Castell Team


Some 50 dedicated employees work with passion at the Castell in the areas of architecture and art – season after season. People with different backgrounds, education, skills, and ages.

Their common goal is to provide the best possible service, to ensure that you thoroughly enjoy your stay at the Castell – a common goal that is clearly reflected in the hotel’s high standards.

Martin Müller


"Being a host" is a calling for hotel director Martin Müller. Even today, he is fascinated by the diverse demands of his profession and thrives on the variety each day presents. Devoted, determined and humorous, he always has the needs and desires of his guests in mind. For him, genuine hospitality is a key element of the Castell spirit, coupled with "the fine art of relaxing".

Irene Müller


As early as back in the day when she began her training, she was bitten by the “hospitality bug”, and ever since, this nature-loving, happy and even-tempered manager could not imagine doing anything else. She loves the variety, vitality and ever new encounters with people and employees with a wide range of different origins. She approaches the day in a structured manner and always offers a friendly ear for any concerns. Her motto: maintaining a constant presence for the guests and inspiring them with motivated employees.

Helmut Leitner


This skilled chef accepts every challenge with enthusiasm, always giving his best to amaze his guests with the refined simplicity of his unusual dishes. This includes creativity as well as attention to quality and detail. His gift for listening and talking, together with his charming nature, make this South Tyrolean the perfect team manager. He describes the Castell spirit as easy living combined with indulgence and recommends that all visitors to the Engadine immerse themselves with each one of their senses in the energizing power of the mountains.

Gianna Sorosina


Just relax, enjoy and be pampered. This is the recipe for a perfect vacation at the Castell. The observant restaurant manager contributes to this experience by always keeping her cool. The aspect of the personal contact with the diverse guests has never ceased to excite her, and with her helpful nature she manages to make even the impossible possible. 

Sarah Schärer

Head of Housekeeping

Practical work and tidiness are among Sarah's strengths. Luckily, that's the case, because thanks to her and her strong housekeeping team, things look piccobello at the Castell. She fits into the Castell like a glove, because she remains open and friendly even in hectic moments. If she were a hotel guest herself, she would get out of bed early in the morning in winter, enjoy the empty ski slopes, sip a hot chocolate at the Red Bar, and in the evening take a well-deserved sauna session in the rock sauna.

Antonio de Melo


He is the "multitasker" balancing the requirements of suppliers, contractors, employees, guests and apartment owners. This requires flexibility, a good sense of humour and reliability. Antonio De Melo values his varied work in a great team and enjoys impressing our guests with the hotel’s efficiently working state-of-the-art equipment.

Eva Leitner


After a 2-year break away from the Engadine, Eva has definitely figured it out: the Engadine is the most beautiful place and the Castell the greatest hotel on earth. Which is why, she has returned! This is good news because the Castell is anyway a matter of the heart for her. Two days out of the week, she implements marketing ideas, supports the directors with her left and right hands and is responsible for staff training. Her secret tip for a challenging hike in the Engadine is the "Senda dal Diavel" from Bernina Suot to the Munt Pers.

Monika Einbrodt


For Monika the "Castell-Spirit" means art and holiday. Our motivated and creative hamam manager, contributes to both with her artistic style and creates a big portion of vacation feeling. Through her personal service, she likes to amaze our guests and thanks to her good "instincts" she’s always successful. Those who stay at the Castell, without visiting the Hamam or sauna, definitely miss out on something.