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St. Moritz, Badrutt's Palace Hotel 6*

St. Moritz, Switzerland



Welcome to the legendary and unique Badrutt's Palace Hotel, the famous symbol of St. Moritz. Set in the breathtaking natural surroundings of the Swiss Alps and embedded in more than a century of history, the “Grande Dame” of Swiss hotels is home to royalty, stars and sport lovers who value quality. Lake St. Moritz, surrounded by picturesque alpine peaks and the shimmering Engadin light, is the ideal background for a destination that abounds with traditional hospitality and discrete service.



Badrutt's Palace Hotel is situated in the charming resort town of St. Moritz, in the Engadin valley of the Swiss Alps. St. Moritz is renowned for its picturesque setting, nestled at an elevation of about 1,856 meters (6,089 feet) above sea level. Badrutt's Palace Hotel is conveniently located in the center of the town, offering easy access to the slopes, the lake, and various attractions. The nearest major airport to St. Moritz is Zurich Airport (ZRH), which is well-connected to major cities worldwide. From Zurich, guests can either take a scenic train journey to St. Moritz or opt for a private transfer. The train ride offers breathtaking views of the Swiss countryside and typically takes around 3 to 4 hours. The Glacier Express, one of the world's most famous scenic trains, also connects St. Moritz to Zermatt, offering a leisurely and picturesque journey through the mountains. For those seeking a more exclusive and expedited arrival, Badrutt's Palace Hotel offers helicopter transfer services. Guests can enjoy a breathtaking aerial view of the Alps before landing in the hotel's designated helipad.


With 155 guestrooms, the hotel caters to various preferences, ensuring a personalized and luxurious stay. Featuring a traditional aesthetic, the guest rooms of this seven-story property showcase plush upholstered headboards, classic armchairs, and rich dark woods. Ranging in size from 270 to 485 square feet, the rooms offer varying levels of space and comfort. The most exceptional rooms boast scenic views of the adjacent lake and the mountains beyond. The suite options begin with the 485-square-foot junior suite and extend to the lavish Hans Badrutt Suite, a 1,885-square-foot haven that includes a marble entrance hall and a wood-paneled library. Beds are adorned with a delightful touch – old-fashioned hot water bottles dressed in cheeky covers that playfully suggest, "If nobody keeps you warm tonight, let it be me." Luxurious marble bathrooms, complete with black granite countertops, rain showers, and soft terrycloth robes, add a further touch of indulgence to the accommodations. The three-story Tower Penthouse Suite, which has been open to guests for two years, is located directly in the hotel`s famous tower and is considered one of the most exclusive suites in the Alps.


Culinary enthusiasts are spoiled for choice with ten restaurants, including a Matsuhisa restaurant—one of the few in the world—and three bars providing a diverse range of gastronomic delights. The Paradiso Mountain Club, a hot spot in St. Moritz, adds to the culinary portfolio, offering an unforgettable dining experience. The Renaissance Bar, a gem within Badrutt's Palace, not only offers the most exclusive vintage cigars, frequently auctioned. Wine enthusiasts will find delight in the extensive in-house wine cellar, boasting over 30,000 bottles of wine and champagne. The collection features rare exhibits that are typically found only in a select few luxury hotels around the world. The hotel proudly holds the title of a Krug Ambassador, further enhancing its reputation as a connoisseur's paradise. For those seeking relaxation, Palace Wellness is a sanctuary in the mountains. The indoor infinity pool and heated outdoor pool provide a picturesque setting for indulgence. The fitness area offers a range of hydrotherapy treatments, aroma and salt steam saunas, and a selection of relaxing massages. The wise saying "Mens sana in corpore sano" is embodied in the healthy restaurant La Diala, serving smart balanced dishes to complement a rejuvenating spa day.


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As guests arrive, they are treated to a regal transfer from the train station in a Rolls-Royce, once owned by none other than Queen Elizabeth II herself, adding a touch of royal sophistication to the journey. This attention to detail sets the tone for the extraordinary experiences that await within the hotel.



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