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Located in the small village of St.Antönien is the historical Grisons inn, the Hotel Restaurant Rhätia. We embody a traditional atmosphere like for a hundred years, yet supply a bit of luxury from today. In the antique wooden beds fitted with comfortable mattresses, you will sleep like a bear. We offer several different options in the hotel or in the dormitories, depending on your budget and preferences. There are 28 beds in 15 rooms at the hotel and 14 beds in two dormitories. The kitchen spoils you with specialties from the Grisons and a diverse menu, as well as offers vegetarian cuisine. With ample space (120 people), we can cater to business and family gatherings of all kinds. If you prefer a calm and tranquil setting, find your way to the oldest part of the house (300 years old), in the parlor, for a cozy spot. The sun terrace offers wonderful views of the Prättigauer mountains and accommodates up to 60 guests. However, even the panoramic dining room fends off a bad mood regardless of cloudy weather.
Check-in: Wednesday - Sunday from 2.00 pm Monday / Tuesday from 5.00 pm
Check-out: until 10.00 am
Winter season: from mid-December to Easter
Opening hours: Wednesday to Saturday, 9.00 am - 11.30 pm Sunday, 9.00 am - 10.00 pm
Weekly closing: Monday and Tuesday
St. Antönien is easily reached year-round by public transport and private car. From Landquart, take the train to Klosters / Davos. Get off in Küblis and change to the public bus that stops right outside of the Hotel Rhätia (stop: St.Antönien Platz) after a short 30 minute drive. If coming by car, follow signs to St. Antönien from Küblis, leaving the Prättigauer Street and driving up through Luzein and Pany for 11 kilometers to Hotel Rhätia where hotel parking is available.
Parking in front of the house.
In St. Antönien all parking spaces are subject to a charge. In the car parks you can pay with cash, Parkingpay-App, Easy-Park or TWINT.
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