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Sustainable place of power in Appenzellerland

The Appenzeller Huus offers a unique mix of hotels, living and enjoyment - the innovative concept places particular emphasis on sustainability, gentle tourism and traditional crafts.

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Retreat between tradition and modernity

The Appenzeller Huus is a beacon with international appeal, in the hotel, the residential, gastronomy and wellness areas. We offer all guests, whether they stay for a short time or permanently, as well as the locals, warm and committed hospitality with feel-good character.

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Our vision

Nestled in the lovely Appenzell countryside, the Appenzeller Huus offers relaxation for body, mind and soul as a place of strength. Thanks to local materials such as load-bearing solid wood elements, it stands for sustainable, tourist and residential cultural development across borders. We not only want to be one of the most popular local employers, but also offer a contemporary, affordable level of service.

At the Appenzeller Huus in idyllic Gonten, you can treat your body, mind and soul. This is a good place to live, work and simply enjoy. This retreat between tradition and modernity, located at 900 metres, offers residents and guests not only high-quality, sustainable premises, but also a diverse range of leisure, wellness, gastronomy and cultural activities. The Appenzeller Huus is made up of two existing houses and five newly built houses with hotel rooms, condominiums, holiday flats and serviced flats. However, beneath the traditional dress of the Appenzeller Huus lies an ultra-modern core.

  • 47 flats
  • 22 rooms in the 3-star Hotel Huus Bären
  • 24 rooms in the 4-star Hotel Huus Löwen
  • 30 rooms in the 5-star wellness hotel Huus Quell
  • Co-Working Spaces
  • 5-star Goco wellness offer
  • Infinity pool with Säntis view
  • unique fine dining concept from traditional to vegetarian and vegan cuisine
  • Switzerland's largest wine cellar (opening 2025)