After 5 years of running our own boutique hotel in the heart of the Black Forest, wonderful experiences and memories, we decided to take off on a new journey in search of a new adventure, where we could continue to live and work our dream of sharing our hospitality.
We were looking for that certain something, that
"je ne sais quoi". And preferably by the water!
After 5 months of travelling, we are so happy to share that we have found just that.
A new home and a place to rekindle our hospitality for and with you.
There is still "a little bit" to do until the opening, but we will keep you informed.
We are looking forward to welcoming you to Rigiblick in Oberwil near Zug, known for its beautiful sunsets and breathtaking panoramas.
And so much more! Our new webpage is in the making.
Genevieve and Roger
"Hansgrohe and I in particular would like to thank you for the five years of wonderful cooperation, for the hospitality towards our Hansgrohe guests from all over the world and, above all, for the culinary excellence. We are united by our love of our profession, our attention to detail and especially our love for people."
Hans Juergen Kalmbach, CEO Hansgrohe Group
Exceptional & Resounding.
The cuisine of this restaurant is certainly led by a Chef who is little to define BRILLIANT ...!!! Everything we ate was superfine: simple ingredients, fresh and combined with each other with unusual skill!!! Among all I mention the unbeknownst of apricots there honey and fera on a bed of rocket and mint ... I ate two servings!!!!!
A guest from Italy, Tripadvisor
""The most striking of the towns half-timbered buildings is the Christmas-Colored Adler 1604 Hotel. the owners are Roger Meier, a Swiss chef and his wife Genevieve, the couple managed luxury hotels across the Caribbean and naturally, they brought a little tropical flavor with them."
The Wall Street Journal, Off Duty Travel
""IT HAS THE KIND OF MENU YOU'D EXPECT TO FIND IN A TOP NEW YORK RESTAURANT, RIGHT HERE IN A SMALL VILLAGE IN THE BLACK FOREST, AND EVERYTHING TASTES AMAZING NO MATTER WHAT DISH YOU CHOOSE."
A GUEST FROM GERMANY, TRIPADVISOR
Small menu, fine cuisine, seasonally conscious and surprisingly different.
MERIAN Publishing, Hungrig auf den Schwarzwald