Grüezi Frau Muster
The world at large may often seem far away here in Sils, but we are very much a part of it. Against the background of the ever more drastic measures that our national and state governments, together with much of the world, have had to impose to stem the spread of the corona virus, we, too, decided with a heavy heart to bring a brilliant winter season to a sudden, early close as of March 16, five weeks earlier than planned. Not since 1914 has a Waldhaus season ended so abruptly.
What’s next? Inevitably, there are many uncertainties. But it would be a great pity to simply put all plans on hold now, don’t you agree? Preparations for our summer season are well underway. With confidence, enthusiasm and high hopes, we are looking forward to launching the summer season as planned.
As you can see, we have a splendid program in place for summer. What about your plans? We are ready to respond with calm and flexibility if, in the end, any of our plans or yours need to be adjusted. And through it all, how lucky we are to live in such a wonderful place! With plenty of crises of their own, the generations who preceded us luckily never lost sight of that. Their efforts and foresight prevented Lake Sils from being turned into a dammed-up reservoir and kept the lake shores and much of the Fex Valley and plains of Sils free from construction.
Reverence and gratitude for this enchanted inheritance continue to determine our own actions.
We eagerly look forward to sharing our good fortune with you.
Following the global lockdowns, we hope to open our doors to welcome you back soon.
With our best wishes for spring
the Dietrich and Kienberger family