Modern, bright 1½ room apartment with a balcony in sunny and quiet location in Maloja.
From the entrance you enter the open-plan living area with a dinning table, cosy couch nook, smart TV (please bring your own login details with you), and kitchen.
There is one (bed) sofa in the living room à 120 cm wide. To reach the bedroom, there are 3 stairs to a little room on a higher level. Mattress and topper are made of natural materials (e.g. virgin sheep's wool)
The room has a 160 cm ceiling height, so you may wish to use it as a guest room.
The modern bathroom has a tub with integrated shower, toilet/bidet/sink.
1 garage space (height 200cm) belongs to the apartment, skis and bicycles can be parked in the underground garage.
Ciäsa Bitabergh is a modern stone front house, located on the left-hand side in the middle of the village. There is a small grocery store opposite of the house.
Here at the border with Italian-speaking Switzerland, locals and visitors cherish the relaxed atmosphere, the spirit of great painters – the nature and culture of the pass landscape, and traditionally made sausages.
As the starting point of the Engadin Ski Marathon, Maloja is also a paradise for cross-country skiers.
The little village at the top of the eponymous pass leading to the unspoilt Val Bregaglia is heaven for children – and their parents, too. At the tourist information office you can book pizza-baking courses for kids and the sunny local ski area, Aela, is also wonderfully family-friendly.
But not only families feel at home in this glorious natural setting. The fascinating play of light and shadow has long attracted artists. Giovanni Segantini chose the landscape around Maloja as the subject for many of his paintings, and made the village is final home. Another artist who worked here was Giovanni Giacometti, the father of Alberto. Their spirit continues to inspire visitors to this day, through exhibitions, readings and concerts.