- Badrutt’s Palace Hotel, in the center of St. Moritz, has been synonymous with glitz and glamour since the resort opened as the Palace Hotel in 1896. Illustrious guests have included Audrey Hepburn, Marlene Dietrich and Charlie Chaplin, and today’s jet set continues to embrace the luxurious vibe.
- A favourite of celebrities and royalty alike since its opening in 1896, Badrutt’s Palace Hotel offers 122 guestrooms and 35 suites with stunning views of the Swiss Alps. Badrutt’s Palace is a celebration of style, sports, cuisine and fashion, with discreet service and traditional elegance evoking an atmosphere of pampered luxury for all.
- Le Grand Hall, the spacious lobby, is a favorite see-and be-seen, whether après-ski or during the summertime when the hotel bustles with wellness seekers who come for the region’s magnificent landscapes, as well as for the hotel’s renowned spa, the Palace Wellness.
- Everything at Badrutt’s Palace Hotel is high-profile and big name. Each of the rooms and suites comes with personalized butler service, and King’s Club is St. Moritz’s most buzzed-about nightclub.
- An ideal destination in both winter and summer, the hotel is located in one of the most challenging ski areas in the world and offers a host of summer alpine activities. Guests find the ultimate in relaxation at Palace Wellness, exciting nightlife at the King’s Social House (winter only), and world-renown cuisine from Dirk Haltenhof in the hotel’s 8 stylish restaurants.
- From haute French cuisine to rustic farm fare and Nobu menus served amid Belle Epoque splendour, Badrutt’s Palace Hotel is an alpine culinary destination.
- The eco-friendly spa draws inspiration from its majestic surroundings, uses organic botanicals and incorporates Indian, Thai and Japanese traditions.
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- Complimentary room upgrade on arrival.
- Daily complimentary buffet breakfast for two.
- Up to $100 dining or spa credit per stay, and or in-house dining / spa discounts.
- Welcome amenities (wine/chocolates/fruit) and card from the GM.
- Complimentary private airport transfers.
- Complimentary roll-away bed if required.
- Early check-in and late check-out.
- Complimentary Wi-Fi.
- Enhanced recognition through VIP status at all touch points in the guest experience.
A complete or partial suite of VIP benefits will be offered, subject to the property T&C, including availability, category of room & length of stay.
Hustle and bustle on Lake Silvaplana. Homewaters for the fleeting wind and kite surfers. The Maloja wind is reliable. So are the colleagues. Windsurf legend Bjorn Dunkerbeck therefore even relocated to Silvaplana.
The mountain biker’s dream: St. Moritz’s Corviglia has recently acquired three new flower trails. The Engadine is simply paradise with 400 km of trails in total. But honestly: Not only for bikers.
3 courses, 45 holes. St. Moritz and the Engadin are among the most prestigious golf destinations in the Alps. Attention, attention: The splendid natural scenery distracts from the game.
Hoist the sails of the »Badrutt’s Palace« – or pierce the rudder blade into the pristine surface of Lake St. Moritz in the morning. The wind ruffles the hair. This is freedom – at more than 1,800 meters above sea level.
Early Catch: The early fisherman catches the fish – together with our Head Chef of Chesa Veglia, Andrea Panatti. At 6.00 a.m., at one of the neighboring lakes in the region.
Three mountains up to 3’000 meters high are located around our 5 star hotel in St. Moritz, Switzerland: Piz Nair, Corvatsch and Diavolezza. And then there’s Corviglia and Muottas Muragl. With the best view of the Upper Engadine lakes, some celebrities have already found inspiration here.
Body tension and good balance? All beginnings are difficult – and, above all, quite chilly in the Lake St. Moritz. However, once you’ve worked out how it goes, Stand Up Paddling is real fun – and gives you a good figure.
Die hard bike fans end up pushing. Not necessarily true. The e-bike can overcome any hill – and makes you forget your fitness level. How convenient to be reminded of it again and again at the Fitness Centre of our 5 star hotel in St. Moritz, Switzerland.
Most people only dive into Lake St Moritz once – and are out again very quickly. The best place to wear that new bikini is Lake Staz. Very idyllic location. However, this also means that it is accessible only on foot or by bicycle.
It is a wonderfully liberating feeling trotting with »Fury« in the Engadine fields, lakes and forests – even if only in a dream. In reality the pace is more step than gallop.
Ears protectors on. Here we go. Oh, how beautiful. St. Moritz from a different perspective. Perhaps in-between there is a pit stop for a glass of champagne at the top station.
Everyone likes to be child again from time to time. Why not? It is real fun to speed around with a Piste Bully. Beforehand, learn interesting facts about the slope preparation, the gondola operation and the snow production. Then show what´s in you.
Buckle up, hold on tight, fly away – like an eagle. The Engadin gives you wings. What a feeling!
»No risk, no fun« is the motto of the rapid taxi on the former Olympia Bob Run. Incidentally, the only natural bobsleigh run in the world. »Men only« are allowed on the Cresta Run and crazy enough, to plunge headlong into the dangerous thrills.
In-house ski shop and ski school. Within walking distance from the 5 star hotel is the Corviglia moutain railway station. The slope is known for sun and fantastic views – not only on the chocolate Türmli in the ski bus. No Softie? Then up and away to the Corvatsch.
If you prefer winter sports from a safe distance take a horse-drawn carriage – like Alfred Hitchcock during his St. Moritz-holidays at the Palace. With a thermos of mulled wine and sweet treats from the pastry chef. Idyllic. Leave the work to everyone else.
Ever since Pippa cross-country skiing in St. Moritz is »en vogue« again. As sweet as the Duchess of Cambridge’s sister looks, to participate in the Ski Marathon is no picnic. Maybe just explore the cross-country ski runs in comfort?
Hiking sounds so old-fashioned. Winter hiking on Corviglia however can be wonderfully stylish combined with a break in a beach chair on El Paradiso.
Chess on ice: Curling is considered a tactical sport with many refinements. If you’re a beginner on the ice you can get help from our Curling-Master.
Tobogganing in the Engadin is not for wimps. Don’t forget the helmet. Slow speed is for elsewhere. Adrenaline rush and fun guaranteed! The route Preda-Bergün is recommended for beginners; Muottas Muragl or Darlux for bold & advanced guests.
Game, set, victory. Fancy a challenge? Our professional trainers are also available as ambitious tennis partners. Not for players who can not lose.
The 157 room Badrutt’s Palace is a magnificent gothic-inspired five star hotel in Switzerland’s most stylish winter resort, with spectacular views over the lake to the Swiss Alps. Badrutt’s Palace prides itself on its impeccable staff and service. A famous St Moritz landmark, Badrutt’s Palace has been welcoming guests since 1896 and is situated in a picturesque, central location in six acres of private grounds with stunning views of the lake and surrounding mountains. Badrutt’s Palace Hotel, in the center of St. Moritz, has been synonymous with glitz and glamour since the resort opened as the Palace Hotel and famous guests have included Audrey Hepburn, Marlene Dietrich and Charlie Chaplin, and today’s jet set continues to embrace the luxurious vibe.
Le Grand Hall, the spacious lobby, is a favorite see-and be-seen, whether après-ski or during the summertime when the hotel bustles with wellness seekers who come for the region’s magnificent landscapes, as well as for the hotel’s renowned spa, Palace Wellness. Everything at Badrutt’s Palace Hotel is high-profile and big name. Each of the rooms and suites comes with personalized butler service, and King’s Club is St. Moritz’s most buzzed-about nightclub. The history of Badrutt’s Palace Hotel fascinates everyone. Tradition and innovation melt into a stunning backdrop. It is the magic of this hotel that keeps guests coming back again and again. That indescribable feeling when you step into the Grand Hall. Be enchanted, far away from everyday life.
The hotel has 157 rooms and 38 suites, all newly renovated with magnificent views of the St Moritz lake or the village and Engadine mountains. The suites and deluxe rooms boast stylish Italian marble bathrooms and most have private balconies. All rooms have telephone, flat-screen television, safe, refreshment bar, wireless internet access, hairdryer, bathrobes and slippers.
The Superior Room offers a shower. The main difference to the next upper category is the size of the room. The flower girls left their traces on the high-quality fabrics and the Laura Ashley character creates a pleasant atmosphere. View of St. Moritz Dorf and the mountain Corviglia.
Spacious, individually designed and partly renovated. Welcome to the Deluxe Rooms. Soothing colours. Only the best materials used. Italian marble in the bathroom and a view of St. Moritz village.
Deluxe Lake Room
Spacious, individually designed and partly renovated. Welcome to the Deluxe Lake Room with lake view. Soothing colours. Only the best materials used. Italian marble in the bathroom.
Signature Lake Room with Balcony
Lake view! The view of lake St. Moritz and the Engadine mountains is so beautiful – and inspiring. Signature Lake Room with Balcony are restored with love and equipped with high-quality furniture.
Single Superior Room
The Single Superior Room offers a queen or single size bed. Some rooms are additionally equipped with bath tub. Enjoy the view of St. Moritz village and the Corviglia mountain.
Family Deluxe Room
Family Deluxe Room feels just like home. It is the only room that can accommodate parents with two children without having to connect two rooms. Practical room division with separate bedroom for parents and living room that can be converted into sleeping space for children. The view of vibrant St. Moritz village.
The Junior Suite meets the demands of a modern woman who knows exactly what she wants. Guaranteed lake view. Own balcony. Spacious and enough storage. Noble materials – and everything stylish.
Italian marble, elegant and traditional interior. Materials feel as soft as velvet. Spacious room division, with separate living room and bedroom. Private balcony with astonishing view on lake of St. Moritz.
Beau Rivage Suite
The Beau Rivage Suite wing is for guests who are very straight: classic, modern, with a cool touch. Highlight is the view from the bath tub. In addition, there is a balcony with lake view.
It was Suite 501 where Alfred Hitchcock came up with the idea for his legendary film »The birds«. Hitchcock stayed here every year for Christmas-but loved winter sports just »from a distance«. No wonder: The Suite with lots of wood gives a sense of safety and overlooks Lake St. Moritz.
St. Moritz Suite
The St. Moritz Suite with its spacious living room is a real showpiece. The spacious balcony is the ideal place to present the picturesque scenery with lake view to your guests. Throughout the Suite charming antiques are distributed, contributing to the feel-good atmosphere.
Helen Badrutt Suite
The Grande Dame of Plush is not missing anything. She is proud to have a Jacuzzi, a steam bath, withdrawing room and kitchenette. Noble interior and the latest technology at its best. Balcony with the view of the Lake St. Moritz. Can be expanded into 10 bedroom suite. Extra privacy with private entrance hall.
Hans Badrutt Suite
This suite with lake view is like a catchy tune: it stays on your mind. A marble entrance hall. A cosy library. The princess-like bathroom with make up mirror. From the Jacuzzi the princess overlooks the mountains. The dressing room provides ample space for all treasures. Can be extended into 5 bedroom suite.
There are eight restaurants, three bars and the King’s Social House offering a range of fantastic cuisine. ‘Le Restaurant’ serves a rich selection of International and French dishes in a classically decorated dining room and formal atmosphere. ‘Le Relais’ offers a more relaxed dining experience and looks out over the lake. The Chesa Veglia is a converted farmhouse on the grounds of the hotel which houses restaurants and bars. New for this season is the re-born King’s Club, now a new restaurant, bar and nightclub in collaboration with celebrated British chef, Jason Atherton.
Sophisticated gourmet restaurant serving specialities such as Pojarski with truffle cream sauce or Chateaubriand with béarnaise sauce. Open for breakfast or dinner. A jacket is required and a tie is recommended.
La Coupole - Matsuhisa
The Japanese star chef Nobuyuki Matsuhisa has opened his premier brand ‘Matsuhisa’restaurant which is a fusion of Japanese and Peruvian cuisine. Housed in the former tennis hall, the trendy interior has been designed by The Martin Brudnizki Desgin Studio in London and features a cocktail and sushi bar as well as options for private dining. Dress code is smart casual. Open for dinner only.
Authentic style restaurant serving international as well as traditional cuisine in the Chesa Veglia farmhouse. Open for lunch and dinner. Dress code is smart casual.
Serving pizza and Italian cuisine in a cosy rustic restaurant in the Chesa Veglia farmhouse. Open for dinner only. Dress code is smart casual.
Serving international specialities such as Chateaubriand and Poularde de Bresse in a cosy and intimate atmosphere. Open for dinner only and situated in the Chesa Veglia. Dress code is smart casual.
This restaurant has stunning views of Lake St. Moritz and the mountains. Dress code is casual. Open for lunch only.
Family friendly restaurant with authentic design to create a warm and cosy atmosphere. Serving balance and nourishing food and also has a juice bar. Has a lovely sunny terrace with views of the mountains. Open from 10am – 8pm.
IGNIV by Andreas Caminada
Only a few months after its opening in Badrutt’s Palace Hotel, IGNIV by Andreas Caminada was awarded with a Michelin Star. The second Fine-Dining-Sharing-Experience-Nest of the Swiss 3-Michelin-starred chef celebrate not only the joyful sharing of excellent cuisine but also the time we spend together.
King’s Social House
Famed as the oldest nightclub in Switzerland, King’s Club at Badrutt’s Palace Hotel has enjoyed a distinguished reputation as a legendary night spot for generations of St. Moritz jetsetters. In winter 2018/19 it was re-born as King’s Social House, in collaboration with celebrated British chef and restaurateur, Jason Atherton. Join us and celebrate with us at this new Dining & Dancing hotspot of St. Moritz!
A traditional bar, especially good for cigar and whisky connoisseurs with signature cocktails. A jacket is required after 7.30pm.
Probably every local has already visited the Bar Carigiet if he had to wait for a table in the Pizzeria Heuboden. In the end usually the table is waiting for the guest. The bar is just too cute – and cozy. Mind the ceiling – it is very low.
It is not a fairy tale that the drawings in the Polo Bar are originals of the known Swiss author. Nor that the Senate (Ständerat) decided in the Chesa Veglia that Romansh became the fourth national language of Switzerland. The proof can be found on the front door of the bar, adjacent to the Patrizier Stuben.
There is an indoor and outdoor swimming pool, sauna, solarium, hot tub, massage, beauty spa and fitness centre and in-house ski rental. The Kings Club nightclub lives up to the legendary St Moritz nightlife.
Stimulate your senses, restore your balance and enhance the state of your wellbeing, here at our spa in St. Moritz. Completely offline, dive into the Infinity-Pool – or the Engadin mountain scenery. Enjoy simplicity, with a »wow« factor.
The famous granite diving rock is calling! Every loyal guest of Badrutt´s Palace Hotel has done it at least once: diving into the oval shaped Palace-pool. Inside and out: Panoramic views everywhere. A visit to the heated outdoor pool of the Wellness Hotel in St. Moritz is highly recommended. Take your partner when it´s snowing – very romantic.
Have you eaten too many chocolate Palace Türmli? The Fitness Centre at the best hotel in St. Moritz might just be the place for you. Equipped with a variety of fitness and cardio equipment from Technogym. Designed for comprehensive individual exercise programs, guided by personal trainers. The windows overlooking the Alps can be opened. Great! Training with champagne feeling.
Not the type for disciplined workout on the equipment? Then we recommend you try one of our fitness classes. In the programme we have Boxing Yoga, Qi Gong, Hatha Yoga, Tai Chi and Pilates. For your children also Kids Yoga.