Engadine tradition meets the handcrafted art of French santons
Hand-sized nativity scene figurines made of clay, typical of the French region of Provence. These figurines are exhibited in display cases set in the Swiss stone pine walls, and each one has its own story to tell.
Sample our local delicacies in the Sulèr restaurant, with capuns (meat rolls, wrapped in a chard leaf and oven-baked with cheese), pizzoccheri pasta and various types of rösti. All dishes are of course made with fresh ingredients.
A coffee break with a pinch of nostalgia
A sweet aroma lingers in the air, which is hardly surprising: the Oldboy is right next door to Hotel Klarer’s patisserie. You won’t exactly find a typical coffeehouse-feel ambience here. The walls are decorated with nostalgic photos of pupils from the local secondary school, long ago, and of Zuoz. These photos will take you back in time on a mini journey of discovery while you enjoy your coffee break or snack!
The joyous vitality of the Engadine Valley.
Bright colours, expressing the joyous vitality of the Engadine Valley. Murals by artist Peter Dernier adorn our Stüvetta. Enjoy lunch or just a coffee served with a delicious slice of cake in this wonderful room.
Tip for families: Enjoy your coffee and cake while your children have fun in our play area!
Breakfast fit for a king
A hearty breakfast buffet awaits you every morning in our Arvenstübli Seletta, with different cheeses, salsiz (local Swiss salami from the canton of Grisons) and homemade jams. There is also plenty of fresh bread, as well as cakes and croissants – straight out of our patisserie’s oven.
Absolutely nothing in your fridge? Don’t worry, you’re welcome to come and enjoy our breakfast even if you’re not staying over at our hotel!
Small, sophisticated and cosy
Duringthe high season, our restaurant is open on friday and saturday evening. Get a table in the nice "Stüvetta veglia" (old room) and let us surprice you!
Note: The Stüva Veglia is an imitation. You can visit the original at the Engadiner Museum in St. Moritz.