Welcome to the lofthotel in Murg. The 3-star superior hotel in the completely renovated former Murg spinning mill impresses with a fantastic view of the Swiss fjord, its own lake access, its historic buildings and a unique design with industrial charm.
Travelers will find boutique & design rooms and suites, experiential accommodations, wellness and fitness facilities, and great recreational activities such as tennis, e-biking or SUP.
For corporate clients we offer modern seminar rooms and exciting social programs.
Opening hours Reception*
07.30 – 18.30
*for arrival outside opening hours, your room key will be kept for you in a secured key box.
From loft and experience rooms to suites »
Discover our exciting seminar options for your company »
Our leisure offers for the summer »
Our leisure offers for the winter »
Flexible working solutions such as workation, co-working and satellite working in the lofthotel and sagibeiz »
Find out more about sustainability in our company and our motto Reuse, Recycle, Repurpose »
Discover the complete range of group offers »
Our restaurant with lake terrace and delicious food »
Click here for current and upcoming events, festivals and art exhibitions on our premises »
Lake Walen Navigation
Explore the deep blue heart of the region and enjoy the breathtaking mountain scenery »
The highest waterfalls, the oldest winery, the largest arched bridge: Get to know the vacation region Heidiland »
Driving on snow, rolling on trails, swimming in the mountain lake, climbing on the rock. The vacation region Glarnerland has something to offer for everyone »
Contact / Arrival
Far away from the hustle and bustle of the big city and yet quickly accessible: you can reach Murg from Zurich in just one hour, from Chur and Glarus in just 30 minutes »
Reaching your destination without a traffic jam? No problem. We recommend you to travel by train »
Meteo Switzerland supports you in weather-related questions »
Find out more about the site of the old spinning mill (lofthotel) and the old sawmill (sagibeiz) and its history »