I will be spending two nights in San Murezzan in the second week of September, and have been researching the hotels and have narrowed it down to two probable choices. I have found a deal for the cheapest single room at La Margna for 306 CHF for two nights, or the best single room at Languard for 220 CHF. I'm somewhat leaning towards the Languard because the room has a view, whereas I suppose the one at La Margna doesn't. Is the Languard significantly uphill from the train station? In other words, can I get to it on foot from the train station with luggage?
By the way, both hotels are listed by the Swiss Tourist Office travel brochure as "Bergell Included." What does that mean? And when they say "Mountain railways included" would that include going to Diavolezza? Alp Grum?
Are the locals more likely to understand Italian, German, or English? Is it worth brushing up on my Italian? Are Romansch and Latin considered mutually intelligeable languages (that is can someone who speaks Latin understand spoken Romansch and vice-a-versa)?