Classically good

Fragrant stone pine, king of the Alps, comforting. A toast to your health. Why not at our Arvenstube, the only structural reference in the hotel with a connection to local alpine-rural architecture? Waldhaus architect Karl Koller designed the room as a “Bündner Stube” for the 1928 SAFFA – the first Swiss Exhibition for Women’s Work. Brought to the Waldhaus in 1929, it was carefully renovated in 2012. An intimate restaurant in the evening, a harmonious alternative for our half-pension guests and those from outside.

Our headwaiter José Manuel dos Santos and his team serve artful Swiss cuisine with a regional touch and dedication to taste. For many years now, a top priority of ours has been to bring and serve our guests locally grown products. Executive Chef Gero Porstein and his crew skillfully craft contemporary dishes that do not lose sight of Swiss traditions. Solid. Refined. Guaranteed. Let yourself be surprised.

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The Arvenstube in the Hotel Waldhaus Sils
The Arvenstube in the Hotel Waldhaus Sils
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Enjoying wine is like writing poetry, except that the verse comes from without rather than within.

Arthur Fitger