As you may be aware, skiing is one of our most coveted passions in life and constantly hitting the road with our skis and our H|H collection is how we like to live our lives. One of the most famous spots we've visited is the incredible St. Moritz in Swizterland.
St. Moritz is famed as one of the most famous ski resorts in the world, chic, sophisticated, and exclusive with a cosmopolitan environment. Are you planning to go skiing in St. Moritz? Here's the ultimate St. Moritz travel guide with everything you need to know when traveling there.
Appenzell to St Moritz
The Appenzell region, which borders Liechtenstein in the country's northeast, is where Switzerland's rustic, folksy heart beats hardest.
Before crossing Liechtenstein, the road passes Säntis mountain, the Churfirsten range's seven wavy limestone peaks, and the picturesque medieval village of Werdenberg. As you travel south to Maienfeld, the mountains become higher and higher. Before driving south to St Moritz, where sky-high mountains offer more thrills, lovely Engadine villages like Guarda and Zernez seduce you into the nature-gone-wild Swiss National Park. A road trip to remember...
Dining in St. Moritz
The Dal Mulin offers a unique and exquisite dining experience. The celebrity chefs will prepare whatever you desire, including a traditional meal as well as international specialties. You'll find anything you want here!
Traditional Swiss and international meals are available at the Suvretta Stube. The service is superb, and the atmosphere is rustic and inviting.
The Mono Restaurant has fantastic traditional food as well as an Italian menu for you to choose from.
If you're looking for a great pizza to fill you up, look no further. This is where you should be! Thin, crunchy pizza bases are topped with a fantastic selection of ingredients that you will like!
Apres Ski in St. Moritz
Schneebar Pirates on The Rocks
You may enjoy the beautiful mountain views while celebrating with other pleasant guests. The atmosphere is constantly lively, and classic après ski tunes will make you forget you're here!
Hauser's Roo Bar
In this warm cellar vault, people of all ages get up and dance, laugh, and sing to the music of après ski! The Roo Bar is usually a good time, and it's worth a visit to one of the best ski resorts!
This serves a great American-style cuisine of burgers, chicken wings, and hot dogs to hungry skiers. You'll be provided with a variety of cold and hot drinks!
Where to Stay in St. Moritz
Suvretta House is with its tennis courts, swimming pool, spa, and three outstanding restaurants. Guests are gradually lulled into a state of pampered tranquility by the tranquil surroundings and exceptional service.
The Kulm is St Moritz's oldest hotel, and its contemporary decor, excellent service, Michelin-starred restaurants, and magnificent spa blend in seamlessly with its opulent surroundings.
Carlton Hotel St. Moritz
With 60 lake-view suites, two fine-dining restaurants, and a spa, this historic five-star hotel overlooks Lake St. Moritz. It's a winter wonderland with its opulent interiors, majestic architecture, and breathtaking views.
What to Do in St Moritz if You Don't Ski
There are numerous spectator events as well as numerous opportunities for hiking, walking, horse-drawn sledge trips, and so on. It's an amazing place to visit and GREAT for people watching.