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... Comfortable double bedroom with shower or bath
These rooms are not all the same, but all are furnished in a homely chalet style, have double beds with two separate mattresses and a bathroom with shower or bathtub. The rooms are facing south to our beautiful hotel garden, to the east with a wonderful morning sun or to the west with a view of the mountains of Gstaad and all have a balcony or a terrace.
The great view underscores the glory of the holidays in the Swiss Alps ... above all you have one thing here: peace!
Our guests enjoy pure peace, feel our small force place or enjoy sociable evenings in our Hüttli. Originality and modernity are our hand to guarantee a special hotel experience.
In the summer there is a weekly program with guided hikes, excursions with picnics and small events. A large garden offers plenty of space to relax and unwind.
Our guests benefit from a rustic wellness area with indoor pool, bio sauna, Finnish sauna, steam bath, outdoor Kneipp-Fountain and an organic swimming pool in the garden.
The prices are per day and per room / apartment, including a rich breakfast buffet and the use of all the infrastructure. VAT is included in the price.
Dogs and of course all other pets are allowed and cost CHF 12.00 per day without food.
Summer and winter you can park your car free of charge in our outdoor parking. A place in our underground car park can be reserved during the winter months for CHF 15.00 per day. In the summer these places are also free.
All prices plus visitor's tax per day and per guest (to be paid locally): adults CHF 3.60, child (12-16 years) CHF 1.80 and child under 12 years. free.
Cancel up to 24 hours before your trip and get a full refund. Cancel within 24 hours of your trip and the first night is non-refundable.
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