Schweizerhof Swiss Quality Hotel4.5 out of 5.0
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St. Moritz is known mostly for ski/snowboard in the winter but we were there in the summer but has lots of options for mountains and trails to walk/hike. At check-in we were greeted by Sandra and she gave a good explanation of the Engadine region and what we wanted to see. This was important as we only were there for 2 nights and we had to be realistic in what we can see in the given time. We settled on seeing Muttoas Muragle. Sandra herself showed us our rooms and their features. St. Moritz the town itself has only about 5000 people but you do feel like you are in another world with the giant alps surrounding you in the background with the small lake. Very picturesque. Breakfast buffet was excellent as they also had an omelette station where a chef made omelettes however we like them. For dinner we ate at Dal Mulin as my dad really wanted lamb chops. The other was a Siam Wind a Thai restaurant. Both were excellent. One of the girls in the hotel arranged our wakeup calls and taxi on our last day as we had to catch the morning Bernina Express. I believe her name was Rada or Radwa? This is a great place to stay and if we come back to St. Moritz we will stay here again.
We arrived in St. Moritz after the day-long Glacier Express ride, so it was with relief and joy that we were greeted by the hotel's shuttle at the rail station. After a very short ride, we were quickly checked in and our luggage was brought to our room. Our room was big enough and quiet comfortable, with a balcony that looked over the lake to the mountains beyond. As it was off-season, there were very few people in the town, but we enjoyed a walk along the lake as the day came to a close. Turning right from the front door of the hotel, after a short walk, there is an escalator that goes right down to the lakefront, where there is a lovely walking path. Breakfast was plentiful and delicious, with a young man who cooked eggs to order perfectly. I want to especially commend Sandra Bernherd, at the front desk, who called the Swiss Travel Agency with a question we had about our itinerary after leaving the hotel. She could not have been more gracious and helpful.
Beautifully situated on the slopes of the lake in St. Moritz. We had a junior suite which was large and offered AMAZING views of the lake and surrounding mountains. The room/furniture was a little dated, but quite comfortable and the location and views made up for it. Bountiful breakfast buffet. Small bar area. Comes with a Nespresso machine and coffee/tea, and mini fridge with free beer, waters, cokes!
We stayed here 4 nights as part of our tour of St Moritz. We had room 108, which has access to the first floor patio overlooking the lake. The room was very spacious and quite comfortable except for the late night partiers that passed immediately below our windows. On several nights things did not quiet down until well into the next morning. The breakfast buffet is one of the best we've had in Europe. And the location is excellent, only about 100 m to the city center and main transport hub. Some others in our group had rooms higher up and did not seem bothered by the noise, so would recommend rooms on third floor or above in summer.
We recently enjoyed a relatively short rail holiday in Switzerland booked through the Swiss Travel Centre in London. During eight wonderful days we stayed in three 4* hotels, in Montreux, Interlaken and St.Moritz as well as enjoying first class rail travel. The country is an absolute gem and the locals are rightly proud of it, keep it pristine and take great delight in showing all of the many best bits to visitors. We were bowled over by the friendliness and professionalism displayed by everyone we encountered and, yes, the trains definitely run on time! Our final hotel, in St.Moritz, was just superb as far as we were concerned. The staff were all helpful, the room was great and the food, both in the Acla Restaurant and at breakfast time was excellent. The place was not in the least bit pretentious and had a good atmosphere about it. If you do go try the Aigle Les Murailles white wine from M.Henri Badoux with something appropriate at dinner. Delicious, and, I confess, previously unknown to us. A great example of a team all working together and enjoying what they do. Very well done! Thank you.
My wife and I stayed here for 3 nights as part of group travel. I think that the hotel caters for groups, so the breakfast room can be quite hectic and under resourced. Our room was quite spacious (by European standards) with a very comfortable king bed and great shower (in the bath, but worked very well) and amenities. Our room had windows opening on to the main small square, so my wife said that she was awoken by some late night revellers on one occasion. The staff were very obliging. The main dining room is only available for groups, other than that you have to choose the in-house restaurant, which was quite pricey. There are a few other reasonable dining options close by. The hotel was well situated quite close to the lake and about 15 minutes uphill from the train station. Travellators help with the ascent/descent to the station, but I don't know about dragging a large suitcase (ie 20kg plus) to the hotel. Perhaps the hotel may provide some transfer assistance, as they do in Zermatt. Our luggage was transported so that was welcome. I would recommend this hotel, and the location is certainly far better than those hotels situated on the other side of the lake.
The hotel was nice with lovley views but over priced it was our most expensive night on our tour ( we don't mind paying if it's correct) on checking out only to find we had booked 2 rooms for 1 person which I think was £320 per room the bill was £420 per room... excuse me if am wrong but isn't it more expensive to have one person in a double room as they are charged a supplement not the other way around ? Just left a bad taste as the lady at reception really didn't want to help
Stayed for three nights as part of a tour of the Swiss Alps in summer and thoroughly enjoyed this high-quality, well-appointed hotel. Our room overlooked the lake with the mountains beyond and had a balcony which we greatly enjoyed. Staff were friendly and attentive and the breakfast and dinner were excellent. It was ten-minutes uphill from the rail station, but there are escalators much of the way (and everything in St Moritz is uphill from the station!), and right in the town centre with its shops and facilities, museums and attractions. Thoroughly recommended.
I planned this trip over a year ago and selected this hotel based on TA's reviews. We were placed in room 501, a very nice room with a view overlooking the lake, a nice seating area and adequate bath. We are old and the tub is elevated and a little difficult to negotiate. The location was perfect for my shopping wife on the pedestrian mall area. Problem, it is off season in St. Moritz and many stores are on limited hours in June. Many of the top restaurants are also on holiday. I guess you don't come to a winter destination in the summer. Our room was ready for our early arrival which was a nice touch. My concerns are probably minor, but this is a review. The front desk staff in June try to accommodate, but my language skills are nil. Their English is not up to a high end hotel level dealing with international tourists. We had to sometimes resort to having a second or third person try to understand our wishes. For example, there was no shampoo in the room. I finally took some off the housekeeping cart. The coffee machine had no directions and took a couple of times to figure it out. We requested hair conditioner from the front desk and were told they don't have any. Another trip to the housekeeping cart found some. I hope this confession does not end me up in a Swiss jail. The included breakfast is nice. The egg station is not always manned and requires a request to send out the chef. The signature restaurant is excellent and you will find my review under the restaurant area on TA. The inhouse bar has a phone number posted if you want drink. Somebody has to leave the restaurant to fill your request. There is a pub on the cellar level, also closed for holiday. We were just here in the off season. I will try to improve my planning skills. Give this place your attention in the ski season.
We stayed here with friend and had a lovely short stay. Hotel offers all you need and had very relaxing staff always ready to help the guests. Rooms are on pretty smallish size considering the price charged....or is it all just St Moritz...
- Free buffet breakfast
- Free WiFi in rooms and public areas
- Onsite dining
Schweizerhof Swiss Quality Hotel places you next to Berry Museum and within a 5-minute walk of Engadiner Museum. This 4.5-star hotel has 82 rooms and welcomes guests with 4 restaurants, free in-room WiFi, and a nightclub. It's in the mountains and also a short walk from St. Moritz Leaning Tower and Chesa Futura Building.
Free buffet breakfast is included with your stay. Enjoy dining at Acla, one of 4 onsite restaurants. Savor a meal from the comfort of your room with room service.
Guests can stay connected with free WiFi.
Schweizerhof Swiss Quality Hotel offers a nightclub, a steam room, and a rooftop terrace. If you drive, self parking is CHF 25 per night, and there's also a free train station shuttle. A multilingual staff is on hand to assist with dry cleaning/laundry, concierge services, and luggage storage. Other amenities at this ski hotel include free WiFi in public areas, 5 meeting rooms, and free use of bicycles.
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91% of guests recommend this hotelTotal of 272 reviews