To start the year, we welcomed 12 event planners from Germany, Sweden and England and presented the meeting and event locations of the Engadin as well as the social programs during four exciting days.
Starting with the idyllic train journey to St. Moritz, the participants were able to get to know each other during the trip and use the time to network.
After checking in at the Hotel Nira Alpina, we went to St. Moritz to visit the hotels of the Laudinella Hotel Group and enjoy a dinner at Vic's Brasserie.
The next morning, we headed up to the Corvatsch mountain station at 3303 meters above sea level to get to know the whisky distillery and what Corvatsch AG has to offer. After skiing, winter hiking and lunch in the Kuhstall, we were expected at the Waldhaus and Parkhotel Margna in Sils. At the Waldhaus Sils, the participants were able to visit the hotel's own museum, take a look behind the scenes and enjoying a fantastic dinner in the historic dining room.
The third day was all about mountain experiences high above St. Moritz on Corviglia-Marguns. At lunch in the Panorama Restaurant on Piz Nair, the focus was on the impressive mountain backdrop. After the mountain experiences, the tour continued to Pontresina, where the next highlight followed - the Grand Hotel Kronenhof - where the participants spent the third night.
After a tour of Pontresina's congress and cultural center and the Hotel Saratz, dinner at their vegetarian Giodi restaurant was on the agenda. The homely ambience in the Bündner Arvenstube provided the perfect setting for the cozy final evening.
The return journey from St. Moritz to Chur in the special "Stiva Retica" carriage of the Rhaetian Railway on the UNESCO World Heritage route was the perfect end to this four-day trip.
Many thanks to all the participants and our partners for their excellent cooperation! Switzerland Convention & Incentive Bureau, Hotel Nira Alpina, Hotel Waldhaus, Parkhotel Margna, Grand Hotel Kronenhof, Hotel Laudinella, Hotel Saratz, Corvatsch AG, Engadin St. Moritz Mountains AG