Escort Service St. Moritz

Aside from being a holiday resort, St. Moritz is also the birthplace of Alpine winter tourism (1864) and the location of two Winter Olympic Games.

Although the springs have been known for 3,000 years, the place was originally considered a summer spa due to their healing properties

Hotel recommendation St.Moritz

Grand Hotel des bains Kempinski

It is St Moritz’s oldest and largest five-star hotel, located on a natural spring prized for its healing properties. Winter sports enthusiasts will appreciate its huge spa and direct access to the slopes. The interiors are contemporary with occasional 19th-century features mixed in.

Badrutt`s Palace Hotel

Located in St Moritz’s centre, Badrutt’s Palace combines historic splendour with Mayfair glamour. The first features a grand lobby, elegant dining rooms, and traditional furnishings, while the latter features stylish restaurants, designer boutiques, and a subterranean nightclub.

Carlton Hotel St.Moritz

Located on the shores of Lake St. Moritz, this historic five-star hotel offers 60 lake-view suites, two fine-dining restaurants, and a spa.

Restaurant recommendation St.Moritz

Dal Mulin

You will find both traditional dishes as well as international delicacies prepared by the top chefs at Dal Mulin.

Ecco on Snow

There is no doubt that the Ecco on Snow will spoil you with wonderful menu sequences, unusual greetings from the kitchen, a warm and welcoming atmosphere, and an emphasis on local ingredients.

Chesa al Parc

Chesa al Park at the Kulm Hotel St. Moritz is one of the best restaurants in the region. Here you can enjoy traditional Swiss dishes prepared by top chefs.

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