For lovers of Historic Hotels
Originally a farmhouse, it has belonged to Grisons nobility, the Von Salis family, since 1877. Nicholas Hartmann converted it into a patrician villa in 1883. Wooden loggias, facades with historic sgraffiti and wrought-iron work adorn this hotel. The rooms are painted, panelled with stone pine and decorated with stucco. Original stone pine rooms and the Von Salis room contain furniture from different eras.
Certified by ICOMOS
Historic Hotel of the year 2015
The Hotel & Restaurant Chesa Salis in Bever is famous for its well-preserved historic rooms. Not something to be taken for granted in a building that was originally built as a farmhouse in 1590, transformed into a patrician villa in 1884 and then converted into a hotel in 1981. For the jury, this was a key reason to pick the Chesa Salis as the Historic Hotel of the year 2015.
For lovers of Typically Swiss HotelsEvery room is an attraction unto itself with a refined character, right down into the detail: the Chesa Salis is an enchanting hotel in which the old and new complement each other with grace and finesse. And it is as unique as Bever itself.
The locality along the route of the Rhaetian Railway, which has been accorded UNESCO World Heritage listing, has been able to retain its historic architectural character to the present day and is ideal for guests seeking relaxation.
This genuine mountain hamlet in a sunny spot offers tranquility, relaxation and close proximity to unspoilt natural surroundings.
from northern Switzerland: Basel or Bern - Zürich - Saragans - Chur - Tiefencastel - Julierpass - Silvaplana - St. Moritz - Samedan - Bever from Austria: Landeck - Martina - Scuol - Zernez -Bever from Italy: Como - Chiavenna - Casaccia - Malojapass - Maloja - St. Moritz - Samedan - Bever