Chic, elegant and exclusive with a cosmopolitan ambiance, St. Moritz is located at 1,856 metres above sea level in the middle of the Upper Engadin lake landscape. The dry, sparkling “champagne climate” is legendary and the celebrated St. Moritz sun shines for an average of 322 days a year.
St. Moritz was the birthplace of Alpine winter tourism (1864) and winter sports (1884). It has been the host city of two Winter Olympic Games (1928 and 1948) and numerous Alpine Ski World Championships throughout its history. However, it owes its original fame to its therapeutic springs, which have been used for over 3000 years.
The town consists of ‘Dorf’ (village) and ‘Bad’ (spa). Upmarket Dorf, with its five-star hotels and plush restaurants, is on the hill above the lake while a short walk away is Bad, set on the flat ground by the lakeside and has a more understated atmosphere.
The resort offers a year-round guarantee of exceptional leisure and sporting attractions, cultural highlights, chic shopping, and world-class events.
Panoramic views from the funicular between St. Moritz-Dorf and the Corviglia summit
The frozen lake Lej da San Murezzan nestled between St Moritz Dorf and St Moritz Bad
A melting pot of architectural styles in the villages
Ski and snowboard on the world-class slopes of the birthplace of alpine winter sports
Soak in the historic mineral springs
Take a shopping trip in the luxury designer boutiques of Dorf