Small hotel, big design

Carsten Schmidt, the architect of Rössli, merged the small rooms of the old hotel into larger ones, as less is more and ample space is the hallmark of a good hotel room. He created a warm, cozy, and cheerful atmosphere with wooden floors, brightly colored textiles and furniture, a large mirror, and colorful glass as a partition to the shower. The play of colors and materials is a homage to the mountain world around Rössli. For a good night’s sleep, guests can enjoy beds from the “Beautyrest Collection” by Simmons.

In the film, Doris and Ueli Kellenberger talk about the joys and sorrows of construction and introduce their hotel. As film music, the songwriter Beda Zimmermann from Sarganserland sings the “Rössli Blues.”