Your mountain hideaway, with panoramic vistas of the lake or the picturesque village. The Badrutt’s Palace Hotel, opened in 1896 by Caspar Badrutt, was the first Palace hotel in the world. For more than 115 years, it has enjoyed an international reputation of high hospitality. The Badrutt's Palace Hotel, with its tower and the unforgettable silhouette, has become the symbol of St. Moritz. The famous hotel occupies a central but quiet location in six acres of private grounds with the lake's views and mountains.
Rooms & Suites - Guest accommodations at Badrutt’s Palace Hotel invite you to take in their magnificent views of Lake St. Moritz or the charming village center. Unique designs and layouts of the 157 guest rooms and suites add personality to your visit and are emblematic of this historic hotel property.
Dining - Cosmopolitan cuisine for the curious and discerning. Join us on a world-class culinary adventure that includes Andreas Caminada’s Michelin-starred IGNIV, Japanese-Peruvian Matsuhisa, and more. The choice is, truly, yours. Badrutt's Palace tempts you with eight restaurants, three bars, and the King’s Social House, the lively, exuberant club. Every meal is a discovery, with unparalleled quality and warm, convivial service. From signature Japanese-Peruvian fare at Matsuhisa, Michelin-star dining at IGNIV, to a casual dinner at the Pizzeria Heuboden: the culinary team at Badrutt's Palace celebrates your favorite classics with an eye most decidedly on what's happening locally... and globally.
''La Diala Restaurant'' - La Diala means “mountain fairy” in Romansh and symbolizes a deep connection to the hotel's setting. Located in the heart of Palace Wellness, vistas of the snow-covered mountains complement La Diala's light, fresh, healthful menu. Ideal for dining with small children. ''Le Grand Hall'' - The legendary hotel lobby, with its expansive views, fanciful décor, and extravagant architecture, is known as the "living room of St. Moritz". Experience Badrutt's Palace is most glamorous over afternoon tea, champagne, and caviar, all accompanied by a live pianist. ''La Coupole - Matsuhisa'' - Japanese's star chef Nobuyuki Matsuhisa ("NOBU") helms La Coupole / Matsuhisa in the hotel's former indoor tennis hall, which was Europe’s first. You'll savor the imaginative fusion of Japanese and Peruvian cuisines. The stylish glass-domed space includes a cocktail and sushi bar and a private dining room.
''IGNIV by Andreas Caminada'' - IGNIV means "nest" and for celebrated chef Andreas Caminada, that stands for spending time together and an innovative take on small plates for sharing. One of St. Moritz's most coveted restaurants, IGNIV, was honored with a second Michelin star in 2020. 2 Michelin Stars, 17 Gault Millau points.
''Le Restaurant'' - Candlelight and white tablecloths, crystal chandeliers, and double-height windows: this is the "grand dame" of St. Moritz dining. The formal dining room offers a rare chance to experience the theatrical “in-front-of-you” Gueridon service. A live harpist elegantly elevates breakfast. ''Chesa Veglia Restaurant'' - A farmhouse built in 1658, the beloved Chesa Veglia houses three restaurants (Swiss, Italian and French) and two bars: the cozy Polo Bar and the eponymous Bar Carigiet, featuring the fairytale drawings of Engadin painter and illustrator Alios Carigiet. Chesa Veglia is a delightful three-minute stroll from the hotel. ''Chesa Veglia: Pizzeria Heuboden'' - Rustic and authentic, the ever-popular Pizzeria Heuboden is in the hayloft of Chesa Veglia. Original brick-oven pizzas and Italian specialties. ''Chesa Veglia: Patrizier Stuben'' - With the atmosphere of a Swiss mountain chalet, Patrizier Stuben offers traditional Swiss cuisine, including locally sourced vegetables, fish, meats, and an international wine list. ''Chesa Veglia: Grill Chadafö'' - You'll experience fine French cuisine like foie gras and classic grilled meat and fish from the building's original stone oven. This is St. Moritz dining at its very, very best.
Wellness & Spa - Dive in with all your senses and discover the benefits of Palace Wellness. Revitalize your senses, restore your balance, and enhance your well-being at the ever-evolving spa and wellness center. Fully connect with yourself in the Palace Wellness spa, with an indoor infinity swimming pool, extensive fitness facilities, and full massage and beauty services. ''Treatments'' - Restore and renew with a comprehensive range of massage and beauty treatments. Choose from Ayurvedic therapies and manicures to facials and eye treatments. Special packages are available. ''Spa Suites'' - The ultimate private experience: the Spa Suites are the perfect place to recharge your batteries, rejuvenate and feel refreshed.
Palace Experiences - The Engadin valley, with its snowy mountain peaks, beautiful frozen lakes, and convivial social scene, is the perfect backdrop for your St. Moritz adventure.- Winter Activities - Immerse yourself in the beauty of the snowscape, where you’ll experience the exhilaration and the rewards of a day well spent – and the coziness of an evening “apres.” Winter pastimes in the Engadin valley are as wonderfully varied as the landscape. And the knowledgeable staff at Badrutt’s Palace Hotel will share their insight and expertise to ensure your local agenda is tailored with just the right balance of activity, renewal, and relaxation.
''Fitness'' - Stay on top of your fitness routine (or kick it up a notch) in the sunlit fitness center. With state-of-the-art Technogym equipment and a certified personal trainer, you’ll also enjoy complimentary drinks and energy snacks. ''Indoor Yoga'' - Enter the yoga room and balance your mind, body, and soul in a session of pure blissfulness. The experienced instructors are available on request. ''Ice Skating'' - The ice rink at Badrutt’s Palace invites you to take a turn on its expansive, well-groomed surface. Rent a pair of skates (or bring your own) and glide along serenely – or take flight for your daily workout. ''Ski Instruction'' Whether a refresher lesson or some professional tips on your technique, the experienced ski instructors will accompany you on the mountain and assist you in skiing safely and with confidence. A complimentary shuttle bus will whisk you to the cable car departure station.
''Tobogganing'' - A variety of exciting adventures beckon, from kilometer-long descents to challenging skid runs. Tobogganing is fun for all ages; it's the ideal family pursuit. The Concierge will recommend the perfect run and organize your fun-filled day. ''Hiking'' - Exceptional hiking begins just outside Badrutt’s Palace. Retreat into the wilderness for a restorative afternoon, an energetic multi-day trek, or a short, contemplative stroll in the pristine snowscape. The team will share their best tips and the best trails for an unforgettable hike. ''Skijöring'' - This is an absolute must, and there are very few places you can do this: you’ll ski or snowboard while being pulled by a horse. This has been called “winter’s wildest sport,” and once you try, you’ll be hooked. ''Paragliding'' - Paragliding is as popular in winter as in summer; you'll enjoy clear, sunny skies and thrilling vistas of the surrounding mountains. Sail over the snowy rooftops of St. Moritz or glide near a mountain summit; it will be a highlight of your Badrutt’s Palace experience.
Kids Fun & Games - Your entire family will enjoy your Badrutts Palace visit to the fullest. The Palazzino Kids Club program is fun and educational, suitable for ages 3 to 12 years. The professionally-trained staff will take care of your children throughout the day so that you can enjoy a spa break, a day out shopping, or a romantic dinner just the two of you.