Spacious balconies and terraces hug onto the sides, providing spectacular views of a plateau that’s studded with turquoise lakes. And all over, whether in the rooms or the restaurants, there are glass windows that flood the building with sunlight. Throughout the layered wooden building, modern minimalism sits comfortably alongside traditional local materials. From the outside, this is most visible with timber beams and sheets of polished glass moving skywards simultaneously in smooth, ascending lines. Special care has been taken to ensure that even with such large amounts of glass, the building meets the latest environmental standards. Throughout the year, geothermal power keeps the building warm.
Designed as a sanctuary, Nira Alpina avoids formality and decadence. Instead, you’re greeted with eclectic interior design that uses superior local materials to create a subtle sense of hedonism. In the rooms and suites, one finds the perfect balance between regional charm and the comforts of modern living, with Swiss spruce abounding and floor-to-ceiling windows gazing upon the Engadin Mountains.
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