Good Hotel Guide Review
‘A superb family hotel with universally friendly staff’, Chesa Rosatsch is formed of four historic houses located in the centre of a ‘lovely, cosy’ village. A nominator says, ‘The real plus is the eating arrangements, amazing for a small hotel. The main restaurant, 300 years old, with tremendous ambience, serves truly gourmet food’. There is a second area, the Stuvas Rosatsch, wood-clad in local style and serving slow food – the first hotel in Switzerland to do so. ‘The newly-renovated bedrooms are cosy with lots of wood, and lots of wardrobe/shelf space, great for all the skiing clobber.’ Some have balconies, and duplexes have sleeping lofts. There’s also a modern apartment in a new building. Breakfast and afternoon cake with coffee or tea is included in the room rate. Hiking paths and gondolas are nearby. Celerina’s ski facilities connect with those of ‘rather built-up’ St Moritz. ‘The truly adventurous can take an accompanied ride on the Olympic bob track which finishes near the village. A heart-stopping 80-second thrill of a lifetime’.
Via San Gian 7
00 41 8183 7010 2
35 rooms in 4 houses, plus an apartment.
Closed end March to mid-June approx.
Wi-Fi, 2 restaurants, lounge, bar, spa, parking.
Yes, cots and extra beds available.
Yes for CHF 20 per night.
All major cards accepted.
Standard double room from CHF 190-470, breakfast included.