Seminar Room

Free Wi-Fi
Including breakfast
Including mineral water
Cancel up to 24 hours prior to arrival

Hatch new ideas in a relaxed setting, make important decisions undisturbed, or just celebrate your birthday – the seminar hotel de Londres in Valais, with its modern infrastructure and state-of-the art technology, offers you exactly the right environment.

  • Room size: 46m2
  • Seminar seating: 18 – 30 people
  • Special ambiance thanks to the large mural by Brig’s local artist Otto Pfänder
  • Interactive whiteboard: the intelligent solution for a new way of presenting and working on ideas
  • Apple TV
  • Free Wi-Fi

Seminar Room 360-Grad view

Seminar room for 30 people

The 46m2 seminar room Otto’s Stuba, with its large mural by Brig’s local artist Otto Pfänder, has an interactive whiteboard, an Apple TV and free Wi-Fi.

 

Seminar seating offers room for 18 and theatre seating for up to 30 people.

 

Whether for business events like seminars, meetings, workshops, business lunches or dinners, or for private functions such as birthday parties, wedding receptions, game nights, after-work parties or wine tastings – Otto’s Stuba offers the right ambiance. On the same floor as the seminar room are the Wohnstuba lounge and the terrace, which small groups can also use to work in a quiet atmosphere. Our boutique hotel is a true creative hub.

 

We would also be pleased to take down your culinary requests and make you a specially tailored offer, in collaboration with selected catering businesses.

Prices and conditions

Otto’s StubaPrice (CHF)Details
Minimum booking
(2 hours after 5pm)
105
Every additional hour: 40
Including Valais mineral water and seminar infrastructure
Half day
(8am – 12pm or 1pm – 5pm)
170Including Valais mineral water and seminar infrastructure
Full day
(8am – 5pm)
300Including Valais mineral water and seminar infrastructure
Private functions300 full day
170 half day

Otto Pfänder

Otto Pfänder was born in Dettingen in Württemberg and spent his youth in Weiblingen, where he completed an apprenticeship as a painter. Starting in 1930, after studies at the art school in Stuttgart, he spent his journeyman years travelling, finally settling in Brig.

 

 

  • Founded painting business in Siders
  • From 1945 freelance for the family-owned painting business Roten Brig
  • Establishing vocational school for painters
  • 38 years instructor at the school for professional painting course
  • Otto‘s passion: painting in oil

He married Lina Junker, the daughter of an innkeeper who herself later ran the Stockalperkeller. Together they had three sons and one daughter. Otto Pfänder became a citizen of the canton of Valais when he became naturalised in Bister. He founded a painting business in Brig and was later the manager of a company in Siders for 25 years. From 1945, he did occasional freelance work painting signs and decorative details for the Roten AG. Training young people was always important to him: for 38 years he was an instructor at the Upper Valais vocational school for a professional painting course that he co-founded.

 

Otto Pfänder’s artistic drive was enormous: he created large-scale paintings on the sides of buildings; painted murals and decorative details; did set design for indoor and outdoor theatre; drew caricatures and other subjects; created carnival decorations and signage; designed flags and posters. His great passion was painting in oil; he created unique landscapes, still life paintings and portraits.

Music and singing were also more than just a hobby for him; he acted in theatre, sang solos in his strong baritone and bass voice, and played the lead in musicals. Upper Valais tradition was important to him as a member of the regional costume association and the folk choir.

Otto Pfänder was a friend of the Roten family, the owners of the Hotel de Londres. With his works he created lasting values and his actions brought great joy to friends and family from near and far, for which we will always be grateful.