On top of the Alps - The Kempinski Grand Hotel des Bains in St. Moritz
The Kempinski Grand Hotel des Bains is a grand building with a rich tradition since 1864. If today the doors open, you feel welcome in a very unique atmosphere. Service with a genuine warm smile, comprehensive knowledge and advice from the concierge and above all, the relaxed yet sophisticated attention you are given throughout your stay.
The Kempinski Grand Hotel des Bains is located in St. Moritz Bad, right at the Mauritius spring, the actual root of St. Moritz itself. It is the only 5 star hotel in St. Moritz immediately opposite to the cable car station for the ski and hiking region Corviglia. It offers its guests the unique opportunity to put on their skies right outside the hotel. The legendary Hahnensee ski-run ends immediately in front of the hotel and the cross-country ski runs of the Engadine ski marathon pass it, too. The sports center and local swimming lakes are within easy walking distance.
Enjoy the very best from the Swiss Alps in perfect quality. All rooms and suites are elegantly and timelessly appointed and reflect unpretentious luxury and stylish class. The historical – but contemporarily depicted – motifs of the pictures bear witness to the glamorous past of St. Moritz while the technical equipment and all services are state-of-the-art.
In the distinguished restaurants the food is somewhere between tradition and cosmopolitanism – a place of exclusive hospitality. But even the most exquisite food alone would not be enough: what really matters is the interplay of pleasure, style and entertainment, at any time of the day or night.
All restaurants are award winning: The Les Saisons for the delicious steaks from around the world and best breakfast in Switzerland, the lifestyle Enoteca (14 Gault Millau points) for the best the region has to offer and the Mediterranean gourmet restaurant Ca d’Oro (1 star Michelin, 17 Gault Millau points). The Lobby and Bar offers all time classics as well as modern inspired highlights.
Don’t forget the Alpine Kempinski The Spa. Glacier water, Bergell granite, herbs and Engadine woods determine the uniquely elegant atmosphere. You will be pampered with the finest natural products and the range of saunas, an indoor pool, Kneipp baths, gym, sun terrace and the Ladies Spa provide the perfect space for your beauty and relaxation.
Further amenities include the 'Kids Club' with supervised indoor and outdoor activities for children, the ski school and the sport shop with perfect bike and ski infrastructure from rental services to depot directly at the slopes and more. Finally do not forget St. Moritz and the Engadine valley, without a question one of the most beautiful and inspiring valleys in the mountains with world-class events and highest lifestyle. That‘s pure alpine relaxation.
- Business Centre
- Fitness Centre
St. Moritz is the cradle of winter tourism. For winter sports enthusiasts there are 350 kilometres of pistes with a state-of-the-art infrastructure in the surrounding area. St. Moritz's 'house mountain', the Corviglia, boasts the steepest start slope in Switzerland with the Piz Nair Wall's 100 percent vertiginous drop.
The resort which has hosted the Olympic Winter Games twice, offers a great many attractions. Toboggan riders plinge down the icy run which is one of the oldest natural ice bob runs in the world. The Fun Park for snowboarders featuring a permanently operational half-pipe, tandem parachute jumps and altitude training are just a few of the other winter sports on offer. For winter hikers there are 150 kilometres of winter walking trails and for cross-country skiers there is a track network of about 180 kilometres.
Segantini Museum: dedicated to the painter Giovanni Segantini who spent the final five years of his life in the Engadine.
Bernina Express: by panorama train on the most scenic railway in Europe to the Puschlav.
Muottas Muragl: impressive view over the lake region of the Upper Engadine. In winter by toboggan from the summit to the valley station.
Piz Nair Wall: the start of the men's downhill (2003 World Championship) with a 100 percent drop result in an acceleration from 0 to 130 km/h in 7 seconds. Top skiing skills are a must.