Rooms & Suites
Badrutt’s Palace Hotel has 157 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.
Superior Double Room
The soothing warm colours and thoughtful layout of this room make it comfortable for two guests.
Signature Lake Double Room
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.
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.
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.
Enjoy the sparkling Engadin sun, fresh snow on the slopes, and our legendary service with these special winter packages.
Enjoy the winter to its very fullest. Make St. Moritz and Badrutt's Palace your home. Special conditions for stays of 28 days or longer.
Savour culinary highlights from some of the world's top chefs. St. Moritz Gourmet Festival takes place from 29th January - 6th February, 2021
Take time out from the bustle in oh-so-soothing surroundings.
Treat yourself and breathe out.
Luxury Ski Break
3- or 5-day luxury break on skis for those who crave for the
adrenalin rush on the slopes. Ski passes for two included.
Take a bit more time! Spend five or more nights with
Badrutt's Palace and enjoy special savings.
Treat yourself and your partner with the ultimate romantic getaway. Spend two unforgettable nights at Badrutt's Palace.
Featured content spotlight
Classic sophistication meets contemporary local and global menus from Europe’s most celebrated chefs, including Michelin-star-rated Andreas Caminada.
Eight on-site bars and restaurants include Andreas Caminada’s Michelin-starred IGNIV, Japanese-Peruvian Matsuhisa
and the Renaissance Bar for after-dinner drinks.
Le Grand Hall
Join us for lunch, afternoon tea and pre- or post dinner drinks. Le Grand Hall is the absolute best place to see and be seen in St. Moritz! A daily selection of cocktails, sandwiches, and snacks welcome you.
IGNIV by Andreas Caminada
Enjoy a fine-dining-experience at IGNIV by Andreas Caminada, awarded with two Michelin Stars for its innovative take on sharing plates. You'll be surprised and seduced by the innovative creations of chef Marcel Skibba.
La Coupole - Matsuhisa
Formerly Europe’s first indoor tennis hall, La Coupole is home to Matsuhisa, the signature Japanese restaurant by famed chef Nobuyuki Matsuhisa.
A farmhouse built in 1658, the beloved Chesa Veglia houses three restaurants and two bars, including the ever-popular Pizzeria Heuboden, Patrizier Stuben and Grill Chadafö.
Glamorous and soothing: Le Restaurant invites you to a sumptuous breakfast with a live harpist, and, in the evening, a pianist: an unsurpassed atmosphere for a relaxed and memorable dinner by candlelight.
The Engadin valley, with its incredible mountain scenery and gorgeous frozen lakes,
offers a varied collection of winter activities, ranging from active to relaxing to just plain fun.
Discover Badrutt’s Palace world of luxury, lifestyle, fashion, art and activities
through the lens of Tower Revue, our online magazine.
Family in a Winter Wonderland
Luxury travel author Gabriella Le Breton discovers the wonders of a winter holiday with her young daughter in St. Moritz.
Heliskiing in Switzerland
Abigail Butcher heads up and off the beaten track on an Alpine adventure. Heliskiing should be on the bucket list of any proficient skier.
A Pioneer in Alpine Kiting
Superb conditions and stunning scenery have transformed Lake Silvaplana in the Engadin into a mecca for kitesurfers.
From our Guests
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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.