Everyone needs a place to lay their weary head. For travellers visiting Pontresina, Gasthaus & Hotel Berninahaus is an excellent choice for rest and rejuvenation.
Free wifi is offered to guests, and rooms at Gasthaus & Hotel Berninahaus offer a desk.
During your stay, take advantage of some of the amenities offered, including baggage storage, newspaper, and a coffee shop. Guests of Gasthaus & Hotel Berninahaus are also welcome to enjoy a sauna and an on-site restaurant. For travellers arriving by car, free parking is available.
For those interested in checking out popular landmarks while visiting Pontresina, Gasthaus & Hotel Berninahaus is located a short distance from Ice Stupa Village (1.5 mi) and Alp-Schaukaserei Morteratsch (1.5 mi).
Whether you’re travelling for business, pleasure or both, Gasthaus & Hotel Berninahaus is sure to make your visit to Pontresina one worth remembering.
I had a booking with this hostel in February 2022 for two nights and was excited to be staying at such an historic and beautifully located inn whilst attending the White Turf Racing at St Moritz. Sadly due to the terrible storm Eunice that savaged Europe on the 18th/19th February I was unable to travel on my original outbound day as all rail travel and most flights were cancelled (including my flight with British Airways) so I wasn’t able to get going until the following day and was only able to stay just the one night. Once I knew my flight was cancelled I contacted the hostel immediately and requested to cancel one of the nights booked due to the highly extenuating circumstances but they declined citing their terms and conditions of booking - no refunds. For six months I have been trying to reclaim the one nights stay from my insurance company but unfortunately it is not covered under delay so I went back to the hotel manager and pleaded my case once again. It fell on deaf ears, no refund terms and conditions apply! Even though I did everything possible to let them know I couldn’t travel and made the trip to stay at least one night they have shown a complete and uncaring arrogance. This was a once in 50 years Storm for goodness sake, surely exceptional circumstances should be looked upon with empathy and not an attitude of tough luck? So the moral of this review is make sure you have insurance cover that doesn’t contain ’acts of god’ exclusions and always, always read your hotel booking terms and conditions. Incidentally, I also had a non refundable booking at the Mercure Hotel at Paddington London on the night of the storm and they allowed me to cancel without charge, bravo the Mercure!…
A great place to stay not far from St Moritz! In Switzerland everything is crazy expensive, especially in this area, but this hotel was comparatively cheaper and offered a great deal with skipasses for a day for 45CHF (instead of 90-100). The hotel itself is far from everything so you'll need a car, BUT it's very nice - cute wooden rooms, cosy restaurant with delicious food, excellent breakfast, super nice polyglott staff. If I ever come back here, it will be to this hotel!
Friends of ours stayed in Pontresina (Four-Star Hotel). Comparing the quality, size of the rooms Berninahaus does not need to hide. Good quality beds too. Breakfast is top and one never leaves hungry. Very close to Diavolezza gondola. Great snow-show walks close by (we loved Alp Bondo trail)! Will come again.
We stayed here with three people, got two nice rooms and had a pleasant dinner in the dining room. It's all very well organized, super clean and a great place to stay if you go into the mountains the next morning.
Very nice cosy hotel close to Diavolezza. Clean and newly decorated the hotel is a gem for a weekend of total relaxing is the silence of Divaolezza. Very kind the owner (forgot her name) and have missed the dinner at the restaurant that sounded attractive, will go for the fondue chinoise (to be booked in advance) next time!
It,s an old and typicle swiss location. We had a very warm welcome and were feeling at home in no time. The rooms are very nice. Swiss wooden furniture and a moder bathtoom made the stay very pleasant. The surrounding of the hotel is breathtaking and certainly worthwile to take a hike. Restaurant was great. They serve typical swiss kitchen which was great. The breakfast is top with a great variety of choices.
My husband and I stayed here for one night in mid-April and were happy with the hospitality and accommodations, but there wasn’t much to do in the area at this time. The hotel is located across the street from Bernina Suot train station, and that’s all that is there. We were aware of this at booking but thought there would be more to do in nearby Pontresina, accessible by train. However, the hotel was quite busy. Our train was canceled due to an avalanche so we were stuck for the afternoon but it appeared most visitors had cars and parking was free onsite. Dinner was pricey but very good. Breakfast was included. Room was comfortable but we would have appreciated a small refrigerator for snacks and wine. The shower had a curtain rather than a shower pan and doors, so it was hard to keep the entire bathroom floor from getting wet. The dog was super sweet! Very friendly service. This is probably a wonderful place in summer when you can hike all over from this launching point - very scenic.…
It was by accident that we - a family of three - came by that century old guesthouse and were completely blown away: what a warm welcome by the owner (they only started that business 15. December 2017, before they cooked at the famous Palazzo Von Salis in Soglio), what a wonderful stuva (mountain restaurant) and what a great menu which is absolutely innovative and full of local specialities like capuns, pizzocheri, specialities from nearby Puschlav valley and several kinds of fondues (cheeses and chinoise) Also the starters are amazing: we had beetroot carpaccio, a great garden salad (it s not easy to please with a green salad but this one did indeed) and a wonderful local speciality soup. We later enjoyed a cheese fondue with fresh mushrooms and a wonderful local white wine (Pinot Grigio). Unfortunately, we were too full to taste the tempting desserts. Also the service was very attentive and friendly, always around if needed but not over attentive. The century old house has been renovated with great taste and attention to details. Hyper modern meets history. Gorgeous. All in all an exceptional experience and we certainly will come back as soon as we are back in Engadin Valley and in Switzerland. …
Dropped by for lunch on a hike. There was a bus outside, indicating that this is a place popular with travellers from abroad as well. Indeed, very nice place to visit to sample some original food from the area. Cosy, wooden interior makes it a place to linger. The starter salad was self-serve from a well stocked salad buffet, with free bread. The main and desert were both excellent and service friendly and efficient throughout. Well recommended!!
A five hundred year old hotel and restaurant on the old road over a mountain pass across the street from a train station. It was wonderful for a night on our summer trip, and now I want to visit in the winter.