Schweizerhof Swiss Quality Hotel4.5 out of 5.0
Recent guest reviews
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...
This hotel is located in the heart of st moritz. The rooms are big and comfortable. We stayed on the lake view room it was great. The breakfast was excellent. Free wi-fi. In april there was only 2 open restaurant and the price were too expensive. One plate of meat 64€. They told us that st moritz is expensive city because all the rich people choose to come here. When you go out from the hotel to the right there is finucular for free you go down and walk around the lake. Shortly if you want to have a nice stay you must stay in this hotel.
The front desk staff & manager were very accommodating & made us feel welcome. When my husband accidentally spilled red wine on my white sweater, the manager offered to send it to the cleaner that night & back the next morning. They suggested dining spots given that we were in off season. The breakfast buffet staff attempted & succeeded in trying to please guests from all different cultures. The omelette station chef was a nice young man & the breakfast bar was all inclusive. I appreciated, that upon request, the dining room manager refilled my aluminum water bottle with crushed ice & water for use during the day upon our excursions. We also enjoyed the sauna & steam room. The single reason I have & reason for not rating a 5 is that they had no fitness facility. However given the steep hills, one can run outside.
We booked a beautiful panorama room (got upgraded to a slightly larger one - thank you!) and arrived to a superbly sunny glistening day in St Moritz so there was nothing more that could be done than sit on the lovely balcony with a bottle of champagne and take in the most spectacular lake and mountain view. We had other plans for dinner but would have liked to try their restaurant Acla - next time! If the quality of breakfast is anything to go by it would be good. The layout of so many wonderful and local treats was very inviting! Loved the nutty croissants and local Engadina hard cheese. Bedroom was very attractive by way of its clean, simple and non fussy design. Would replicate it at home! Very interesting how serene the hotel is. Yes it's the off season ... but we thought because it was so quiet we must be the only ones in the hotel ... yet the breakfast room was completely full! Complimentary mini bar is a nice touch (always love toblerone!!) and the warm reception on arrival extended by the upbeat and friendly staff at breakfast really meant it exceeded expectations.
I visited St Moritz along with my wife and daughter, location was perfect, the staff was very helpful. The hotel had a amazing view to the frozen and the mountains. Picture perfect view I would say from our room
The staff here are excellent and although the rooms are a little dated they are comfortable with stunning views. The breakfast was good and the outdoor cafe great for lunch on a sunny day. The massage was good but far from sumptuous in decor. Really good hotel.
- 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 260 reviews