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Did you know that the Hotel Lenzerhorn Spa & Wellness is one of the oldest buildings in Lenzerheide? The hotel’s foundation walls date back to 1888!

People holidaying on the Lenzerheide plateau a hundred years ago enjoyed the peace and solitude of the mountains. The first photos of Lenzerheide generally depict Alpine meadows, the two hotels on Julierstrasse, the spa and the Lenzerhorn mountain.

Tourism became fashionable, largely thanks to the English, who were enthusiastic travellers. And this gave the fledgling holiday destination of Lenzerheide the boost it needed.


Construction of the Pension Lenzerhorn guesthouse with 8 rooms (sleeping 16) and a small restaurant by Leonard Rischatsch. It is the second-oldest hotel in Lenzerheide.


The building is inherited by Caspar Bossi, and the business is run and built up by three generations of the Bossi family until it is sold in 1997.


The hotel is modified to include 30 rooms with central heating, running water and bathrooms/toilets on each floor.


Expansion by a further 12 rooms, with private bathrooms and toilets.


Construction of the sun terrace and a further restaurant.


Hotel is taken over by Hotel Lenzerhorn AG under the direction of Aldo Bossi.


Construction of spa area with steam bath, sauna and quiet room.


Expansion of the top floor to include two apartments.
The passenger lift is moved from the centre of the building (the area that is now the ladies toilets) to its current location on one side.


Ownership of the hotel transfers to Lucerne-based company Rosette AG. The owner, Cornelis Kraaijeveld, is keen to give the Lenzerhorn a new, contemporary look.


The terrace is expanded to its current size. Extension of the hotel to include a new building with 13 rooms, outdoor and indoor pools and a conference room.


Remodelling of the production kitchen and new floor in the à la carte kitchen.


Construction of the Heid-Stübli restaurant (formerly a conference room) & renovation of 20 rooms in the old building.

Restoration of the main entrance (at the back).


Renovation of the final five rooms in the old building and construction of the pizza oven in the Heid-Stübli restaurant.
Restoration of the terrace and walkway; addition of the external staircase.


Restoration of the spa entrance and installation of air conditioning throughout; complete remodel of the Heid-Stübli kitchen.


Renovation of the lift in the old building.


Complete renovation of the flat roof over the Kuchkästli restaurant and the roof of the new building.


The historical building is taken over by local entrepreneur Luzi Bergamin.


Change of leadership: Irene Gangwisch leaves the hotel and Elias Leu from the Canton of Lucerne takes over management.

Two-month conversion process: the former private flats on the fourth floor are turned into two stylishly furnished luxury holiday apartments.


The Hotel Lenzerhorn’s 130th anniversary. We celebrate our history!

Renovation of two show rooms in the new building.


Refurbishment of five Superior Double Rooms in the new building.

New stairway to the sun terrace from the car park.


Refurbishment of five Luxury Double Rooms in the new building.

New Superior Family Room.

Expansion & remodelling of the 1888 wine cellar.

New bike wash station.

New exterior walk-in freezer.


Acquisition of Hotel Spescha in November 2021.

The Spescha family, who have run the Hotel Spescha with great success for over 30 years, pass the keys to the reliable hands of the AlpinTrend Group.

The traditional Hotel Spescha is run as an annexe to the Hotel Lenzerhorn under the name of Haus Spescha.

The hotel Lenzerhorn gains 4 more rooms, 12 apartments, 1 penthouse chalet and around 10 staff.


Terrace redesign with large cubic planters.

and there’s more to come…


The Hotel Lenzerhorn and its annexe Haus Spescha together comprise 54 chic, contemporary, comfortable rooms and three luxury holiday apartments. Guests can enjoy tempting cuisine at any of three restaurants, the Kuchikästli, the Heid-Stübli and the Restaurant Spescha, and unwind on the spacious sun terrace with views of the Graubünden mountains. They can also relax in our wellness area with open-air saltwater pool and indoor pool.

Depending on the season, our guests are looked after by a team of between 45 and 75 staff.

The Hotel Lenzerhorn Spa & Wellness with Haus Spescha is part of the AlpinTrend Group, which is owned by local resident Luzi Bergamin.


Originally a coal cellar, this room has been a storeroom for all kinds of things over the course of its 135-year history. In 2004 the Lenzerhorn crew bit the bullet and cleaned, hammered, sanded, shovelled, plastered and painted the walls, giving every last corner the unique flair it has today. A traditional wine cellar that’s well worth a visit.