Suite of the Week: the sensational Suite St. Moritz at Badrutt’s Palace St. Moritz

At the very blissful moment you step out of your chartered plane and are greeted by a Rolls Royce, it occurs to you that your time spent at the historic hotel will be nothing less than utmost luxury.

A heritage property renowned for its discreet service and traditional elegance, Badrutt’s Palace has been welcoming guests from the worlds of politics, culture and show business from its inception. The St. Moritz local hotspot is the hotel’s King Club with its trendy DJs plus seating for over 200.

Exterior_Sailing-boat_HWith 157 guest rooms including 37 suites cherishing stunning views of the Engadine Alps and Lake Sankt Moritz, the five star property enjoys a prominent place in the Leading Hotels of the World portfolio. Delicious meals are served in “Le Restaurant”, the grand dame of the 6 first-class restaurants.

A suite we highly recommend at this property is the Suite St. Moritz! Yes, in addition to the oodles of timeless elegance and exclusivity, the Suite St. Moritz at Badrutt’s Palace Hotel offers one of those stunning views one has only dreamt about or seen in movies! The spacious balcony provides magnificent views of the picturesque Engadin Mountains and Lake St. Moritz.

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The one bedroom suite reminds me of the Victorian era with pastels tones splashed across the walls and antique furniture placed across the suite. The 95 square meter suite entails round-the-clock butler service.

The delightful suite is no ordinary suite especially if you review the perks at your disposal! Think complimentary liquor bar, ski passes and Rolls Royce transfers!

Area: 95 sq m/ 860 sq ft.
Cost: $2200 per night
Occupancy: 2 persons
Location: Badrutt’s Palace Hotel, Via Serlas 27

Why would you want to splurge on it?
Honestly the view just does it for me, but of course there is the Rolls Royce transfers and the round-the-clock butler service.

Address:
Badrutt’s Palace,
Via Serlas 27,
7500 St. Moritz