Shopping & nightlife

As “the most glamorous alpine destination in the world”, St. Moritz is number one among the holiday destinations in the mountains. When it comes to shopping, Via Serlas can compete with New York's 5th Avenue or Rodeo Drive in Los Angeles - just a little bit smaller. On the highest shopping mile in Europe, you can find everything from Jimmy Choo to Gucci to Louis Vuitton that has a reputation for international fashion.

Strolling past glamorous shop windows, you can pass the time window shopping and people-watching. Especially on cold winter evenings when the lights make the windows shine even brighter and the entire Via Serlas is festively lit.

In the St. Moritz nightlife you will find well-known bar classics and new clubs with an international flair. For après ski you can meet for a mulled wine or a glass of champagne at the Roo Bar in the village center. The best place to dance to live music is in the Stübli in the Schweizerhof. Right next door, down 'Bar Street', you can enjoy a classic cocktail or a glass of fine wine or champagne from the surprisingly extensive wine list in the wicked QN bar.
A stylish ambience with a touch of Italian charm awaits guests in the new Balthazar Lounge in the premises of the former Cascade, while just one door further, in the Vivai Dance Club, the young and the young at heart dance and party to house beats into the morning.
Well-known legends such as the Sunny Bar in the Kulm Hotel, the Dracula Club at the start of the bobsleigh run or the King's Social House in the Palace Hotel should not be missing on the list, as well as the largest whiskey bar in the world in the Hotel Waldhaus. Let the evening fade away at the lobby bar in the Reine Victoria or in the cellar bar in the Laudinella.


Why not try your luck in the highest casino in Switzerland at 1,833 meters and feel like James Bond in "Casino Royale"? Back in the heart of St. Moritz Dorf, “The Highest Club” invites locals and guests from all over the world to experience fun at the table and on the 65 slot machines in a dignified atmosphere.

An exquisite selection of fine cocktails and cool drinks await you at the Club Bar. In the table games area, there are three American Roulette and two Black Jack gaming tables. Poker fans can try their hand at Ultimate Texas Hold'em Poker and play their trump cards - including a poker face, of course.
Entry to the casino is free for everyone over the age of 21. Fun is guaranteed here until the early hours of the morning.

Classic Cars

Known worldwide for glamor and class, it is not surprising that St. Moritz has also become a meeting place for many vintage car enthusiasts. As a venue for various events, you can witness the automotive tradition here both in summer and in winter. Top-class meetings such as the British Classic Car Meeting St. Moritz, Passione Engadina or WinterRaid take place annually against the backdrop of the Engadine mountains.

The Bernina Gran Turismo event, with its hill climb on the cordoned-off Bernina Pass, is most closely related to the historic automobile weeks of 1929 and 1930.
The St. Moritz lifestyle is perfectly staged in numerous historical St. Moritz advertising posters from the early 20th century by outstanding artists. The posters arouse wanderlust. Today they are in greater demand worldwide than ever before. Many of the motifs are ideal souvenirs in the St. Moritz shop in the village or in the online shop.
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