Badrutt's Palace Hotel, situated amidst
breathtakingly beautiful and unspoiled scenery, has long been hailed as
a landmark in the center 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, The Palace Hotel offers 159
guestrooms and 38 suites with stunning views of the
Badrutt's Palace is a celebration of style,
sports, cuisine and fashion, with discreet service
and traditional elegance evoking an atmosphere of pampered luxury for
An ideal destination in both winter and summer,
the hotel is located in one of the most challenging ski
areas in the world and offers a host of summer alpine activities.
Guests find the ultimate in relaxation at the spa,
exciting nightlife at the Kings Club,
and world-renown cuisine in the
hotel's restaurants and nearby Chesa Veglia.
This unique cultural experience can be discovered in
the beauty of the environment and experienced in the rich cultural
traits and arts of people.
Badrutt’s Palace is found in the center of St.
- Connections by car:
Zurich 125 miles/220 km/2.5 hours
Milan 109 miles/180 km/2.5 hours
Munich 186 miles/300 km/4 hours
- Connections by train:
From Zurich via Chur with inter-city trains of the railway companies
SBB/Rhätische Bahn. A panoramic journey, which lasts four hours, with
breathtaking viaducts regarded as technical wonders.
- Connections by plane:
Private jets or charters. Connecting flights from/to the international
airports of Zurich, Geneva, Milan, Munich and Innsbruck.
The Badrutt's Palace Hotel features 7
restaurants, 4 bars as well as two member only
clubs; the Club Privé and the Corviglia
The Grande Dame of the restaurants at the Palace, people enjoy
glamorous nights in this unique setting.
- Conservative, requires dress code at dinner, maintains
international and traditional French cuisine throughout the season.
- The seating capacity is over 300 covers.
- Buffet Breakfast with a Harpist entertaining and daily set
Dinner served throughout the whole season.
Breakfast in summer is served at Le Relais due to the
terrace offering splendid views.
- It will also continue to be the venue for classic dinner
and dance nights as well as romantic candle light dinners.
- A special focus is set on the table side preparation
service with Gros Pièces, Flambés and Carving.
Nobu @ Badrutt's Palace (only
The restaurant consists of one bar area, two dining areas as
well as one private function room and a walk in wine cellar.
- Colourful Belle Epoque interior design - the Relais
accommodates small and large parties offering space for up to 120
- The restaurant will be operated by a management team of
- Nobu at the Badrutt's Palace has become one of the
trendiest and hottest dining spots in town, as well as the meeting
point for the rich and famous. It is a showpiece for Badrutt's Palace
- The management Team of World famous chef, Nobuyuki
Matsuhisa, better known as 'Nobu', has for the last ten years gained
renown around the world for Nobu's celebrity packed restaurants, which
offer his unique 'new style' cuisine combining traditional Japanese
ingredients with Peruvian influences. Legendary dishes such as
Tiradito, Black Cod with Miso and New Style Sashimi, amongst others are
available on the Nobu A la Carte menu.
- Nobu has several successful appearances in the United
States, London, Tokyo, Milan and Mykonos, and his management team,
Tasos and Nikolas Ioannidis and head chef Mark Edwards will be
overseeing the restaurant and food operations at the Badrutt's Palace
during the winter months for yet another season.
Renaissance Bar is the cosiest bar in St. Moritz offering
classic and innovative cocktails at all times of the day.
- It is a place for people to see and be seen. Mario the
well-known barkeeper is certainly among the attractions.
- The Renaissance Bar is famous for the best Bellini in St.
Moritz! But this is not the only speciality of Mario; he is also
attracting many regulars during lunch time where he personally prepares
his signature dishes.
Le Grand Hall
The Grand Hall is the hotel's greatest asset in terms of
- The Douglas wooden roof and the views over the lake deliver
the best ambience for people to sit and meet or just enjoy caviar and
champagne or home made pastries served with the best selection of teas
- During Peak Season, a selection of top wines is offered by
- In winter a well known Jazz Duo provides daily
entertainment and in summer guests are entertained by a piano player.
- The Grand Hall is famous for fashion and jewellery
exhibitions throughout both seasons.
- The press calls it the "living room of St. Moritz".
There is a new destination for superb French cuisine, which
opened in Badrutt's Palace Hotel in December 2006. It’s Le Bistro, the
cozy new French restaurant.
- Occupying the former space of Trattoria, Le Bistro is a
feast for the eyes and the palate with sleek design from Italian
designer Maurizio Argenti and a simple spin on contemporary French
Cuisine from Executive Chef Frédéric Breuil.
- Le Bistro has become one of the village’s “must-dine”
winter hot spots.
The Acapulco is open all day until 8pm.
- Light, healthy and trendy dishes as well as all day
breakfast are served for those who spend their day at the swimming pool
or at the fitness room.
- Piped-in music will entertain during the day.
- The architectural design with the wooden floors reminds of
a nautical theme.
- In the summer months you will also enjoy the garden
restaurant with BBQ and the Mexican bar with a wide selection of
- Revamped with its new furniture, new creamy sun-umbrellas
and a lighter design, the terrace invites the guests at good weather.
This outlet is children friendly offering special
The Chesa Veglia is the oldest farmhouse of St. Moritz
representing the hideaway for the rich and famous and features 3
restaurants and 2 bars.
- The Pizzeria for
original Italian pizza and Pasta, the Grill room
for elegant dining with classic French Cuisine and the Patrizier
Stuben for Swiss and International specialties.
- The two bars within, Polo
and Caridgiet Bar are the
perfect place for pre dinner drinks and meeting.
- These restaurants are among the favourites in St. Moritz.
- The Chesa Veglia is also famous due to the Club Privé,
which is the most exclusive club in St. Moritz, attended only by
appointed life time members.
The famous KING'S CLUB provides the ideal seating with 200
covers for stars and starlets to gather.
- The music is as diverse as the clientele.
- Guest DJ's and themed nights will rise up the atmosphere.
- KING'S CLUB knows no curfew, making it the magnetic place
of choice when all other lights have gone out.
- This is it: If you haven't experienced the exhilarating, or
numbing decadence of the KING'S CLUB, you haven't experienced St.
- The Chef's Table is
an additional possibility for guests to book a delicious and
unforgettable dinner. Such an occasion enables a look behind the scenes
in the busy Palace kitchens, where you can see over 60 meticulous chefs
- In the wine cellar ,
smaller scale dinners or a degustation with the sommelier may be served.