Schweizerhof Swiss Quality Hotel4.5 out of 5.0
Recent guest reviews
Marvellous stay in this belle-epoque stylish hotel, with extraordinary views from its terrazze in the last floor. As all swiss hotel, I found every kind of detail in the cosy room, with a nice view. I enjoyed the breakfast, very complete. The personnel deserves an special mention for being very well-qualified and attentive, I feel very greatfull with them. The hotel offers a shuttle bus service to pick up their guests from St. Moritz Station. Definitly, higly recommended.
Excellent hotel, in the center of the beautiful Swiss alps. Known as the birth city of winter tourism and two Winter Olympics. The people of this city are very friendly and welcoming. On arrival at the station we were picked up by hotel transport. The staff at Schweizerhof hotel were very welcoming and friendly. We were upgraded to our surprise to a room with the view of the absolute stunning St. Moritz Lake. Lovely buffet breakfast and a scrumptious buffet lunch. Surprised to see that being a vegetarian the buffet had quite a few dishes on offer. I am fortunate enough to have visited this serene paradise in the alps summer and winter. Two different seasons each with its own beauty. Summer hikes and winter skiing higher up in the ski resort area are attainable easily by by the Chantarella funicular.
I stayed at the Schweizerhof Hotel for two nights in September as part of a large group on a rail tour of the Alpine region of Europe. The hotel was impressively situated in the centre of St Moritz but my room failed to live up to the initially generated expectation. Situated on the corner of the first floor and directly overlooking the road the room was small with a bathroom contained within a sort of large wooden box which was actually part of the room itself. The door to the bathroom directly faced the entrance to the room from which it was separated by a distance of no more than a few feet. The bathroom door was heavy and only able to be closed by firmly slamming it. The room was only sparsely furnished with a small table, a couple of rather flimsy chairs, and a table lamp which didn’t work. The wall mounted television was small and angled in such a fashion as to make it virtually unwatchable from the twin beds. My bed had a mattress which had clearly suffered from a one sided assault by many heavy people who had sat on it and its surface was angled towards the floor on one side. I succeeded in turning the mattress but this made no improvement to the general discomfort I experienced while attempting to sleep in it. The large dining room was understaffed with only four waitresses employed to serve two large groups of visitors numbering in excess of sixty persons on one of the evenings when we dined there. Consequently the service was very slow. I ordered two glasses of ‘house wine’ in the restaurant and was quite amazed to be charged ten Swiss francs for each glass which was considerably more expensive than the price charged in any other of the hotels in which I stayed during the tour. I suspect that the hotel provides a far better service during the winter sports season than it offers to group tourists visiting during off peak times. On that basis alone I cannot recommend it as providing value for money.
We stayed 3 nights in late spring & enjoyed good weather. The restaurant was good. The room was huge. We did not have a view of the lake, which would be preferable. The staff are most helpful. Central to the town & a short stroll down to the lake. Would be very good during the snow season as well.
Great stay in this beautiful hotel, beautiful room overlooking Lake Granada, clean and immaculate. Great furnishings and lots of special touches, small but adequate balcony. Gorgeous weather during our stay and staff were excellent. Felt very sorry for receptionists who had to work during a very hot period without any air conditioning. Hotel is very conveniently located for the railway station and the town centre. Breakfast was very good, but watch out for the cheeky sparrows if you’re eating outside, don’t leave your food uncovered or unattended. Loved this hotel.
We stayed here as part of a group, the hotel was absolutely beautiful with amazing views over the lake, food was excellent - not always the case when part of a group - and well organised, breakfast were lovely also. Rooms had high ceilings and very quiet Well appointed easy to walk to lake, vernacular, train station etc
We stayed here as part of Great Rail Journeys tour. Staff were very friendly and room was very clean and spacious. Excellent breakfast and evening meals. We arrived late the first night due to a problem with connections but the leader phoned ahead and they very kindly served a hot delicious meal when we arrived. Handy spot for looking around St. Moritz. Not far from a bus stop and if you wanted to walk a short walk to the train station.
This hotel is very central located and has most friendly stuff. The breakfast is very nice and you got a amazing view to the lake. check when staying there to have a lake view room - it is worth! Don't miss to go to the hotels private owned little mountain house called " Clavadatsch Hütte". They offer a shuttle to this place and you gone love it. In walking distance you have all stores, restaurants and sights and a huge garage opposite the hotel you can park your car. I enjoyed my stay over there very much.
We stayed here as part of a Rail Tour, arriving on a very unseasonably hot day, that continued over the next two days. We were concerned as the hotel does not have air conditioning in the rooms, nor in any of the main areas. Our room overlooked the lake on the 4th floor, it was so very welcoming, comfortable had large French windows that we could open for some lovely relief from the heat. It was all we needed to sleep at night. St Moritz is all set up for the winter, I would to see the snow, mountains, and experience that winter lifestyle, I imagine it's a glorious place. We enjoyed everything about the hotel, the staff were friendly and helpful. The meals included in our tour package were very enjoyable, my husband loved the omelette station at breakfast, as did many of the other guests. Our room was cleaned perfectly every day, I cannot remember if we had a small refrigerator, but we must have managed if didn't. It's a good walk from the station but easily done, not sure if I'd say that if we had not had our luggage carried by a carrier. On our free day we woke to rain, thunder, along with a very grey sky, such contrast to the days before, but it made the view out of our window of the Lake & Saint Moritz even more special. The hotel is close to one cable car, which we enjoyed. Then a group of us caught the bus across St Moritz to the highest spot, where we enjoyed another cable car ride, we actually saw Snow!! For all of 30 seconds. Being a Sunday there were no shops open which was a shame, but there is a great shop next door to the hotel, that has terrific souvenirs that we purchased on the Monday morning before we left. Our only criticism would have been around the bar area, you had to ring for service, which got to be annoying if more of our group joined us, plus there were a great number of mix ups with the bar accounts on the first morning, it did improve as I believe the hotel quite possibly missed out on some payments. This is a lovely hotel, we will remember staying here for a very long time.
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.
- 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 288 reviews