Exceptional architecture, innovative design, exquisite cuisine, and attentive service combine at the exclusive House of Architects by 7132. Set amid grand mountains at the entry to the village of Vals, its 73 stunning guestrooms and suites include visionary spaces from four celebrated architects — Tadao Ando, Kengo Kuma, Thom Mayne, and Peter Zumthor. Dine on fresh, local ingredients at the Michelin two-star 7132 Silver Restaurant, and stargaze from the award-winning open-air thermal baths made of up to 60,000 local Valser quartzite slabs..
- The hotel’s collection of 73 sleek guestrooms and suites exude sleek elegance, including Ando’s room inspired by the subtle aesthetics of Japanese tea houses, and Mayne’s Stone retreat in local quartzite with a glass-shower centerpiece
- Swim in the indoor pool, cool off in the ice pool after a hike in the pristine Vals Valley, or warm up in the fire pool after skiing
- Work out at the hotel’s new gym, and indulge in a rejuvenating spa treatment
- Arrive to breathtaking mountain views by helicopter or chauffeured luxury limousine
- Dine on Head Chef Mitja Birlo’s creations at 7132 Silver Restaurant
- Host corporate meetings in state-of-the-art rooms with forest views
- Relax in Peter Zumthor’s thermal baths, a listed architectural masterpiece crafted in Vals quartzite
In the lush Vals Valley, House of Architects by 7132 is a multi-award-winning minimalist masterpiece comprised of three buildings originally built in the 1960s and beautifully renovated in July 2017 to offer an intimate and calm retreat. Every detail is imagined by the world’s finest architects, framing an indulgent stay that showcases the epitome of alpine luxury, cuisine, and hospitality.
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The hotel’s unique collection of 73 guestrooms and suites are designed by renowned architects Tadao Ando, Kengo Kuma, Thom Mayne, and Peter Zumthor. Step into Kuma’s room — inspired by the finesse of Japanese carpentry — where minimalist style meets overlapping panels of Swiss oak. The use of natural materials continues in Mayne’s Wood rooms, three-dimensionally paneled with indigenous wood and featuring a stand-alone sculpture shower. Select Zumthor’s space for an equally awe-inspiring stay, combining stucco lustro — an Italian Renaissance plasterwork technique — with hand-painted curtains made of habotai silk.
Service here is attentive, yet never intrusive. Friendly staff go the extra mile to make your stay ideal, whether organizing a treatment in the on-site spa or private ski lessons. For an event or meeting that will leave a lasting impression, choose one of the spaces with huge windows looking out to the forest.
The creative dishes of 7132 Silver Restaurant, holding two prestigious Michelin stars, are the hotel's gastronomic highlight. Other eating options offer something to suit every palate, from local delicacies to hand-made pizza.
7132 Silver Restaurant – Floor-to-ceiling windows offer majestic mountain views at this fine-dining restaurant with two prestigious Michelin stars. Head Chef Mitja Birlo forages for wild herbs and mushrooms in the region and uses the highest-quality ingredients from local producers. The surprise menu with up to 10 exquisite dishes evokes memories from his global culinary journey.
7132 Red Restaurant – Dine on reimagined culinary favorites and familiar dishes at Red Restaurant, where hints of red accent black-and-white-checked furniture to create a casual-cool setting.
7132 DAPAPÀ – Feel instantly at home at DAPAPÀ, where homemade pizza, pasta, and salumi are served with warm Italian hospitality.
7132 Blue Bar – Settle in to comfortable leather seats and an incredible view of the valley for an after-dinner cocktail as you listen to smooth live jazz in laid-back Blue Bar.
Glenn’s – A 10-minute stroll from the hotel in the village center, Glenn’s is an authentic eatery with honest cooking and a laid-back vibe. Bring your appetite and a group of friends to try tasty burgers, hot dogs, and steak.
Harnessing the mineral-rich thermal waters Vals is famous for, the hotel’s on-site thermal baths and spa by Peter Zumthor are an architectural masterpiece made of 60,000 slabs of quartzite. Soak in one of six thermal pools, including the open-air pool where you can warm up under the stars on a winter night. At the spa, treat yourself to signature massage using essential oils and warmed Vals stones, or a revitalizing ESPA therapy. Work out at the new gym, have afternoon tea or an evening cocktail at 7132 Blue Bar with live jazz, and please your palate on delicious fare, from casual to fine-dining.
Hike or mountain bike along 87 mi / 140 km of majestic mountain trails; routes range from gentle strolls to challenging adventures over high passes, so ask your concierge to suggest the best option for you. In winter, swap your hiking boots for skis and tackle deep powder snow in the Vals 3000 ski area. Make the most of the hotel’s private helicopter and fleet of Mercedes Benz cars to explore the stunning Swiss countryside.
House of Architects by 7132
Deep in the Vals Valley and surrounded the spectacular Swiss Alps, the hotel is near Vals, a quaint mountain village 4,101 ft / 1,250 m above sea level in Switzerland. The village is a short stroll from the hotel.
Zurich Airport (ZRH) is 112 mi / 180 km away. Transfers by limousine are available.
Ilanz Station is 12 mi / 20 km away.
Chur Station is 32 mi / 52 km away.
House of Architects by 7132 is the only hotel in Switzerland with its own helicopter. Transfers are available from Swiss international airports or anywhere in Switzerland with a landing point.