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St Moritz ski hotels and holiday packages

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St Moritz is one of the world’s finest ski resorts, with an international reputation for its strikingly beautiful setting in Switzerland’s Engadine Valley, superb ski slopes and off-piste options, sensational après-ski scene, and enticing shopping opportunities. The resort has been host to two Winter Olympics and an FIS World Ski Championship.


St Moritz is a glamorous resort town offering far more than just excellent ski slopes. Its stylish shops and boutiques, cultural venues and performances, exquisite views, gourmet cuisine and ritzy nightlife combine to create an exclusive allure that is utterly appealing to the rich and famous.


The region’s slopes are linked by a system of 56 lifts with the ability to transport 65,000 skiers per hour. In addition to the downhill runs, there are 180kms of cross-country trails, and some superb off-piste options for skiers and snowboarders.


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St Moritz is famous for its glitzy après-ski scene, which features gourmet restaurants, casinos, bars and nightclubs, as well as concert venues. The ski resort glitters with stylish shops and boutiques, while art and folklore museums provide entertainment for culture buffs. Lodging is ample, with 8,500 beds on offer, mostly in plush hotels, apartments and traditional wooden chalets. 

Gourmet & nightlife

For a special evening, top restaurants such as Jöhri's Talvo at Champfèr and Bumanns Chesa Pirani in La Punt offer sumptuous food in stylish surroundings. There are also plenty of low-key restaurants in St. Moritz, including the beautiful views and unpretentious food at Muottas Muragl. Bars and nightclubs play host to a variety of different age groups in St. Moritz. Bobby's Pub and Stübli attract a young crowd. Nearby, Western-themed, Muli offers live music, as does the Piano bar - albeit in more chic surroundings. Several nightclubs are open into the small hours. Two of the most popular are Vivai and King's, the latter requires you to wear a jacket and tie.


Of course St Moritz is a mecca for luxurious goods shopping, as well as shops of all kinds with about 150 to choose from. All the famous names in fashion, jewellery and perfumes are to be found here. Exhibitions and auctions are staged in the top hotels by companies like Cartier, Sotheby's, Sabbadini and Christie's. 


Skiing and snowboarding in St. Moritz starts at Salastrains or Corviglia. Celerina also has nice, broad nursery slopes at village level. There are ski schools in St. Moritz and Suvretta, whilst snowboarders can take lessons at The Wave  dedicated snowboarding school. 


Intermediates will thoroughly enjoy St. Moritz. Corviglia and Cervatsch offer miles of fast cruising. The Hahnensee run is worth particular attention for its six kilometre length and 900 metre vertical. St. Moritz's slopes here are perfect for fast and fun freeriding.


St. Moritz has a handful of black pistes scattered across the slopes. Most advanced skiers and snowboarders will want to head off-piste to stretch themselves, though. Tough terrain can be found atop Piz Nair and Corvatsch, though the best way to find great off-piste here is to hire a guide. 


Every section of the mountains has a hidden gem for riders. The Corvatsch is favored for racing. The Furtschellas has a hidden freestyle snowpark with jumps, windlips and powder. On the Corviglia section there is a halfpipe near the Signal lift. In Diavolezza there is a natural halfpipe. Lagalb is known for its fast powder turns.

 St. Moritz Ski School has a childcare programme for those aged 4 to 12 years. In addition, the Schweizerhof and Badrutt Palace hotels both offer non-skiing nurseries for children.

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