The Krone, different, livelier and fresher. The hosts are the British star chef James Baron and his Thai-Swiss wife Natacha. Local products and flavours from all over the world combine into an excellent Alpine cuisine that is high-class-casual. The historic building with its contemporary cosy ambience is now known as «Krone – Säumerei am Inn». It has evolved into a lively meeting point – from «an insider’s tip» to «the place to be». It is important to us that the Krone remains a hotel that is renowned for its gourmet experience and warm hospitality.
The Hotel Krone’s 18 rooms are generous, modern, and cosy. The straight-line native wood Alpine interior and the furnishings bear the thumbprint of the famous Engadin architect Hans-Jörg Ruch. The original 16th-century Engadin farmhouse was a working farm and goods store. The large building was already serving as an inn long ago and also provided hostelry for traders and travellers.
Hints of the Krone La Punt’s bustling history can be found throughout the hotel in the form of reminders of the old trade route. In the newly designed fine-dining restaurant La Chavallera (Romansch for merchant), Alpine products are combined with the culinary treasures that the traders brought into the Engadin even in those days – from Paris, Venice, Munich, and the Côte d’Azur.