Barstreet

Stübli, QN-Bar, Muli, Cinema

Where the day ends –
and the night begins.

The charm of the Engadine after sunset lies in its traditional bar culture and being able to meet people from all over the world in the cosiest of spaces. Here you can spend pleasant, intimate evenings with your loved one or toast a wonderful holiday with complete strangers – whatever takes your fancy. Cheers!

New Barstreet in the Schweizerhof

The former piano bar was redesigned and has become the QN Bar, the Muli was redesigned as well, and the long hallway – the actual Barstreet – now offers more space for chatting and strolling between the various venues. Across from the Muli, the smallest cinema in the Alps presents films for six spectators.
The Stübli remains unchanged as a classic of the Schweizerhof Barstreet.

Feiern Sie die neue Barstreet

Stübli

When strangers become friends

They still exist, these places where you can go for a beer or two and just have a chat. Until everybody around you starts to dance and you can’t hear your own words any more. Maybe it's the cosiness of the wood, the charm of the unseen, or simply the mix of locals and visitors. Here you can burn the candle at both ends, almost every day.

Open daily in winter from 8 p.m. until 3 a.m.
In summer open from Tuesday to Sunday from 8 p.m. until 2 a.m.

Stübli menu
Music programme

QN Bar

Celebrate and indulge in a unique atmosphere

The former piano bar has been converted and has reopened under the name QN Bar by Reto Kuhn as a trendy meeting point on the Schweizerhof Barstreet. Locals and guests alike are welcomed with classic cocktails, a hand-picked champagne and wine menu, as well as snacks and a delightful selection of cigars in a cosy ambiance, which turns into a lively party atmosphere later at night.

QN-Bar

Muli

A good glass of wine in the chill-out lounge

The Muli is the quiet counter pole to the lively Stübli and the trendy QN Bar. In the cosy chill-out lounge, you can end the evening on a relaxed note. Comfortable sofas, excellent entertainment, and a good glass of wine from the Bündner Herrschaft or the Veltlin, two famous wine-producing regions in the Alpine region.
A fine bouquet, we dare say.


Barstreet-Cinema

Cinema highlights on a small scale

Brand new across the hall from the Muli: the smallest cinema of the Alps. Here, the Schweizerhof presents films for an audience of six, accompanied by cocktails or a beer – first come, first served!