Hotel Nest- und Bietschhorn



The Hotel Nest- und Bietschhorn, the oldest hotel in the Lötschental valley, was built in 1868 in the golden age of British alpinism. It has been renovated and enlarged on several occasions since then and these days prides itself on its family atmosphere, naturalness and painstaking attention to detail. In the cosy dining room complete with open fire guests are treated to the culinary delicacies created by chef de cuisine Erwin Bellwald, whose ability to move with the seasons has earned him a place in the guide-bleu.




The Lötschental with the famous Lötschen Gap is one of the most unspoiled High Alpine valleys there is.

The romantically rugged mountain scenery here is home to an abundance of flora and fauna, making it an inviting place to go hiking, or even just to be.

The Hotel Nest- und Bieschhorn at the foot of the Bietschhorn has a tradition dating back to the early days of alpinism.

It even has its own history trail where guests can learn all about the history of one of the oldest hotels in the Upper Valais.