Sonja and Andreas Martin have been running the 3-star superior inn in the charming village of La Punt since 2002.
In addition to a passion for hospitality and gastronomy, the Krone is also synonymous with culture: works by contemporary artists can be found throughout the hotel.
In the hotel rooms, the restaurant area and the lounge, you can find paintings, works and photographs by great artists such as Not Vital or Albert Steiner.
On the ground floor and in the rooms you will find mainly works by the world-famous Engadin artist Not Vital. In the suites you will find works by Matias Spescha, Bryan Cyril Thurston and Lukas Rohner as well as photographic works by Gaudenz Signorell. On the upper floor you can admire the works of Chur-born artist Thomas Zindel.
Guests can also admire the photographs of Albert Steiner, who shaped the postcard image of the Upper Engadin and is considered one of the most important Swiss photographers of the early 20th century.
The renowned architect Hans-Jörg Ruch was commissioned with the redesign of the Krone in 2002 and the conversion and extension in 2008. In collaboration with the Zurich-based creative studio 'Kessler Kessler', he created a unique design tailored to the Gasthaus Krone.
Ruch is an expert in traditional Engadin construction methods and is therefore a specialist in the conversion of century-old farmsteads and patrician houses in the Engadin. For the architecture of the Krone, he opted for a contemporary and direct design.