Posthotel Rössli

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Posthotel Rössli is a 3-star-hotel in the middle of Gstaad, Switzerland. It is the oldest hotel in the town.

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The hotel, built c. 1823 and bought in 1844 by Bendicht Steffen, first opened in 1845 as a guesthouse; it also served as a post office. Since 1922, the Widmer family has owned the hotel, which is now operated by brothers Conroy and Lars Widmer.

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Coordinates: 46°28′22″N 7°17′12″E / 46.4728°N 7.2866°E / 46.4728; 7.2866