A summit of natural beauty: regal peaked mountains, crystal clear lakes, a dry effervescent champagne climate, and of course Badrutt’s Palace, lure international guests to St. Moritz every summer.
St. Moritz, one of the worlds leading holiday destinations: chic, elegant, and exclusive, is a village nestled amid the mountains of Switzerland’s Upper Engadin at an impressive 1856 metres above sea level.
Upon your arrival in St. Moritz, a chauffeur driven Rolls Royce will pick you up and escort you to the palace, where a friendly and warm welcome will await you.
The one-of-a-kind hotel offers one hundred and fifty-seven comfortable guest rooms, thirty-seven of which are suites, and each are individually furnished and superbly appointed for every comfort and convenience. The exceptional views of Lake St. Moritz and the Swiss Alps, which can be seen from almost every room, rank the accommodation offered by Badrutt’s Palace Hotel amongst the world’s most luxurious.
The striking focal point of Badrutt’s Palace is undoubtedly Le Grand Hall. With panoramic views over Lake St. Moritz, its highly agreeable ambience makes it the perfect place to enjoy the St. Moritz lifestyle during afternoon tea, or caviar and champagne.
A short walk through Le Grand Hall brings you to the Renaissance Bar, which is considered the cosiest bar in all of St. Moritz, offering both classic and novel cocktails throughout the day, and is even noted for having the best Bellini in St. Moritz. Here, you can enjoy a lobster club sandwich, or a rare single malt with an exclusive cigar at the end of the day. The Renaissance Bar is simply a special experience to be had at St. Moritz’s Badrutt’s Palace.
It is almost as if every room at the Badrutt’s Palace Hotel has a spectacular view to offer… Le Relais, a restaurant offering French cuisine, is furnished in a colourful Belle Époque style with panoramic windows and views of Lake St. Moritz. Fine dining at its best, this restaurant is certainly not one to be missed.
At the heart of the hotel is the Palace Wellness.
The Engadin valley surrounding the palace can be seen and felt in every corner of the spa. Wrapped entirely in glass, the spa is flooded with natural light and boasts spectacular views of the Swiss Alps. No matter what the season, the view is breathtaking – whether it be of white snowy mountains, or of the lush alpine green surrounding Lake St. Moritz.
Heated all year round; the outdoor pool is a unique opportunity to bathe amidst the vivacious champagne climate surrounded by sparkling waters and the majestic peaks of the Swiss Alps.
The Palace Wellness offers everything from luxury treatments and state-of-the-art fitness equipment, to a complete wet zone with overwhelming views. With an average of three hundred and twenty-two days of sunshine each year, the Badrutt’s Palace Spa is the ideal place to pull up a lounger and watch the world go by surrounded by nothing but sheer splendour.
There is more to Badrutt’s Palace than harpists at breakfast, though. The adventure of St. Moritz lies on the hotels doorstep, and Badrutt’s Palace often encourages its guests to embrace it with a complimentary ticket for all mountain railways so that friends of Badrutt’s Palace can enjoy the breathtaking view of St. Moritz from atop the Swiss Alps. If this wasn’t enough, sitting on Lake St. Moritz is the palace’s own sail boat, which will royally sail guests of the hotel around the lake whilst they enjoy a champagne picnic.
Not only does adventure lie on the doorstep of Badrutt’s Palace, but so does the Via Serlas, the world’s shortest luxury shopping mile, yet one entirely capable of holding its own against all the rest. The chic boutiques along the Via Serlas exude the kind of international cachet that the palace guests expect, and can be found in the immediate vicinity of the hotel.
Badrutt’s Palace Hotel, in the heart of the Swiss Alps, offers a total escape from urban life in the unspoiled natural beauty of the Engadin valley. Regal and serene; Badrutt’s Palace Hotel is a true retreat from the cares of the world.
Via Serlas 27, 7500 St. Moritz, Switzerland