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Badrutt’s Palace reopens for the winter season

Badrutt’s PalaceIconic and innovative, Badrutt’s Palace, reopens its doors with 40 newly renovated rooms and suites, an array of magical festivities, culinary highlights, and new spoiling winter packages for guests to enjoy St. Moritz to the fullest.

Leveraging the hotel’s spacious layout, plentiful facilities, expansive grounds and close proximity to the slopes, the team has been carefully refining the offering to protect the health and safety of guests and staff, while ensuring the much-loved magic of the Palace remains throughout the winter season.

FESTIVE CELEBRATIONS | This Christmas and New Year, the palace has prepared a charmed programme of festivities and spectacular decorations by famous production artist Vincenzo Dascanio. The magical events to unfold over the festive period will include Christmas Afternoon Tea at Le Grand Hall, followed by a Christmas Dinner at Le Restaurant on the 24th and 25th December, and the annual Egg Nog Party on Christmas Day with live classical music. To end the year in style, the Palace will host exclusive New Year’s Eve dinners across its award-winning restaurants, including a four-course menu at Le Restaurant and Le Grand Hall in true Palace tradition.

CULINARY HIGHLIGHTS | Newly-appointed Executive Chef Maxime Luvara brings with him extensive international experience and an innovative spirit to create a progressive gastronomic journey to suit every palette. As the leading dining destination in St. Moritz, Badrutt’s Palace Hotel is home to an eclectic variety of acclaimed restaurants. Awarded a second Michelin star earlier this year, Andreas Caminada’s IGNIV promises inspired sharing dishes and contemporary interiors designed by Patricia Urquiola. Matsuhisa – located in what was formerly Europe’s first indoor tennis hall – is the signature Japanese-Peruvian restaurant by the eponymous and world-famous chef Nobuyuki Matsuhisa. Guests can retreat to vintage cigar lounge Renaissance Bar for a nightcap or cigar by the big stone hearth. Just across the road is 1658-built Chesa Veglia, the oldest ‘peasant house’ in St. Moritz. As Swiss as can be, its eateries are a reminder that Italy is only 40 miles south — the Italian-speaking waiters are often told that the pizza at Pizzeria Heuboden rivals the finest from their motherland.

SPOILING WINTER PACKAGES | For ski-lovers wanting a refreshing dose of the purest elements in utmost privacy, the palace will introduce a remote mountain touring experience, where guests will be whisked to some of the most secluded skiing destinations in the Engadin valley by helicopter, accompanied by a knowledgeable local guide. Spa lovers longing for a wellbeing escape following a challenging year, can opt for the soothing and spoiling Spa Inclusive break. Alternatively, for guests seeking a second home to work remotely, soak up St. Moritz and ski with friends and family, Badrutt’s Palace has introduced special amenities and savings for long term guests staying 28 nights or more, including discounts on laundry, complimentary breakfast and 24-hour butler service for those who have booked suite accommodation.

With record levels of snowfall experienced this December, St. Moritz promises from the very start of this winter season to be a truly magnificent wonderland!

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