CoWe Engadin offers you the ideal conditions for workshops and conferences. No matter whether you would like to combine work and vacation, escape from the city or just work in a modern workplace in the mountains.
An interesting conversation with colleagues and people from all over the world whilst enjoying a coffee and the fantastic views of the mountains on the roof terrace and a small occasional trip into the beautiful nature of the Engadin: the ideal conditions for your next creative flash of inspiration.
This unique workplace can be found at our coworking space in Samedan, only 5 minutes from St. Moritz. The modern infrastructure offers adaptable furniture, leisure area with sofas and small kitchen, projector, whiteboard, high-speed internet and much more.
In this stylish cowork space “digital nomads” have the possibility, to pursue their work in open or private areas or to organise workshops and conferences.
CoWe Engadin offers 20 modern workstations as well as conference rooms at 490 m2. A leisure area with sofas and tea kitchen and a fully furnished roof top terrace are part of the experience.
Book your workplace or conference room. The use of the roof terrace as well as the tea kitchen is included in all offers.
Drinks (coffee, tea, water), beamer and whiteboard are included in all prices.
We are fully flexible and happy to cater our customers needs. Please contact us for this purpose or other requirements by phone +41 (0)81 851 10 75 or send an e-mail to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Switch off your laptop and smartphone in between your creative work and get some inspiring power in the Engadin nature. Numerous possibilities for trips and free time activities such as hiking, mountainbiking, watersport and golf in summer or skiing, snowboarding, cross country skiing, snowshoeing and sledging in winter are awaiting you around the cowork space.
Why not enjoy the stunning view from Muottas Muragl over the lakes and mountains of the Upper Engadin during a hike and refresh with a coffee and a piece of local cake called "Engadiner Nusstorte".