Corvatsch packages

Packages Laudinella St. Moritz
In addition to the approximately 320 days of sunshine, mountain lakes, hiking trails, bike trails, slopes, cross-country ski runs and winter hiking trails await you in the Engadin. Perfect conditions for everyone who likes to be sporty in summer and winter. Here, from 1'800 meters upwards, you can train yourself fit for the next competition or for your own pleasure. After a few days in the Hotel Corvatsch, pure wellbeing is guaranteed.

St. Moritz Snowtastic

Nine individual 3* hotels offer you an exciting insight into the diverse world between jet set and breathtaking nature. Enjoy the world-famous pistes and warm up in the St. Moritz sun - the sunny side of Switzerland!

3 Nights

from CHF 576.00

The ski pass is included in the package and you can enjoy unlimited kilometers of slopes throughout the Upper Engadine.

Discovering other hotels and their restaurants made easy - with the Snowtastic you are spoiled for choice.

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St Moritz Aquatastic

Fill your summer days with unforgettable mountain experiences and diverse moments of pleasure.
Let your soul dangle. During sports. When dreaming. In the Engadine summer.

3 Nights

from CHF 576.00

Fancy a sunny stay in the mountains? Enjoy nature to the fullest.
Booking period (depending on availablity)
May 01, 2023 – October 15, 2023 
Bookable from 3 nights
Engadin autumn pleasure

Golden autumn

Enjoy the colorful autumnal network of hiking trails in golden-shining valleys and on the mountains.

3 Nights

from CHF 576.00

ENGADIN St. Moritz - Golden larch trees by Lake Sils, in the background Piz la Margna (3159 m), Piz Salacina (2'599 m) and Piz Lunghin (2'780 m).ENGADIN St. Moritz - Golden larch trees by Lake Sils, with Piz la Margna (3,159m), Piz Salacina (2,599m) and Piz Lunghin (2,780m) in the background.ENGADIN St. Moritz - larici dorati al lago di Sils, sullo sfondo il Piz la Margna (3`159 m) , Piz Salacina (2,599 m) and Piz Lunghin (2,780 m).Copyright by ENGADIN St. Moritz Sonderegger
The National Park in Zernez writes:
“The golden glow of the larches is one of the last highlights of nature before the long hibernation begins. ...
… The larch needles change color in October and fall to the ground in the first half of November. The greatest color intensity can be observed around mid-October.”
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