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Farewell dinner

Thursday 2nd September

Are you looking for a very special location? You will find that unique location at Schatzalp. The Belle Epoque hotel is the perfect setting for our Farewell Dinner. The charming Belle Epoque ambience takes you back to the turn of the last century.

 

The Berghotel Schatzalp (today's name), built in Art Nouveau style as a sanatorium, was constructed by Lucius Spengler and Edward Neumann from 1898 to 1900 and is mentioned several times in Thomas Mann's “Zauberberg”. Willem Jan Holsboer, pioneer of the health resort Davos, planned this building together with his sons-in-law Dr. Lucius Spengler and Edward Neumann (1866–1941), who were both chief physicians at the sanatorium until 1934 after the building was completed. The Schatzalp has been run as a hotel since 1954, although the nostalgic building has been retained.

 

After a scenic ride on the Schatzalp cable car, we enjoy an aperitif whilst admiring the view from the hotel terrace over the Davos mountains. Afterwards, the Berghotel Schatzalp spoils us with a varied menu in the historic rooms.

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