St. Moritz is one of the world’s most famous holiday resorts. Chic, elegant and exclusive with a cosmopolitan ambience, it is located at 1,856 metres m (6,089.2 ft) above sea level in the middle of the Upper Engadin lake landscape.
Beautiful Alpine lake scenery, fantastic restaurants, a vibrant culture – what more could you want from a holiday destination? The dry, sparkling “champagne” climate of St Moritz is legendary, and the sun shines for 322 days a year on average.
The valley’s concentration of Gault Millau points quite literally means "Haute Cuisine" on the Top of the World: several of the Engadin’s leading restaurants are located at over 1,800 m (5,905.5 ft) altitude.
Friedrich Nietzsche, Hermann Hesse, Thomas Mann, Rainer Maria Rilke, Ferdinand Hodler, Richard Wagner and Giovanni Segantini. What reads like a "Who’s Who" of leading writers, philosophers and artists of times past is also a list of travellers who came to love the Engadin.
St. Moritz has never had a shortage of those who enjoy a good night out. And with good reason: well-known classic bars, new lounge bars and clubs with an international appeal make high-season nights as bright as day in the Engadin.