Rooms & Suites
Badrutt’s Palace Hotel has 155 elegant guest rooms and suites, all with heart-stopping views of the lake or the charming village centre. Unique room designs and layouts characterize our historic hotel.
Hans Badrutt Suite
This is one of the hotel's most prestigious suites. The marble entrance hall sets the stage for an exceptional visit. Ideal for living, entertaining, or conducting executive business. The suite can be extended into a five-bedroom suite for larger families or groups.
St. Moritz Suite
This suite is an ideal option for families, as an extra bed can be placed in the living room. For the convenience of larger families, most St. Moritz Suites can connect to one or more additional rooms.
Signature Double Room lake view with balcony
Large balcony doors swing open to invite fresh air and sunlight, allowing these extraordinary rooms to sparkle. Views of lake and mountains never fail to draw you in.
Deluxe Double Room village side
Unwind after your day hiking or adventuring outdoors in this wonderfully comfortable room, featuring the latest in entertainment technology and ample space to refresh and relax.
In the footsteps of Sir Alfred Hitchcock
Stay in our famous "SUITE 501", where Sir Alfred Hitchcock was a regular guest for decades - two packages await that will make your Hitchcock heart beat faster.
Take a bit more time! Spend five or more nights with
Badrutt's Palace and enjoy special savings.
Enjoy an unforgettable golf experience. Unlimited golfing or
one round daily at the Samedan or Zuoz golf courses.
Live the dream! Make St. Moritz and Badrutt’s Palace your home for 30 days or more and receive up to 20% additional savings.
Take a break to dive in, switch off, and breathe out. Treat yourself: the Palace Wellness is a truly relaxing haven in the midst of the Swiss Alps.
Classic sophistication meets contemporary local and global menus from Europe’s most celebrated chefs.
Swiss National Day
Enjoy a Swiss specialty dinner buffet accompanied by traditional Swiss music to celebrate the anniversary of the Swiss Confederation. Dinner starts at 7pm in Le Restaurant.
Palace Garden Lunch Party
Enjoy a sumptuous lunch buffet in our charming garden. An unmissable event for the entire family. Live band music.
Five restaurants, the Renaissance Bar, Gelateria Palace and some private dining venues make for an unforgettable culinary experience.
Le Grand Hall & Terrace
Join us for a la carte breakfast with a glass of champagne (included, per guest), half-board dining, or afternoon tea. A daily selection of cocktails, sandwiches, and snacks is available.
La Diala’s healthy menu options include simple pasta dishes, poke bowls, and an assortment of fresh salads and sandwiches.
Le Relais & Veranda
Lake St. Moritz and the mountains make a stunning backdrop during our a la carte breakfast with glass of champagne (included, per guest).
Enjoy a nightcap or cigar by the big stone hearth, or perch on one of the original swivel leather bar stools as the bartender mixes your favourite cocktail.
A farmhouse built in 1658, the beloved Chesa Veglia houses three restaurants and two bars, including the ever-popular Pizzeria Heuboden and Patrizier Stuben.
Enjoy handmade ice cream with a large variety of toppings at the Palace Gelateria in Via Serlas.
With its soaring mountaintops, crystal-clear lakes and invigorating outdoor activities, the Engadin valley is the perfect backdrop for your St. Moritz adventure.
Discover Badrutt’s Palace world of luxury, lifestyle, fashion, art and activities
through the lens of Tower Revue, our online magazine.
Summer in St. Moritz
Discover this summer a selection of exclusive experiences and activities – such as river rafting, paragliding, or a visit at the Alpine cheese dairy.
Food of the Swiss Alps
What do a barley soup and a zander-saffron ceviche have in common? It’s simple: both are typical of the Alpine cuisine that characterises Switzerland.
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Innovation Since 1896
Johannes Badrutt was as courageous as a ski jumper. Without him, St. Moritz would not be the glamorous winter sports destination it is today.