Here you will find all important information about the measures in our hotel and catering business in dealing with the coronavirus.
Here you will find all important information about the measures in our hotel and catering business in dealing with the coronavirus. To protect our guests and employees, the ALL IN ONE HOTEL INN LODGE adopts the protection concept of the Swiss Hotel and Restaurant Industry Association GastroSuisse, which provides for the following measures:
- There is no certificate obligation for overnight stays, but there is for bars and restaurants as well as breakfast in hotels.
- You can make a test appointment at the Polyclinic St. Moritz. This is how you can make use of the indoor gastronomy offer.
- From 13 September, the Covid certificate is compulsory in all indoor catering areas.
- Restrictions such as compulsory seating, capacity restrictions and compulsory registration for guests are lifted in these indoor areas.
Outdoor gastronomy areas (terraces)
- In outdoor areas (terraces) no certificate obligation applies.
- A minimum distance of 1.5 metres must be maintained between groups of guests.
- No mask requirement applies in outdoor catering areas.
- No restriction on group size per table.
- Food and beverages may only be consumed while seated.
You can find the GastroSuisse sector protection concept here. And here you can find the FAQ on the extension of the certificate obligation.
For mountain railways, the same regulations apply as for public transport, no capacity restrictions apply. Please observe the following measures when using our mountain railways:
Wearing a mouth-nose protection (MNS) is compulsory on all indoor cable cars; guests must bring this face protection themselves.
No capacity restrictions apply.
MNS is also mandatory in all indoor waiting areas.
The mask requirement in the outdoor area has been cancelled.
The hygiene rules of the FOPH must be observed (hand washing, disinfectants, frequent cleaning of contact surfaces, etc.).
The obligation to wear MSN applies to persons aged 12 and over, as in the whole of Switzerland.
Further information on the measures taken by the mountain railways can be found here.