Badrutt’s Palace Hotel
Badrutt’s Palace Hotel, in the center of St. Moritz, has been synonymous with glitz and glamour since the resort opened as the Palace Hotel in 1896. Illustrious guests have included Audrey Hepburn, Marlene Dietrich and Charlie Chaplin.
Badrutt’s Palace Hotel is ideal location for après-ski or for wellness seekers who come for the region’s magnificent landscapes, as well as for the hotel’s renowned spa, the Palace Wellness.
DOUBLE ROOM DELUXE
Spacious, individually designed and extensively renovated. Only the best materials used. Italian marble in the bathroom and a view of St. Moritz village.
DOUBLE GRAND DELUXE
The view of lake St. Moritz and the Engadine mountains is astonishing. The Grand Deluxe Rooms are restored with love and equipped with high-quality furniture.
Very attractive for families: The Suite Deluxe. It can be connected with two more bedrooms and has its own balcony and lake view.
Suite 501 where Alfred Hitchcock came up with the idea for his legendary film »The birds«. Hitchcock stayed here every year for Christmas – but loved winter sports just »from a distance«. No wonder: The Suite with lots of wood gives a sense of safety.
SUITE ST. MORITZ
The Suite St. Moritz with its spacious living room is a real showpiece. The spacious balcony is the ideal place to present the picturesque scenery to guests. Throughout the Suite charming antiques are distributed, contributing to the feel-good atmosphere.
SUITE BEAU RIVAGE
The Suite in the Beau Rivage wing is for guests who are very straight: classic, modern, with a cool touch. Highlight is the view from the bath tub. In addition, there is a balcony with lake view.
HANS BADRUTT SUITE
A marble entrance hall. A cosy library. The princess-like bathroom with make up mirror. From the Jacuzzi the princess overlooks the mountains. The dressing room provides ample space for all treasures.
Le Restaurant is the grand dame of St. Moritz dining, all candlelight and white tablecloths, crystal chandeliers and double-height windows overlooking the snow-covered Alps. During high season at Badrutt’s Palace Hotel, harpists and musical ensembles score breakfasts and dinners of haute French and international cuisine.
Japanese star chef Nobuyuki Matsuhisa (“NOBU”) opened this new restaurant La Coupole/Matsuhisa at Badrutt`s Palace in the former tennis hall, which was once Europe’s first. The stylish restaurant incorporates a cocktail and sushi bar as well as a private dining room.
The crystal lakes and majestic peaks of the Swiss Alps inspired the 2009 renovation of the Palace Wellness Spa. Local artisans helped craft spaces from cembran pine and San Bernadino silver into an eco-friendly space with ten treatment rooms, including a hair spa, pedicure area, solarium, body treatment wing and private spa suites, as well as saunas, steam baths and an indoor and outdoor heated pool. Badrutt’s Palace’s Spa has been named best hotel spa in Switzerland 2016.