Badrutt Palace -Top of the world!

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Badrutt’s Palace Hotel, situated amidst breathtaking and unspoiled scenery, has long been hailed as a landmark in the centre of St.Moritz and is the ultimate expression of the Swiss Alps region. A favorite of celebrities and royalty alike since its opening in 1896, Badrutt’s Palace Hotel offers 157 guestrooms including 38 suites  with stunning views of the Swiss Alps.

Badrutt’s Palace Hotel is a celebration of style, sports, cuisine and fashion, with discreet service and traditional elegance evoking an atmosphere of pampered luxury for all. An ideal destination in both winter and summer, as the hotel is located in one of the most challenging, ski areas in the world and offers a large variety of summer activities. Guests find the ultimate in relaxation in the Palace Wellness, exciting nightlife at the King’s Club, and world-renown cuisine in the hotel’s restaurant –including Nobu-and nearby Chesa Veglia.

Amid the crystal lakes and majestic peaks of the Swiss Alps a unique place has been created which unites specialized wellness facilities and treatments in conjuction with the nature and beauty of the Engadin valley.”Palace Welness” is a refuge designed to follow the excellence , tradition and history of the Badrutt’s Palace Hotel.

St Moritz is regarded as the birthplace of winter tourism in the Alps: sophisticated travellers have been visiting St. Moritz since the middle of the 19th century, even in the coldest season of the year. Johannes Badrutt was the pioneering host who enticed the first holidaymakers to the magical snowscape of the Upper Engadin. Even 115 years after the opening of Badrutt’s Palace Hotel, this luxury hotel still represents superiority in its offer and service!

With Gratitude T.

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