Returning for the summer season, Badrutt’s Palace Hotel invites guests to savour the summer in St. Moritz, with soaring mountain scenery and bluer-than-blue skies as the backdrop for an array of opulent alpine activities.
Sun-drenched days will be spent soaking in the surroundings at Paradiso Mountain Club & Restaurant, debuting for its first summer season under Badrutt’s Palace Hotel’s management. With an emphasis on sourcing local and focusing on total quality and traceability, Paradiso’s menu is inspired by the invigorating aspects of the mountain lifestyle St. Moritz is known for: an abundance of delicious food and fresh air, and bright sunshine.
From traditional alpine classics with a twist to mountain comfort food, Paradiso’s unmissable culinary moments have been carefully crafted by Badrutt’s Palace Hotel’s talented chefs, Maxime Luvara and Loris Di Santo and are all served with a side of panoramic Alpine views.
Menu highlights include the Paradiso crudité basket to share, Panzanella salad with heirloom tomatoes and apple-cider vinaigrette, Swiss beef tartare with pommes allumettes, and grilled sole fillet with herbs, sautéed asparagus, artichokes and Roseval potatoes.
When it comes to sweet tooth cravings, guests will be delighted to learn of Paradiso’s partnership with the iconic Hotel Sacher in Vienna to offer freshly made Sacher cakes and indulgent Viennese coffee specialities.
Offering added flair and style for visitors to this mountain-side hotspot, Paradiso has also unveiled a unique and exclusive collaboration with iconic hat-maker Borsalino, as well as welcoming the return of the revered Gucci lounge for elevated summer flair and luxury. Those seeking further Engadin excitements can venture to the petanque field on the upper terrace, complete with an instructor and, of course, a pastis or a refreshing glass of rosé never far from reach.
Away from the mountainside and accessible for the first summer season in 30 years to Palace guests, awaits the iconic Tower Penthouse Apartment. Situated in the fresh air and freedom of the Engadin Valley, those looking to welcome summer in style can take up residence in the three-storey hotel suite and drink in unobstructed lake views over spoiling breakfasts.
Showcasing four individually decorated bedrooms, each with a bathroom en-suite, an elegant living room, and two spacious balconies, this is the undeniable hotspot choice for an unforgettable break.
However, St. Moritz summers don’t stop at luxurious long lunches and lofty lakeside views. Whether it is kitesurfing on Lake Silvaplana and sailing on Lake St Moritz, with their ideal conditions and panoramic mountain views, or perhaps discovering some of Switzerland’s most beautiful nature trails by bike or foot, guests of Badrutt’s Palace will delight in the array of outdoor activities accessible on their doorstep.
What’s more, throughout the summer, guests of Badrutt’s Palace will be treated to exclusive access to St. Moritz’s illustrious calendar of events peppered throughout the season. Throughout July, and for its 15th year, the renowned Festival Da Jazz returns with open-air concerts in Lej da Staz and performances in the Palace’s very own Embassy Ballroom. Come 1 August, Badrutt’s Palace will once again celebrate Swiss National Day in St. Moritz style with a lavish gala dinner complete with a Swiss speciality menu and traditional music.
From 22 – 28 August, the most dazzling young athletes in the surfing scene will return to shimmering Silvaplanersee for a not-to-be-missed water sports event, Engadinwind, ensuring there is something for every kind of Palace guest this summer.
To reset and retreat following afternoons enjoying the thrills of Paradiso or alpine adventuring, guests are welcome to seek peace and serenity at the hotel’s Palace Wellness, a hub of rejuvenation and relaxation away from the bustling European beaches with pampering spa treatments.
To book: Summer season rates at Badrutt’s Palace Hotel start from £600 per room per night on a B&B basis. For more information, visit www.badruttspalace.com.
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