10 December 2018
is a style of life
The fact that hospitality is an art has been known for many a century.
An inclination towards hospitality can even be found in the look of a person. It might be present in an old hat which is worn, in a fine woolen jumper with buttons in wood, in a pair of dark glasses similar to those of an ironmonger (!), in a foulard which seems more of a picnic cloth than a piece of attire. In our hotel, hospitality is easy to spot – it skips between the tables in our restaurants, it appears behind the bar, it radiates from behind the reception desk, is at home in the Spa, and can be seen at work in the order and attention given to the rooms. Hospitality may be expressed in a handshake, be seen in a welcoming smile, jump out at you on the staircase or in the lift and will certainly be apparent in the service at the bar. Outside too, in the open spaces of nature, there is room for hospitality, be it as simple as a nod on a mountain path in the summer or a ‘hello there’ exchanged on the ski slopes in winter. We certainly believe in hospitality and believe it has its expression right here with us.
We certainly believe in hospitality and believe it has its expression right here with us.