The house Rössli is a family business in the 3rd generation. With the growing tourism, the hotel has grown bigger and better. The house had ones 80 beds. Due to the economic changes and needs, the rooms have been converted into apartments and studios in recent years. These are rented for long term as well as holiday apartments.
The restaurant is currently closed. Due to Corona, the hall will also be closed until further notice.
The heart of the hotel is around 300 years old. The name "Rössli" is the Swiss-German word for "horse" and historically has a special meaning for the hotel. In the past, horses used to be changed here and were driven over the Alpine passes with guests from all over the world. Many of the guests then continued their journey by steamboat to Lucerne. After all, in July 1881 the house hosted the famous King Ludwig of Bavaria before he climbed Mount Pilatus.