From the Confiserie to the Guesthouse
Around the turn of the Century, the Family Cavin-Feuz built the Hotel Belmont and pampered their guests in the Confiserie with homemade icecream and pastries. Much effort was paid to the finer details, with elegant tablecloths and fresh flowers to charm the guests. At the end of the 1980s, the ground floor was refurbished and the Restaurant given the feel of a typical English Pub. In 1991 the Belmont changed hands and Res and Anne-Marie Goetschi breathed new life into the business. In 1999 the Belmont was sold to its neighbour the Hotel Eiger. The Family Stähli-von Allmen renamed it the Eiger Guesthouse and began an extensive renovation programme, modernising all the rooms and the basic infrastructure. Now managed by Ema Baptista and their team, the loving and attentive spirit of the hotel’s founders lives on for today’s guests.