- Bed and Breakfast
- Award winning modern architecture
- Varied slopes and high sunny skiing
Opened in 1930, the Bella Lui is a rare example of modern architecture having been designed by the renowned husband & wife team, Rudolf and Flora Steiger-Crawford, originally as a luxury sanatorium which was later transformed into a hotel in the 1960s. It is a member of Swiss Historic Hotels and has won awards for the preservation of the original features.
The slopes are high, sunny and varied with 140km of mostly intermediate terrain above and below the tree line. Keen skiers will especially enjoy the 11km decent from the top of the Plaine Morte Glacier all the way back to resort.
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