This luxury hotel can claim its share of St. Moritz superlatives: it was the first hotel here (1856) and the first house to have electricity in all of Switzerland (1878), but modern comfort has come a long way, as seen in top-quality facilities like a 9-hole golf course and putting green, and ice-skating and curling in winter. The Panorama spa features a saltwater grotto, indoor-outdoor pool, and top-notch fitness center (complete with inspired views), the breakfast room is pure Wedgwood, and the à la carte restaurant (open only in winter) is a romantic vaulted space, with big arched windows and a menu of light French cuisine. In the main dining room, jacket and tie are a must, but more casual dining options are also available. Half-board is normal, but just getting breakfast is possible outside the winter season. Bathrooms feature rain-forest showers, while rooms have satellite TV with over 200 channels. The attention to detail is top-notchand includes pillow and soap menus (featuring alternate options promising deeper sleeps and relaxing aromas).