A winter fairy tale Maiensäss hotel Guarda Val
Sleep in barns that are up to 300 years old, while still enjoying all the comforts of the modern age. Wake up feeling refreshed at the Maiensäss hotel Guarda Val above Lenzerheide.
Maiensässhotel Guarda Val, Lenzerheide
The eleven buildings are spread out across the hamlet of Sporz, 1,600 metres above sea level, directly above Lenzerheide.
Traditional yet contemporary at the same time.
A hacienda made in Switzerland
Before their eyes, they could see it as a place that brings their extended families together and feels like home, while at the same time offering guests from all around the world a truly special experience. The proprietors, Cornelia and Alfred Gantner, wanted hotel in a certain sense, but still quite different to what we know. More a refuge in the spirit of a farm, a hacienda made in Switzerland. This vision flourished into a hideaway that would not be out of place in any winter fairy tale. Charming, rustic decor combined with modern details are hidden behind walls that are up to 300 years old.
- 50 rooms The Maiensäss hotel consists of 11 buildings and two restaurants.
- 300 years Behind these 300-year-old walls, sophisticated technology ensures all the comforts of the modern age are provided.
- 1,600m a.s.l. The hamlet of Sporz is located above Lenzerheide in the heart of the Graubünden mountains and offers a wide range of activities for all ages.
Culinary fairy tale
Ralph Treuthardt is a trained chef and sets great store by quality in the kitchen and service as a result. Michelin star chef Martin Bieri conjures up high-quality dishes from fresh ingredients in the gourmet restaurant, for example. The Michelin-star chef's influence can be felt in the second restaurant too. The chefs there outdo themselves with creative ideas.
Feel right at home
The host is anxious to ensure that guests at the Maiensässhotel feel right at home here. Everything revolves around personal and individual service as a result. The outdoor hot tub is a particular highlight. But the hay beds and quiet areas with breathtaking views are another positive factor for guests' sense of well-being.