Romantik Hotel Muottas Muragl by Franzun AG
By Sophie • Jan 12, 2013 • Selected Work
Set in the alps of Samedan, Switzerland, this sustainable, contemporary hotel is a 2010 renovation by Franzun AG.
Visitors can look forward to unforgettable views and a luxurious, yet environmentally conscious mountain retreat.
Bookings are available through Muottas Muragl.
Romantik Hotel Muottas Muragl by Franzun AG:
“During summer 2010, the entire Berghotel Muottas Muragl was completely renovated. Particular focus was placed on the aspect of environmental-friendliness, giving rise to the first plus-energy hotel in the Alps.
Besides constructing the building according to the principles and requirements of the Swiss “Minergie” ecological label, this project went one step further. Although the surface area of the building was extended from 1,700 sq. metres to 2,700 sq. metres, despite the 50% increase in size, it was possible to reduce the energy consumption by 64%, from 436,000 kWh/a to 157,400 kWh/a.
This was achieved by insulating the building in line with the latest standards and by generating renewable energy from five different sources.
With this ground-breaking energy concept, the Romantik Hotel Muottas Muragl was awarded the Swiss Solar Award 2011 and the PlusEnergieBau® (PEB) Solar Award 2011.
Awaiting you at the completely renovated Berghotel Muottas Muragl are 16 romantic rooms furnished in Swiss stone pine. The rooms are very comfortable and decorated with a great deal of charm.
Each room is equipped with a WC, shower and/or bath, and free W-LAN. The larger double rooms also accommodate a sofa bed and are therefore ideal for families.
Spend the night at 2,456 metres above sea level – an unforgettable experience.
Mountain dining high up on Muottas Muragl means enjoyment in harmony with the Engadin Alpine world. The romantic Berghotel Muottas Muragl, with its harmonious decor of Swiss stone pine and walnut, provides a stylish ambience for each and every culinary occasion.”
Photos by: KMU Fotografie
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