Café du Petit-Paris

Café du Petit-Paris

Awarded in 1997 in recognition of the restoration of the old interior décor and the enhancement of the exterior. Marble finishing and neogothic elements lend the ambience an air of authenticity and a clear statement is made of how a thoughtful restoration in accordance with guidelines for the...more

Jugendstil-Hotel Paxmontana

Jugendstil-Hotel Paxmontana

The Art Nouveau style hotel stands on a hill in Flüeli-Ranft, the workplace of the holy brother Klaus von Flue. On the ground floor the Art Nouveau...more

Klosterhotel St. Petersinsel

Klosterhotel St....

Located in a former convent, this hotel is a singular experience....more

Landgasthof Ruedihus

Landgasthof Ruedihus

Built in 1753 in the original chalet style with an ornate facade, bull's...more

Café du Petit-Paris

Awarded in 1997 in recognition of the restoration of the old interior décor and the enhancement of the exterior. Marble finishing and neogothic elements lend the ambience an air of authenticity and a clear statement is made of how a thoughtful restoration in accordance with guidelines for the care of historic monuments can make a big impact. One of those who helped our chef hone his skills was Paul Bocuse, one of the twentieth century's top chefs.

Jugendstil-Hotel Paxmontana

The Art Nouveau style hotel stands on a hill in Flüeli-Ranft, the workplace of the holy brother Klaus von Flue. On the ground floor the Art Nouveau rooms provide an outstanding aesthetic and historically authentic experience, the rooms having been redesigned based on old examples.

The Art Nouveau style hotel stands on a hill in Flüeli-Ranft, the workplace of the holy brother Klaus von Flue. The house was renovated for more than 2 years in compliance with national monument protection criteria, reopened in December 2011 and has now 83 rooms available equipped with the latest amenities. The restaurant "Veranda" with its picture window provides a clear view of the Sarneraa Valley and Glaubenberg ("faith mountain"). Culinary choices range from Obwalden to Swiss specialties.

Klosterhotel St. Petersinsel

Located in a former convent, this hotel is a singular experience. Located quietly and proudly in Lake Biel on St Petersinsel [St Peter Island], it has 13 authentic rooms, each offering an individual experience of different periods.

Located in a former convent, this hotel is a singular experience. Located quietly and proudly in Lake Biel on St Petersinsel [St Peter Island], it has 13 authentic rooms, each offering an individual experience of different periods. All have been redesigned with much respect for the historical structure. The culinary offerings are shaped by the products and recipes of the surrounding area and its monastic past. Their own island wine and Natura Beef supplied by the island's farmers have become an integral part of the menu.

Landgasthof Ruedihus

Built in 1753 in the original chalet style with an ornate facade, bull's eye panes and rustic interiors, it is one of the most beautiful hotels in the Bernese Oberland and enjoys the protection of the Swiss Confederation.

This country inn is situated one kilometre from the centre of Kandersteg, opposite its sister hotel the Doldenhorn, whose indoor pool and wellness centre can be used by Ruedihus guests free of charge. Eight charming rooms, two junior suites and two restaurants: The Chäs u Wystube (cheese and wine bar) with raclette, fondue and rösti, and the elegant Biedermeierstube with Swiss specialities such as Sure Mocke (wine-braised beef), Zürigschnätzläts (sautéed strips of veal, served in a cream sauce with rösti) and Blauseeforellen (Blue Lake rainbow trout).