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The rooms

Discover an exceptional stay where comfort and amenities combine to make your experience unforgettable.

When you choose our establishment, you opt for bedding of unrivaled quality, guaranteeing a perfect night's sleep. Our bathrooms are designed to provide a pleasant and well-equipped space, allowing you to relax and refresh yourself with complete peace of mind.

With a range of rooms specially designed to meet your needs, we offer you a choice that will satisfy all preferences. Our 6 double rooms, 2 double family rooms S (for 1 child) and one double family room L (for 2 children) are equipped with generously sized beds, varying between 160x200 and 180x200.


For groups or families, our luxury dormitory with 8 beds and a private bathroom guarantees you a friendly and practical stay experience. Whether you are young adults, families or friends looking for moments of sharing in the mountains , our WAFO establishment is the ideal place to find yourself.

Each room is designed with your comfort in mind. Amenities such as hairdryer, sewing kit and shoe kit are available in all rooms. You can also request additional pillows and throws for tailor-made comfort.

But that's not all. We take your experience to the next level by equipping each of our rooms with a Vaha connected mirror. This smart mirror offers you a personalized and immersive experience, offering cardio, body strengthening, pilates and yoga programs, adapted to your needs.

Finally, each room pays tribute to a Swiss personality or a figure linked to Gryon, Cameroon, Africa, or even a deserving personality. We believe in the recognition of these significant figures and wish to celebrate them through our spaces.

Book now and immerse yourself in an experience where comfort, personalization and history come together to create lasting memories.

our inspiration

Throughout our rooms, we have drawn inspiration from a number of traditional Cameroonian arts. Our bed throw legs are made of ndop fabric, which is woven into strips then sewn together together. On the walls of the hotel you will find juju hats, which are traditional ceremonial headdresses made of feathers. And, in the corridors, decorations on Obom, an ancestral fabric characteristic of the forest zone (Center, South, East, particularly among the Beti people), and of the entire Ekang zone. Prestigious fabric, Obom is obtained by working the bark of certain trees such as the andom in the South of Cameroon or the “Nloi” in the Mbam department (Central Cameroon)

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