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Badrutt's Palace

At a Glance

    Pros

  • every conceivable desire can be catered to (guests rarely hear the word "no")
  • your chance to be treated like royalty
  • excellent ski facilities

    Cons

  • sky-high prices
  • missing a distinct, cohesive atmosphere

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Badrutt's Palace Review

With its pseudo-Gothic stone and mismatched sprawl of architectural excess, the Palace is Switzerland at its most glitzy and glamorous, complete with its own ski shop and private instructors, an exlusive spa, and a high-society pedigree.Although the celeb count is lower than in its heyday, today there are more than enough Rolls-Royces and Lear jets discharging guests, and you'll find the Palace crammed with beautiful people and wealthy wannabes: in fact, people-watching in the lobby is a local pastime. Of the seven restaurants here, center ring belongs to swanky Le Restaurant, designed to resemble the main dining hall on a cruise ship. Guest rooms are bright and individually decorated, but can be surprisingly unassuming.

    Hotel Details

  • 157 rooms, 38 suites
  • Rate includes breakfast, some meals.
  • Credit cards accepted.
  • Closed Apr.–mid-June and mid-Sept.–Dec.
Updated: 10-09-2012

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