This hospice on the Piemont-Burgund trade route was mentioned in documents dating back to 1142. Rebuilt in 1932 between two dams after the flooding of the former hospice. The first electrically heated hotel in Europe. 1930's furnishings by Horgen Glarus. The building style of the time is evidenced by the stone pine and tower rooms. The large lovingly-maintained wine cellar was established because of the traders who passed by the inn.
為傳統瑞士酒店愛好者The Grimsel Hospice was mentioned in documents dating back to 1142 as being Switzerland's first hotel. Originally a hostel for those transporting pack animals, it was the first electrically heated hotel in Switzerland. The building was first transformed into an impressive hotel by architect Jacques Wipf. Reopened in 2010 after improvements that retained its former glory.
Guests never fail to be impressed by the hotel lounges under monument protection, the 1930's-style rooms, the stunning rock cellar, and the unique location above an artificial lake. An inspiring destination for hikers, connoisseurs and culture lovers.
Inspiring Meeting HotelsIdeal for exceptional conferences, this historic Alpine hotel reigns supreme in the heart of the impressive Grimselwelt: a sensuous, modern interior, large Swiss pine and tower rooms, high Alpine location next to the storage dam. Culinary emphasis on regional seasonal dishes. The famous rock cellar is stocked with 300 first-class wines. Exciting excursion programme: Gelmer funicular railway, power station tours, Trift bridge etc.
- Power station tours
- Trift bridge hike
- Thrills on the Gelmer funicular railway
- Steinalp glacier trail
- E-Bike tour
- Ski tour