Sent, Engadin Valley, Switzerland
Pensiun Aldier since 1865
The Pensiun Aldier is a charming little hotel in Sent, a beautifully preserved historic village in the sun-blessed Engadin. Set at 1443m, the hotel was built in 1865 and is an elegant home-from-home.Check availability
- Every room is different and tells its own story. There are 16 Rooms in total, including 13 Doubles, 2 Suites, and 1 Junior Suite. All rooms with ensuite bathrooms, Satellite TV, and free Wi-Fi
- Lounge, library, and Honesty Bar with access to a big balcony overlooking the village
- Beautiful Garden and Terrace with deck chairs.
- In-house Alberto-Giacometti-Museum: Worldwide unique private collection of the graphic works of Alberto Giacometti with over 200 exhibits, bronze- sculptures of his brother Diego and an important photo collection of Giacometti's friend and photographer, Ernst Scheidegger.
- The large library, which has more than 1000 titles, is one of the main features of the hotel. It is home to books on architecture, photography, art, and, of course, literature — all are available to guests and can be read while having breakfast or dinner. In addition, instead of chocolate, each guest is greeted with a book on his pillow upon arrival.
Wine & Dine
- Restaurant: It is rated among the top places in the valley and is known for its good kitchen, wine cellar, and a vast choice of spirits – including nice Single Malts.
- They produce their own Vermouth and Sloe Gin with herbs from the region, which are only available at the hotel. It is made in the former village branch of the local bank, which retains some of its old furniture and is unique.
- The lounge is a truly cozy place with alpine interiors, local wood, and very comfortable leather armchairs. Ideal for your afternoon tea, a pre-dinner drink or just to end a happy day with a nightcap.
- Smarten up for dinner in the Restaurant.
- Rates start at CHF 278 per night including breakfast.
Worth Getting out of Bed for
- Don‘t miss taking a stroll around the beautiful village of Sent. Discover it on your own or with a local guide, who will be ready with some good stories.
- The Engadin is a hotspot for modern and contemporary art and boasts branches of several hip international galleries. The artist Not Vital has created an impressive and public monument with Tarasp Castle and the Sculpture Park; as has Grazyna Kulczyk with Muzeum Susch, which has become a mecca for art lovers and architects from all over the world.
- Hiking, biking, rafting, golf, horseback riding, and all sorts of winter sports are right in front of your doorstep.
Good to Know
- The Guest House accommodates up to 32 people. If you are a larger group of people (min. 26) you can rent the entire property on your own.
When to Go
- Pensiun Aldier is a two-season hotel and remains closed in between. The Winter season lasts from 22 December until the end of March. Summer goes from mid-June to mid-October.
How to Get There
- By air: Innsbruck (2 hours) or Zurich (2,5h)
- By car or public transport from Zurich (2.5-3.5 hours)
Pensiun Aldier since 1865