charm, and the excellent "Cuschina engiadinaisa", which concentrates on regional delicacies. Genuine and personal hospitality is the top priority at the Staz. Personal shuttle service for hotel guests (departures every 30 minutes, in winter also to the Signahlbahn, St. Moritz).
A hotel with a long (family) history: the Hotel Alpenblick was built in 1914, has been altered and extended several times since then and is now run by the fourth generation of the family. It is located at 1100 metres in a sunny situation with breathtaking views of Lake Thun and the Bernese Alps. The comfortably equipped rooms have a wireless LAN and digital TV, while the country-style restaurant offers a wide range of seasonal specialities and there is a beautiful garden with a panoramic terrace.
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").