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Romantik Hotel Muottas Muragl

High up in the Swiss Alps the Romantik Hotel Muottas Muragl in Samedan is located just above a valley of lakes, mountains and aureate light. Already the arrival by funicular allows this experience to be the beginning of an unforgettable stay. In addition to the fantastic view of the ice-covered Bernina Group up to the Upper Engadine Lakes, the guests can look forward to an extraordinary culinary experience, 16 romantic rooms fully furnished with pine wood and a perfect blend of 100 years of tradition and modern architecture at 2,456m above sea level. After extensive renovations, the hotel reopened in 2010, being the first energy-plus hotel in the Alps, and was, thanks to the pioneering energy concept, awarded with the Swiss Solar Prize. For hostess Anne-Pierre Ackermann, it is exactly this combination that creates the special and unique atmosphere of the hotel.

The Romantik Hotel Muottas Muragl sets new culinary standards at the Panorama Restaurant where regional and Mediterranean influences merge in order to create a unique and fine cuisine. Accompanied by the noblest wines, “Mountain Dining” promises exquisite and divine moments, set in an elegant environment. Smaller conventions or meetings find space in the comfortable “Arvenstübchen”. For a little snack, the restaurant “Scatla” provides just right offer: The modern restaurant impresses with its large glass front displaying the view of a breath-taking scenery. Through the futuristic architecture of glass and wood, it sets itself apart from the traditional items of the hotel. The terrace offers a surrounding in which guests feel in harmony with the mountains, whilst wineglasses try to outshine the stars, and guests are able to discover and enjoy the luxury of regional and international cuisine. Festivities can be held just a few steps away from the mountain station: The lovingly converted Villa Lyss promises true chalet romanticism in a serene and pleasant atmosphere and can be rented for just about any occasion.

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