Bedrooms: 6 Guests: 11 m²: 900
A magnet for royalty and celebrities alike, alongside the well-heeled ranks of society, St. Moritz must be regarded as one of the most exclusive resorts in the Alps; its glitz and glamour only rivalled by the equally opulent Courchevel 1850.
In the upper regions of the Engadine Valley at an altitude of 1,882m, the resort has been a bastion of Swiss skiing since 1864.
Befitting their lavish surrounds, the ultra-luxury chalets of St Moritz are as desirable as any grandiose chalet across the Alps could be. Fully appointed with all the facilities of a state-of-the-art construction – from chalets with swimming pools to luxury chalets with Jacuzzi – nothing was missed in their design.
Benefitting from world-class private chefs and expertly trained staff, few ultra-luxury chalets are as indulgent as those in St Moritz.
Famed for its ‘champagne climate’, St. Moritz enjoys the rare honour of ‘most bluebird days’ of any European resort –simply put, the sun smiles down on the manicured pistes more often than not.
With the Piz Bernina as your dramatic backdrop – towering above the resort at an altitude of 4,050m – the highest summit in the Eastern Alps is a fitting feature of this most spectacular setting.
Renowned for its plethora of boutiques as much as its accessible ski area, the Swiss playground of St. Moritz more than rivals its high-end French counterparts for sheer indulgence.