"Unique in the world:born of a hotel tradition dating back over a century"Thomas and Anne-Rose Walther, Maîtres de Maison, present their property:
In Switzerland there is a very special canton - one where Romansh, Italian and German are all spoken. This is the canton that set the scene for the novel Heidi. Here the tracks of the Bernina Express, recorded in the list of Unesco World Heritage Sites, cross the Alps and wend their way around more than seven hundred lakes. We are in the canton of Graubünden - the setting for Hotel Walther, which has all the appearance of a fairy-tale castle. Today our guests can enjoy elegance and comfort born of a hotel tradition dating back over a century . The water in the spa flows from a mountain stream, and the Cristallino grotto, hewn out of Andeer green granite, is unique in Europe. ‘La Stüva’ restaurant is equally stunning: with dining room walls panelled in elegant 200-year-old spruce, it serves a cuisine with seasonal products.