Badrutt's is one of the hotels of Europe, a bastion of old-school luxury favored by celebrities and royalty since 1896. It calls itself a palace, but a better...more
This five-star hotel does not have the same high profile as its rivals, but it could be considered the most luxurious. Originally built in 1913, this historic...more
A more relaxed and informal (not to mention less expensive) alternative to St. Moritz's surfeit of grand hotels, the Trivella family's little lake-view inn at...more
This comfortable three-star hotel lies in an elevated position above the village of Dorf. It has a sauna, steam room, solarium, and great views of Lake St....more
Soon after the concept of a Swiss Alp vacation became fashionable in the middle of the 19th century, St. Moritz welcomed this grand hotel—located next to...more
The 183-room Kulm—opened in 1856 as the first of St. Moritz's five-star grande dames—is ideally located a short walk from the ski train to Corviglia...more
Perched above a little forest in an area of private chalets about a mile west of St. Moritz's main villages (i.e. Bad and Dorf), Suvretta House has excellent...more
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