Ski & Spa

The Romantik Hotel Muottas Muragl in Engadin, Switzerland

January 9, 2012 by

The Romantik Hotel Muottas Muragl is positioned on one of the most gorgeous vantage points in the Engadin area and is known as the first plus-energy hotel in the Alps.

Waiting for guests at the totally refurbished Romantik Hotel Muottas Muragl are 16 romantic rooms endowed in Swiss stone pine. The rooms are very relaxed and decorated with a grand deal of charm. Each room is prepared with a WC, shower and/or bath, and free W-LAN. The bigger double rooms also house a sofa bed and are perfect for families.

Rooms offered at this stunning hotel are: Double “Palu,” Double “Bellavista,” Double “Roseg,” and Junior Suite “Bernina.”

Double Room is a small, yet comfortable room. It can be booked as a single or double room. At around 12 square meters, it is the smallest of their four room categories.

“Bellavista” is Rhaeto-Romanic for “beautiful view.” This room type has not been given this name without fine reason. Every one of these 16 square meter rooms shows off a splendid view over the Upper Engadin lake plateau, a truly fantastic experience.

The double room “Roseg” is a romantic attic room covering 22 square meters. Besides a double bed, it also comes complete with a comfy sitting area, and is perfect for a romantic stay for discerning couples.

Junior Suite “Bernina” is a jewel among all their rooms. It is the ideal place to spend extraordinary moments. The chic, cozy room covers 26 square meters and has a separate sleeping and living area, as well as a roomy roof terrace.

Mountain dining high up on Muottas Muragl means enjoyment in harmony with the Engadin Alpine world. The romantic Berghotel Muottas Muragl, with its harmonious decor of Swiss stone pine and walnut, provides a stylish ambience for each and every culinary occasion.

At The Romantik Hotel Muottas Muragl, you will spend the night at 2,456 meters above sea level, a truly extraordinary experience.



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