Originally created in the 1950s, the hunting lodge that houses the hotel has been renovated with one guideline: Alpine glamor.
The property, which now has 36 rooms, has been completely restyled with bright spaces giving way to Alpine landscapes. The architecture, built from Swiss pines, blends in perfectly with the backdrop of the Snowy Mountains. Wide stone walls reinforce this typical high mountain chalet atmosphere, while clean lines counterbalance and add a touch of refinement. The emphasis is firmly on comfort and the warm atmosphere of the place.
The "Full Package"
The property, reopened on November 27, now offers a package including transfer in a hybrid car, a welcome drink, breakfast and access to the wellness area. The 360km of slopes access PASS is also included, which makes it a formula of choice for winter sports enthusiasts.
Luxury and Adventure are one
The concept has been reworked down to the smallest details, in fact, the catering offer is now based on high quality products and drinks, mostly from surrounding producers. Its Well-being Area offers meditation, coaching and yoga sessions, a steam bath with local herbs and an Onsen with a view of the resort and the Matterhorn. It also has a yurt under which customers are invited to choose and pick herbs for infusions.
Sustainable development as an essential vector
The Hotel, which has its own heat pump, a modern recovery system and a photovoltaic system, enable it to meet up to 95% of its energy needs for hot water and heating. The architects also opted for high-quality, long-lasting materials rather than based solely on aesthetics.