Come on in!

Experience sport, culture, cuisine, conferences, courses, and the outdoors. Hotel Laudinella in the beautiful Upper Engadin valley is open all year, and offers exciting deals at attractive prices. We look forward to seeing you!

More than a hotel.

¾ Board.

Half-board good-bye! Within the Laudinella Dine Around you enjoy ¾ board, with afternoon coffee and cake included.

More than half-board.

Dine Around.

Vacation time is pampering time. Up to six restaurants invite you to participate in the Laudinella Dine Around – for only CHF 35.– you can dine each evening in the restaurant of your choice.

More than food.

Home of Triathlon.

In the Engadin, you can train like numerous top athletes, such as Olympic gold medallist Nicola Spirig. Here you will find optimal conditions for cycling, swimming and running.

More than training.

The next winter will come for sure…

… so we have compiled an attractive special offer for CHF 980.—


Cult and Culture.

On 15 July 2015 Herbie Hancock and Chick Corea are performing together at the Laudinella Concert Hall. We are looking forward to welcome these great artists!

More than a concert.

Get easy on the top.

Staying at the Laudinella you enjoy during summer season mountain railways and public transport included and during winter season you can book the ski pass for just CHF 35.– per day, bookable fort he entire stay and with the second overnight.

More than mountains.

Indoor pool included.

Fun, action and relaxation at the indoor swimming pools Ovaverva – for Laudinella-guests just round the corner included.

More than water.

Crystal Events included.

On the move with a mountainbike, gliding over the mountains, learning about the cultural history, sailing over the lakes; at the Laudinella you enjoy the Crystal Events-Service included.

More than one experience.

Guest appearance in an art nouveau setting.

From 1 December 2015 the Laudinella Cooperative opens doors to 144 enchanting rooms and spendid communal rooms at the Hotel Reine Victoria, St. Moritz.

More than Laudinella.