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  • Writer's pictureClaudio Fibonacci

Chic and Cozy: A Winter Wonderland in St. Moritz According to The Vogue Guide

The Fashionista’s Guide to St. Moritz in Winter

The Vogue Guide to St. Moritz in Winter

Introduction

The hilltop village of St. Moritz, in Switzerland’s Engadin Valley, is one of Europe’s most exclusive ski resorts—here, timeless elegance meets tasteful discretion, all concealed behind the doors of its iconic Art Nouveau hotels and traditional fondue spots. St. Moritz has a rich history dating back to 1864 when it was deemed the birthplace of Alpine winter tourism. The resort has hosted the Winter Olympics twice, and is home to unique winter sports facilities like the Cresta Run and the only natural ice bobsleigh run in the world. St. Moritz is a place where winter sports enthusiasts and culture-seekers come together to enjoy a packed calendar of iconic winter events.

Where to Stay

Badrutt’s Palace

  1. 13 diverse food and beverage options

  2. Palace Wellness Spa with Biologique Recherche treatments

  3. VIP after-hours shopping experiences at luxury boutiques

  4. Iconic red-uniformed greeters and vintage Rolls-Royce service

Suvretta House

  1. Exclusive ski-in, ski-out hotel

  2. Private ski lift and direct access to slopes

  3. Whimsical vintage Ford bus shuttle to town

  4. Range of dining options and children’s restaurant

Kulm Hotel

  1. Oldest hotel in St. Moritz

  2. Home to the St. Moritz Cresta Club and Tobogganing Club

  3. Renowned restaurants and expansive spa

  4. Kulm Country Club with a refurbished Art Nouveau interior

Hotel Grace La Margna

  1. Brand new modern hotel

  2. Contemporary design with nods to Art Nouveau

  3. N/5 bar with unique cocktail creations

  4. Holistic spa experience with wellness showers

The Carlton Hotel

  1. Intimate stay with alpine-inspired rooms

  2. Grand Restaurant and Michelin-starred Da Vittorio

  3. Living room-style Carlton Bar and Bel Etage

  4. Spa and picturesque hilltop location

Grand Hotel Des Bains Kempinski

  1. Oldest and largest five-star hotel in St. Moritz

  2. Located at the foot of the Signalbahn cable car

  3. Lifecube Cryotherapy spa treatment

  4. Variety of dining options including Michelin-starred Ca d’Oro

Where to Eat and Play

On the Slopes

  1. Trutz for homestyle cooking at the top of Survetta lift

  2. Paradiso for panoramic views and black truffle fondue

  3. Chasellas and Salastrains for atmospheric on-piste lunches

In Town

  1. Café Belmont for sandwiches and freshly baked goods

  2. Pavarotti Wine Bar for homestyle Italian dishes

  3. Dal Mulin and Swiss Restaurant Engiadina for traditional Alpine cuisine

  4. Nobu founder’s La Coupole – Matasiyu for Japanese-Peruvian fare

  5. New Peruvian restaurant Amaru for shared street food dishes

Art and Shopping

Shopping

  1. High-end brands like Gucci, Prada, and Louis Vuitton

  2. Exclusive sportswear labels like Moncler, Bogner, and Fusalp

  3. Italian multi-brand shop Modes for well-curated seasonal items

  4. Extreme Cashmere flagship store for luxury cashmere

  5. St. Moritz heritage shop Cashmere House Lamm for traditional knitwear

Art

  1. Hauser & Wirth’s gallery and Vito Schnabel’s gallery

  2. Nomad Circle traveling art fair for contemporary art

  3. International Concours of Elegance classic car show on ice

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