Radisson Blu Hotel Reussen
Four stars for sustainability


The four-star superior hotel in Andermatt radiates cosiness, thanks to the local materials and natural wood floors. We treat our resources responsibly, which shows that we put a high value on sustainability.

Fresh air. For a good atmosphere

The Radisson Blu Hotel Reussen was built in line with the low-energy standard. We use a fresh-air system for all rooms. Temperature is controlled by radiant flooring – without air conditioning. The Radisson Blu Hotel Reussen is heated entirely with carbon-neutral district heating . The wood chips are sourced from the canton of Uri and from a sawmill in Airolo, meaning a transport distance of less than 50 kilometres. We obtain all power from hydroelectric stations and wind turbines in the Gotthard region.

Electric. For bikes and cars

A charging station for electric bikes is located directly in front of the hotel. For electric cars, our underground car park Andermatt Reuss Parking offers six charging stations with 22 KW/hour and six with 11 KW/hour.

  • 100 %Carbon-neutral district heating
  • < 50 kmTransport distance for wood chips
  • 100 %Power from the Gotthard region
  • ~ 100Employees

Every meeting. Environmentally neutral

The Radisson Hotel Group offsets the carbon footprint of every meeting or event held at one of our hotels worldwide – at no charge to customers. Offsetting takes place in partnership with First Climate, and all supported projects are certified by the Gold Standard or Verified Carbon Standard.

Spacious meeting room, with window facade and modern infrastructure

Clean linens.Clean environment

Our laundry is washed by Wäscherei Heinzmann AG . We send some of the laundry by rail to nearby Raron.

We do a lot.With waste

We separate all waste and recycle it whenever possible. Food waste is collected separately and does not end up in the rubbish bin. Where possible, we purchase our food locally and in reusable containers in order to avoid packaging and plastic.

Electricity is generated from green waste and grease traps material. We coordinate disposal with the nearby The Chedi Andermatt in order to reduce driving distances and optimise loads.

Alpine herbs.Foraged

The hotel’s Restaurant Spun uses ingredients from the region whenever possible: The kitchen staff forages for Alpine herbs. Honey comes from a village beekeeper, meat from the village butcher shop Spahni, and coffee from Hochstrasser in Lucerne. We offer Uri beers and wines from neighbouring cantons and a wide variety of vegetarian and vegan dishes.

Fair.To employees

The employees of the Radisson Blu Hotel Reussen have fair wages, contemporary employment terms in line with the market, and social insurance. People of all age groups and genders enjoy equal rights.

Training.For the future

The Radisson Blu Hotel Reussen employs more than 100 people during high season and is a training operation for cooks and restaurant and hotel managers. It also offers internship and training positions in the areas of food and beverage, reception, front office, service, kitchen and communication.

Radisson Academy.Promotes employees

The Radisson Hotel Group has its own training programme – the Radisson Academy. The Academy has a wide range of offerings, from short online modules to multiyear mentee/mentor programmes.

Swisstainable.Engaged in the long term

Radisson Blu Hotel Reussen is participating in the Swisstainable programme by Switzerland Tourism. Thereby we are committing ourselves to sustainable corporate governance and continual enhancement in terms of sustainability. All of our Group’s companies achieved Level II (engaged), and the Andermatt Golf Course even Level III (leading).

Self-determined. Handicapped-accessible

Andermatt Swiss Alps is involved in the OK:GO Initiative . We make information available online about the accessibility of our facilities and services. In that way, we make travel planning easier for people with disabilities, seniors, and families with small children.