This cozy charmer, a five-minute walk from the main train station, has been a favorite since it opened in 1896 (back then it was caled the Touristenhotel Perrin). Although the name has changed, the family running it has not, and the warm hosts Caroline and Sylvain Stefanazzi Ogi are very much a part of the everyday operations. Rooms are accented with burnished wood, and some feature balconies. A mini-spa with a hot tub, steam room and sauna is just the thing you need after
a day on the slopes. Two restaurants—a rustic stübli serving local cheeses and a more elegant dining room offering international cuisine—are both excellent options.