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Dear Guggital guests



Bis bald im Guggital


The restaurant will remain closed.
We ask for your understanding.

The BAG now allows terraces to be opened. With all the love for our guests and passion for gastronomy, opening it is not profitable.

Despite the large garden and terrace, at these temperatures we are unable to offer a cost-covering offer.





We do not offer a takeaway or delivery service during this time.
Our kitchen is designed exclusively for freshly produced dishes of the best quality. During this time, we do not want to deviate from this standard just to be profitable. So we decided to wait for our kitchen to open.

We ask for your understanding for this decision.


We keep our rooms virus-free for you!

Luftreiniger für virenfreie LuftAs of today we have installed air purifiers in the restaurant and meeting rooms. These continuously ensure that the air is cleaned.

Tests say that not only pollen, fine dust and spores are filtered out to 99.95 percent, but also viruses and bacteria. *

For meetings and banquets, there are also 2 table models available for your well-being.

We are happy to offer you this service so that we can all get out of this surreal world soon and all industries can take off again.
We look forward to doing something for your well-being with us.

* hamilton-medical.com (shortened text): The coronavirus species COVID-2019 range in size from 0.06 to 0.2 μm. It is widely believed that HEPA filters are only capable of capturing particles sized 0.3 μm or larger. However, this belief is based in part on an incorrect understanding of how HEPA filters work. The fact is that particles of around 0.3 μm are the hardest to catch; for this reason, that size is used to measure the effectiveness of HEPA filters. Much smaller nanoparticles are in fact easier to catch. But why is this so? For larger particles, the HEPA filter acts like a net as we would expect. Particles greater than 0.3 μm in size simply cannot get through: either they do not fit through the holes or they hit the filter fibers due to inertia. For smaller particles on the other hand, it would seem logical that they can simply go through the holes. However, this is not the case. The tiny mass of particles less than 0.3 μm means they do not fly straight; Instead, they are bounced off other molecules as they collide with them and thus move in completely random patterns. As a result, they hit the filter fibers and then remain stuck in them. This is the principle of the Brownian movement.


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