Hotel Carlton

In 1913, the Russian Tsar Nicolas II, grandson of the legendary Tsar Alexander II and heir to the infamous Romanoff Dynasty, ordered the unique Carlton Hotel to be built as his summer residence and it quickly developed into the 5th of St Moritz's grand five-star hotels and has remained one of the leading hotels in the resort.

Then, in 2006, the hotel closed to undergo a complete renovation and reopened in December 2007 as St Moritz's first all suite boutique hotel with just 60 junior suites and suites - all boasting lake views.

The restaurant Romanoff will be the gastronomic venue whereas the Tschine will offer simpler fare in a contemporary setting.

The new Spa will feature an indoor pool, sauna, jacuzzi and several treatment rooms. A member of Leading Hotels of the World .

  • Swimming Pool
  • Sauna
  • Gym
  • Spa
  • Restaurant
  • Bar
  • Log Fire
Guide price
  • Scheduled flights
  • Accommodation
  • Swiss Rail transfer
  • 5 December 2021
  • 7 Nights
  • Hotel - Half Board
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The suites and Junior Suites are large, all with great views over the frozen lake, and the marble bathrooms are luxurious. The suites have been designed by Carlo Rampazzi and make great use of the natural space and light.

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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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