This Victorian hotel, built in 1895, is situated in the Jungfrau region. Several generations of the family who owns it have renovated and maintained it in such a way that its special historic charm has been preserved. 44 nostalgic rooms, a stately restaurant and a cosy house bar for a few relaxing hours. Large terrace and a secluded park.
This hotel is situated at the end of an historic mule track, which is the Ofen Pass road today. After it had stood empty for more than 100 years, the Schweizer family took it over in 1954 and today the second generation of Schweizers runs this hotel. Accompanying authentic food and drink is their home-made South Tyrolean wine. A theatre and the stylish Davidoff Lounge round off the offerings.
Former manor house of the noble family of Antonius Mÿsanus, located in the traffic-free historic village centre. Adorned with natural materials, it was opened in 2003 in its present form as an arts and culture hotel. Historic as well as modernised rooms, of which three are wheelchair accessible. Breakfast in the cellar; banquets of up to 60 people can be accommodated. Smallest Whisky Bar in the world with a large selection of single malts.
Forces Motrices, the imposing cultural center, “swims” in the middle of the Rhone River. Located in the former water works it is today a renovated oasis with theater and opera performances as well as exhibition halls with a capacity of 950 persons.