St. Moritz

Luxury, elegance and class

St. Moritz is a world-renowned tourist destination located in the Engadine Valley in Switzerland. It is famous for its luxurious hotels, high-end shopping, and winter sports activities. St. Moritz has hosted the Winter Olympics twice and is considered one of the birthplaces of winter tourism. The area is surrounded by beautiful mountain landscapes and has a stunning view of Lake St. Moritz. In addition to skiing, visitors can enjoy activities such as ice skating, snowboarding, and tobogganing. The town is also known for its cultural events, such as the annual St. Moritz Gourmet Festival, and its vibrant nightlife. With its charming alpine village feel, world-class amenities, and breathtaking scenery, St. Moritz is a must-visit destination for any traveler seeking a luxurious winter vacation.


Muottas Muragl


Muottas Muragl is a beautiful vantage point to view the three lakes of the region. From Punt Muragl, a funicular takes visitors 700 metres high. The restaurant on top offers amazing views and gourmet food . In winter, visitors can experience a thrilling 4.2 km toboggan ride all the way down to Punt Muragl from the top, the fastest in Switzerland!


A cable car ride takes visitors almost 3000 m high for impressive views of Piz Bernina and its surroundings. On Diavolezza, visitors can also enjoy VR Diavolezza, the world’s highest virtual reality experience, or relax in Europe’s highest altitude open-air hot tub.


Olympic Bob Run in winter

The St. Moritz-Celerina Olympic bob run is an adrenaline-fueled ride on the world’s only natural bobsleigh track. This iconic run has been a part of numerous competitions and championships. Guests get to cruise down this track at up to 130 km per hour, making it an unforgettable experience.

Morteratsch Alpine Cheese Dairy

In summer, the Morteratsch Show Cheese Dairy produces cheese in the traditional way. Visitors can watch the cheesemaker in action and sample his handiwork with brunch or Zvieri (afternoon snack). The dairy serves their famous Alpine brunch from Tuesday to Sunday, 9:30 am to 11:30 am.

Insider Tips

A horse carriage ride around the lake, through the Staz Forest or through glamourous St. Moritz is an unforgettable a magical experience.

Since 1955 Hauser Hotel’s in-house confectionary has been famous for its heavenly cakes and homemade chocolates. Their Engadin Nut Cake
is a must-try for visitors

The Devil’s Place is a whiskey bar which houses 2500 different kinds of whiskey, a world record for the largest collection!

A 2-hour train ride from St. Moritz takes visitors to Landquart, an open-air shopping paradise with over 70 shops offering over 160 brands at irresistibly low prices.

From St. Moritz, visitors can opt for two panoramic trains, Glacier Express to Zermatt, or Bernina Express to Lugano. Rhaetian Railways’s little red trains, especially those with open-air carriages, are a must do.