I had a wonderful stay here. The rooms have a minimalist feel to them with modern furnishing, hard surface flooring, and a painted, almost oriental feeling design suggesting a mountain on the wall. Each room has a balcony facing the village church and mountains. The view of the Alps on clear days is spectacular. Rooms are completely accessible, yet very comfortable for those who do not have mobility impairments.
Internet connections (wireless) are free. Food in the Aurora restaurant is fresh and beautifully served. Each morning for breakfast, they put out a variety of fresh fruits, warm from the oven breads, several varieties of cheese, meats including lox, cereals and yogurt. We had two evening meals included as part of the conference and they were both wonderful-one even included a pasta and shrimp and they didn't stint on the size and number of shrimp in the dish
Lunches were taken in the cafeteria of the adjoining paraplegia rehabilitation center and again they quite tasty. Much tastier than the food I'm used to encountering in hospital cafeterias (and as a registered nurse, I've eaten more than my share of food in hospital cafeterias).More
- Free Wifi
- Free Parking