The Alpine Lodges in the Swiss village Pontresina are centrally located, yet quiet and with a mountain view. The building with its modern alpine architecture sets itself apart from the village´s typical Engadine houses. The Alpine Lodges‘ design is modern but pays respect to the traditions of the Engadine: regional ornaments and typical materials are used and interpreted in a contemporary way. Warm wood and soft fabrics come together with hard concrete and form an exciting composition. The furniture designed by award-winning carpenter Ramon Zangger is made of solid Swiss pine wood. The scent is reminiscent of holidays and contributes to a restful sleep. A wellness area as well as individually bookable services also ensure a relaxing holiday.
What to do
Skiing, cross-country skiing, hiking, mountaineering, golf, mountain biking, swimming in the mountain lakes, a spa and gourmet restaurants
Why we like this house
Modern alpine architecture, which proofs that concrete can be very homely.
Details of the property
Region/Town: CH – Switzerland, Graubünden, Engadin, Pontresina
Name: Alpine Lodge Pontresina Chesa Plattner
Scenery: in a village, with alpine panorama
Number of guests: 10 apartments, 2-6 people
Design: Hansjürg Stricker, www.arch-stricker.ch
Published: schoener-wohnen.de 8/2016
Special Features: The sister house Alpine Lodge Chesa al Parc is located nearby.