Function rooms

Whether for a seminar, a family celebration, a birthday party, your wedding or a business dinner - we take care of your well-being and our two design worlds provide the perfect setting.

Uno & Due 177 160 N/A 60 100 120

Uno & Due

Design world Design

The seminar room includes the nobly furnished design hall "Uno & Due", divisible into two separate rooms. All rooms in the design part are additionally equipped with a BOSE sound system and fully air-conditioned. A sophisticated lighting concept ensures optimal brightness, the seminar room offers state-of-the-art technology: fast W-LAN, a powerful and secured network, as well as beamers and flipcharts.



Nord & Sud 50 30 14 14 18 N/A

Nord & Sud

Design world Design

The seminar room can be ideally used as a plenum offering a top infrastructure. The Nord & Sud can be divided into the two breakout rooms Nord and Sud. All rooms in the design section are additionally equipped with a BOSE sound system.

Burgensaal 145 100 36 40 60 80


Historic design world

The seminar room with a view of the garden offers a top infrastructure. The Burgensaal can be divided into the three function rooms Wildensteinsaal, Ramsteinsaal and Falkensteinsaal.

S’alt Badhüsli & Badgrotte 35 N/A N/A N/A N/A 15

S’alt Badhüsli & Badgrotte

Historic design world

S'alt Badhüsli is the oldest still preserved stone building below the historical spring reminiscent of the time when people still pilgrimaged to the village for brine baths. Today, a large round table invites up to 15 people to a cosy dinner. The flickering of candles in the stone niches is reminiscent of times long gone.

In the adjoining Badgrotte a hermit allegedly lived in a rock cave which was regarded as a miracle healer. The original spring was uncovered a good 25 years ago and the water is now splashing out of an impressive limestone fountain. Today used as a wine cellar, it is the ideal place for a small aperitif or a romantic têtê à tête.

Badstube 40 N/A 40 N/A N/A N/A


Historic design world

The Badstube is a cosy banquet room for up to 40 guests and tells of the history of our house, which was first mentioned in writing in 1641. Art prints and photographs will take you back in time.