Cheap Hotels in St Moritz
Aladin Apartments St Moritz offers units with a balcony or terrace, a fully-equipped kitchenette with a dishwasher, a living room and a flat-screen TV with satellite channels. Several restaurants and Lake St. Moritz are a 5-minute walk away. Wi-Fi is available in all units free of charge. A buffet breakfast is served each morning at a partner hotel which is a 2-minute walk away, and half-board option (breakfast and dinner) is available during the whole year as well. Private parking as well as garage parking is available on site at an additional fee of CHF 12,00/day. The local bus station and athletic fields are just a 2-minute walk from Aladin Appartments, and the local ski lift is 1 km away. St. Moritz town centre can be reached by car in 5 minutes. Shops, restaurants, bars and cafes can be visited there. Popular activities in the region include fishing, mountain climbing, ice skating, canoeing, mountain biking, paragliding, rafting, horse riding, sledding, skiing and sailing. St. Moritz Golf Club can be reached by car in 7 minutes. Aladin Appartments has a garden with a terrace and barbecue facilities. A ski storage room can be used on site and ski passes are available for purchase from the property. From 25 October to 30 April, guests will receive a ski pass from the first night onwards at a special price of CHF 47.00/person/day for the entire duration of their stay. This special price also includes public transport throughout the Oberengadin. During the summer season, we provide the tickets for the regional cable cars free of charge for guests who are staying 2 nights or more at our place.
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Hotels in St Moritz
The famous resort town of St Moritz is located in the glorious Engadine valley in the Swiss canton of Graübunden. The highest mountain summit in the Eastern Alps, the Piz Bernina lies a few miles south of the town.
St Moritz is the original Swiss alpine playground. It has been luring the rich, famous and talented since 1864. The combination of a sparkling blue-green lake, rich dark forests and perfect peaks make it irresistible all year round, but particularly when there's a good deep covering of perfect powder. There is a great deal of glitz and glamour associated with St Moritz, but none of it obscures the real reason why people come. Out on the sunny slopes under deep blue alpine skies you will find thrilling black ski runs such as Diavolezza, the first class carving terrain of Corviglia and seemingly endless miles of trails for hiking when the snows recede.
Museums and Galleries
The sublime scenery around St Moritz hotels captures the imagination of skiers, but it also inspires artists. At the excellent Segantini Museum you can admire the paintings of the 19th-century Italian artist Giovanni Segantini, who conveys the sense of immense scale, brilliant light and space powerfully on canvas. At the Engadiner Museum in the town, you can also discover how traditional occupants of the valley lived, through superbly evocative displays of their simple dwellings and contents.
Restaurants and Cafés
You won't be surprised to discover superb food and fabulous places to relax and refuel in St Moritz. Fine and locally flavoured cuisine is very much part of the magic formula that keeps people coming. The peak of culinary quality is probably the two Michelin-starred Ecco On Snow. In a stunning white and gold interior, you can enjoy the creations of master chef Rolf Fliegauf, as he weaves some genuine magic with bold, tasty and top quality ingredients. Somewhat higher up the mountainside, Swiss celebrity chef Reto Mathis produces exquisite fresh pasta, rösti, and polenta with venison sausage, while you stare in awe at the widescreen view from the Mathis Brasserie windows. Restaurant vistas rarely come better than this, but you are dining thousands of feet up in arguably the world's prettiest mountain range! Nearer lake level, Chesa Veglia is a simple slate-roofed, brilliant white chalet restaurant dating from 1658. It's warm and woody interior provides the perfect ambiance to enjoy fine pizza and local specialities such as Bündner Gerstensuppe, which is a creamy barley soup that's guaranteed to keep the winter chill at bay.
Frequently asked questions about Hotels in St Moritz
Which hotels are the most popular ones to stay at in St Moritz?According to our booking data, the most booked hotels in St Moritz are Hotel Corvatsch, Suvretta House and Hotel Stille & Aladin Apartments.
What is the cheapest price for a hotel in St Moritz?The cheapest price for a double room in St Moritz is £143, offered by Hotel Stille & Aladin Apartments.
What hotels are in the central St Moritz neighborhood?If you want to stay near the center of St Moritz, you can consider staying at Hotel Steffani, Badrutt's Palace Hotel and Hotel Arte.
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