Hello St Moritz!

After my third visit to St Moritz and working with their amazing tourism board team, I feel it’s time to create this guide! What a wonderful destination!

Nestled amidst the majestic Swiss Alps, St. Moritz is a winter wonderland that suits travelers seeking a perfect blend of luxury, adventure, and breathtaking natural beauty. Renowned for its glamorous reputation, this alpine resort town has been attracting visitors for over a century.

My stay in St Moritz was for 4 nights. The number of nights to choose to stay in St Moritz is very subjective on every traveler’s plan in how to spend the stay/visit. If you are skiing, then 6-7 days if not more! For me, I would’ve loved to spend another day and just spend it in the spa enjoying the warm relaxing atmosphere while staring at the beauty of the snow outdoors.

Where to stay?

Indulge in the epitome of alpine luxury as St. Moritz offers a plethora of upscale resorts and hotels. From the legendary Badrutt’s Palace Hotel to the exclusive Kulm Hotel. I also experienced and loved Grace La Margna Hotel which has opened in August, 2023. Another top rated hotel which I did’t get to experience/see it wasn’t open yet is Carlton Hotel.

What sort of activities to expect in St Moritz?

Well, there are so many activities and events happening depending on what time of the year you go. I would always advise to check their official website to see the dates of popular events such as the polo event or classic cars which are huge in St Moritz!

Other activities to be considered when in St Moritz:

  • Skiing and snowboarding
  • Snow-shoeing
  • Ice skating
  • Snow polo
  • Thermal baths and spas
  • Helicopter Ride
  • Horse Carriage Ride
  • Dining experiences (love the food!)

Some of the restaurants I tried and recommend:

  • Langosteria (Seafood)
  • Kulm Country Club
  • La Scarpetta (Italian)
  • Hato (sushi)
  • Amaru Peruvian Restaurant
  • Paradiso Mountain Club & Restaurant
  • The View at Grace hotel (Try the pizza!)
  • Matsuhisa (Nobu) at Badrutt Palace
  • Dal Mulin

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