St Moritz Travel Planner by Tom Brosnahan

  Badrutt's Palace Hotel, St Moritz
A landmark in the center of St Moritz with spectacular views and perfect service, it's been a favorite of celebrities and royalty since 1896.


Created over a century ago (in 1896) by Caspar Badrutt, scion of the family that first brought upper-class British visitors to St Moritz, the 5-star, 157-room Badrutt's Palace Hotel looks as much like a castle as a palace, and serves both functions to visiting celebrities and jet-setters who require the height of luxury and perfect service in an atmosphere of high style and honored tradition.

Badrutt's first guests expected the best of everything, and their demanding tastes set the tone of this palatial lodging for the next century.

A soaring Gothic Great Hall with baronial black marble fireplaces, fortress-like towers, and a situation right in the town, may have exceeded their expectations.

The hotel's guestrooms and suites have every comfort, including free Wifi, free minibar, and free movie channels on the flat-screen TV.

Grand Halle, badrutt's Palace Hotel, St Moritz, Switzerland

Badrutt's Palace provides all expected luxury services, as well as breathtaking alpine and lake views: four restaurants, an indoor swimming pool, spa and fitness area, an outdoor tennis court in summer which becomes an ice-skating rink in winter, and free shuttle service to the Corvatsch Cable Car and to the St Moritz train station.

Come in the winter during ski season, stay for at least two nights, and the hotel will provide you with a ski lift pass valid for every day of your stay—no extra charge.

Badrutt's Palace Hotel
Via Serlas 27
CH-7500 St Moritz, Switzerland

—by Tom Brosnahan

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