New timber structure for Hotel Säntispark – first ever five-storey!

Migros Ostschweiz expanded its Hotel Säntispark, adding a section with 66 guest rooms and seminar rooms. For reasons of sustainability, the builder opted for timber. Carlos Martinez Architekten designed the project with clean lines, warm materials and a pared-down colour concept. In aiming to keep the construction period short,

various elements and the sanitary areas were completely prefabricated. The result is one of the first five-storey hotel timber constructions in Switzerland. Two massive stairwells with lifts lead to the four floors with the guest rooms. The ceilings, floors and side walls are made of oak, while the south facade consists of Douglas fir slats.

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Richard Jussel

Project Development | Sales – Industrial Buildings | Timber and Modular Construction | Switzerland

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The photograph shows the green spaces and gravel area decorated with a water basin to the rear of the Hotel Säntispark. A covered lounge can also be seen.

Facade design with vertical Douglas fir slats

Bathroom in a hotel room of the Hotel Säntispark with a wooden wall, glazed shower and light furnishings

Bathroom module design

Hotel Säntispark corridor bathed in light, decorated with pictures and with a light wooden floor. The floor-to-ceiling window panes lend the corridor a light and welcoming ambience.

Bright corridors around the atrium

The floor, walls and ceiling of the hotel room in the Hotel Säntispark are finished with the same wood. The bright room is finished with modern furnishings.

Rooms with interior wood panelling