100 years Hotel Waldhaus-Huldi. Our guest do not visit a hotel – they visit us.
All rooms with digital flat screen TV/Radio in 8 languages, BBC channels included.
Also in a family room with interconnected room for 3 – 4 person
Complete renewing of the fire security and alarm system.
WIFI free of charge in the Hotel
Since December 2012 the “Huldi”wing is now heated with wood pellet heating
The very special sound experience. Sound massage from the „Monochord“ an ancient string instrument. Let yourself relax and rejuvenate with treatments provided by Jörg Eberhart, Reiki grand master.
Enjoy several treatments such as:
Hot Stone back massage
Sound massage with singing bowls
Kahi Loa – Hawaiian energy massage
Newly built Spa Jungbrunnen with sauna, steambath, heat bench with footbath, and relaxing corner
Restructuration of the Hotel Huldi & Waldhaus transformed into Hotel Waldhaus-Huldi AG.
The introduction of the VAT regulations made a complete restructuration of the back office necessary. Installation of the latest IT generation.
The premises of the Rôtisserie are now used for meetings and banquets.
During the general renovation of the Waldhaus new spacious rooms are built. At the same time every room is equipped with direct line telephones and cable televisions.
Opening of the Rôtisserie Le Tartare to replace the Dancing NIKI-Bar
On 1st October 1966, M. und K.P. Gygax-Nikles purchase the hotel (3rd Generation).
Opening of the rustic Kellerbar “Im tiefen Keller” in the basement of the Waldhaus.
Construction of the large sunny terrace at the Huldi in front of the dining room offering the possiblity to have “al fresco” meals and enjoying deck chairs.
The two buildings are connected by a heated and furnished passage.
The car parking at the rear of the Waldhaus is built.
The NIKI-Bar is transformed into an elegant dancing with unique water fountain and can offer live music.
Upon completion the Hotel counts 80 beds (30 double rooms, 20 single rooms)
Grand opening of the NIKI-Bar which became a very popular meeting place.
With the building of the Dépendance (today the Waldhaus) the number of beds has increased to 55.
The daughter Margrit Huldi gets married to Mr. Eduard Nikles. Together they take over the Pension and extend it to 28 beds.
In spring Mrs. Louise Huldi concludes the contract to build the Pension Huldi, cold & hot running water will be offered. As a consequence of the World War I (1914-1918) the construction was interrupted for one month. On 24th November 1914 Mrs. Huldi welcomes her first guests, the Pension counts 18 beds.