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The Alpina Hotel:
A place for body, mind and soul

The Alpina Hotel, dating back to 1897, features 27 rooms and suites, a restaurant, a sunny terrace, and a luxurious spa. It has been lovingly restored in the style of the Golden Twenties, during which the hotel experienced its heyday.

From the hotel, one can overlook the quaint mountain village of Tschiertschen. The narrow streets lined with typical wooden houses seem frozen in time. The tranquility and connection with nature quickly make one forget about the hustle and bustle of everyday life. The mind becomes clear, and one is ready to focus on what truly matters.

The nostalgic ambiance, peace, and unique atmosphere make this place an extraordinary retreat to recharge, organize thoughts, draw energy from nature, and (re)discover the joys of indulgence.


Indulge in culinary delights

With a fresh culinary concept, we have ushered in a new era in our traditional resort. Light, with a love for (taste) details and creativity in the interplay of flavors. Regional ingredients, herbs, and spices from the mountains, as well as local farm products from Tschiertschen, take center stage. Take time to savor your meals, feel the nuances of taste, and experience true indulgence.

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Panorama Restaurant im The Alpina Mountain Resort in Tschiertschen
Panorama Restaurant

Here, light alpine dishes made predominantly with regional ingredients are served. With the sun terrace and the stunning view of the mountain landscape, it's truly a delightful experience in multiple ways.

Restaurant La Belle Epoque im The Alpina Mountain Resort in Tschiertschen
La Belle Époque

Transported back to the twenties, a dinner feels like a fairytale time travel. Whether it's for special occasions, a romantic dinner, an unforgettable celebration, or a wedding, it creates an enchanting experience.

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Alpina Bar

For an aperitif, digestif, a fine glass of wine, exquisite spirits or cocktails, or to be inspired by the stories that the Alpina Bar has already witnessed, indulge yourself. Whether it's a cup of tea or coffee, the bar offers a perfect setting to relax and immerse yourself in its history.

Zimmerauswahl Alpina

Ihr Rückzugsort

Getting a good night's sleep is of utmost importance for sustainable regeneration. That's why we have placed special emphasis on sleep at The Alpina. All rooms are furnished with Swiss stone pine wood, and the floors are made of oak wood. High-quality mattresses complete the overall impression, ensuring a restful and rejuvenating sleep experience.

Your room selection

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Classic Double and Single Room
  • Size approx. 14-18m²

  • Double or single bed

  • Bath with rainforest shower

  • Flat screen digital TV

Double room superior
  • Size approx. 19-23 m²

  • Double bed

  • Bath with rainforest shower

  • Work desk

  • Flat screen digital TV

  • Balcony

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Junior- & Mastersuites
  • Size approx. 33-34 m²

  • Combined bedroom and open plan living area

  • Bath with rainforest shower

  • Flat screen digital TV

  • Balcony

Well & Being

With our "Well & Being" wellness package, we aim to support you in replenishing your energy reserves in nature and with nature, savoring mindful moments, and carrying inner balance into your everyday life after your vacation.


The Shan Spa, our Alpina Body & Mind offerings, and the therapy program are all designed with this in mind.

All wellness services are also available for guests who are not staying with us.

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Shan Spa

Small, but exquisite: sauna world, relaxation lounge, whirlpool, and soothing treatments.

Be activ

Yoga, meditation, guided herb walks, bike tours, and more ensure an active balance.


An eventful history

Tschiertschen welcomed its first holidaymakers in summer 1892, even before the road link to Chur was built. The bracing climate of the Alps meant conditions in the idyllic mountain village were ideal for a high-altitude health resort. When he built the 40-bed Hotel Alpina in 1897, Christian Hold from Arosa ensured it had with panoramic views, situating it in an idyllic position above the village of Tschiertschen.

Past and future

Geschichte des The Alpina Mountain Resort in Tschiertschen
Heyday before the Second World War

In the summer, owner Michel Hold leased the hotel to Mr Brenn, then to the Ackermann couple from Ins. Former dishwasher Jakob Wiesner was appointed as chef and leased the property from 1927 to 1937. The hotel had central heating and running water on all corridors. Wiesner was followed between 1937 and 1939 by Victor E. Pierroz-Ritter from Western Switzerland. 

During the war the building stood empty for some time and was then used as a home for internees and refugees in 1944/45. 

From a refugee home to a Friends of Nature house

Chef Adam Stocker (1914-1989), who had previously worked at Gasthaus Central and the Hotel Edelweiss, purchased the hotel from Michel Hold in December 1946. Prior to that, he had been head chef at the Hotel Carlton Elite in Zurich until 1939. He ran the Alpina with his wife Barbara Stocker-Hartmann until 1973, when the hotel lease was taken over by their son, Andreas Stocker-Vinzens and his wife Esther. The title to the hotel was signed over to them in 1978. Andreas Stocker extended the hotel further in 1984/85.

In 2001, Marina Sciamanna and her son-in-law took over the building and took an innovative approach, running the business as a Friends of Nature house for guests from Holland on a budget. 

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Acquisition and renovation

Dr. Peter Knobel and Andre Meier, two dedicated second home owners in Tschiertschen who were concerned about the development around the Alpina, convinced Malaysian entrepreneur TEO AH KHING to acquire the property in April 2013. Teo Ah Khing, an architect who works all over the world, immediately fell in love with Tschiertschen and the Alpina and undertook renovations between 2013 and 2015. The grand opening was held in December 2015. The building became a jewel on the left side of the Schanfigg valley, a meeting place for style-conscious connoisseurs, and Tschiertschen once again became a self-assured part of the Graubünden tourist landscape. The Alpina spent the pandemic in hibernation from April 2020 to the end of 2021, reopening in all its glory on 10th December 2021.

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