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Hotel Chesa Randolina
Tomas & Tanija Courtin
Via da Baselgia 40|CH-7515 Sils-Baselgia
Tel +41 81 838 54 54|Fax +41 81 838 54 00
hotel@randolina.ch
 
A privilege to be here! Baudelaire wrote: "If you can stay, then stay. Leave only if you must!"

Our guests have the choice of individually furnished rooms with a total of 68 beds. Cosy ambience and inspiring views.
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A privilege to be here! Baudelaire wrote: "If you can stay, then stay. Leave only if you must!"

Our guests have the choice of individually furnished rooms with a total of 68 beds. Cosy ambience and inspiring views.
Hotel Chesa Randolina

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There is no better way to describe how delighted our guests are here under the Engadine sun. Hotel Chesa Randolina is in the best of locations!

Our guests have the choice of individually furnished rooms with a total of 68 beds. Cosy ambience and inspiring views. This is what Chesa Randolina has to offer, thus making it a place where one would always be happy to return. Most of the rooms are decorated in typical Engadine style with native pinewood. All have a bath or shower, toilet, hairdryer, radio, direct-dial telephone, WLAN and mini-safe. For a small fee you can also have satellite television. Some also have a balcony or terrace. All rooms are located in a quiet setting with an impressive view of the alpine world of Engadine. Pets are welcome. The use of the parking spaces in front of the hotel is free.

The views of the Alps from the windows are classic. But each and every moment is presented anew by the changing influences of light and air, sun and moon. While some guests like to return each time to “their” favourite room, others prefer a change. The house is spacious enough to accommodate individual needs and desires.
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Cosy and friendly
A very good family-run hotel in a beautiful part of the country. Established in 1961, it's been well modernised and the rooms are comfortable. The breakfast buffet is fantastic, with a wonderful choice of cheeses, cold meats, fruit, pastries and cereals. Evening dining is good value if you're happy with the set menu (no a la carte available). Sils-Baselgia is car-free, which keeps it nice and quiet. The hotel has bicycles available free of charge and is part of the scheme offering free travel on all public transport in the Engadine if you stay more than two nights in the summer: this is worth a lot and covers cable cars and chair lifts as well as buses. The nearby walk in the Fex Valley is a must: classic Swiss mountains and meadows - we even spotted a rare gentian. Switzerland is not cheap at 2011 exchange rates, but Sils is somewhere you can still capture outdoor life as it's been lived for centuries, with all its romantic glory (when the sun shines).