Badrutt’s Palace Hotel, in the center of St. Moritz, has been synonymous with glitz and glamour since the resort opened as the Palace Hotel in 1896.
Illustrious guests have included Audrey Hepburn, Marlene Dietrich and Charlie Chaplin, and today’s jet set continues to embrace the luxurious vibe. Le Grand Hall, the spacious lobby, is a favorite see-and be-seen, whether après-ski or during the summertime when the hotel bustles with wellness seekers who come for the region’s magnificent landscapes, as well as for the hotel’s renowned spa, the Palace Wellness.
Elegant, chic, historical, glamorous charm
Everything at Badrutt’s Palace Hotel is high-profile and big name. Each of the rooms and suites comes with personalized butler service, and King’s Club is St. Moritz’s most buzzed-about nightclub.
The Master of Suspense, Alfred Hitchcock, was a loyal guest of Badrutt’s Palace Hotel and is said to have had some of his most brilliant brainwaves while holidaying in St. Moritz!