Cresta Palace Hotel

Built in 1906 and over 1700m above sea level, the Cresta Palace hotel is located in central Celerina, next door to St Moritz, and offers direct access to the Corviglia cable car. With free parking, a bus stop on its doorstep and the railway station only 150m away, the Cresta Palace is easily accessible by any transport link. 

With over ten styles of room to choose from, the Cresta Palace offers the perfect range to suit any size ski holiday. 

The hotel includes numerous restaurants and bars ranging from the ‘Grand Restaurant’ to a ‘Pop-Up Fondue’ restaurant opening mid-December 2018. Its on-site spa with pool and sauna is the perfect place to relax after a day on the slopes. The Cresta Palace also offers a large boot-room with ski-boot and glove heating and a kids' club. 

  • Swimming Pool
  • WiFi
  • Sauna
  • Satellite TV
  • Restaurant
  • Bar
  • Close to slopes

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Bedrooms

All rooms have satellite TV and WIFI.

Master Suite/Apartment

With a south-facing view onto Celerina, the Master Suite/Apartment sleeps up to 6 people. It hosts three double bedrooms, two large bathrooms, a lounge and dining area, a fully equipped kitchen and 2 extra rooms with walk-in wardrobes.

Suite

Offering a double bed, two bathrooms and a separate lounge area, the Suite room is perfect for two people. All have south-facing views across Celerina with some having a terrace or balcony. 

Double Junior Suite

The Double Junior Suite accommodates two people with a double bed, bathroom with bathtub and small sitting area, with expansive views over the Celerina resort.

Double Deluxe

Looking out onto the resort, the Double Deluxe room is furnished with a double bed, bathroom and small sitting area. Some beds may be separated to create a twin room upon request.

Double Superior

A north-facing room, the Double Superior hosts a double bed, bathroom and small sitting area. Some have balconies.

Grandlit Comfort

With south-facing views, a small sitting room, double bed and bathroom with bathtub, the Grandlit Comfort sleeps up to two people. Up to 2 extra beds may be added if requested.

Double Comfort

A double north-facing room with a bathroom and small sitting area. Some beds may be separated to create a twin room upon request. Up to 2 extra beds may be added if requested.

Grandlit Standard

The Grandlit Standard offers a queen-size bed and small sitting with north-facing views. A child’s bed can be added at an extra price.

Double Standard

A double bed, bathroom with shower and a small seating area with north-facing views, sleeping up to two people.

Single Standard

Sleeping one person, the Single Standard room offers a single bed and bathroom with shower. An extra bed may be added in this room upon request.  

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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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