Hotel Badrutt's Palace

Opened in 1896 by Caspar Badrutt, this luxury ski hotel was the first Palace hotel to be built in the world. Its distinctive architecture with the Palace Tower makes it a landmark within St. Moritz. Now part of Rosewood Hotels, the hotel has all the facilities one would expect of a luxury five-star property including extensive spa, swimming pool and private skating rink. A member of Leading Hotels of the World, there are six restaurants to choose from, including those located in the popular Chesa Veglia — a 17th-century chalet just across the road which also has two bars. For a nightcap, choose from the popular Renaissance bar or the legendary Kings Club recently refurbished in a Moorish style.

The King's Social House is a new addition to Badrutt's Palace. The King's Club has been entirely transformed into the new, chic restaurant headed by celebrated British chef and restaurateur, Jason Atherton. Formerly the oldest nightclub in Switzerland, King's Club enjoyed an outstanding reputation as a spot for the socialites and glitterati of St. Moritz. Now, it is reborn into a new restaurant, bar and nightclub, sure to be a hot spot with many.

  • Swimming Pool
  • Hot Tub
  • WiFi
  • Sauna
  • Gym
  • Restaurant
Guide price
£2,845pp
  • Scheduled flights
  • Accommodation
  • Swiss Rail transfer
  • 5 December 2021
  • 7 Nights
  • Hotel - Half Board
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Bedrooms

No two rooms are alike. Standard rooms face towards the village whereas smaller superior rooms and Junior Suites have stunning views over the frozen lake. Some of the floors have been recently renovated to offer Grand Superior and Grand Deluxe rooms and suites with marble bathrooms.

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Resort details

St Moritz

St. Moritz was the first all-round winter sports resort in the world, and 150 years after its birth as a tourist destination it still holds a very special appeal and boasts a myriad of activities. It holds a magnificent position in Switzerland's broad Engadine valley, offering fantastic panoramic views and excellent skiing. The resort is divided into three separate villages; Dorf which is the glitzy region on the shore of Lake St. Moritz, St. Moritz Bad which has a more relaxed atmosphere and Celerina which has a strong Italian following. All three villages have lifts into the 2,486m core of the main ski area, Corviglia.

St Moritz continues to be an important winter destination for members of the international jet set and a host of regular celebrities, who flock to the exclusive resort for the fantastic shopping and skiing alike. The architecture of the St. Moritz dates to the mid-1900s, and whilst these buildings are fairly non-descript, it is the views from them which truly make the resort. Visitors will be dazzled by the surrounding forests, high mountains and lakes which create a truly magical, natural setting.

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