Rooms with style
This history-steeped building has 147 guest rooms featuring single, double and multi-bed accommodation ‒ with TV, bath and/or shower, WC and hairdryer, and some with balcony and views of the Alpine scenery ‒ and providing an inviting and spacious temporary home. You have the choice between the categories Economy, Superior or Deluxe to enjoy the ambience of this Art Nouveau residence.
Hotel Restaurant Corvtasch The Hotel Restaurant Corvatsch is entirely furnished in the typical Engadin style with hand carved local wood furniture.
Hotel Laudinella The Kultur- and Genusshotel is open all year round. Because St. Moritz and the Engadine are beautiful 365 days a year.
Hotel Reine Victoria In the venerable Art Nouveau hotel, your stay will remind you of the Belle Époque, with all the amenities of a modern hotel.
Lake St. Moritz in winter The frozen lake invites for winter hiking and spectacular events like White Turf, Snow Polo or Ice Cricket.
Lake St. Moritz in summer Strolling and jogging around the lake, sailing and stand up paddle boarding on the lake. Everything feels glamorous.
Spa and indoor swimming pool OVAVERVA The stylish spa and pool facilities with indoor swimming pool, a heated outdoor pool, diving boards, slides and a generous spa area is in the immediate vicinity. Admission is included for our hotel guests.
Signalbahn Railway The main gondola to the ski and bike area Corviglia is not far away. Do you know our sports packages?
Railway station We are happy to pick you up at the station with our hotel bus. The journey along the lake takes only a few minutes.
Olympia Bob Run The only natural ice bob run in the world is built by hand every year. Would you like to try a guest ride?
Cresta Run On your belly through the ice channel. Not skeleton, but Cresta. Similar but much wilder - only in St. Moritz.
Kulm Golf The Engadine has three golf courses. One is located in the middle of St. Moritz village and has nine holes and a driving range.
The Leaning Tower The 33 meter high tower is inclined by 5.5 degrees - which makes it more inclined than the Leaning Tower of Pisa.