After reading much about the Hotel Mittaghorn I was concerned it wouldnt live up to our expectations but it did. If you are looking for a very remote village with million dollar views, Gimmelwald is the place and Mittaghorn is the hotel. As others have said, Tim was very helpful in answering any questions we had. While I was apprehensive about the rotating dinner menu, my husband accidentally told Walter that we would be eating dinner that night when he called to reconfirm our room. And Im so glad he did! At 15 chf, not only was it a steal, it was delicious! We ended up eating the other menu the second night of our stay. Soup, a main course, dessert, and wine. We are still talking about the yummy cream of leek soup (if you are reading this Tim, I emailed you for the recipe. Please send it my way!). The best part about the meals was meeting the other guests. We actually were seated next to a couple from my husbands hometown all the way in Texas! Both nights we enjoyed several hours of conversation with Tim and the other guests. My only complaint is that the walls are paper thin! Our second night there was a giant family with several small children staying in the room next to us and we could hear them screaming, playing, etc. Also we noticed that the two rooms on either side of us had balconies while ours only had a window so perhaps request a room with balcony (not sure if they are more money). Also come with a supply of 1 chf coins. You will need them for the hot water in the shower!