The architecture of Hotel Schweizerhof is a harmonious blend
of nostalgic elegance and contemporary alpine chic.
A number of architects have had a hand in shaping Hotel Schweizerhof over the past century. In 1981 the Zurich architectural firm of Wolfgang Behles created the central part of the hotel, which still exists, and also added the new “Alpine Chic” annex in 2006. This new building was realized by the Chur architectural practice of Silvio Karlen, with Tanja Jörimann and Werner Woodtli from Domleschg contributing the interior design.
The new wellness facilities were planned and realized by the architectural firm of Max Dudler (Zurich and Berlin). Zurich artist Mayo Bucher acted as artistic advisor for the Turkish hammam. Already in 1995 ‑ 82 years after it was first built ‑ the “Dependance” annex was completely gutted and 32 nostalgic-style rooms were created by architects Rausch, Ladner, Clerici (Rheineck).
In the spring of 2010, all 32 of these “Nostalchic” rooms were again sensitively renovated.