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  • Badrutt's Palace hotel, Via Serlas 27.
  • Le Grand Hall at Badrutt's Palace. Also known as the living room of St. Moritz. Acts as a catwalk for the rich and beautiful of this world. While savouring the special glamour and caviar with sparkling champagne or having high-tea with good friends, it is the place to see and be seen.
  • King's Club at Badrutt's Palace Hotel.
  • Le Restaurant at Badrutt's Palace.
  • Chesa Veglia, Via Veglia 2.
  • Corviglia Ski Club clubhouse, Corviglia - founded in the 1930 and remains one of the most prestigious clubs in the world.
  • Restaurants and bars at Chesa Veglia: Patrizier Stuben, Pizzeria Heuboden, Grill Chadafö, Bar Carigiet & Polo Bar.
  • Via Serlas is to St. Moritz what the Bahnhofstrasse is to Zurich. Or Rodeo Drive to Los Angeles. Merely on a smaller, more intimate scale.
  • White Turf St. Moritz International Horse Race.
  • Bobsleighing at St. Moritz.
  • The Rhaetian Railway between Thusis and Poschiavo is a marvel of railway engineering. Railway enthusiasts assert that the Albula route between Chur and St. Moritz is the most picturesque mountain route in the world. In 2008, UNESCO added the 'Rhaetian Railway in the Albula/Bernina landscape' to its list of World Heritage Sites.

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    ST. MORITZ (German: Sankt Moritz; Italian: San Maurizio; Romansh: San Murezzan) is a resort town in the Engadine valley in Switzerland. It is a municipality in the district of Maloja in the Swiss canton of Graubünden. The highest summit in the Eastern Alps, the Piz Bernina, lies a few kilometres south of the town. St. Moritz hosted the Winter Olympics in 1928 and 1948. It is a popular destination of the upper class and international Jet Set, as well as one of the most expensive ski resorts in the world.

    St. Moritz has an Alpine climate climate with cold, moderately snowy winters and mild, wet summers. St. Moritz has an area, as of 2006, of 28.7 square kilometers (11.1 sq mi). Of this area, 28.2% is used for agricultural purposes, while 19.4% is forested. Of the rest of the land, 8.3% is settled (buildings or roads) and the remainder (44.1%) is non-productive (rivers, glaciers or mountains). The municipality is located in the Oberengadin sub-district of the Maloja district. It consists of the settlements of St. Moritz-dorf (elevation 1,830 meters (6,000 ft)), Bad (ele. 1,775 meters (5,823 ft)), and Champfèr (ele. 1,825 meters (5,988 ft)) as well as the village section of Suvretta. Thanks to its favorable location, St. Moritz enjoys over 300 days of sunshine a year. Popular pastimes include skiing, snowboarding, and hiking, and nearby there is also the world famous Cresta Run toboggan course. The year-round population is 5,600, with some 3,000 seasonal employees supporting hotels and rental units with a total of 13,000 beds.

    Thanks to its favorable location, St. Moritz enjoys over 300 days of sunshine a year. Every winter it hosts the "White Turf" horse race on the frozen Lake St. Moritz attended by the international upper class. Prominent property owners in St. Moritz included Sonja Ziemann, Gunter Sachs, Herbert von Karajan, Lakshmi Mittal, Ivan Glasenberg, Mohammad Reza Pahlavi, Ingvar Kamprad, Helmut Horten, Giovanni Agnelli, Aristoteles Onassis and Stavros Niarchos.

    St. Moritz is the highest town with a rail connection in Switzerland. Operated by the Rhaetian Railway, St. Moritz railway station (1,775 m) is located at both ends of the Albula and Bernina Railways. The Glacier Express and Bernina Express trains also stop at St. Moritz. The station is located on the lakeshore, at the bottom of Via Serlas.

    BADRUTT'S PALACE HOTEL is an historic, internationally known luxury hotel in St. Moritz, Switzerland, famous for its glitz and glamor. The existing Hotel Beau Rivage was purchased by Caspar Badrutt in 1892. He hired the architects Chiodera & Tschudi to completely rebuild it, and it emerged four years later in 1896 as Badrutt's Palace Hotel, a successor to the Krup Hause resort hotel which had been the first cold weather winter resort. It is owned and operated by the same Badrutt family, now in their third generation, who created winter tourism in St. Moritz, which had previously been an exclusively summer destination. The most prominent hotel in St. Moritz, royalty, the nouveau riche and idle rich, artists, dignitaries, and performers have stayed at the hotel. The hotel is one of the certified The Leading Hotels of the World. The hotel has 159 rooms, 38 of which are suites.

    LE GRAND HALL at Badrutt's Palace has always been known as the living room of St. Moritz. And rightly so. Nowhere else does the grand and breathtaking architecture of Badrutt's Palace Hotel become more apparent, than in the legendary and splendid lobby, which acts as a catwalk for the rich and beautiful of this world. While savouring the special glamour and caviar with sparkling champagne or having high-tea with good friends, it is the place to see and be seen. "Le Grand Hall" is a meeting place, panorama and stage all in one - the undisputed heart of Badrutt’s Palace Hotel. Guests can enjoy sweet delicacies from the in-house patisserie, a fine selection of teas and the breathtaking views, all to the musical accompaniment of a live jazz duo or piano player. Whether Charlie Chaplin, Alfred Hitchock or Herbert von Karajan - many great artists have been inspired by the timeless beauty of "Le Grand Hall" that to this day, has lost nothing of its regal charm.

    Bars, Cafés & Lounges
  • Anton's Bar, Suvretta House, Via Chasellas 1.
  • Anton's Bar & Lobby - at Suvretta House, Via Chasellas 1. "Pure Art Deco. Clinking ice cubes. Voices that lose themselves in the room. Live rhythms. Couples dancing the night away. Time stands still. You lean back, sipping your drink. Anton’s Bar is the place for sophisticated conversation and relaxation, its name pays tribute to the founder of Suvretta House, Anton Bon."
  • Badrutt’s Afternoon Tea at Badrutt's Palace Hotel, Via Serlas 27.
  • Badrutt’s Afternoon Tea - at Badrutt's Palace Hotel, Via Serlas 27. "Best Afternoon Tea of Switzerland." It’s impossible to forget the first time you enter Le Grand Hall in Badrutt’s Palace Hotel. With its high ceilings, marbled floors and elegant furnishings, it’s a delightful sight. Flooded with light from the large floor-to-ceiling windows, the room exudes a scent of old wood and fresh pastries - a smell which, from that day on, you’ll forever associate with the hotel’s afternoon tea. Enjoy one of the 28 teas, served with finger sandwiches - salmon, cheese, ham, cucumbers - as well as scones with jam and cream and a selection of tasty seasonal sweets from the confectioner's master of the Badrutt's Palace Hotel for CHF 39.00 per person.
  • Bar Carigiet at Chesa Veglia, Via Veglia 2.
  • Bar Carigiet - at Chesa Veglia, Via Veglia 2. "The fabulous drawings and fairy tale pictures of the Engadin artist, Carigiet, decorate the walls of the eponymous 'Bar Carigiet' and add an authenticity and charm of the magical world of the Engadin mountains."
  • Cafè Badilatti, Chesa Cafè, 7524 Zuoz.
  • CafÈ Badilatti - since 1912. The highest coffee roaster in Europe. Over three generations the family Badilatti has guaranteed top quality coffee for all lovers of the drink who look for something special.
  • Conditorei Hanselmann, Via Maistra 8, 7500 St. Moritz, Switzerland.
  • Conditorei Hanselmann - since 1894. Sweet paradise of world renown. Particularly popular are the famous Engadin Nusstorten (nut cake) and pralines, handmade with elaborate care. The nut cake is available to order online. Via Maistra 8, CH-7500 St.Moritz, Switzerland.
  • Carlton Bar & Lobby with Sun Terrace at Carlton Hotel, Via Johannes Badrutt 11.
  • Carlton Bar & Lobby with Sun Terrace at Carlton Hotel, Via Johannes Badrutt 11.
  • Carlton Bar & Lobby with Sun Terrace - at Carlton Hotel. Executive Chef: Salvatore Frequente. "With its meticulously restored interior with two open fires and a unique sun terrace, the Carlton Bar and Lobby boasts magnificent views over the frozen waters of the lake of St. Moritz. The bar and lobby is the perfect rendezvous for pre- and after-dinner cocktails as well as tasty treats from our kitchens."
  • Confiserie Hauser, Via Traunter Plazzas 7, 7500 St. Moritz, Switzerland.
  • Confiserie Hauser - Hotel Hauser - since 1892. "Pastry specialties from the Engadine." The confectionery Hauser St. Moritz produces Engadine specialties such as the famous Engadine nut cake, baked goods such as bread, pancakes and croissants, cakes, patisserie, truffles and chocolate souvenirs. The Hauser Confiserie tradition dates back to 1892. The recipes have been adapted and perfected over the years. In this manufactory, where the craft of the confectioners of yesteryear is maintained, we use regional ingredients whenever possible. Via Traunter Plazzas 7, 7500 St. Moritz, Switzerland.
  • Devil’s Place Whisky-Bar at Hotel Waldhaus am See, Via Dim Lej 6, 7500 St.Moritz.
  • Devil's Place - the whisky bar at Hotel Waldhaus am See, Via Dim Lej 6. With 2,500 different kinds of whisky, this is the largest selection in the world. Several times, Devil's Place has received an entry in the "Guinness Book of World Records" for its outstanding whisky collection.
  • Hauser's Roo Bar, Via Traunter Plazzas 7.
  • Hauser's Roo Bar - Via Traunter Plazzas 7. "he only genuine après-ski bar in St. Moritz and on the way to becoming a local legend. Here, old and young, sporty and sedate, guests and locals alike all gather for Hauser's special mulled wine, elderberry punch with vodka, homemade hot chocolate or a Bernina beer. Snacks are available from Down Under to satisfy the small appetite."
  • Kempinski Bar at Kempinski Grand Hotel des Bains, Via Mezdi 27.
  • Kempinski Bar & Lobby - at Kempinski Grand Hotel des Bains. "Unwind after a hard day on the slopes with some fine wine, continental beer, or expertly-crafted cocktails at the Kempinski Bar. Here guests can enjoy lively conversation, sample a club sandwich or our high tea with fine Swiss patisserie, or simply unwind in the warm, welcoming environment."
  • Le Grand Hall at Badrutt's Palace, Via Serlas 27.
  • Le Grand Hall - at Badrutt's Palace. Also known as the living room of St. Moritz. Acts as a catwalk for the rich and beautiful of this world. While savouring the special glamour and caviar with sparkling champagne or having high-tea with good friends, it is the place to see and be seen.
  • Pavarotti Wine Bar, Plaza dal Mulin 3.
  • Pavarotti Wine Bar - Plaza dal Mulin 3.
  • Polo Bar at Chesa Veglia, Via Veglia 2.
  • Polo Bar - at Chesa Veglia, Via Veglia 2. "The cosy 'Polo Bar' is situated in the farmhouse’s former smoke room and invites guests to aperitifs and after-dinner cocktails following a dinner in one of 'Chesa Veglia's' restaurants."
  • Renaissance Bar at Badrutt's Palace Hotel, Via Serlas 27
  • RENAISSANCE BAR - at Badrutt's Palace Hotel, Via Serlas 27. "Smoking allowed - especially fine cigars. The Renaissance Bar provides a cozy retreat. Many guests use today still the term 'Mario's Bar' as a synonym. The former bartender Mario was the one who called the legendary bar game into life. The person whose 5-Franc coin rolls shortest has to pay."
  • Sunny Bar, Kulm Hotel, Via Veglia 18.
  • Sunny Bar - at Kulm Hotel, Via Veglia 18. "Our Sunny Bar is a special place, full of legends and history. For many decades now, the courageous Cresta riders have gathered here to receive their medals. It is also known as the place where international celebrities frequently visit. Cresta Run trophies and photos are all over the walls, conveying a vivid impression of the bar's lively past."
  • Suvretta Club, at Suvretta House, Via Chasellas 1.
  • Suvretta Club - at Suvretta House, Via Chasellas 1. "The Suvretta Club Etage is the casual alternative to the formal Grand Etage. The delectable refreshments and drinks served at the Club Bar and in the Club lobby accent the hospitality of this venue for easygoing encounters. The Suvretta Stube pampers our guests with Suvretta classics and authentic Swiss favourites."
  • Casino St. Moritz, Via Veglia 3, 7500 St. Moritz.
  • Casino St. Moritz - "GAME, GLAMOUR, GRANDIOSE EVENINGS. WHERE THE WORLD MEETS AND PLAYS." Table Games: American Roulette (3 tables); Black Jack (2 tables, side bet possible); Ulimative Texas Hold'em (1 table, Black Jack against the bank); Punto Banco (on request). Slot Machines: 10 3-reel machines (2 Super Cherry 5000, 8 Super Cherry 1000); Touch Bet Roulette (automatic wheel, 8 terminals); 2 Swiss Jackpot (CHF 1 million chance of winning); Mystery Jackpots (2 machines, payout up to CHF 37,500). Club Bar at Casino St. Moritz: 1833m above sea level - we are the highest club bar in Switzerland. And the meeting place for international guests in a unique atmosphere. Via Veglia 3.
    Events 2023/2024
  • White Turf St. Moritz International Horse Race.
  • Events in St. Moritz 2023/2024 - "Whether the Engadine Ski Marathon, Snow Polo World Cup, White Turf, Ski World Cup, St. Moritz Gourmet Festival or Festival da Jazz: St. Moritz offers a top-class and varied range of events." Information on Covid-19: Please check in advance whether the events may take place.
  • Future of world’s most exclusive horse race on thin ice due to global heating - "White Turf race in St Moritz at risk because water in frozen lake is melting."
  • Night Turf - "During the years 2015 to 2017, spectacular night-time horse races took place on the frozen lake of St. Moritz. Every year, about 5000 spectators were enthralled by the unique Night Turf event. As an innovation, the entire racetrack was illuminated, thus enriching the program which featured official horse races with betting operations and attractive prizes. Culinary delicacies and a spectacular light show in the night sky of St. Moritz completed the racing activities. Furthermore, coveted VIP packages with an exclusive dinner and a live concert and race party were offered."
  • ST. MORITZ Match Race - August 15-18, 2019. "Sailing on the Top of the World." Lake St. Moritz has been a sailing destination since the 1930s. It was at that time that the Zurich Yacht Club chose Lake St. Moritz as a replacement lake for its regattas. Since then, high-profile regattas have been held every year on Lake St. Moritz. One such race was the St. Moritz Match Race, which was held for many years. At this race, teams that had also sailed in the America’s Cup dueled in front of an impressive crowd of spectators. At the start were teams with famous names such as Murray Jones, Alinghi, Marc Mendelblatt, Oneworld, Jesper Bank, Victory Challenge, Francesco Bruni and Prada.

  • Cresta Run: The Grand National 2024 - Saturday, 17 February 2024. "The first Grand National took place in 1885, making it the world´s oldest winter sports competition. 21 riders compete not only for honour & glory, but also for the right to wear the club colours (burgundy & yellow)." Cresta Run, Via Veglia 18.
  • CRICKET ON ICE 2024 - Wednesday, February 14 - Saturday, February 17, 2024. Cricket on Ice, the most prestigious annual event in the domestic Swiss cricketing calendar, takes place on the lake of St Moritz every February. Eight teams from all over the world will fight for the Cricket on Ice Trophy on two fields. The matches will take place between 10.00 am and 4.00 pm.
  • 54th Engadin Skimarathon 2024 - Sunday, March 10, 2024. "Every year, Switzerland's largest sports event attracts around 14'000 cross-country fans from over 60 nations to the Upper Engadin valley. On the 42 km long marathon route to S-chanf, the skiers move over frozen lakes, past typical Engadin villages and through a unique winter landscape. On the second Sunday morning of March, the starting pistol for the Engadin Skimarathon will be fired in Maloja in the Upper Engadin. The Engadin Skimarathon will take place on 13th March 2022."
  • Olympia Bob Run St. Moritz-Celerina 2024 - January 8-14, 2024. Since 1904. "The Olympia Bob Run St. Moritz - Celerina is not only the oldest bobsleigh track, but also the only natural ice bobsleigh track in the world. Within three weeks, the track builders from the South of Tyrol create it each year anew. The team models the run by hand and thus without big machines. Snow and water are the only building materials - it is done totally without chemistry. For more than hundred years, this 1’722-meter-long ice sculpture excites athletes, fans, spectators and holiday visitors. All in the heart of purest nature. The Winter Olympics of 1928 and 1948 and the Youth Olympic Games 2020 accorded a high reputation and worldwide standing to the Olympia Bob Run from St. Moritz to Celerina. At the edge of this historical bobsleigh track, you have the possibility to watch the athletes during trainings and competitions in the disciplines monobob, 2-man or 4-man bobsleigh, para sport, skeleton, luge, and bob run skating."
  • Snow Golf Days - February 7 to 9, 2024. "The St. Moritz Snow Golf Days will take place from February 7 to 9, 2024 on the frozen lake of St. Moritz. Every day there will be an official amateur tournament, followed by open golf for all participants. Some years ago, there used to be a Snow Golf area in Silvaplana, however due to other activities it was stopped and went into Winter sleep. With this new location in the heart of St. Moritz and between the first and second weekend of the famous White Turf horse races, St. Moritz wants to offer its guests golf in an unusual and informal atmosphere."
  • 39th Snow Polo World Cup St. Moritz 2024 - January 26-27-28, 2024. "Every last weekend in January, St. Moritz turns into the world capital of polo: Since 1985, when snow polo had its world premiere here, teams from around the world compete for the Snow Polo World Cup St. Moritz on the frozen lake of St. Moritz. The Snow Polo World Cup St. Moritz is the world’s only high-goal tournament on snow. The three days of the tournament stand for high-class polo played against the magnificent backdrop of the snow-capped mountains of the Engadin Valley and social events both on the lake and in the first-class hotels in St. Moritz."
  • 30th St. Moritz Gourmet Festival 2024 - January 29 - February 3, 2024. Since 1994. "30 stars for 30 years of culinary excellence in the Engadine." WORLD PREMIERE: Ten three-star chefs from all over the world will be guests together in January 2024 - This HAS NEVER HAPPENED BEFORE! From 29th January to 3rd February 2024, St. Moritz will once again be transformed into the ultimate hotspot for gourmets. For the 30th time, the world-renowned St. Moritz Gourmet Festival will then take place - one of the most important culinary events in Switzerland. For three decades, the festival has delighted connoisseurs from all over the world, and every year other outstanding international guest chefs present their skills in the Engadine. The anniversary edition in 2024, “30 years of culinary excellence in the Engadine - A firework of stars”, promises to be particularly spectacular and exceptional.
  • SUNICE FESTIVAL 2024 - April 4-7, 2024. since 2020. "Techno & Rave Legacy in St. Moritz." Bigger. Better. Wilder. SunIce Festival is back one year after its successful premiere and ready for the next edition with over 70 EDM and techno acts from all over the world. The SunIce Festival is a winter lifestyle happening and music festival in the Corviglia ski area. During four days, EDM and techno lovers will dance the winter away and celebrate life in a unique world of experience to the music of over 70 DJs on a total of five stages. As an extension of this diverse musical program, the SunIce Festival would like to bring its visitors closer to the vacation region of St. Moritz and invites them to get to know the most beautiful place in the world through various activities. The "SunIce Activities" include, for example, skiing, bobsleigh or moonbike rides directly at the festival or paragliding over the snow-covered peaks and lakes. Through this individual combination and the various hotel, hostel and apartment offers, the "Lifestyle Experience" can be configured to suit each guest.
  • THE I.C.E. 2024 - February 23-24, 2024. "The coolest (and coldest) concours in the world." On the frozen lake of St. Moritz. The I.C.E. was first conceived in the mid-1980s. Every year, in the Engadine, a miracle of water and ice occurs. When the season reaches its peak, the spell of winter transforms Lake St. Moritz into the sparkling white backdrop of the most incredible of motor racing stages. A phenomenon that only lasts for a limited period: it is in this fleeting window of time that the world’s coolest concours of elegance on wheels comes to life. The I.C.E. St. Moritz. A historic bond unites the Engadin region and classic cars. A bond that winds like an exhilarating track through decades of events based on motoring (tourist and competitive) as well as the display of prestige cars. All of these exciting events take place in the summer, thanks to the excellent roads and ideal driving conditions that places such as this, with its surroundings, can offer.
  • 117th White Turf Racing Days 2024 - since 1907. February 4, 11 & 18, 2024. "White Turf, a unique, exclusive, top-class event with exciting horse-racing, gourmet catering, lively music and inspiring art exhibitions, all taking place in winter sunshine on the frozen lake among the stunningly beautiful, snow-capped mountains of St Moritz. This spectacular, major event is not just one with Champagne on ice for the rich and beautiful but an annual event where race-horse owners, trainers and jockeys from all over the world meet up as well as being an unmissable fixture on the calendar for local people. It is thanks to the sponsors as well as the municipality of St Moritz and the local tourist board, who have been supporting White Turf for decades, to make this top-class race-meeting possible."
  • 65th Winter Concours Hippique St. Moritz 2024 - January 8-13, 2024. The event has become a must for riders who want to take part in an open-air tournament in winter outside the indoor season. With various competitions in the categories B/R/N 70-115 cm, Equipen jumping and Skijöring, there will be a varied and interesting programme again this year. Polowiese, St.Moritz.
  • Badrutt's Palace Hotel, Via Serlas 27.
  • Badrutt's Palace Hotel's welcome card from the owners & the management.
  • BADRUTT'S PALACE HOTEL ***** LHW CNT. "Experience legendary service in the heart of St. Moritz." Via Serlas 27. Since 1896. The Badrutts Palace Hotel has a staff of 520 persons and is the biggest employer in St. Moritz.
  • Carlton Hotel, Via J. Badrutt 11.
  • CARLTON HOTEL ***** LHW. "A sanctuary in St. Moritz." Via Johannes Badrutt 11.
  • Crystal Hotel, Via Traunter Plazzas 1.
  • CRYSTAL HOTEL **** SLH. "An invitation to our Alpine valley." Via Traunter Plazzas 1.
  • Hotel Bären, Via Maistra 50.
  • HOTEL BÄREN ****. Via Maistra 50.
  • Hotel Eden, Pia Jehle-Degiacomi, Via Veglia 12.
  • HOTEL EDEN ***. Via Veglia 12.
  • Hotel La Margna, Via Serlas 5.
  • HOTEL LA MARGNA ****. "Not just a luxury hotel." Via Serlas 5.
  • Hotel Schweizerhof, Via dal Bagn 54.
  • HOTEL SCHWEIZERHOF ****. "The classic hotel St. Moritz." For those who value the exceptional, yet appreciate the genuine. Via dal Bagn 54.
  • Hotel Soldanella, Via Somplaz 17.
  • HOTEL SOLDANELLA ***. "Your home in St. Moritz." Via Somplaz 17.
  • Hotel Steffani, Sonnenplatz 1 | Via Traunter Plazzas 6.
  • HOTEL STEFFANI ****. "Allegra in the heart of St. Moritz." Via Traunter Plazzas 6.
  • Hotel Waldhaus am See, Via Dim Lei 6.
  • Hotel Waldhaus Am See ***. "Cozy Stay." Via Dimlej 6.
  • Kempinski Grand Hotel des Bains, Via Mezdi 27.
  • KEMPINSKI GRAND HOTEL DES BAINS *****. Since 1897. "Swiss Heritage Meets Modern Luxury." Via Mezdi 27.
  • Kulm Hotel St. Moritz, Via Veglia 18.
  • KULM HOTEL ***** LHW. "A history of innovation." The first hotel in St. Moritz - since 1856. 126 rooms. 42 Junior suites and 5 suites. Via Veglia 18.
  • Suvretta House, Via Chasellas 1.
  • SUVRETTA HOUSE ***** LHW. Since 1911. "The pinnacle of quality, style, and cordiality." Via Chasellas 1.
  • Engadiner Post | Posta Ladiner.
  • Engadiner Post | Posta Ladiner - founded 1895. German language newspaper.
  • Engadin St. Moritz - Twitter.
  • Social Media - Facebook, YouTube, Twitter, Flickr & Delicious.
  • St. Moritz iPhone App iTunes link.
  • St. Moritz iPhone App - "The St. Moritz iPhone app is a 'must have' for all fans of the Engadine Alpine metropolis. It provides the Event Calendar, Weather, Live Cams, ski conditions & mountain lift status, and much more. App users are also able to enjoy the latest news from St. Moritz and the alpine lifestyle. The app has a GPS-guided sight-seeing guide, lists all major St. Moritz addresses."
  • St. Moritz Mobile Portal - "What do you do if you're in St. Moritz and suddenly fancy an Italian meal? What if you want to know which events are taking place or which mountain rail or cableway is running? For Smartphone users St. Moritz has launched a Mobile Portal. This also shows you the way to restaurants etc. on Google Maps."
  • St. Moritz News + Nachrichten - News Reader.
  • St. Moritz Newsletter - St. Moritz Tourist Board sends a monthly electronic newsletter with the latest news, events and offers from St. Moritz. Subscribe here!
    Museums, Galleries & Sights
  • Engadiner Museum, Via dal Bagn 39, 7500 St. Moritz.
  • Andrea Robbi Museum - CH-7514 Sils Maria. Displays works by the Sils painter Andrea Robbi in conjunction with contemporary art. New exhibitions are staged twice a year, curated by the Galerie Stephan Witschi in Zürich.
  • Belvedere Tower - CH-7516 Maloja.
  • Berry Museum - CH-7500 St. Moritz. Housed in the 100-year old Villa Arona in the heart of St. Moritz, is dedicated to the spa physician and painter, Peter Robert Berry (1864–1942). The majority of his oil paintings, pastels and drawings produced over a period of forty years are still in family ownership.
  • Bob Museum - CH-7505 Celerina. The history of the sport of bobsleigh racing is presented in a small exhibition room located at the old school house in Celerina. Besides several wooden sleighs over 100 years old, of particular interest are the legendary five-man bobsleighs that were used at the 1928 Olympic Games in St. Moritz.
  • Caferama - CH-7524 Zuoz. Badilatti's own coffee-museum, offers a fascinating introduction into the world of coffee.
  • Casa al Larasc - CH-7516 Maloja. The exhibition of Vitale Ganzoni's paintings.
  • Chesa Planta Museum - CH-7503 Samedan. Museum of living culture. It was built in 1595 by the von Salis family as a stately patrician house and enlarged to become a twin house in 1760. The building is an impressive example of an Engadin aristocrat’s house and of domestic culture in the 18th and 19th centuries. It houses the Upper Engadin cultural archives, whose photographs, books, plans, herbarium pages and art reflect the rich cultural history of the Upper Engadin.
  • Cultural archive Upper Engadin - CH-7503 Samedan. The Upper Engadin Cultural Archives are housed in the Chesa Planta in Samedan. They are a public institution that archives documents from estates relating to the art, architecture, language, music and natural history of the Upper Engadin and surrounding regions.
  • Engadiner Museum - Via dal Bagn 39, 7500 St. Moritz. Over a hundred years old, the museum is showing itself outwardly as a 300 year old Engadin house. It was Riet Campell (1866-1951), who founded this museum and the architect Nikolaus Hartmann (1880-1956), was commissioned to build a home for his collection. It should reflect the local style. The museum houses an important collection in the interior of furniture and objects of alpine living.
  • Hannes Gruber in the Hotel Schweizerhaus - CH-7516 Maloja. Born in 1928, and spent his early years in Oberrieden on Lake Zürich. In 1940 he painted his first watercolours, drawing on motifs from the countryside, and in 1942 he produced his first oil paintings. Hannes Gruber settled in the Engadin once again in 1972.
  • La Tuor - CH-7503 Samedan. The mediaeval residential tower in Samedan has been extensively renovated and transformed into a cultural centre.
  • Mili Weber-Haus - CH-7500 St. Moritz. Showcases the artist’s extensive lifework, including her illustrated stories, paintings, sketches and studies.
  • Mineral & Fossil Museum - CH-7500 St. Moritz. On show at the Mineral and Fossil Museum are finds from the Engadin, the Bregaglia region and all over the world. Mineral and jewellery sale.
  • Museum Alpin - CH-7504 Pontresina. The Alpine Museum is located in an old Engadin house, the Chesa Delnon. The façade bears the date of 1716, but the foundation walls and parts of the interior are even older. The Alpine Museum is a remarkably well-preserved 17th century farmhouse complex, to which extensions and panelling were subsequently added. On show are both permanent fixtures and exhibitions.
  • Museum Foto Flury - CH-7504 Pontresina.
  • Museum St. Moritz - World's Smallest Museum - CH-7500 St. Moritz. The Museum St. Moritz is the smallest museum in the world. The museum's philosophy is "Seeing and Understanding". Seeing is the beginning; understanding comes with time.
  • The National Parc centre - CH-7530 Zernez. The newly built National Park Museum invites visitors to experience and discover, question and learn – as well as to interact. In its four exhibition rooms, you can find out all kinds of interesting facts about the National Park, its history, flora and fauna, as well as Nature’s infinite diversity.
  • Nietzsche House - located on the main street in CH-7514 Sils/Segl Maria (Via da Marias 67). Friedrich Nietzsche first came to Sils at the beginning of July 1881, where he rented a room on the first floor of the house belonging to the Durisch family (today’s Nietzsche House). Here he found a place where he was able to rest and concentrate, and he spent every summer here between 1883 and 1888. The exhibition comprises a rich collection of photographs, documents, manuscripts and letters from his time in Sils, the original death mask, various busts (Max Kruse, Willy de Boe), music-related exhibits, and a complete collection of the works published by Nietzsche himself during his lifetime, including rare presentation copies. In addition, there is documentation relating to the forgeries perpetrated by Nietzsche’s sister, and also to his time as a professor in Basel (“Basel Room” with original furnishings and documents from the time he spent in Basel between 1869 and 1879). Besides this permanent exhibition devoted to Nietzsche, the Nietzsche House also occasionally hosts temporary exhibitions of modern art.
  • Segantini Museum - Via Somplaz 30. Opened in 1908, was designed by the architect, Nicolaus Hartmann, as an accessible memorial to the painter, who lived during the last five years of his life in the Engadin. The building, with its large dome, was modelled on the pavilion that Giovanni Segantini had planned for his Engadin Panorama at the Paris World Exhibition in 1900. Housing Segantini’s monumental Alpine triptych, “la vita – la natura – la morte” (life – nature – death), as well as paintings from all of his creative periods, the Segantini Museum in St. Moritz is the world’s most extensive showcase of the work of this revivalist of Alpine painting.
  • St. Moritz & Engardin Museums - whether art, sport or even coffee – the Engadin offers an extremely wide choice of museums. Artists and philosophers such as Giovanni Segantini, Friedrich Nietzsche, Mili Weber and Andrea Robbi have all had museums established.
  • Dracula's Ghost Riders Club (located at Kulm Hotel St. Moritz), Via Maistra 54, Plazza Gunter Sachs.
  • DRACULA'S GHOST RIDERS CLUB - "The Dracula Club is a secret tip in St. Moritz. Gunter Sachs opened this world famous club in 1974, and founded its reputation for the most exclusive parties. Everyone talks about this club, but hardly anyone knows much about it. Then as now, the doors of this private club only open for members and their friends – and in summer for those attending the Festival da Jazz. So if you don't have friends in high places, make sure you buy tickets to the Jazz Festival!" Private members' club. Via Maistra 54 - Plazza Gunter Sachs.
  • King's Club at Badrutt's Palace.
  • KING'S CLUB - at Badrutt's Palace. "The famous King's Club provides the ideal venue for stars and starlets to gather. Guest DJs and theme nights heat up the atmosphere. King's Club knows no curfew, making it the magnetic place to be when all other lights have gone out. If you haven’t experiences the exhilarating or numbing decadence of the King's Club, you haven’t experienced St. Moritz's nightlife."
  • Stübli, at Hotel Schweizerhof, Via dal Bagn 54.
  • StÜbli - at the Hotel Schweizerhof. Engadine pub with live guitar music and a lively clientele.
  • Bergrestaurant Chamanna, Munt da San Murezzan.
  • Bergrestaurant Chamanna - Suvretta House's mountain lodge restaurant. "'Sky, mountains and glittering snow: high altitude skiers and snowboarders converge at the Chamanna to regain their stamina amid the intoxicating views. The menu features daily specials from the frying pan or the grill, freshly prepared rösti and the local favourite, raclette. Inexpensive. Honest. Good.' During the winter season, our Chamanna is open daily for lunch."
  • Bergrestaurant Trutz, Bergstation Suvretta-Randolins.
  • Bergrestaurant Trutz - Suvretta House's mountain lodge restaurant. "A fabulous view of the Upper Engadine lakes to please the eye, something tasty and rustic to satisfy the peckish and the hungry: the Trutz offers Grison barley soup, tortellini or polenta with gorgonzola and sweet temptations such as Kaiserschmarrn, streusel cake or apple crumble."
  • Bob Restaurant located right in the starting house of the Olympic bobsleigh run St. Moritz-Celerina.
  • bob restaurant - gunter sachs lodge - located right in the starting house of the Olympic bobsleigh run St. Moritz-Celerina.
  • Cà d'Oro at Kempinski Grand Hotel des Bains, Via Mezdi 27.
  • CÀ d'Oro * - at Kempinski Grand Hotel des Bains. Executive Chef: Matthias Schmidberger. "Your evening at the gourmet restaurant 'Cà d’Oro' is nothing but a promise of high Mediterranean cuisine. The ingredients: simply the best in quality from the Mediterranean and international markets. The composition: a play of texture, consistency and taste - the presentation is a combination of design and avant-garde. The mood: classic, noble and chic - contemporary and modern."
  • Restaurant Chasellas, Via Suvretta 22.
  • Chasellas - Suvretta House's mountain lodge restaurant. "The midday meeting-place for hungry hikers and skiers eager to replenish their strength with a crisp salad, a "Bündner Teller" or a bowl of spaghetti. In the evenings, the Chasellas (15 points GaultMillau) transformed into a secret destination for gourmets, where Chef: Robert Jagisch celebrates his sophisticated symbiosis of local seasonal produce and Italian haute cuisine."
  • Chesa al Parc at Kulm Hotel.
  • Chesa al Parc - at Kulm Hotel. "Located at the entrance to Kulm Park, the Chesa al Parc with its beautiful sun terrace combines sporting elegance with the rustic charm of a cosy Engadine-style restaurant. In the evening, Chesa al Parc has earned a reputation for Swiss specialties and international cuisine among gourmet enthusiasts and connoisseurs."
  • Chesa Veglia, Via Veglia 2.
  • CHESA VEGLIA - since 1936. Restaurants: Patrizier Stuben & Grill Chadafö - and you can also enjoy the world's most expensive pizza at its Pizzaria Heuboden.
  • Da Vittorio - St. Moritz at Carlton Hotel, Via Johannes Badrutt 11.
  • Da Vittorio - St. Moritz - at Carlton Hotel. Executive Chefs: Enrico & Roberto Cerea. "At the last St. Moritz Gourmet Festival we already had the pleasure of welcoming Enrico and Roberto Cerea as our guest chefs. Following the resounding success and extremely pleasant working relationship, we are once again thrilled to be able to enjoy the haute cuisine for which the three Michelin starred brothers are renowned. This winter you will have the opportunity to immerse yourself in the world of "Da Vittorio" in what was formerly our Tschinè Restaurant (Da Vittorio)."
  • Restaurant Enoteca, Kempinski Grand Hotel des Bains, Via Mezdi 27.
  • Enoteca - at Kempinski Grand Hotel des Bains. "Enjoy a culinary experience awarded with 14 Gault Millau points that will enchant you with a masterful execution of some of the finest Mediterranean and local dishes." Executive Chef: Axel Rüdlin. "Alpine dishes - modern and creative. Let yourself be surprised from an extraordinary menu in the Lifestyle Restaurant 'Enoteca'. It is famous for its Alpine Trilogies - three delicacies in every course. Leave it to the kitchen to do its magic and at the end of the evening you will have tasted up to nine dishes. You simply can’t resist a particular dish? Then select the Mediterranean classics."
  • Grand Restaurant at Kulm Hotel.
  • Grand Restaurant - at Kulm Hotel. "This is where guests come to enjoy a sumptuous breakfast buffet and their half board evening meal, a 6-course menu of your choice, plus a delicious selection of exclusive à la carte dishes."
  • Grand Restaurant, Suvretta House, Via Chasellas 1.
  • Grand Restaurant - at Suvretta House. "Soft lighting, superb panelling, artistically carved solid oak columns, and - above it all - an elaborately decorated cassette ceiling: The large dining room breathes history. This is where our executive chef Fabrizio Zanetti celebrates his market-fresh French cuisine with international panache (16 GaultMillau points). The individual dishes are brought to the table and plated by our classic french service team. Guests with half-board bookings can choose from 4-course offerings that change daily, picking their favourite superbly prepared gourmet creations."
  • Gunter Sachs Lodge at Olympia Bob Run, Plazza Gunter Sachs.
  • Gunter Sachs Lodge - at Olympia Bob Run, Plazza Gunter Sachs.
  • La Coupole - Matsuhisa at Badrutt's Palace.
  • La Coupole - Matsuhisa - at Badrutt's Palace. "The glass dome is the main feature of the restaurant and eponym at the same time; Matsuhisa the premium brand of Japanese celebrity chef Nobu. At the end of 2014, he opened the hotspot among all restaurants in St. Moritz. In the former first tennis hall in Europe. 108 seats. Cocktail & sushi bar and a private dining room." 16 GaultMillau points.
  • La Diala at Badrutt's Palace.
  • La Diala - at Badrutt's Palace. "'La Diala' serves it’s guests light, balanced and nourishing cuisine that fits the philosophy of the 'Palace Wellness' perfectly. Mediterranean specialties and fresh, crisp salads are available as well as chic snacks and classic sandwiches in every variation. A beautiful sunny terrace with an unrivalled view of the Engadin mountains invites guests to lounge and dream in both summer and winter."
  • Le Restaurant at Badrutt's Palace.
  • Le Restaurant - at Badrutt's Palace. "'Le Restaurant' offers an ideal venue for an elegant and superb dinner in a classical setting. French haute cuisine and the best of international specialties served in a quiet atmosphere with exclusive service, make 'Le Restaurant' the perfect place for romantic candlelight dinners and extravagant gala dinners. The exclusive flair promises an unforgettable evening with choice specialties that have been prepared and served according to the art of haute cuisine. Live music during dinner adds to the delight of the delicacies."
  • Restaurant Lei da Staz, Via Dim Lej.
  • Lei da Staz - "The 'Lej da Staz' is located directly at the idyllic lake Staz - close to St.Moritz and is another restaurant partner of the Kempinski Grand Hotel des Bains. The restaurant Lej da Staz looks forward to spoiling visitors in two different restaurants, as well as on two generously sized sun terraces. Decide for your perfect place, the concierge will reserve the table and just sign with your hotel room number."
  • Restaurant Les Saisons, Kempinski Grand Hotel des Bains, Via Mezdi 27.
  • Les Saisons - at Kempinski Grand Hotel des Bains. "Grand Restaurant Les Saisons offers the best steaks from around the world as well as a high-class international menu. Enjoy various cuts of top-quality meat and an authentic Indian cuisine by our chef Khatik."
  • Restaurant Romanoff at Carlton Hotel, Via Johannes Badrutt 11.
  • Restaurant Romanoff - at Carlton Hotel. "Heros De Agostinis treats guests of the Restaurant Romanoff to sophisticated traditional dishes and international specialities. Working together with his kitchen team, he whips up dishes with a great deal of charm and panache. With modern interpretations and clever combinations of dishes, Heros de Agostinis’ culinary creations evoke the most beautiful memories and at the same time constantly provide surprising new taste experiences."
  • Sunny Bar by Claudia Canessa at Kulm Hotel.
  • Sunny Bar by Claudia Canessa - at Kulm Hotel. "Unique, delicious with just a dash of cheeky - the Peruvian Chef Claudia Canessa brings her culinary creations to the Sunny Bar for the third winter season this December. The Peruvian cuisine is known for being a melting pot of different cultures; traditional Inka recipes are combined with Spanish influences and even Asian touches. Claudia Canessa has not only mastered the art of the Peruvian cuisine, but thanks to her quirky personality, each dish has a mouth-watering, but unexpected twist."
  • Restaurant Talvo by Dalsass, Via Gunels 15.
  • Talvo by Dalsass * (Chef: Martin Dalsass). Since 1658. "A warm welcome to Talvo; one of the oldest Engadine houses dating back to 1658. Talvo combines the traditional and the modern and receives you with an ambiance that is characterized by the warmth and fragrance of wood. Enjoyment, relaxation and the simplicity of Mediterranean cuisine, as well as moments of hospitality shared together, should remain unforgettable for you."
  • the K by Tim Raue at Kulm Hotel.
  • the K by Tim Raue * At Kulm Hotel. "Since the 2017/18 winter season, the celebrity chef from Berlin has overseen the pop-restaurant 'the K' for the Kulm Hotel St. Moritz. Known for his intense, aromatic creations with Asian influences and Tim Raues' very high-quality standards, "the K by Tim Raue" recently received 17 GaultMillau points, while the Guide Michelin awarded the Berlin native and the five-star superior hotel with a Michelin star."
  • Restaurant The Pizzaria at Kulm Hotel.
  • The Pizzaria - at Kulm Hotel. "You’ll find a pleasant variety and 'Italianità' in our traditional trattoria, with its beautiful sun terrace. Here we serve Italian delicacies, pasta, and crispy pizza from the wood-fired oven."
  • Restaurant at Villa Lyss, CH-7503 Samedan.
  • Villa Lyss - CH-7503 Samedan. The Villa Lyss is located in a lovingly converted mountain pasture hut, just a stone's throw from the mountain station. The rustic party restaurant is perfect for all kinds of social happenings for between 15 and 24 persons. Situated 2,456 metres above sea level and set on Muottas Muragl at one of the most beautiful vantage points in Engadin St. Moritz.
  • Bucherer - Via Maistra 17. World-renowned Swiss watch and jewelry store.
  • Confiserie Hauser.
  • Confiserie Hauser - Via Traunter Plazzas 7. Since 1955. "How about a replica of the Upper Engadin in chocolate? Or the only Nusstorte (nut cake) with a chocolate coating? Or a mouth-watering praline with the St. Moritz logo? Find all these and much more at HAUSER's Confiserie. Chocolate, Engadin Nusstorte and pear bread can also be ordered at the online shop."
  • Corviglia Ski Club sunglasses Limited 3rd Edition by L.G.R.
  • Corviglia Ski Club Sunglasses - Limited 3rd Edition by L.G.R.
  • Glattfelder Coffee Tea Caviar - Via Maistra 3. The small shop in the heart of St. Moritz is a gathering point for gourmets. A choice variety of teas, in-house coffee blends and many other delicacies. The speciality of the house, founded in 1931, is Iranian caviar.
  • Hatecke - Via Maistra 6. Hatecke’s Genuine Engadine Vivanda in the St. Moritz pedestrian zone is more like a designer boutique than a butcher shop! Here you can find alpine beef, lamb, and deer meat from the Engadine, methodically processed and slowly matured. And someone who prepares his meat so carefully, also presents it in such a manner.
  • Ice monuments by Reto Grond - Via dal Tir 10. St. Moritzer sculptor, is the only one in the valley, offering ice monuments. He offers a wide range, such as ice sculptures to brighten up buffets, cocktail glasses, caviar bowls or even garden art.
  • Jet Set Fashion Store - Via Maistra 28. Jet Set has its roots in the ski fashion scene and from the very start has focused on a mix of innovative design and high-tech materials with a clear fashion approach. In the meantime, the St. Moritz company has established itself on the global market and has several stores in St. Moritz.
  • Misani - the Champagne St. Moritz Blanc de Blancs Grand Cru from the leading champagne house Compte Audoin de Dampierre from Chenay Available at Giorgio Misani.
  • Scherbel - since 1912. Via Maistra 5. Swiss watch manufacturer OMEGA has designed the perfect accessories: the Omega St. Moritz Collection. The watches carry the St. Moritz logo on the back or face and are available at Bijouterie Scherbel in St. Moritz.
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  • St. Moritz Polo Shirts - official tournament shirts St. Moritz Polo World Cup on Snow. Online shop.
  • St. Moritz Poster Shop - the St. Moritz Tourist Office has almost 40 different nostalgic posters (50cm × 70cm) available for sale, and these are sold throughout the world.
  • Via Serlas is to St. Moritz what the Bahnhofstrasse is to Zurich. Or Rodeo Drive to Los Angeles. Merely on a smaller, more intimate scale.
  • Via Serlas - "Via Serlas is St. Moritz's answer to Zurich's Bahnhofstrasse and Rodeo Drive in Los Angeles. Just on a much smaller scale. From Jimmy Choo and Gucci to Louis Vuitton, all of fashion's top international names can be found along this stylish shopping boulevard. You'll also find more major labels and boutiques in the village centre." In addition to the many fashion stores, St. Moritz shoppers will also find sparkling gemstones, stylish designer furniture, fine wine and a superb choice of delicatessens. Yet it is never far to the next little street where local specialties await, for example: Hatecke’s fat-free designer salsiz and haute-couture ham, Glattfelder’s caviar and original homemade coffee mixtures or Hanselmann’s legendary Engadine nut-torte.
  • Corviglia Ski Club clubhouse, Corviglia.
  • Corviglia Ski Club - founded in the 1930 and remains one of the most prestigious clubs in the world. Palace-Hotel Office: Via Serlas 27, phone: 081 837 28 41. Clubhouse: phone 081 833 48 64.
  • The Cresta Run clubhouse.
  • Cresta Run - natural ice 1,212.5 m (3,978 ft, over three-quarter mile) long skeleton racing toboggan track in the Swiss winter sports town of St. Moritz, and one of the few runs dedicated primarily to skeleton. It was built in 1884 near the hamlet of Cresta in the municipality of Celerina/Schlarigna by Major Bulpett, eventual founder of the St. Moritz Tobogganing Club (SMTC), and the people of St. Moritz. It has continued as a partnership to this day between the SMTC, founded in 1887, and the people of St. Moritz.
  • Golf Engardin St. Moritz - "Home of Swiss Golf - Since 1893! Play golf at the oldest Golf club in Switzerland with two beautiful Championship courses. Our golf courses offer you the fun of the game and a sporting challenge. In combination with the unforgettable Alpine nature of Upper Engadine, an eventful golfing experience awaits you."
  • Kulm Golf St. Moritz - "9-hole golf course with pitching, chipping, and putting area including practice bunkers."
  • St. Moritz-Celerina Olympic Bobrun.
  • OLYMPIA BOB RUN - since 1904. This makes the ice track in the Upper Engadin the oldest bob run and also the last remaining natural ice bob run in the world.
  • SMBC-St.Moritz - Twitter. Official Twitter account: St. Moritz Bobsleigh
  • St. Moritz Automobile Club | SMAC - since 2006. "St. Moritz has a very unique blend of adventure, sophistication, exclusivity and style. The St. Moritz Automobile Club mirrors these types of aspects. Intensifying largely on the thrill and magic of automobiles, past and present. The St. Moritz Automobile Club members, residing throughout Switzerland and internationally, often own and drive a wide range of classic and high-performance cars. When you are a member you can share this passion with a select group of enthusiasts in an ambience that shows these values and lifestyle." Via Veglia 18.
  • St. Moritz Bobsleigh Club.
  • ST. MORITZ BOBSLEIGH CLUB | SMBC - since 1897. "Welcome to the website of Saint Moritz Bobsleigh Club, the oldest bobsleigh club in the world. Support the St. Moritz Bobsleigh Club - the oldest bobsleigh club in the world - as a member or partner."
  • St.Moritz Curling Club, Curling Center, Via Maistra 44.
  • ST. MORITZ CURLING CLUB - since 1880. It was probably one of the first Scottish winter guests who sent four pairs of curling stones to tourism pioneer Johannes Badrutt in St. Moritz. The innovative hotelier was searching for alternative winter activities for his guests and immediately had sufficient “hot-water bottles” made so that in 1880 the game could be taken up. Curling had arrived in the Alps!
  • ST. MORITZ Match Race - "Sailing on the Top of the World." The St. Moritz Match Race will take place from the 30 August to the 4 September, 2011.
  • St. Moritz Polo - "The world’s most prestigious winter polo tournament." Twitter.
  • St. Moritz Polo Club, Via Maistra 24.
  • St. Moritz Polo Club - founded in 1959.
  • Segel-Club St. Moritz, Via Grevas 34.
  • St. Moritz Sailing Club - "Sailing on top of the World." Founded in 1941, developed quickly as one of the most popular sailing and windsurfing locations in Europe because of the region's legendary "Maloja wind". Since its foundation, the Club has organized numerous regattas, including Swiss-, Europe- and World-Championships for jolly boats, catamarans and small yachts.
  • Opposite the Kulm Hotel: Life-size bronze sculpture of a skeleton rider by David Wynne. A gift presented by the St. Moritz Tobogganing Club to the municipality on the occasion of the club’s centenary celebrations in 1985.
  • St. Moritz Tobogganing Club | SMTC & The Cresta Run - founded in 1885. Most important races: Curzon Cup, Morgan Cup, Brabazon Trophy, Grand National. The St Moritz Tobogganing Club Ltd, with its world-wide membership, has always enjoyed a strong partnership with the town and people of St Moritz since the first Run was built in the winter of 1884/1885. The Run and the traditions surrounding it remain constant, although the toboggans and equipment have evolved. It remains one of the last truly amateur sports. The SMTC is a private Club, founded in 1887, three years after the creation of the Cresta Run.
  • St. Moritz Winter Olympic Games 1928 & 1948 - "St. Moritz is the birthplace of winter tourism and modern winter sports. So it's little wonder that the Alpine town has hosted the Winter Olympic Games twice. The Games raised St. Moritz's profile around the world."
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  • 30 THINGS TO DO BEFORE YOU LEAVE - "The St. Moritz Summer Bucket List."
  • 36 Hours in St. Moritz - "This scenic Swiss town is prime territory for those who love snow sports. Other distractions include galleries, glamorous old hotels, and restaurants serving robust Alpine meals." The New York Times.
  • 150 years of winter tourism St. Moritz, Engadin, Switzerland - "Winter Wonderland: Quintessential European ski resort St. Moritz to mark 150-year anniversary of winter tourism with a series of special events 2014."
  • $185 million mansion at the St. Moritz ski resort in Switzerland - "Seven-floor home located at the St. Moritz ski resort in Switzerland. At $185 million, it's the most expensive home on the market in Switzerland at the moment. The floor-to-ceiling windows are 35 feet high and reveal a sweeping view of the Swiss Alps."
  • Avalanche bulletin & Snow information - "The official Swiss avalanche bulletin is published by the avalanche warning service of the WSL Institute for Snow and Avalanche Research SLF. A description of this publication is given in 'Information about the avalanche bulletin' on the website Only the most recent version is binding. 'Information about the avalanche bulletin' does not go into the details of supporting products such as snow maps and measured data, which can be found with the relevant products, nor does it give a description of the Information Platform for Natural Hazards (GIN) or the special products on offer there to safety services. The SLF provides training courses for safety personnel which give them a greater understanding of these products."
  • Badrutt's Palace Hotel - historic luxury hotel in St. Moritz, Switzerland. The hotel opened in 1896 and has 155 rooms, of which 43 are suites.
  • Celerina / Schlarigna - municipality in the district of Maloja in the Swiss canton of Graubünden. It is located in the upper Engadin valley in the Oberengadin sub-district of the Maloja district and is across from the entrance of the Bernina Pass into the Engadin. The village is located between St. Moritz, Samedan and Pontresina. The famous Cresta Run for tobogganing leads from St.Moritz to the Cresta neighborhood of Celerina.
  • Chesa Futura, Via Tinus 25.
  • CHESA FUTURA - Norman + Partner's masterpiece in St. Moritz: Chesa Futura apartment building in Switzerland's Engadin Valley. "Chesa Futura ('house of the future' in Romansch) fuses state-of-the-art computer design tools with centuries-old construction techniques to create an environmentally sensitive apartment building. Although its form is novel, it is framed and clad in timber - one of the oldest and most sustainable building materials. In Switzerland, building in timber is particularly appropriate in that it follows traditions developed and refined over centuries. The building's larch shingles respond naturally to exposure to the elements, changing colour over time to a silver-grey, and should last for a hundred years without the need for maintenance."
  • Corviglia.
  • Corviglia - minor summit situated above St. Moritz in Switzerland. It is accessible by the St. Moritz–Corviglia funicular, from the village, from there an aerial tramway goes to the Piz Nair (3,057 m). Corviglia is also the name of the ski area directly above the town of St. Moritz. This area, together with the fully integrated Marguns area which is centered above the neighboring town of Celerina, is the largest skiing area in the Engadine. It has been the scene of several large tournaments, including the Olympic games twice, and the FIS alpine ski world championships several times.
  • Engadin - long valley in the Swiss Alps located in the canton of Graubünden in southeast Switzerland.
  • Engadin St. Moritz website - responsible for marketing the region since 1 January 2007. It encompasses the territory of the 13 municipalities between Maloja and Zernez.
  • Future of world’s most exclusive horse race on thin ice due to global heating - "White Turf race in St Moritz at risk because water in frozen lake is melting."
  • GraubÜnden - Switzerland's largest canton at 7,105.2 square kilometres (2,743.3 sq mi). The canton shares borders with the cantons of Ticino, Uri, Glarus and St. Gallen and international borders with Italy, Austria and Liechtenstein.
  • Gunter Sachs (1932-2011).
  • GUNTER SACHS - (1932-2011). German playboy, photographer, author, industrialist, art collector, and latterly head of an institute that researched claims of astrology. As a young man he became a sportsman, then gained international fame as a documentary film-maker and documentary photographer. He was interested in astrology and its connection with mathematics and statistics. A playboy in his early years, Sachs was romantically linked to the former Iranian queen Soraya Esfandiary. He married three times. His first wife, Anne-Marie Faure, died in 1958 during surgery. He courted his second wife, Brigitte Bardot, by flying over her villa on the French Riviera in a helicopter and dropping hundreds of roses. The couple were married on 14 July 1966 in Las Vegas; they divorced in 1969. His final marriage was to Swedish former model, Mirja Larsson, which lasted from 1969 until his death. From 1969 until his death, Sachs was the chairman of the St. Moritz Bobsleigh Club. Turn 13 of the St. Moritz-Celerina Olympic Bobrun is named in his honor. Gunter Sachs also founded the private member's club Dracula's Ghost Riders Club in 1974. Since the 1970s also owner of the amazing apartment located in the tower of Badrutt’s Palace hotel.
  • Maurizio Gucci (1948-1995) Grave: Photo: Bobby Kelley.
  • Maurizio Gucci - (1948-1995). Was an Italian businessman and the one-time head of the Gucci fashion house. He was the son of actor Rodolfo Gucci, and grandson of the company's founder Guccio Gucci. On 27 March 1995 he was assassinated by a hitman hired by his former wife Patrizia Reggiani.
  • Piz Bernina - (4,049 m (13,284 ft)) is the highest mountain of the Eastern Alps and the highest point of the Bernina Range the highest peak in south Rhetic Alps. It is also the farthest easterly mountain higher than 4,000 m (13,000 ft) in the Alps, the highest point of the Swiss canton of Graubünden, and the fifth-most prominent peak in the Alps. Piz Bernina is located near St. Moritz.
  • Piz Nair Sunrise (3,057m).
  • Piz Nair - (3,057 m) is a mountain of the Albula Alps, overlooking St. Moritz in the Swiss canton of Graubünden. The summit is easily accessible from the village with a funicular and a cable car, the upper station being located 30 metres below the top. The mountain hosted the alpine skiing events for the 1948 Winter Olympics in neighboring St. Moritz.
  • Real Estate St. Moritz - "Real Estate, Property and Holiday Apartments St. Moritz - Engadine." Real Estate report "Second Homes & Vacation Homes in Switzerland".
  • Samedan - town and municipality in the district of Maloja in the Swiss canton of Graubünden. It is the administrative center of the upper Engadin region, and services include a regional hospital (Spital Oberengadin), a major RhB railway station with regular trains towards Pontresina, Chur and St. Moritz, and a regional airport (Engadin Airport). Both the Bernina Express and Glacier Express trains pass Samedan.
  • Sightseeing Attractions St. Moritz - "An impressive number of museums in the Upper Engadin explore the region's past and follow the trail of famous writers and artists: for example, the Nietzsche House in Sils and the Segantini Museum in St. Moritz. Also worth visiting is the Mili Weber-House and the Engadiner Museum and the Berry Museum in St. Moritz, the museum Alpin in Pontresina, the Andrea Robbi Museum in Sils Maria and the Caferama Coffee Museum in Zuoz."
  • St. Moritz Tourist Board's Official Site.
  • St. Moritz - "TOP OF THE WORLD." St. Moritz Tourist Board's Official Site.
  • St. Moritz - Wikipedia.
  • St. Moritz, the secretive ski resort for celebs & royalty - "What it's like to vacation in St. Moritz, the hidden gem in the Swiss Alps where celebrities, billionaires, and royalty go to ski."
  • Swiss Alps - Wikipedia.
  • SWISS HELICOPTER - since 2012. 40 modern helicopters at 14 locations in Switzerland and Liechtenstein.
  • They Took Their Horses to the Swiss Alps for Snow Polo. They Got Slush Instead - "In St. Moritz, a ski resort town that revolves around winter tourism, high temperatures made full matches impossible and raised concerns about the future."
  • Town Hall St. Moritz - Gemeinde St. Moritz, Via Maistra 12, CH-7500 St. Moritz. Official Site.
  • Bernina Express.
  • Bernina Express - connecting Chur (or Davos) in Switzerland with Poschiavo and Tirano in Italy by crossing the Swiss Alps. For most of its journey, the train also passes along and through the World Heritage Site known as the Rhaetian Railway in the Albula / Bernina Landscapes. The Albula line and the Bernina line on the Bernina Express route were jointly declared a World Heritage Site in 2008. The trip on the Bernina Express through this World Heritage Site is a four-hour railway journey across 196 bridges, through 55 tunnels and across the Bernina Pass on the highest point at 2,253 metres in altitude. The entire line is 1,000 mm (metre gauge). During fall, winter and spring, the Bernina Express consists of several cars which are attached to other, regular trains. From Chur to Samedan, they are part of a RegioExpress train Chur - St. Moritz; from Samedan to Pontresina, they are part of a Regio train Scuol-Tarasp - Pontresina; from Pontresina to Tirano, they are part of a Regio train from St. Moritz - Tirano. Each of these trains includes cars for regular, non-Bernina passengers, and no supplement needs to be paid for them.
  • Engadin Airport | Samedan Airport, 5 km from St. Moritz.
  • Engadin Airport - (IATA: SMV, ICAO: LSZS), Samedan Airport, is a regional airport in Samedan in the Engadin valley of Switzerland, 5 km from St. Moritz. At an elevation of 1,707 metres (5,600 ft), it is one of the highest airports in Europe (after Courchevel). It is also considered one of the most challenging airports in the world because of its difficult topography and winds, and because of the thinness of the air at its altitude.
  • Glacier Express.
  • GLACIER EXPRESS - "The most famous railway in the world. It travels from Zermatt to Davos or St. Moritz in around seven hours. It is a day trip through untouched mountain landscapes, glamorous health resorts, deep gorges, delightful valleys, 91 tunnels and across 291 impressive bridges." The train is operated jointly by the Matterhorn Gotthard Bahn (MGB) and Rhaetian Railway (RhB). For much of its journey, it also passes along and through the World Heritage Site known as the Rhaetian Railway in the Albula / Bernina Landscapes.
  • The Rhaetian Railway between Thusis and Poschiavo is a marvel of railway engineering. Railway enthusiasts assert that the Albula route between Chur and St. Moritz is the most picturesque mountain route in the world. In 2008, UNESCO added the 'Rhaetian Railway in the Albula/Bernina landscape' to its list of World Heritage Sites.
  • Rhaetian Railway - in 2008, UNESCO added the "Rhaetian Railway in the Albula/Bernina landscape" to its list of World Heritage Sites, making the Rhaetian Railway only the third in the world judged to be of "outstanding universal value": Giddying viaducts, twisting tunnels and other spectacular feats of engineering all blend harmoniously into the wild and rugged landscape along the 122 beautiful kilometres of the Rhaetian Railway's Albula-Bernina line. Along its way from Thusis via St. Moritz to Tirano, the line leads past 20 municipalities, through 55 tunnels and over 196 bridges – including the highlight, the world-famous Landwasser Viaduct near Filisur, an elegant curved structure of dark limestone 65 metres tall.
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