Segantini, Engadine culture and modernity

In the footsteps of artists who are or were fascinated by the landscape and light of the Upper Engadine, there are numerous permanent exhibitions to admire. In addition, galleries invite you to discover modern art.

But architecture enthusiasts also get their money's worth here. On the one hand, there are the traditional Engadine houses and buildings from the Belle Epoque to marvel at, on the other hand, contemporary buildings, for example by Sir Norman Foster, cause a stir.

Hauser's commitment to the future

We are cordial to people and nature. We take our social responsibility seriously. Our actions are always environmentally oriented & sustainable. Sustainability is a permanent process and thus we are always looking to review our work in terms of environmental, economic and social footprint and set new standards. 
Hotel Hauser St. Moritz - room details
Art and architecture - Segantini Museum St. Moritz

Open Doors Engadin - We are with you.

At the turn of the 19th century, more than 120 years ago, a restaurant and hotel business was already operating on the site of today's Hotel Hauser, namely the Hotel des Voyageurs with the Café/Billiard Philipp. Later this was converted into a commercial enterprise with three stores. In 1955, Albert Hauser Sen. was able to purchase the property from the Cantonal Bank. After the reconstruction, a tea room and a hotel garni with 18 beds were opened in Dec. 1955. Albert Hauser Jun. was appointed as general manager.

After 15 successful years, a new, independent, distinctive building with 5 floors was added to the existing house between March and December 1970.


As a partner of the Museum Engiadinais we are pleased to offer our hotel guests the possibility to visit the Museeum at a reduced price.
The Museum Engiadinais is a collection of historical splendid rooms and parlors as well as objects and building elements of the Engadin. It was built by the architect Nikolaus Hartmann, commissioned by the collector and brewer Riet Campell from Susch (1906).

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