One of the joys of staying at Nira Alpina, a glass-and-timber-built mountain sanctuary just five kilometers away from the popular resort town of St. Moritz, is being able to ski right up to the entrance. Sitting atop the village of Silvaplana it is the gateway to some of Switzerland?s highest mountains, including Corvatsch, the highest mountain in the upper Engadin skiing region. There are 120 kilometers of ski runs rushing down the slopes towards Silvaplana Lake, right in the middle of the mountain range. The surrounding hills and lakes also have summer appeal, with hiking and biking trails, windsurfing, sailing and canoeing all on offer. From the Nira Alpina you?re within easy reach of them all, and with a private glassed-in covered walkway leading straight to the Corvatsch cable car, guests have stylish and convenient access to the slopes.
FOOD & DRINKStars restaurant: ? Nira Alpina?s fifth floor panoramic restaurant ? Serves modern international cuisine Stars rooftop bar: ? Panoramic view ? Al fresco terrace overlooking the ski slopes Stalla Veglia: ? Serves Engadin specialities Bistro: ? Serves healthy options and kids favorites Bakery: ? Serves homemade pastries, sandwiches and more
Nira Alpina is a very modern building ( split-level-house ) built with a lot of glass and timber.
The Lobby is small with a lot of designe furniture and a Bistro just next to the Reception
All Rooms have a balcony or a terrace, facing to the lake of Silvaplana.
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