Badrutt´s Palace Hotel

  • Badrutt´s Palace Hotel, St. Moritz
    Badrutt´s Palace Hotel
  • Badrutt´s Palace Hotel, St. Moritz
    Room Grand-Deluxe Bed
  • Badrutt´s Palace Hotel, St. Moritz
    Suite Engadin Bed
  • Badrutt´s Palace Hotel, St. Moritz
    Suite Hans-Badrutt Bed
  • Badrutt´s Palace Hotel, St. Moritz
    Restaurant Chesa-Veglia
  • Badrutt´s Palace Hotel, St. Moritz
    Restaurant La-Diala
  • Badrutt´s Palace Hotel, St. Moritz
    Restaurant Le-Grand-Hall
  • Badrutt´s Palace Hotel, St. Moritz
    Restaurant Le-Restaurant
  • Badrutt´s Palace Hotel, St. Moritz
    Wellness Pool Indoor
  • Badrutt´s Palace Hotel, St. Moritz
    Wellness Pool Outdoor
  • Badrutt´s Palace Hotel, St. Moritz
    Meeting-room Madonna-Saal
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Circondato da un paesaggio mozzafiato, il Badrutt Palace Hotel è un punto di riferimento impressionante a St. Moritz. Inaugurato nel 1896 , è ancora di proprietà della famiglia Badrutt. La grandiosità della struttura è considerata in tutto il mondo come ineguagliabile .

Questo hotel, inaugurato nel 1896 e sempre stato di proprietà della Famiglia Badrutt, vanta una fama leggendaria nel mondo. 157 camere incluso 37 suite con veduta sulle Alpi. Deliziosi piatti da gustare al «Restaurant» (15 punti GaultMillau), la «Grande Dame» tra i 6 ristoranti di prima classe. Beauty Spa totalmente rinnovata, esclusiva shopping gallery, club per bambini e formule di divertimento per gli adolescenti.

Storia dal Badrutt´s Palace Hotel

Storia dal 1896

In the mid-1880s Caspar Badrutt bought the Beau Rivage (1872) in St. Moritz. His father, Johannes, was the proud owner of St. Moritz’s Kulm and founder of the Badrutt hotel dynasty. Between 1892 and 1896, Caspar Badrutt expanded the Beau Rivage into the ­palatial Badrutt’s Palace. Under his care and that of his descendants, generations of prominent guests came to appreciate the hotel’s exclusive atmosphere. After opening in 1896, Badrutt’s Palace, designed by Zurich architects Alfred Chiodera (1850–1916) and Theophil Tschudi (1847–1911), soon underwent further transformations. In 1907, one full floor and a new attic floor were added, as was, a little later, a three-story tract on the west-side with a dining room and indoor tennis court. After more alterations in the 1920s and in the decades after WW II, the entire premises were extensively renovated at the end of the 20th century. Through it all, Badrutt’s Palace has kept its unmistakable ­castle-like character with its location on a steep bluff above Lake St. Moritz and the hotel’s silhouette with its merlons and corner towers. A distinct main tower with a pyramid-roof rises up on the west side. The hotel sits on a two-story base with walls of unhewn stones. This is topped by a light-flooded main floor with public rooms, restaurants, boutiques, a veranda and a large terrace. Then, the floors with the guest rooms. The tower, completely rebuilt after a 1967 fire, houses a private suite. From the beginning, the façades and interior incorporated a rich variety of styles. The Gothic-Revival motif of the façades, with Tudor arches, continues in the hotel interiors. Filigree wood walls and imposing Renaissance-style wood coffered ceilings as well as Neo-Baroque ceiling paintings characterize the public rooms. Despite the many transformations, much attention has always been paid to the original structural fabric; early stamped sgraffiti on the ­façade were uncovered in 2006. Badrutt’s Palace has been a member of Swiss Historic Hotels since 2006. (FF)

Hans Wiedemann
  • Conduzione
  • Hans Wiedemann
  • Categoria d’albergo
  • Di lusso, tradizione, glamour, sport, specialità culinarie, benessere, lago, montagne, sci, famiglie
  • Descrizione dell’albergo
  • 157 camere (37 suite), 7 ristoranti , ‹Palace Wellness›, negozio di sci / scuola di sci in casa, sci e pass (da due notti), Wi-Fi gratuito, l'accesso al ‹King’s Club› e la pista di ghiaccio (solo in inverno) , bar ristoro gratuito, servizio maggiordomo gratuito in suite, assistenza gratuita nel ‹Kids’ Club Palazzino› per i bambini dai 3 ai 12 anni, trasferimenti in Rolls Royce su richiesta
  • Classificazione d’albergo
  • Premio speciale
  • Chesa Veglia 2009
  • Categoria di prezzo
  • > CHF 200 / EUR 192
  • Apertura
  • Da giugno a settembre e da dicembre a marzo
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