Family on the Celerina Fairytale Trail at Alp Laret (photo: Andrea Badrutt)Family on the Celerina Fairytale Trail at Alp Laret (photo: Andrea Badrutt)
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Kids & families

Children's dreams come true in the Upper Engadine. Choose from a range of child care services and exciting adventures to relaxing excursions.

 

Private child care

Are you looking for child care during your stay in Pontresina? In the evening or perhaps during the day? All the following babysitters are qualified child minders (Red Cross Graubünden) and are fully recommended.

Download list of babysitters in Pontresina and Engadin:
www.engadin-kinder.ch/babysitting

Child care facility for guests at Hotel Saratz

The child care facility in the Hotel Saratz not only caters for young guests at the hotel; other children are just as welcome in the bright and cheerful play area. Children paint, do handicrafts, and play indoors and outdoors, all in the safe hands of the child care supervisors.

Opening times:
Every day from 09.30 a.m. to 6.00 p.m.

Registration required by the evening before the booking:

Phone +41 81 839 40 00

www.saratz.ch

Bellavita Pool and Spa

The family-friendly pool offers numerous new attractions for children of all ages. The 75m-long black hole slide is especially popular with older kids. Toddlers can enjoy themselves in the spacious children’s area, which also has an outdoor area in summer. The numerous opportunities for play make your children’s stay at the pool even more exciting and entertaining.

More information:
www.pontresina-bellavita.ch

 

Museum visit

The Museum of the Alps, located within the walls of an old Engadin house dating back to 1716, has plenty to interest children as well. An interesting collection of birds, glittering minerals from the region, and special exhibitions, are just a few examples of what is on offer.

More information:
www.pontresina.ch/museumalpin

 

Trip to the Roseg Valley by horse-drawn omnibus.

Horse-drawn carriage trips

Drive to the Roseg Valley by horse-drawn omnibus – it's great fun. The one-hour trip leads through colourful stone-pine forests, where there's plenty to discover. A huge dessert buffet awaits guests at Restaurant Roseg Glacier – something for everyone with a sweet tooth.

Timetable, prices and information:
Horse-drawn carriage trips

 

Hotel Roseg Gletscher:
www.roseg-gletscher.ch

 

The traditional way of producing cheese.

Alpine Cheese Dairy

There are not many opportunities to see first-hand how cheese is made. The Alpine Show Dairy is situated adjacent to Morteratsch Railway Station. The Show Dairy produces fresh cheese every day from 9 a.m.-11 a.m. and from 1 p.m.-3 p.m. (from mid August, from 9.30 a.m.-12 midday).

If you wish to take part in the Alpine brunch, please register on the previous day. Children can have fun in the playground and with the rabbits.


More information:
Alpine Cheese Dairy

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