A true expression of St. Moritz opulence, the Palace has hosted high-society and celebrities since its opening in 1896; illustrious guests from around the world who see the hotel as their second home. Politicians, heads of state, industrialists, and prominent names from the world of art and music meet year after year in St. Moritz at Badrutt’s Palace.
The much-acclaimed Grande Dame of St. Moritz has undergone an extensive program of renovation, while taking utmost care to preserve the unique character of the hotel. Though much has changed, and pioneer work has been done, Badrutt’s Palace Hotel’s maxim remains as it has always been: to anticipate and fulfill their guests’ wishes and dreams. Guests find the ultimate in relaxation at Palace Wellness, and nightlife at the King’s Club.
SPA: “Palace Wellness” located in the bedrock 6 floors below the hotel’s ground floor, consists of 10 treatment rooms (including two luxury spa suites), fitness centre, private sun terrace, outdoor tennis courts in the summer that doubles as an ice rink in the winter, the Kids’ Club Palazzino and an indoor swimming pool. Indoor/outdoor swimming pool, jacuzzi, steam rooms, tennis courts and fitness area. A full range of treatments is available.
RESTAURANTS AND BAR: “Le Restaurant” French and international cuisine in a classic dining room. NOBU: Japanese with Peruvian influences, run by Nobuyuki Matsuhisa of L.A. fame. The Renaissance Bar - Davidoff Lounge is the coziest bar in St. Moritz, offering classic and innovative cocktails; a place for people “to see and be seen.”
LOCATION: St. Moritz center on the Via Serlas, walking distance to exclusive shops, restaurants, train and skiing.