Free View Thanks to Perforated Balcony Claddings

Planning a hotel with the highest standards which fits seamlessly into a mountainous landscape at above 1800 meters of altitude was the task given to the Swiss architects of Mooser, Lauber & Stucky. The architects solved this task successfully and combined a rustic pattern of matured wood and modern perforated Cellon panels by Bruag to build a landmark building in the alpine town of Arosa. The building with more than 40 beds and 9 apartments offers a luxurious yet calm environment to allow guests maximum relaxation. Anywhere the guests stay, the architecture of the hotel always enables them to enjoy mesmerizing views of the beautiful scenery in the region.