Fodor's Expert Review Badrutt's Palace Hotel

Via Serlas 27, St. Moritz, Graubünden, 7500, Switzerland Fodor's Choice

From the moment your Rolls-Royce whisks you from the train station to the hotel, you'll see why Badrutt’s Palace is Switzerland at its most glitzy and glamorous, complete with magnificent public spaces, an exclusive spa, and a high-society pedigree. Guest rooms, in both contemporary and traditional styles depending upon your preference, have luxe fabrics and ultra-comfy beds. Badrutt's offers eight restaurants (plus three bars and one club), including the formal Le Restaurant, as well as more modern fare at outposts of celebrity chefs Andreas Caminada and Nobu Matsuhisa, both open only in winter. The spa, with mountain views from its indoor and outdoor pools, is a delight. Although the celeb count is lower than in its heyday, in high season you'll find the Palace crammed with beautiful people and wealthy wannabes: in fact, people-watching in the lobby is a local pastime.


  • every conceivable desire can be catered to
  • your chance to be treated like royalty
  • excellent ski facilities
  • amazing concierge services
  • fabulous lake and mountain views
  • wonderful kids' club


  • sky-high prices
  • lacking a distinct
  • cohesive atmosphere
  • lacking a distinct, cohesive atmosphere
  • some rooms on the small side
  • not all rooms have lake views




Phones: 081-8371000


157 rooms
Rate Includes: Closed Apr.–mid-June and mid-Sept.–early Dec., Free breakfast

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