WHERE GENERATIONS MEET.
It looks like a fairy-tale castle and ranks among the best hotels in the world. Surrounded by beautiful, breathtaking and unspoilt scenery, Badrutt's Palace Hotel in St. Moritz awaits its illustrious throng of guests who enjoy the luxury and discreet service of a unique five-star hotel. Badrutt's Palace Hotel ceremoniously opened back in 1896 and to this day it has lost nothing of its lordly charm.
This is mainly thanks to the responsibly-minded owners Hansjürg and Anikó Badrutt as well as the committed Managing Director & Delegate of the Board Hans Wiedemann. The hotelier family have repeatedly invested many millions of Swiss Francs in the Grand Hotel and successfully united history and a modern spirit in perfect synthesis.
The traditional and legendary hotel with its 157 luxurious rooms perfectly masters the fine art of hospitality and understands how to pamper the top international guests in St. Moritz with the appropriate atmosphere, décor and the finest cuisine. Exquisite delicacies are offered in the hotel's restaurants, ranging from the classic French cuisine in ›Le Restaurant‹, to modern Japanese-Peruvian creations at ›Matsuhisa@Badrutt's Palace‹ as well as international and Italian cuisine in ›Chesa Veglia‹. After the culinary delights, guests are enticed either by the ski slopes, a romantic sleigh ride or perhaps a shopping spree in the exclusive Palace Galerie. All the top names in international fashion line the street.
The elaborately designed ›Palace Wellness‹ offers sufficient possibilities of regeneration for any age. The wellness concept for the whole body aims to enhance wellbeing through natural daylight, fresh air and by connecting to the surrounding nature using local materials such as cembran pinewood and silver granite from the San Bernardino Pass. In ›Palace Wellness‹ guests can find outdoor sports such as tennis in summer and ice skating in winter, a treatment centre with a range of classic and modern treatments, a Wet Zone with various saunas and a fitness area facilitating a general sport programme.
For bookings of two or more consecutive nights, Badrutt's Palace Hotel also offers its guests a free pass for the duration of their stay for all mountain railways in St. Moritz and the Upper Engadin.
Why have a Thai-spa if the magic of the Engadine is just on the doorstep? The Palace-spa relates with its surroundings. In the changing rooms you smell pine wood. In the Centre of the ›Palace Spa/Wet Zone‹ is an Engadine fountain, acting as an eyecatcher. A Classic local sgraffito painting and a colourful stained glass window represent extraordinary handcrafts of local artists.