Overlooking the impressive mountains of the Vallee of Prattigau and the famous Parsenn, in the Swiss Alps, is set this beautiful, sophisticated chalet in the style of Grisons, the Walserhof. Magnificent floral decorations welcomes guests in the outside, while in the inside you encounter an inviting entrance with a heavy oak door with Baroque metalwork and archaic carvings that opens onto an aged wood Stube, which was moved beam by beam from an ancient farmhouse across the valley, with a red-and-white patterned upholstered ceiling. Simultaneously elegant and cozy, in a gentle and romantic atmosphere, the bedrooms are supremely comfortable, with large beds and pine cupboards, done up with great restraint and European sophistication, some of them overlooking a sledge run. Its restaurant and café, decorated with ancient carved wood, stone, stucco, and quarry tile, are the perfect places to be spoiled by the particularly attentive, family style service all around the hotel, and enjoy the superb cuisine based mainly, in French, Italian, regional dishes and local specialties. A stay at this hotel means vast fields of snow in winter and long sunny walks in summer.