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A WINTER WORLD 2018/2019 An inspiring winter programme


What could be more delightful than tracing fresh tracks with your skis or snowboard on a freshly prepared piste? The Engadin St. Moritz holiday region welcomes its guests in style with the four large ski areas of Corviglia, Corvatsch, Diavolezza/Lagalb and Zuoz as well as five smaller areas, each with its own special charm. The region has been thrilling snow sports enthusiasts for more than 150 years – after all, St. Moritz is known as the birthplace of winter tourism. Innovation for something new distinguishes Engadin: As of 1 September 2018 in Engadin, a unique pricing structure will apply to purchases of ski passes in the alpine region. As a winter sports visitor, you are looking for innovative, top-quality offers and pricing structures that will provide you with as many benefits as possible. To meet this need, the Engadin mountain railways are introducing a dynamic pricing structure for the 2018/19 winter season called “Snow-Deal” – if you purchase your ski pass up to 15 days before redemption, you will receive discounts of up to 30 percent. Enjoy 88 amazing ski pistes, 3 snow parks and 58 mountain railway facilities as well as access to the many mountain restaurants with their unique sun terraces. Guests who prefer cross-country skiing will enjoy an incomparable variety of trails through the open expanses of the Engadin valley. Highlights include the 42 km (26 mile) marathon course, the delightful route from Zuoz to Zernez, and countless trails across the frozen Engadin lakes and into the beautiful side valleys: all guarantee a magnificent experience. Add the region’s legendary sporting and cultural events and the top-class gastronomic variety on offer, and you have all the ingredients for a uniquely enjoyable stay in Engadin St. Moritz. With us, you’ll find everything for a wonderfully varied and unforgettable winter holiday – whatever your budget, thanks to our attractive package deals.

Gerhard Walter CEO, Engadin St. Moritz Tourismus AG


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St. Moritz St. Moritz is the world’s most glamorous mountain resort, famous also in winter for its superb sports, leisure and relaxation facilities, vibrant cultural life and worldclass events.

Milano (IT)

Monte Disgrazia 3678 m

Piz Bernina 4049 m

Monte Sissone

Piz Glüschaint Piz Roseg 3937 m

Piz Morteratsch 3754 m

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Murtèl 2702 m

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Piz Zupò

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Piz Palü 3900 m

Silvaplana 1815 m

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Corviglia 2486 m

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Piz Grevasalvas

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Marguns 2273 m


Val Bever

Celerina A gondola leads straight from the sunny village, with its wellknown church of San Gian and its typical Engadin houses, up to the world-famous, family-friendly ski area of Corviglia. Silvaplana Located at the foot of the Corvatsch snow sports area and at the heart of the lake-strewn Upper Engadin valley, this lively, trend-setting resort is a paradise for all who love alpine skiing, snowboarding, cross-country skiing and snowkiting. Sils Sils enjoys an idyllic setting between two frozen lakes at the entrance to the Val Fex, and enchants alpine skiers, snowboarders, crosscountry skiers and winter walkers alike.

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Maloja Located by the Maloja Pass, the starting point for the Engadin Ski Marathon makes the ideal holiday resort for cross-country skiers and families. Samedan Attractions in and around the lively capital of the Upper Engadin include the Mineral Baths & Spa, the inviting cross-country ski centre and the children’s ski area above the town.

Chur / Zürich

Bever This fairy-tale Engadin village at the gateway to the idyllic Val Bever is especially popular with families.




St. Moritz Brig Frankfurt



München (280 km)

ENGADIN Friedrichshafen (210 km)



Basel (280 km)



LuganoZürich (120 (200 km)km)

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Innsbruck (190 km)



Bergamo (145 km)

Landquart Chur


Klosters Davos

Milano (175 km) Disentis




Filisur Thusis Maloja


Genève Zermatt




Samedan Pontresina


Vicenza Padova

Poschiavo Tirano

Venezia (430 km)


Lugano (120 km) Lecco

Journey by car Journey by public transport Glacier Express Bernina Express UNESCO World Heritage Albula Bernina Venice – St. Moritz Tour Palm Express (PostBus) Vereina car-transporter rail service


Anfahrt mit dem Auto Anfahrt mit öffentlichen Verkehrsmitteln Glacier Express Bernina Express La Punt Chamues-ch Located UNESCO Welterbe Albula/Bernina Venedig–St. Moritz Tour at the foot Palm of the Albula Pass, this Express (Postauto) picturesqueAutoverlad village Vereina promises

delightful tobogganing, ski touring and snowshoe trekking. Madulain Sleepy Madulain is the smallest village in the Upper Engadin and a paradise for crosscountry skiers and winter walkers. Zuoz Families are especially well catered for in this village full of tradition, with its child-friendly ski area and glorious cross-country ski trails. S-chanf The former stop for muleteers is the finish point of the Engadin Ski Marathon and boasts enchanting cross-country ski trails as well as idyllic winter walking paths. Zernez Zernez is the gateway to the Swiss National Park and home to its fascinating visitor centre. Other attractions include the family pool complex, tobogganing, snowshoeing and boundless cross-country skiing.

Bergamo (145 km) Milano (175 km)

WAYS TO THE ENGADIN By Car Road connections to the Engadin are excellent. From within Switzerland, drive via Chur (over the Julier Pass) or via Klosters (using the car-transporter rail service through the Vereina tunnel; trains run every half hour). From Germany and Austria, you can also travel directly via Landeck. From Italy, the routes lead via the Maloja Pass, Bernina Pass or Ofen Pass. Zurich–St. Moritz 200 km (125 miles), 3 hours Munich–St. Moritz 280 km (175 miles), 4 hours Innsbruck–St. Moritz 190 km (120 miles), 2½ hours Friedrichshafen–St. Moritz 210 km (130 miles), 3 hours Milan–St. Moritz 175 km (110 miles), 3 hours Basel–St. Moritz 280 km (175 miles), 4 hours By train/long-distance bus Travel as far as Chur with the Swiss Federal Railways (SBB) or a long-distance bus operator. Here, change on to the Rhaetian Railway (RhB). The line through the Albula valley into the Engadin, with its spiral tunnels and giddy viaducts, is one of the most scenic in Europe; together with the Bernina line, it was designated a UNESCO World Heritage site in July 2008. The Albula tunnel is now over 110 years old; a new, parallel tunnel is to be excavated over the coming years. By plane Engadin St. Moritz is home to the highest European airport that can accommodate direct international flights. Dedicated customs facilities at Engadin Airport allow for both Schengen and non-Schengen arrivals, permitting direct flights from throughout the Schengen zone and beyond. The introduction of new flight approach procedures will improve planning of arrivals and departures. Airport transfers From Zurich Airport, the comfortable transfer takes about three hours. Various minibus operators offer airport transfers on request to and from the airports of Zurich, Milan Malpensa, Milan Linate, Bergamo and Basel.





St. Moritz


Welcome to a paradise for skiing and snowboarding The ski and snowboard mountains at a glance Panoramic mountains and small ski areas A winter wonderland for families Engadin dimensions in cross-country skiing


A resort in a class of its own Champagne climate Olympia Bob Run Cresta Run Magical St. Moritz Sports with a unique tradition Top Events in St. Moritz

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Mountain adventure


Discover a magnificent mountain world Special excursions



Authentic nature


The wonderful climate of the Engadin The Engadin lakes Sparkling snow crystals White giants: the glaciers of the Engadin


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Engadin lifestyle

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Treats for body and soul Top Events in the Engadin


Hotels, holiday apartments, other accommodation and gourmet restaurants A wide and varied choice of high-qualit y venues to suit ever y budget and requirement.

Website The website offers you all relevant information and booking options for the region at any time, also for smartphone and tablet. /en Apps for Android and iOS eConcierge app With this app, you have all the different information and offers for our mountain destination at your fingertips. /app-en The Engadin in 3D Experience the natural landscapes of the Engadin in 3D – on your screen, tablet or smartphone. The film footage shows the region in all its beaut y: perfect for planning your holiday activities. / 3d-en


Altitude of valley f loor 1,450 –1,800 m (4,757–5,905 ft) Lowest point Zernez 1,450 m (4,757 ft) Highest peak Piz Bernina 4,049 m (13,284 ft) Surface area 998 sq. km (385 sq. miles) Length of valley 57 km (35 miles) from Maloja to Zernez Population Approx. 18,800 Languages Romansh and German; in Maloja, German and Italian Accommodation 155 hotels 1,986 holiday apartments for rent 2 youth hostels 27 group accommodation facilities 4 campsites open in winter Mountain railways, pistes and snow 58 cableways and funiculars, comprising 7 cable cars, 3 funiculars, 1 gondola, 21 chair lifts and 26 ski lifts (including 8 beginners’ lifts)

Pistes 350 km (217 miles) of pistes, 88 runs – of which 20 % are classified as easy, 70 % as intermediate and 10 % as difficult Altitude of snow sports area 1,716 –3,303 m (5,630 –10,837 ft) Mountain and excursion restaurants 74 (including alpine and mountain huts as well as SAC huts), 2 mountain hotels Longest run 10 km (6 miles) glacier run from the Diavolezza to Morteratsch (Switzerland’s longest glacier run) Night skiing 4.2 km (2.6 miles) on the Corvatsch (Switzerland’s longest f loodlit ski run) Moonlit descent 5 km (3 miles) from the top of the Diavolezza down to the valley Snowparks Corviglia, Corvatsch and Zuoz

Cross-countr y skiing Up to 250 km (155 miles) of prepared trails: 248 km (154 miles) skating, 242 km (150 miles) classic, 7 km (4 miles) of prepared f loodlit night trails in Pontresina (skating), St. Moritz (skating) and Zernez (classic)

Toboggan runs 4.2 km (2.6 miles) on Muottas Muragl, with 718 m (2,312 ft) of vertical drop; plus 8 smaller runs. In total, 18 km (11 miles) of runs

Address Engadin St. Moritz Tourismus AG Via San Gian 30 CH-7500 St. Moritz T +41 81 830 00 01 F +41 81 830 00 18 allegra @ /en

Winter walking trails 150 km (93 miles) Gastronomy Approx. 300 restaurants, of which 27 have been awarded GaultMillau points (388 points in all) and 7 have Michelin stars (9 stars in all) Winter season 20 October 2018 –5 May 2019 Climate Plent y of sunny days; superb powder snow


AN UNRIVALLED CHOICE OF TOP-CL ASS WINTER SPORTS. Freeride on the Corvatsch with view of the frozen Engadin lakes

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Corvatsch ski area with view of the Bernina massif

The first winter sports region in GraubĂźnden to open: Diavolezza starts operation on 20 October 2018.

Snow-covered slopes sparkling in the sunshine frame a wide, high valley of bewitching beauty. The Engadin has repeatedly won the coveted ADAC ski guide award for the Alpine ski region with the greatest variety, alongside other honours including the prestigious British Travel Award. At the four large ski areas of Corviglia, Corvatsch, Diavolezza/Lagalb and Zuoz, as well as at five smaller but charming areas, skiers and snowboarders find a total of 88 superb pistes waiting to be explored. Beginners, intermediates and experts alike discover slopes perfectly suited to their ability. Thanks to the high altitude and the modern snowmaking facilities, the whole region is famously snowsure, while the dry climate guarantees superb powder. Throughout the area, 74 mountain and excursion restaurants promise mouth-watering gastronomic variety. Another special attraction of the region is the early start to the season: up on the Diavolezza, snow sports enthusiasts can indulge their passion as early as 20 October 2018.


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Ski and snowboard activities with a difference The mountain railways and cableways of the Engadin offer a wide range of activities on the pistes. For example, Cor vatsch Snow Night on Friday evenings promises a party atmosphere and the chance to tackle the longest floodlit slope in Switzerland – great fun for skiers and snowboarders alike. You can even ski or snowboard all day long without repeating a single run: the Snow Safari offers a panoramic tour of several different ski areas. “Glüna Plaina”, which means “full moon” in Romansh, is a thrilling evening event that starts with a delicious meal at the summit restaurant on the Diavolezza and ends with you gliding down deserted slopes to the valley in the silvery moonlight. White Carpet Corviglia At 7.45am, the cableways swing into action, and as the sun peeps above the snow-capped ridge, you are already gliding up to the heights. Soon after eight, you are standing at the top of freshly prepared pistes, with barely a soul in sight – and all the space in the world to carve the very first tracks down to the valley floor.

As of 1 September a new pricing structure will apply to purchases of ski passes. Instead of the same price being charged ever y day over the entire season, the price for daily and multi-day tickets will var y according to demand on each particular date of validit y. And you can now also inf luence these prices depending on the time you make the booking. Early bookers who purchase their tickets up to 15 days before redemption will now receive discounts of up to 30 percent on their ski passes. The prices will be dynamically determined from CHF 45.– per day.

Corvatsch Snow Night

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THE SKI AND SNOWBOARD MOUNTAINS AT A GL ANCE Corviglia: The mountain overlooking St. Moritz and Celerina is home to one of Switzerland’s classic ski areas. It is easy to reach from all sides: from St. Moritz Dorf on the Chantarella funicular, from St. Moritz Bad on the Signal cable car, from Celerina on the six-seater gondola and from Suvretta by chair lift. Winter sports enthusiasts find superbly prepared pistes, sensational runs and 15 mountain restaurants serving gastronomic treats to suit all tastes. Operation: 24 Nov 2018–7 Apr 2019

Contact Corviglia : Engadin St. Moritz Mountains AG, T +41 81 830 00 00, info @

Diavolezza/Lagalb: The twin ski areas of Diavolezza and Lagalb offer superb views and fabulous, ever-changing runs – including Switzerland’s longest secured glacier descent, the steepest run in Graubünden and numerous variant runs and ski-touring options. Other attractions include four restaurants, a panoramic viewing platform, thrilling full-moon descents and Europe’s highest Jacuzzi. Operation Diavolezza: 20 Oct–23 Nov 2018 and 19 Dec 2018–5 May 2019 Lagalb: 19 Dec 2018 –22 Apr 2019 Contact Diavolezza / Lagalb : Diavolezza Lagalb AG, T +41 81 838 73 73, info @


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Book early and benefit. Early bookers who book their ski passes up to 15 days before redemption will now enjoy discounts of up to 30 percent. Sales commence on 01.09.2018.

Corvatsch/Furtschellas: From Silvaplana-Surlej, an impressive large cable car carries you up to the Corvatsch snow sports area. Highlights include immaculately prepared pistes, one of the largest snowparks in the Alps, the Snow Night, freeride descents and the legendary Hahnensee run. The gastronomic variety is equally impressive, with 10 mountain restaurants to choose from. Operation Corvatsch station : 24 Nov 2018 – 5 May 2019 Furtschellas station : 19 Dec 2018 –31 Mar 2019

Contact Corvatsch Station Surlej : Corvatsch AG, T +41 81 838 73 73, info @ Contact Corvatsch Station Sils : Corvatsch AG, T +41 81 838 73 74, info @

Zuoz: This sunny family ski area is especially beginner-friendly thanks to its spacious and clearly laid-out children’s ski area. Broad and beautifully prepared pistes of all levels of difficulty promise pure winter sports pleasure. The piste GianPlaivSpass and the race piste with automatic speed measurement add to the variety. Three mountain restaurants with magnificent sun terraces and superb views offer gastronomic treats in glorious settings; they also make popular excursion destinations for walkers and tobogganing enthusiasts. Operation : 15 Dec 2018 –24 Mar 2019 Contact Zuoz : Skilifte Zuoz AG, T +41 81 854 15 76, info @

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Morning ride up Muottas Muragl

Details of snow sports schools are available from local tourist information offices and at Ski and snowboard rental from more than 38 sport shops in the valley. Further information: / rentstation

Muottas Muragl The breathtaking views from the Muottas Muragl summit station are a highlight of any visit to the region. The funicular, which is more than 100 years old, carries you up in just ten minutes – until 11pm every evening during the winter season. After a stroll along the panoramic Philosophers’ Trail or a hike along the scenic snowshoe route, the Romantik Hotel Muottas Muragl offers a cosy refreshment stop. This is the first plus-energy hotel in the Alps (which means it produces more energy than it needs itself) and the winner of the Swiss Solar Prize and other prestigious environmental awards. The most memorable way back down is on the twisting toboggan run promising 4.2 km (2.6 miles) of high thrills. Toboggans and snowshoes can be hired at the base station. Operation: 22 December 2018 to 31 March 2019, contact: T +41 81 830 00 00


Maloja–Aela A scenic ski lift brings you to the top of Maloja’s sun-blessed ski area – a favourite among those in the know and particularly popular with powder hounds. The nearby kids’ ski area with beginners’ lift promises fun in the snow for budding champions. Operation : mid-December 2018 to March /April 2019, contact : T +41 81 824 31 20 Pontresina–Languard The small family ski area of Languard has one ski lift, one beginners’ lift and lots of charm. It is an ideal option for families, with its gentle snowy slopes, fun toboggan run and restaurant with sun terrace. Operation : mid-December 2018 to end of March 2019, contact : T +41 81 842 62 55 Samedan–Survih These varied practice slopes are particularly popular with families and ski/snowboard schools. With a long magic carpet and kids’ fun park, this terrain offers the perfect setting for first experiences of winter sports – or for simply playing around in the snow. Operation : mid-December 2018 to March /April 2019, contact : T +41 81 851 00 60

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“Hotel and Ski Pass” Guests staying more than one night at any participating hotel can purchase a Hotel Ski Pass for CHF 38.– per person / day for the duration of their stay. Available throughout the winter season from 20 October 2018 until 5 May 2019. hotelandskipass

La Punt–Müsella With its two child-friendly runs, kids’ snow area with magic carpet and playground, this is the perfect ski area for young holiday guests. Operation : 22 December 2018 to 10 March 2019, contact : T +41 81 854 25 61 S-chanf–Bügls The Bügls beginner lift leads directly up the hill opposite the idyllic village of S-chanf. The ski lift and the simple slope are ideal for first experiences on skis or on a snowboard. Operation : mid-December 2018 to approx. mid-March 2019, contact : T +41 81 854 22 55 Current hours of operation at

“Holiday Apartment with Ski Pass” Holiday home offer including Upper Engadin lift pass, free use of public transport in the Upper Engadin plus final cleaning, bed linen and towels. 3 nights from CHF 540.– Sat, 20 Oct– Sat, 22 Dec 2018 Sat, 05 Jan– Sun, 05 May 2019 / apartment-special “Kinderwelt Pontresina” training area and Swiss Snow Kids Village

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Ski fun for the whole family at the Zuoz ski area

For families, the Engadin St. Moritz region is an enchanting winter playground. A comprehensive range of activities specifically for children guarantees funfilled holidays. Family-friendly hotels offer an especially warm welcome for their younger guests, while the cosy apartments are equipped to meet the needs of visitors of all ages. Wherever families choose to stay, they can be sure to feel at home.


A particularly good deal for families on a ski or snowboard holiday is the Family Card, a lift pass that grants further discounts on the already reduced child rate. Throughout the Engadin, families find a wide range of facilities and services that focus on younger visitors. Highlights include the “Crowland” Corviglia Snowpark with its beginners’ fun slope, the Pontresina Children’s Ski World and the dedicated children’s courses offered by the region’s various snow sports schools. Another venue totally devoted to the needs of children is the delightful Snowli restaurant at the bottom of the Celerina-Marguns gondola in Celerina. The Corvatsch Snowpark promises thrills for all freestyle enthusiasts, from beginner to expert, with a new Fun Ride in addition to the classic features. During the winter season, the venue also hosts national and international competitions. At the Zuoz family ski area, the GianPlaivSpass and the race piste with automatic speed measurement add to the variety. Off the snow, entertaining attractions include the children’s cinema in Sils, which shows popular kids’ films free of charge, and the National Park Centre in Zernez, where the whole family can find out about the fascinating flora and fauna of Switzerland’s only National Park.

Tobogganing The toboggan run from Muottas Muragl promises a very special thrill. Starting at an altitude of 2,456 m (8,058 ft), the route comprises 20 curves and high-speed straights, guaranteeing an exciting and ever-changing ride all the way down to the bottom station of the funicular – a distance of 4.2 km (2.6 miles) and vertical drop of 718 m (2,356 ft). Throughout the valley, the various villages offer opportunities for tobogganing fun.

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Family-friendly Engadin The holiday resorts of Pontresina and Zuoz have both once again been awarded the “Family Destination” quality label by the Swiss Tourism Federation. The whole Engadin offers, in addition to snow sports, an inspiring variety of activities and facilities for families to enjoy together. / families-winter

Details of toboggan runs are available from local tourist information offices and at / tobogganing

Save with the Family Card ! Take advantage of discounts on multi-day mountain railway passes for 3 to 14 days: 30 % reduction for your second child (up to age 17), additional children (up to age 17) free of charge. / familyticket-winter Muottas Muragl toboggan run

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Cross-countr y ski trail on frozen Lake Sils

Cross-countr y trail report, waxing tips, interactive cross-countr y skiing map and lots more can be found at / cross-countr y-skiing

Clip on a pair of narrow cross-country skis to experience an extraordinary sense of freedom as you glide across the endless white expanses of the Engadin. Whether you prefer the elegant classic or more dynamic skating style, you will find that Nordic skiing acquires a new dimension on up to over 250 km (155 miles) of contrasting trails here. No wonder that year after year, around 14,000 cross-country ski enthusiasts come to take part in the world-famous Engadin Ski Marathon. This season, the race takes place on 10 March 2019. Entrants also have the option of a half marathon of 21 km (13 miles) following the same course from Maloja as far as Pontresina. One week before the great gathering, on 3 March 2019, the traditional Women’s Race promises a thrilling contest over 17 km (10.5 miles).


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Alongside the ever-popular marathon course – at 42 km (26 miles), an awesome challenge at any time – highlights include the charming trail from Zuoz to Zernez, delightful itineraries through the side valleys and across the famous frozen Engadin lakes, and the Alp Bondo circuit up at the Bernina Pass. There is also night skiing on floodlit trails. A map showing cross-country ski trails and winter walking paths is available from local tourist information offices and from sales points along the trails. A wide range of activities and services offers plenty of opportunities to improve your technique and scope to plan a season full of variety: everything from lessons in skating or classic technique to preparatory courses for the Engadin Ski Marathon or Women’s Race and a stint of spring skiing to round off an exciting winter.

Details of cross-country ski schools are available from local tourist information offices and at / nordicschool


Nordic Specials If you stay more than one night at a hotel, holiday home or winter campsite, you can also book a discounted ski trail pass including public transport. Also bookable: entry fee for the classicstyle cross-country ski races “La Diagonela” (65 km / 40 miles), “La Pachifica” (30 km / 19 miles), “La Cuorta” (11 km / 7 miles) and other extras. Offer available: Sat, 24 Nov 2018–Mon, 1 Apr 2019 / nordicspecials-en

Dario Cologna at the Engadin Ski Marathon 2017


A FRESH EXPERIENCE OF A WINTER WONDERL AND. Winter walking in the Staz Forest

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Snowshoeing on Muottas Muragl

Winter walking A map showing all the winter walking trails is available from local tourist information offices or online : / winter-hiking-map

Experience the fairy-tale charm of our delightful winter walking trails. The Engadin St. Moritz region has 150 km (93 miles) of winter walking paths and trails waiting to be explored. Cosy cafes and restaurants along the way offer the chance to stop for a welcome rest. On a stroll across the frozen Engadin lakes, you appreciate the vast expanse of the high valley and, especially at sunset, the magical quality of light in the Engadin. The flat winter walking paths from Maloja to Silvaplana and on to St. Moritz are perfect for families – depending on snow conditions, with pushchairs, too. For a particularly picturesque winter walk, follow the path from Sils into the romantic Val Fex, or from Maloja through the snow-blanketed forest to the frozen Lake Cavloccio. Those setting their sights higher can follow the Philosophers’ Trail up on Muottas Muragl. Along this scenic winter walking trail, seats furnished with woollen blankets invite walkers to reflect on the breathtaking beauty of the landscape all around.

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Snowshoe treks With snowshoes on your feet, you are free to explore the pristine forests and snow-blanketed plateaus at your own pace – a magical adventure for anyone seeking tranquillity and adventure off the beaten track. In recent years, Maloja has made a name for itself among enthusiasts as a paradise for snowshoeing, while Madulain offers an idyllic evening snowshoe trek followed by a fondue dinner in a cosy alpine hut.

Snowkiting Snowkiting is like kitesurfing, only on skis or a snowboard. A favourite venue is the frozen Lake Silvaplana, where you glide over the snow pulled by a kite powered by the Maloja wind. Another option is the frozen Lago Bianco up at the Bernina Pass.

Ice climbing The ice climbing gorge in Pontresina and the various frozen waterfalls attract experts and novices to the Engadin from far and wide. The Pontresina Mountaineering School offers a range of courses at all levels.

Ice sports Every village in the Engadin has an ice rink, where locals and visitors can skate, play ice hockey or hold a curling match. Some are also floodlit and open in the evening. Enthusiasts will particularly enjoy two special experiences: skating on the natural ice of frozen Lake St. Moritz and visiting the “Glatschin� adventure ice rink by Plazza Rosatsch in St. Moritz Bad.

Curling on the Roseg ice rink in Pontresina

Madulain Ice Path Ice skating enthusiasts will love this beautiful open-air trail through the meadows along the left bank of the Inn. The light effects on the frozen river, views of the historic village heart and the sense of peace in the valley f loor are enchanting. The path is 1,000 metres (1,100 yards) long and begins at the Madulain works yard, where parking is available. Further details: / ice-path-madulain

Further details of these activities and various all-weather sports are available from local tourist information offices and at / winter-sports

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Rhaetian Railway by the frozen Lago Bianco, Bernina Pass

Rhaetian Railway UNESCO World Heritage Pass Two days’ unlimited travel on all trains between Tirano and Thusis (excluding Bernina Express and Glacier Express), including travel guide, from CHF 56.–. Further information: /unesco-worldheritage

UNESCO World Heritage The “Rhaetian Railway in the Albula/Bernina landscapes” is one of the world’s most spectacular narrow-gauge railway lines and features on UNESCO’s list of World Heritage sites. The Albula and Bernina lines are fine examples of the ingenuity and innovation of the railway pioneers who opened up the high-alpine landscape. Bernina Express From St. Moritz, the train winds in tight bends along walls of snow and past the Bernina massif as it climbs to the Bernina Pass at 2,253 metres above sea level (7,392 ft). From here, the panoramic carriages glide down through the Valposchiavo, a valley full of southerly charm, on their way to the palms of Tirano in Italy. Bernina Glaciers The Bernina Glaciers project offers a chance to experience the full variety of the spectacular glacial landscape of the Bernina region between the Engadin and the Valposchiavo. Three connecting elements – glaciers, energy and time – are the focus of a range of attractions and exciting adventures in nature. Further information:

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Glacier Express Treat yourself to one of the most spectacular of all journeys through the Swiss Alps, from St. Moritz to Zermatt. Along the way, enjoy a freshly prepared lunch served at your seat as you watch the breathtaking mountain scenery glide past the panoramic windows. Alp Grüm full-moon trip The evening begins with a ride in a panoramic carriage of a special train from St. Moritz to Alp Grüm, where drinks and a glacier fondue are served. The trip back through the snowy mountains sparkling in the light of the full moon is bewitchingly beautiful. Excursions by PostBus The picturesque village of Soglio in the Val Bregaglia is one of many charming destinations you can visit in comfort by PostBus. Other scenic options include a trip to the Italian market town of Chiavenna or a ride on the Palm Express along the shores of Lake Como to Lugano. A bird’s-eye view of the Engadin The highest pinnacles of the Eastern Alps seem close enough to touch on a thrilling helicopter ride over the Bernina massif. If you like to feel the wind in your face as you fly, you may prefer a tandem descent by hang-glider or paraglider with a qualified pilot: a gentler experience, but just as memorable. Top tobogganing: Preda/Darlux–Bergün On a world-famous railway to top-class sledging: the Preda/Darlux–Bergün toboggan adventure promises 10 kilometres of pure pleasure. First, riders take the train up the Albula line to Preda before setting off on toboggans towards Bergün. Along the way, the chair lift up to Darlux offers an additional thrill: a steep run all the way down to Bergün.

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Public transport included Guests staying more than one night at a participating hotel or holiday home can use public transport in the Upper Engadin free of charge. For example, 2 nights at a 3-star hotel cost from CHF 220.– per person. / public-transport-included

Rhaetian Railway RhB Railway Station 7500 St. Moritz T +41 81 288 56 40 stmoritz Glacier Express Ltd. Bahnhofplatz 7 3900 Brig T +41 848 642 442 info @ PostBus Switzerland Ltd. Engadin St. Moritz Office 7500 St. Moritz T +41 58 448 35 35 (Mon–Fri, 8am–noon, 2–5.30pm) stmoritz /graubuenden

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Further information: / excursions-winter


THE ENGADIN – A WORLD OF SUBLIME ALPINE BEAUTY. Panoramic view of the Bernina massif from the Diavolezza

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Authentic nature



Fair y-tale winter landscape by the River Inn, near Celerina

The wonderful climate of the Engadin The Engadin’s elevated location, high in the Alps, creates unique weather patterns. Experts refer matter-of-factly to a dry, continental climate. As variations in temperature between day and night are as great as those between summer and winter, conditions for winter sports are superb. The dry cold preserves the freshly fallen snow so that the landscape keeps its white, fairy-tale appearance throughout the winter, and sports enthusiasts enjoy powder conditions rivalled only by those in the Rocky Mountains. All the same, this southerly mountain valley enjoys exceptionally high levels of sunshine.

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The Engadin lakes In winter, the Engadin lakes freeze over and are covered by a thick blanket of snow, creating a vast white expanse that adds to the sense of boundless freedom of this inspiring high valley. These wide-open spaces offer visitors a beautiful setting for walking, cross-country skiing and snowkiting, and provide a dramatic venue for exclusive events such as the spectacular Snow Polo World Cup St. Moritz, the original Cricket on Ice, the legendary White Turf horse races and the traditional Engadin Ski Marathon.

Sparkling snow crystals The combination of low temperatures, dry air and snow makes everything in the Engadin sparkle. On particularly cold, sunny days, the air appears to be full of millions of tiny diamonds, glittering in the sunlight. Unusual phenomena take place on the ground, too – for example, in the Val Trupchun. As the sun rarely reaches the valley floor in winter, snow crystals grow up to 4 centimetres (2 inches) across and glisten magically in the light.

National Park Centre, Zernez Explore, discover and learn in a thrilling and creative setting: at the four interactive exhibition areas of the Swiss National Park’s visitor centre in Zernez, guests experience the endless and enchanting variety of nature in a completely new way. Further information: / national-park-centre

White giants: the glaciers of the Engadin Horse-drawn sleigh rides Among the highlights of the magnificent Engadin landscape are the 173 glaciers. Draped majestically around the highest peaks of the Eastern Alps, they extend for more than 40 square km (15 square miles), making up 4 per cent of the region’s surface area. Crowning them all is the Morteratsch Glacier – at around 6 km (4 miles), the longest in the Engadin. Other glaciers, too – with evocative names such as Roseg, Tschierva, Sella and Pers – bear witness to the power of nature. Hidden under a winter blanket of snow, however, the ice giants are barely discernible. At most, you can make out the odd crevasse, offering a glimpse of the eerie blue interior. Just as intriguing are the ice caves, created in summer when the relatively warm meltwater makes its way out of the glacier. Exploring the ice giants independently, however, is dangerous; anyone seeking to discover the glaciers’ secrets is well advised to book an expert guide.

One of the most relaxing and enjoyable experiences on offer in the Engadin is a romantic ride in a horse-drawn sleigh into one of the idyllic side valleys or along the snow-covered frozen lakes. You can arrange rides directly with the sleigh drivers; local tourist information offices provide full details of the various services on offer. Further information: / excursions-winter

Horse-drawn sleigh ride in the Val Roseg

Further information on the region’s natural treasures: / unspoilt-nature



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St. Moritz



Corviglia ski area with view of St. Moritz

Bob guest rides Bobsleigh rides cost CHF 250.– per person, including helmet rental, transport back to the starting area, certificate with pin badge and welcome drink. Further information: /bob-rides /

St. Moritz is the birthplace of winter tourism; two Olympic Winter Games (in 1928 and 1948) and numerous ski and bobsleigh world championships have sealed its unique global reputation. In winter, St. Moritz’s metropolitan lifestyle and its direct access to the beautiful mountain on its doorstep, Corviglia, promise a ski experience of a very special kind. Champagne climate St. Moritz is also famous worldwide for its “champagne climate” – not a reference to its champagne-drinking guests, but to the sparkling and invigorating climate of the Engadin, which in winter is characterised by exceptionally dry, clear air. Olympia Bob Run, St. Moritz–Celerina The Olympia Bob Run from St. Moritz to Celerina is the oldest bob run in the world – as well as the only natural-ice track that still hosts international races annually. Over a history lasting more than 110 years, it has hosted races for two Olympic Winter Games as well as

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36 world championships. You can find out what it feels like to hurtle down the 1,722-metre (1,883-yard) natural-ice bob run by booking a guest ride with a professional pilot and brakeman, experiencing speeds of up to 135 km/h (84 mph). Cresta Run The legendary Cresta Run in St. Moritz is the birthplace of the sport of skeleton racing. With a length of 1,200 metres (1,300 yards) and 10 corners, the Cresta – like the bob run – is built anew every winter using snow and water. Riders hurtle down it at an average top speed of around 130 km/h (80 mph) – travelling head-first, chin a mere 10 centimetres (4 inches) above the ice. Magical St. Moritz St. Moritz’s impressive Grand Hotels charm guests with their glamorous atmosphere and innovative gourmet cuisine, but hotels in other categories also promise consistently high standards. In addition, numerous fine restaurants crowned with Michelin stars and GaultMillau points serve a wealth of gastronomic treats to please every palate. Stroll around St. Moritz’s shops and you are guaranteed some happy surprises. Elegant designer boutiques, traditional sports suppliers, tempting souvenir and gift shops, and mouth-watering delicatessens all add to the wide variety of shopping on offer in this chic Alpine town. Turn into one of the side alleys and you will find quaint shops where you can pick up genuine Engadin products – and perhaps make the odd lucky find to round off your shopping adventure.

St. Moritz – since 1864 Winter tourism was born in St. Moritz in 1864, when the first British guests spent the winter in the Engadin. The variet y of activities and attractive lifest yle form the basis of a successful tourism sector throughout the region – in particular, superb skiing and a wealth of high-class international events.

The resort’s glittering array of nightspots extends from the historic bars of the grand hotels to fashionable lounge bars, legendary clubs and a wealth of other venues – including the Casino St. Moritz at the Kempinski Grand Hotel des Bains. The Gastro Guide and the Shopping Guide are available from local tourist information offices.

Shopping in the Via Serlas

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St. Moritz



Prepared ice track on Lake St. Moritz

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Glide across a frozen lake and perform a few pirouettes against a dramatic backdrop: a special treat for the whole family that is now possible here in St. Moritz. As soon as the ice surface on frozen Lake St. Moritz has been prepared, members of the public can enjoy skating in this unrivalled setting. A specially prepared circular track is open to enthusiasts. Skates can be hired locally on the lake. The rink is also available for training purposes. You may even meet one of the professional athletes preparing here for the Swiss speed skating championships, which are taking place on the lake in January 2019.

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Glatschin – the ice adventure in St. Moritz Bad Last winter, St. Moritz gained a charming new attraction: the “Glatschin” ice world, which promises a cheerful wintry atmosphere on the Plazza Rosatsch in St. Moritz Bad from December to early March. You can go around the attractive venue with its ice world, market stands and gastro village: a fun outing for all the family. From 6 December to early January, the Christmas market radiates a delightful festive atmosphere that draws locals and visitors alike.

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Cricket on Ice Frozen Lake St. Moritz has provided the original venue for Cricket on Ice since 1989. The unusual terrain creates special challenges for competitors. We explain the details of this fascinating sport in the winter 2018/19 edition of our St. Moritz Magazine. The current winter edition is available here: /magazine

EXTRAVAGANT Gewohntes neu erfinden – etwa ein Pferderennen auf dem zugefrorenen St. Moritzersee

St. Moritz Magazine, winter 2018/19 edition

Return of the Olympic Games Since 2010, young athletes aged between 14 and 18 have been able to gain their first Olympic experiences at the Youth Olympic Games. As with the adult events, these take place every two years, summer games alternating with winter. About 3,500 young competitors take place in the summer games and about 1,100 in the winter games – from all over the world. In 2020, the Youth Olympic Winter Games (YOG) are taking place in Lausanne. St. Moritz is staging the monobob, skeleton, luge and ice skating events, held on the Olympia Bob Run, St. Moritz–Celerina, and on frozen Lake St. Moritz. The Olympic spirit returns once again to St. Moritz for the first time since the games of 1928 and 1948.

Thousands of years of wellness St. Moritz, with its 3,500-yearold tradition of bathing in mineral springs, has been awarded the “Wellness Destination” label by the Swiss Tourism Federation. In addition to the OVAV ERVA Pool, Spa & Sports Centre St. Moritz, and the MTZ Heilbad St. Moritz, numerous hotels offer superb wellness facilities – especially the five-star properties. / wellness-fitness-en

“Cricket on Ice” on Lake St. Moritz

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Ever y winter, the resort stages a busy programme of top-class events. The following highlights are not to be missed:

8 to 9 December 2018 Audi FIS Ski World Cup St. Moritz The world’s finest female alpine skiers compete in two disciplines – Super-G and Parallel Slalom – on St. Moritz’s local mountain Corviglia. 14 to 21 January 2019 61st Concours Hippique on Snow With a variety of trials, team showjumping events and skijoring races, this gathering promises an interesting and varied programme in a relaxed atmosphere. 11 to 19 January 2019 26th St. Moritz Gourmet Festival For nine days, the Engadin celebrates gastronomic wizardry at the St. Moritz Gourmet Festival, which has enjoyed cult status for more than a quarter of a century. Top-class international guest chefs appear alongside award-winning star chefs of partner hotels to delight gourmets at around 40 different events. 17 to 18 January 2019 16th WinterRAID – White Star of St. Moritz Vintage car rally with a difference – in the heart of winter.

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22 to 27 January 2019 IBSF World Cup Bobsleigh and Skeleton on the Olympia Bob Run, St. Moritz–Celerina The world’s elite bobsleigh and skeleton athletes compete on the only natural-ice bob run on the international racing circuit. 25 to 27 January 2019 Snow Polo World Cup St. Moritz The finest exponents of the world’s oldest team sport show off their dazzling horsemanship as they compete at this legendary tournament held on the frozen surface of Lake St. Moritz. 3, 10 and 17 February 2019 White Turf St. Moritz – “International Horse Races since 1907” This dazzling equestrian event held on the frozen Lake St. Moritz has long been the social highlight of the winter season. Action and thrills are guaranteed at the flat races, harness races, including the 80th anniversary edition of the “LONGINES Grand Prix of St. Moritz”, and the exclusive skijoring races. 7 to 11 February 2019 NOMAD ST. MORITZ NOMAD revisits the classic idea of fairs and exhibitions to innovate a new format for the xxi century. A travelling event for collectable design, NOMAD brings together a selection of the world’s leading galleries in incredible architectural locations. 14 to 16 February 2019 Cricket on Ice Cricket on Ice in St. Moritz offers an atmospheric experience that draws international players and business people from all over the world. 16 February 2019 Grand National on the Cresta Run The Grand National is the climax of the Cresta Run season. The race has taken place every year outside wartime since the run was created and sees top riders achieve breathtaking speeds. 23 to 24 February 2019 St. Moritz Ice Cricket Once again legends of the cricket world step onto the snow to give a new spin to the game in a sparkling setting. The “cricket pitch” is a carpet of artificial grass laid out on the perfectly prepared snow field and provides the venue for two T20 games.

Olympia Bob Run, St. Moritz– Celerina

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WELLNESS, GASTRONOMY, CULTURE AND SPECIAL EVENTS. More than 30 restaurant sun terraces promise relaxation in st yle, as at “el paradiso”, pictured below

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OVAV ERVA Pool, Spa & Sports Centre St. Moritz

Spas and swimming pools Santasana St. Moritz Out-patient cardiac rehabilitation and prevention programme with regional team of doctors, Zurich Universit y Hospital, MTZ Heilbad, Klinik Gut and through St. Moritz hotels.

Wellness Discover the variety of top-class facilities and pampering treatments on offer at the region’s attractive public spas and pools: a relaxing, refreshing and invigorating alternative holiday option, whatever the weather. Many hotels also open the doors of their spas to non-residents. OVAVERVA Pool, Spa & Sports Centre St. Moritz Facilities at the OVAVERVA Pool, Spa & Sports Centre include various indoor swimming pools (sports, diving, paddling, beginners’ and outdoor pools), fun tower with slides, spa with saunas and treatment rooms, gym, outdoor sports centre and the bistro with terrace.

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MTZ Heilbad St. Moritz Medical spa offering physiotherapy and sports physiotherapy, massages, hot stone therapy, natural mud packs, carbonated mineral water baths and more – in a nutshell, pure relaxation for mind, body and soul.

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Bellavita Pool and Spa, Pontresina Visitors of all ages love Bellavita: attractions include the 75-metre (250 ft) Black Hole water slide, a water playground and the spa area with saunas, steam bath, massage facilities and heated outdoor pool. Samedan Mineral Baths & Spa Enjoy a sensuous bathing experience at this spa with its own mineral springs. Features include a mountain bath, whirlpool bath, hot bath, herbal bath and hot steam bath, as well as a roof bath with views of the beautiful mountain scenery. Family Pool, Zernez Fun for all the family: highlights include a 25-metre (82 ft) sports pool, 1-metre (3 ft) diving board, children’s pool with dolphin slide, outdoor whirlpool bath with underwater massage jets and fast-current channel, and much more.

Gourmet pleasures at the highest level The Engadin St. Moritz region is home to a strikingly inventive and varied gastronomic scene. Here, too, you will encounter the contrasts that are so characteristic of the region. At typical Engadin restaurants, with their elegant rustic charm, menus feature local specialities such as capuns (chard-wrapped dumplings), pizokels (buckwheat pasta), plain in pigna (baked potato hash browns with bacon), maluns (slow-fried potatoes with herb butter) and Zuozer Krautsuppe (Zuoz cabbage soup). For world-class international or classical cuisine, head to one of the many exclusive restaurants crowned with GaultMillau points or Michelin stars, which are particularly abundant in the valley. The restaurants of the top hotels also serve gourmet delights to the very highest standards.

On the terrace of the Berghaus Diavolezza

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During the 2018 /19 winter season, the Engadin St. Moritz region once again regularly stages inspiring, world-class sports and cultural events. Here is an overview of the busy and varied programme, with just some of the highlights you should not miss.

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Programme subject to alteration.

1 to 2 December 2018 Snowsports Opening A chance to test the latest ski models on the slopes of the Corviglia. 28 to 30 December 2018 SINFONIA 2018, Pontresina, Zuoz, Sils, Celerina The top-class musicians of the Engadin Symphony Orchestra team up with a renowned soloist to deliver a series of polished classical concerts, promising performances of rare insight and beauty. 18 to 20 January 2019 14th Out of the Blue’s Festival, Samedan Expect a unique atmosphere at two thrilling blues concerts in original settings in Samedan – the Engadiner Lehrwerkstatt and the A. Freund workshops – and at the legendary Messa-Blues on Sunday morning. 19 January 2019 La Diagonela This classic-style cross-country ski race, part of the Ski Classics series, comes to the Engadin for the fifth time. Top athletes and amateurs compete on a scenic route of 65 km (40 miles). Start and finish: Zuoz.

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26 to 27 January 2019 Engadin Snow Golf Cup by Maserati, Silvaplana No greens or white balls at this golf tournament: instead, “whites” and colourful balls, not to mention snow and wind, all feature in the beautiful wintry setting of Silvaplana. 1 to 3 February 2019 Engadinsnow, Silvaplana Top freeskiers and snowboarders promise a sensational display of freeriding on the notorious north face of the Corvatsch. 1 to 2 March 2019 FIS Freeski World Cup Corvatsch, Silvaplana About 130 athletes from all over the world ride, leap and slide down the spectacular slopestyle course. The world’s finest freeskiers promise an exciting show with dazzling acrobatic tricks. 3 to 10 March 2019 Engadin Marathon Week Ladies first: the Engadin Marathon Week launches with the “Frauenlauf” women’s race on Sunday, 3 March 2019. This cross-country ski contest leads for 17 km (10.5 miles) from Samedan to S-chanf. Moonlight, torches and candles create a magical atmosphere at the 3rd edition of the Engadin Night Race from Sils to Pontresina on Thursday, 7 March 2019. The 39th Night Sprint leads straight through the Marathon Village in St. Moritz Bad on Friday, 8 March 2019 from 6pm. This thrilling race attracts top-level competitors and provides the perfect prelude to the climax of the week on Sunday. The Engadin Ski Marathon on 10 March 2019 (51st edition) is the highlight of the Marathon Week. This hugely popular open cross-country ski race takes place over the classic marathon distance of 42 km (26 miles) from Maloja to S-chanf. Entrants can also choose to compete in just a half marathon of 21 km (13 miles) along the original route from Maloja as far as Pontresina.

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Cultural trip into the past The Engadin is home to an impressive number of museums that explore the region’s histor y and follow the trail of famous writers and artists – such as the Nietzsche House in Sils Maria and the Segantini Museum in St. Moritz. Also worth visiting are the Engadin Museum and the Berr y Museum in St. Moritz, the Museum Alpin in Pontresina, the Andrea Robbi Museum in Sils Maria, the Caferama Coffee Museum in Zuoz and the Mili Weber House. / museums

An insight into Engadin life The valley’s charming villages, each with a heart of historical houses built in traditional Engadin st yle, are well worth exploring. Join a guided tour to discover the local histor y, traditions and customs, and to find out about the local Romansh language. /culture

Chalandamarz, an Engadin tradition – on 1 March ever y year

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Hotels and accommodation





A wide and varied choice of high-qualit y accommodation to suit ever y budget and requirement. 44 50 54 56 58 61 63 65 67 68 69 71 72

St. Moritz Pontresina Celerina Silvaplana Sils Maloja Samedan Bever La Punt Chamues-ch Madulain Zuoz S-chanf Zernez

World-class cuisine The 13 resorts are home to more than 300 restaurants of which 27 boast a total of 388 GaultMillau points and 9 Michelin stars.


Holiday apartments Around 2,000 comfortable, furnished and wellequipped holiday apartments are available to rent in the 13 resorts.


Private lodgings and group accommodation


Campsites and mountain huts


Terms of contract and conditions of travel

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The eConcierge at your service You can book tailor-made holidays directly thanks to the eConcierge or shopping basket. Would you like to book a hotel room or holiday apartment, snow sports tuition or equipment hire or any of a number of other services directly? Nothing could be easier: just use the shopping basket on the Engadin St. Moritz website, also known as the eConcierge. Just go to, and you’re ready to begin. 1. Search for a hotel/holiday apartment 2. Select a hotel/holiday apartment 3. Choose a room and make a reservation 4. Continue shopping or complete your booking T +41 81 830 00 01

Book a hotel or holiday apartment online in 4 easy steps Find your ideal holiday accommodation and book it online in 4 quick and easy steps! For hotels, see; for holiday apartments, see T +41 81 830 00 01

eConcierge app All offers and information on the many contrasting facets of our mountain destination are always at your fingertips with this handy app. /app-en

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– from World Cup ski races and the Gourmet Festival to the international horse races and the polo tournament on frozen Lake St. Moritz. The shopping is famously seductive, notably along Via Serlas, while close by, guests find all kinds of local specialities such as the delicious Engadin walnut cake. Of course, the quality of winter sports on offer in St. Moritz is also superb – from the local mountain, the Corviglia, with its 100 kilometres (62 miles) of pistes, to the legendary Cresta Run and the world’s only natural-ice bob run that hosts World Cup races annually. No wonder St. Moritz has been entrusted with staging no fewer than five FIS Alpine World Ski Championships – most recently in February 2017 – as well as two Olympic Winter Games (in 1928 and 1948).

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BA DRUTT’S PA L ACE HOTEL Set in the heart of St. Moritz amidst spectacular scenery since 1896, Badrutt’s Palace Hotel has been an emblem of the resort, a pioneer spirit in winter sports and a symbol of luxury in the Engadin. Via Serlas 27, 7500 St. Moritz, T +41 81 837 11 00 reservations @,

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This luxurious boutique hotel with 60 individual junior suites and suites, including the Carlton Penthouse, offers sensational views of Lake St. Moritz, the Swiss Alps and St. Moritz itself.

Price: junior Suite from 910 Children: up to 11 years free, 12 years and over 350

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Management: Konstantin Zeuke

Dating from 1864, this historical hotel promises grand style and an ideal location by the cable car. Enjoy elegant rooms, award-winning restaurants and an Alpine spa fed by the healthy Mauritius spring water.

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K ULM HOTEL ST. MORITZ A tradition of hospitality dating back to 1856, combined with all the comforts of a modern-day luxury hotel. Tastefully decorated rooms and suites, virtuoso cuisine, redesigned spa and own ice rink. Via Veglia 18, 7500 St. Moritz, T +41 81 836 80 00 reservations @,

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Management: Heinz E. and Jenny Hunkeler December up to March Price: DR 313–890 pp/BB Supplements: SR price on request, HB 25 Children: price on request

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Peaceful location right by the pistes, ski-in/ski-out. Spectacular views. 2 restaurants and 2 mountain restaurants, conference rooms, crèche, spa, hairdresser’s, boutiques, ski shop, ski school. Via Chasellas 1, 7500 St. Moritz, T +41 81 836 36 36 info @,

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Price: DR 245 pp/BB Supplements: SR 145, HB 125 Children: up to 6 years free, 7–11 years 110, 12 years and over 220

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Management: Franz Leder

A gem in the heart of St. Moritz. Enjoy casual luxury in our rooms furnished in pine, at the Restaurant Grissini and Piano Bar, and at the newly renovated Crystal Wellfit beauty, fitness and wellness centre.

December up to April Price: DR 195–355 pp/BB Supplements: 79 for a 3-course gourmet menu Children: up to 12 years 50, 12 years and over 100

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Management: Ernesto Martinez

Ideal location for skiing, cross-country skiing and local transport opposite the Signal cable car. Wellness area, admission to OVAVERVA included. 6 restaurants with “dine around”.

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Management: Lukas Habersaat

4-star superior hotel, centrally located and open year round, with superb views of Lake St. Moritz. Sophisticated cuisine at the Acla restaurant and up at Clavadatsch, various bars with live music.

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Management: Dominik Zurbrügg

In the heart of St. Moritz, in the pedestrian area, 3 minutes’ walk from the Corviglia funicular. Exclusive spa with roof terrace and panoramic views of the lake and mountains. Restaurant MONO, serving Italian-Mediterranean cuisine.

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Management: Pia Jehle-Degiacomi

Tradition, charm, comfort and Alpine chic all come together at the Unique Hotel Eden with its cosy Engadin style. Peaceful location in the pedestrian zone with mountain views, just a few minutes’ walk from lifts.

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OVAVERVA spa and indoor pool, 30 metres from the hotel, included for our guests.

December up to April Price: DR 99–159 pp/BB Supplements: SR 30, HB 30 Children: up to 5 years free, 6–15 years 60

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Management: Daniela and Francesca Märky

In the heart of St. Moritz stands the Steffani, four minutes’ walk from the lake and funicular. Guests find all they need for a perfect holiday: 57 rooms, 5 suites, 3 restaurants, 3 bars, Pool & Spa.

open all year Price: DR 155–300 pp/BB Supplements: SR 50–155, HB 50 Children: 0–6 years free, 7–12 years 50, 13–15 years 80

Via Traunter Plazzas 6, 7500 St. Moritz, T +41 81 836 96 96 info @ stef, www.stef

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Management: Sandro Bernasconi

The Waldhaus am See is one of the finest 3-star hotels in Switzerland. It stands in a peaceful location by Lake St. Moritz and offers glorious views of the spectacular mountain scenery all around.

open all year

Via Dimlej 6, 7500 St. Moritz, T +41 81 836 60 00 info @,

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Close to ski pistes, cross-country trails, winter walking paths and lake. Cultural programme. Spa/beauty area with views. Restaurants: buffet, Thai, pizzeria, fondue/raclette, brasserie, Japanese, take-away, cellar bar. Via Tegiatscha 17, 7500 St. Moritz, T +41 81 836 00 00 info,

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Price: DR 110–220 pp/BB Supplements: HB 35 Children: up to 2 years free Discount: 3–5 years 80%, 6–12 years 60%, 13–16 years 40%

Management: Christoph Schlatter open all year Price: DR 150–220 pp/BB Supplements: SR 40–50, “dine around” Children: up to 5 years free, 6–15 years 50%


Management: Silvia Degiacomi

Traditional 3-star family hotel with indoor pool and own car park. Sunny, quiet location by the start of the bob and skeleton run, beside the 9-hole golf course of the Kulm Park (summer), five minutes’ walk from the town centre.

open the whole winter season

Via Maistra 50, 7500 St. Moritz, T +41 81 830 84 00 baeren@,

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Price: DR 150–300 pp/BB Supplements: SR 10–20, HB from 10 persons on request Children: up to 2 years free Discount: 3–6 years 50%, 7–15 years 30%

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HOTEL CERV US Ski-in/ski-out hotel at a very peaceful location. Spacious double rooms and suites with a cosy pine décor. Swimming pool with wellness area. The perfect base at any time of year, ideally situated. Via G. Segantini 32, 7500 St. Moritz, T +41 81 385 00 00 info @,

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Management: Beat and Sandra Buf f-Denoth December up to April Price: DR 170–360 pp/BB Supplements: SR 40–180 Children: up to 5 years free, 6-12 years 50, 13-15 years 65, 16 years and over 122


Management: Daniela Aerni-Bonetti

Small family business in the heart of St. Moritz Bad, run with a personal, welcoming touch. Cosy rooms furnished in hand-carved pine, excellent cuisine. Close to the ski lifts and sport and leisure facilities.

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Via Tegiatscha 1, 7500 St. Moritz, T +41 81 837 57 57 info @,

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Management: Markus, Marinda, Nicolas and Nina Hauser

In the heart of St. Moritz Dorf, with an in-house confectioner’s, large sun terrace and après-ski bar. All rooms newly renovated and furnished in larch and pine, Internet TV, free WiFi, own parking.

open all year

Via Traunter Plazzas 7, 7500 St. Moritz, T +41 81 837 50 50 relax@,

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Price: DR 140–210 pp/BB Supplements: SR 20–60, HB 48 Children: up to 4 years free Discount: 5–12 years 40%, 13 years and over 30%. Only 1 child in parents’ room (no 4-bed rooms available)

Price: DR from 125 pp/BB, SR from 139 pp/BB Supplements: HB 35–39 Children: up to 6 years free, 7-12 years 40, 13 years and over 100


Management: Claudia Wohlwend

Welcoming 3-star hotel in Engadin style. Centrally located, ideal for sports enthusiasts and families. Cosy rooms with panoramic views. Buffet breakfast with regional products. Free parking.

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Via Veglia 14, 7500 St. Moritz, T +41 81 833 31 37 hotel,

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Price: DR 100–220 pp/BB Supplements: SR 45-95 Children: up to 5 years free, 6–11 years 50, 12–17 years 80

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Management: Barbara Baumeler

The hotel is situated beside the Signal cable car; you can ski right to the doorstep. Comfortable rooms in Swiss stone pine; free WiFi. Guests may use the spa in the partner hotel, San Gian, free of charge.

mid-December up to mid-April

Via Crasta 3, 7500 St. Moritz, T +41 81 833 05 75 info @,

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HOTEL PIZ ST. MORITZ This modern hotel enjoys a central location in St. Moritz Bad, close to the heart of the resort. The spacious rooms with their refreshing design offer every comfort to meet the needs of today’s guests. Via dal Bagn 6, 7500 St. Moritz, T +41 81 832 11 11 info @,

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Our property enjoys one of the most beautiful locations in St. Moritz, set in the idyllic Engadin landscape with superb views of the mountains and lakes. Directly on the pistes and winter walking paths, yet blissfully quiet. Via Curtins 2, 7500 St. Moritz, T +41 81 830 83 83 willkommen@,

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Management: Tiziana and Patrick Schraemli open all year Price: DR 100–170 pp/BB Supplements: SR 30–40 Children: up to 3 years free, 4–16 years 50–95

Management: Stephan Amsler and Isabella Scheuermann 06.12.18 – 07.04.19 Price: DR from 95 pp/BB Supplements: SR from 15, HB 40 Children: under 4 years free

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R A NDOLINS FA MILIENRESORT The Randolins Family Resort, just outside St. Moritz, delights guests of all ages. The chair lift, just 300 m away, brings you directly to the Corviglia ski area. Family rooms, studio and suite. Via Curtins 2, 7500 St. Moritz, T +41 81 830 83 83 willkommen@,

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Price: DR 100–195 pp/BB Supplements: SR 45, HB 35 Children: up to 5 years free Discount: 6–11 years 50%, 12–16 years 30%


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The Salastrains stands on a high, sunny plateau above St. Moritz in the heart of the famous Corviglia ski area. Enjoy lunch on the beautiful scenic terrace and dinner in the typical pine-panelled restaurant. Via Salastrains 12, 7500 St. Moritz, T +41 81 830 07 07 info @,

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Management: Fabian K leger end of November up to beginning of April Price: DR 110–210 pp/BB Supplements: SR 15–50, HB 45 Children: up to 6 years free

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Management: Urs Degiacomi

A warm welcome and charming hospitality create an informal atmosphere in which guests quickly feel at home. The hotel enjoys unhindered views of the lake and mountains.

16.12.18 –31.03.19

Via Somplaz 17, 7500 St. Moritz, T +41 81 830 85 00 info @,

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Management: Maja Bonetti

This 3-star, non-smoking hotel in St. Moritz offers glorious views of the Corviglia ski pistes. Ideal base for all kinds of winter sports. Free parking and WiFi. Bus stop in front of the hotel.

open all year (restaurant closed early April to mid-June)

Via Sela 11, 7500 St. Moritz, T +41 81 838 59 59 hotel @,

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Price: DR 120–155 pp/BB Supplements: SR 20–50 Children: up to 1 year 25 in a baby cot, 2–12 years 45 in an extra bed


Management: Lubica Vacvalova

This small hotel is located in the centre of St. Moritz, steps from the Corviglia funicular and in the heart of the resort’s nightlife. Every room has a story to tell and is reminiscent of a different part of the world.

beginning of December up to Easter

Via Tinus 7, 7500 St. Moritz, T +41 81 837 58 58 hotel @,

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Price: DR 115–150 pp/BB Supplements: SR 30 Children: price on request

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Modern hotel, peaceful location, close to the cable car. Relaxed, allinclusive club atmosphere. 2 restaurants (2 more on slopes), 2 bars, boutique, photographer, pool, sauna, hammam, gym and nightclub.

Price: DR 215–330 pp all-inclusive Supplements: SR 30–100 % Children: up to 4 years free

Via Tegiatscha 21, 7500 St. Moritz, T +41 81 833 23 23 smrccrec01@,

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Management: Maja Bonetti

This guesthouse in St. Moritz Bad offers rooms with en-suite bathrooms as well as simple, inexpensive bedrooms and dormitory accommodation. Reception, breakfast and meals in the Hotel Sonne. Free parking and WiFi.

open all year

Via Sela 11, 7500 St. Moritz, T +41 81 838 59 59 hotel @,

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Relaxing is easy at the Europa. The gorgeous views and the particularly peaceful setting at the southern corner of the buzzing international resort of St. Moritz make every day of your holiday a memorable experience. Via Suot Chesas 9, 7512 St. Moritz-Champf èr, T +41 81 839 55 55 info @ ,

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Price: DR 75–120 pp/BB Supplements: SR 10–15 Children: price on request

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Management: Luis Marques beginning of December up to beginning of April Price: DR from 118.40 pp/BB Supplements: SR 10–20, HB 46 Children: up to 5 years free, 6–11 years 50%


Management: Raimund Kirchleitner

Perfectly located for all skiing, snowboarding and cross-country skiing enthusiasts, the Kempinski Residences promise the ultimate in comfort and privacy with all the conveniences of a 5-star hotel.

open all year

Via Mezdi 35, 7500 St. Moritz, T +41 81 833 30 63 info @,

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The hostel enjoys a glorious mountain setting, right by the pistes and winter walking trails yet blissfully quiet. Simple, good-value 2-, 3- and 4-bed rooms with shared shower/WC. Breakfast at the Berghotel Randolins. Hostel by Randolins, Via Curtins 2, 7500 St. Moritz, T +41 81 830 83 83,

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Inexpensive hotel in St. Moritz Bad, ideal for outdoor activity fans, families, dog lovers and independent travellers. Relaxed, unfussy and cosy atmosphere. Simple hotel rooms or exclusive apartments; free WiFi. Via Surpunt 58, 7500 St. Moritz, T +41 81 833 69 48 info @,


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Engadin Art Nouveau villa with 17 individual rooms and gorgeous views. Peaceful, idyllic location 2 km (1¼ miles) outside St. Moritz. Half board, family-friendly, ideal for outdoor activities and relaxation. Via Somplaz 47, 7500 St. Moritz, T +41 81 833 65 88 spuondas @,

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Management: Max Heussi, David Walter open all year Price: DR 59–99 pp/BB Supplements: SR 20–75, HB 24, FB 39 Children: up to 5 years free, 6–11 years 50%, 12 years and over 100%

Management: Claudia Mayor December up to mid-April Price: DR 110–160 pp/BB Supplements: SR 20–40% extra, HB 25–35 Children: up to 2 years free, 3–5 years 45, 6–11 years 65, 12 years and more 110 (each incl. HB)


Management: Prisca Previtali

Comfortable holiday hotel with a truly special atmosphere. Very central position; bus stop in front of the hotel. Fine restaurant specialising in home-made pasta dishes and meat cooked on a charcoal grill.

open all year

Via dal Bagn 11, 7500 St. Moritz, T +41 81 833 40 09, F +41 81 833 37 41,

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The ideal budget accommodation for groups and individual travellers who appreciate good value and tried-and-tested key facilities. Convenient location right beside the Signal cable car.

Price: DR 90, SR 110, triple room 80 Supplements: HB 20 Children: up to 6 years free, 6–16 years 50%

Via San Gian 34, 7500 St. Moritz, Tel. +41 81 833 17 67,,

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Management: Roland Fischer

St. Moritz Youth Hostel makes an ideal base for all kinds of activities at any time of year. Located at the edge of the St. Moritz forest, the stylishly renovated facility offers an open and unfussy welcome.

open all year

Via Surpunt 60, 7500 St. Moritz, T +41 81 836 61 11, /st.moritz

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CHESA A LBRIS – PRI VATE ROOM Simple double room with shared bathroom. Lounge, TV, fridge, minibar, kettle (free tea and coffee), microwave, balcony with seating. Located at the edge of the forest, 1 minute from bus stop. Via Surpunt 55, 7500 St. Moritz, Tel. 081 833 54 65,


Price: from 55.50, shared rooms from 44.50 Supplements: SR 40–50, HB 18.50 Children: 2–5 years 15, 6–12 years 25


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Management: Lin and Andrea Bolliger open all year Price: DR 44–55 pp/BB Supplements: SR 10–15 Children: free in parents’ room

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Pontresina Tourist Information

Pure pleasure high in the Alps … This historical Engadin village enjoys a sunny, sheltered and picturesque location,

CH-7504 Pontresina

dramatically framed by the Piz Bernina, Piz Palü, Piz Roseg and Piz Languard. This is a tranquil place, one of wintry

T +41 81 838 83 00

delights and gastronomic treats. The variety of winter sports terrain is superb, with glorious panoramic pistes and

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glacier runs for leisure skiers, challenging descents for experts, gentle and sunny slopes for beginners, and vast,

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ing enthusiasts and winter walkers, too, find a superlative choice of trails. Pontresina has also won the coveted


“Family Destination” seal of quality, awarded to resorts that focus on the needs and wishes of children and their accompanying adults: the guarantee of successful family holidays, from start to finish. The high altitude enables further pleasures that elsewhere would be an impossible luxury: from ice climbing on giant icicles to snowkiting on the frozen Lago Bianco and ice skating, curling and ice hockey on natural ice rinks. Afterwards, relax at the Bellavita Pool and Spa or dine at one of the GaultMillau-rated restaurants in the top-quality local hotels with their pine-panelled dining rooms. Add a concert or a play at the Rondo convention and cultural centre, and you have a perfect evening: pure holiday pleasure.


Management: Marc Eichenberger

One of the most architecturally important hotels in the Alps, with fabulous glacier views, large spa (over 2,000 sq. m / 21,000 sq. ft), kids’ club, natural ice rink and Kronenstübli gourmet restaurant.

December up to March

Via Maistra 130, 7504 Pontresina, T +41 81 830 30 30 info @,

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HOTEL SA R ATZ The Hotel Saratz is elegant yet informal, modern yet charming – and with its blend of old and new, it exudes one thing above all: atmosphere. Warm hospitality for unforgettable holidays. Via da la Staziun 2, 7504 Pontresina, T +41 81 839 40 00 front @,

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Management: Y. Urban Scherer and M. Scherer 01.06.18 –31.03.19 Price: DR 163.10–273.10 pp/BB Supplements: SR 85–195, HB 75 Children: price on request

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HOTEL WA LTHER REL A IS & CH ÂTE AU X Stylishly refurbished, family-run hotel, member of Relais & Châteaux. Bar, smokers’ lounge, “Aqua Viva” spa, “La Stüva” gourmet restaurant, children’s play area, underground parking. Via Maistra 215, 7504 Pontresina, T +41 81 839 36 36 info @,

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Price: DR 245–420 pp/BB, SR from 345 pp/BB Supplements: HB 25 Children: price on request, attractive offers for families available


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Management: Thomas and Anne-Rose Walther December up to April Price: DR 180–365 pp/BB Supplements: SR 45–65, HB 65 Children: up to 2 years free, 3–5 years 40, 6–12 years 60, 13–15 years 75

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Management: Ralph Münch

Relax among friends and eat well in a fabulous mountain setting – that’s the essence of holidays at the Rosatsch. The hotel consists of the Stammhaus*** (main building) and Residence**** (annex).

beginning of December up to end of March

Via Maistra 157, 7504 Pontresina, T +41 81 838 98 00 info @,

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Price: DR from 148.50 pp/BB Supplements: SR 65% from DR, HB from 45 Children: up to 5 years free, 6 years and over 40


Management: Daniela Durante

This new member of the JSH Hotels Collection is an enchanting castle built at the end of the 19 th century, with views of the wild and beautiful Val Roseg and the glaciers of the Bernina massif.

December up to beginning of April

Via Maistra 94, 7504 Pontresina, T +41 81 839 35 55 info @,

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Management: Regina Amberger

HOTEL A LLEGR A Modern holiday hotel in the centre of Pontresina, views of Val Roseg and Val Languard. Generous breakfast, bathrobe-access to Bellavita Pool and Spa, cosy hotel bar and lounge, WiFi, ski room. Via Maistra 171, 7504 Pontresina, T +41 81 838 99 00 info @,

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HOTEL PA LÜ The ideal hotel for guests seeking a relaxed but stylish, comfortable and welcoming place to stay, away from the bustle yet in the heart of the action. The rooms are newly renovated. Via da Bernina 17, 7504 Pontresina, T +41 81 838 95 95 info @,

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Price: DR 110–200 pp/BB Supplements: SR 16–51, HB 45 Children: up to 3 years free, 4–6 years 40, 7–11 years 75, 12–17 years 105

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HOTEL BERNINA Comfortable rooms with mountain views. Stüvetta and Locanda restaurants serving regional cuisine. Quiet, central location by bus stop and crosscountry trails. Sauna, solarium, garage. Public transport included. Via Maistra 207, 7504 Pontresina, T +41 81 838 86 86 info @,



Simple and atmosphere-steeped hotel and restaurant, idyllically located at 2,046 m (6,713 ft) at the foot of the Bernina Pass – far removed from the hustle and bustle of everyday life. 5 min from Pontresina. Beautiful panelled dining rooms. Bernina Suot 3, 7504 Pontresina, T +41 81 842 62 00 info @,

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Price: DR from 123.10 pp/BB Supplements: SR 25, HB 40 Children: up to 6 years free, 7–11 years 30, 12–15 years 40, from 16 years 60 in extra bed in parents‘ room

06.12.18 – 07.04.19

Via Maistra 145, 7504 Pontresina, T +41 81 838 94 00 info @,

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Management: Alexander and Nicole Pampel

Family-run hotel in the heart of the village. Large, comfortable rooms; spa area on roof; Sports Bar with live music on Fridays. Ideal base for winter sports enthusiasts; attractive cross-country ski options.


Management: Gerold and Mina Forter-Caviezel

Price: DR 120–215 pp/BB Supplements: SR 20, HB 40 Children: up to 3 years free, 4–5 years 20, 6–11 years 40, 12–15 years 60


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Price: DR from 125 pp/BB Supplements: SR 30% reduction on DR price (from 175) Children: up to 5 years free Discount: 6–11 years, 50%, 12–15 years 25% (with two adults paying full rate)

07.12.18 –31.03.19

Via Maistra 228, 7504 Pontresina, T +41 81 838 80 40 hotel @,

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Management: Claudio and Stephanie Kochendörfer

Informally run hotel that offers comfort and relaxation in a tasteful setting. Beautiful pine-panelled rooms, outstanding cuisine and genuine hospitality all contribute to the welcoming atmosphere.

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Price: DR from 142 pp/HB Supplements: SR from 31 incl. HB Children: up to 16 years free in room with 2 paying adults, meals in hotel payable

Management: Mathias and Ursula Schmid 14.12.18 – 07.04.19 Price: DR 110–150 pp/BB Supplements: SR 15, HB 28–35 Children: up to 5 years free Discount: 6–11 years 50%, 12–16 years 30% Management: Elisabeth Monica and Riccardo Cicognani mid-December up to end of April Price: DR 100–145 pp/BB, 4-bed room from 77 pp/BB, suite 140 pp/BB Supplements: SR from 110 pp/BB, HB 40 Children: up to 2 years free Discount: 3–12 years 20%

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HOTEL GA RNI CHESA MULIN Comfortable, modern hotel (B&B only) at a quiet, central location. Breakfast buffet, entry to the Bellavita Pool and Spa, public transport included. Ideal base for your holidays. Via da Mulin 15, 7504 Pontresina, T +41 81 838 82 00 info @,

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HOTEL MORTER ATSCH The Morteratsch is a modern 3-star hotel with a 100-year history, located near the foot of the Morteratsch Glacier and right beside the famous Bernina railway line, approx. 5 km (3 miles) outside Pontresina. Morteratsch 4, 7504 Pontresina, T +41 81 842 63 13 mail @,

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Management: Andrea and Sonja Isepponi-Schmid 14.12.18 –22.04.19 Price: DR 100–160 pp/BB Supplements: SR 15 Children: up to 6 years free, 7–12 years 30, 13–16 years 40

Management: Christophe Steck 06.12.18 –14.04.19 Price: DR 70–120 pp/BB Supplements: SR 25, HB 40 Children: up to 5 years free, further prices on request

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Management: Konrad Messner

One hundred years of hotel hospitality combined with a pure and elegant modern décor create a unique atmosphere at this welcoming mountain lodge.

mid-June up to April

Via Maistra 202, 7504 Pontresina, T +41 81 839 30 00 info @,

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Price: DR 90–150 pp/BB Supplements: SR 20–75, HB 40 Children: up to 6 years free, 7–12 years 20, 13–16 years 40, 17 years and over 60


Management: Ralph Münch

Relax and switch off – this is the essence of holidays at the Rosatsch. Personal service, fresh Alpine-style rooms and excellent cuisine, as well as a modern spa with treatment rooms, indoor pool, whirlpool bath and saunas.

beginning of December up to end of March

Via Maistra 157, 7504 Pontresina, T +41 81 838 98 00 info @,

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Price: DR from 128.50 pp/BB Supplements: SR 20, HB from 45 Children: up to 5 years free, 6–17 years 1st child 40, 2nd child 30, 3rd child 20


Management: Riet Fedi

Located in the heart of Pontresina, with a personal and relaxed atmosphere, restaurant with market-fresh Italian cuisine, spacious lobby, spa, bar and panoramic terrace.

December up to October (closed in November)

Via Maistra 175, 7504 Pontresina, T +41 81 839 34 34 hotel @,

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HOTEL STATION Stylish, modern building by the railway station, with easy access to cross-country ski trails and public transport. Facilities include an in-house sauna and cosy restaurant full of Alpine charm. Cuntschett 2, 7504 Pontresina, T +41 81 838 80 00 stay @,

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HOTEL STEINBOCK Located in a 17 -century Engadin house, this hotel combines cosiness and charm with modern-day comfort. Indoor pool, spa, underground parking, Colani Stübli and Gondolezza restaurants. th

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HOTEL ENGA DINERHOF Oasis of hospitality and comfort with a friendly atmosphere. Central but peaceful location, surrounded by mountain scenery. Wide variety of rooms, extensive breakfast buffet, in-house bar and restaurant Nostre Pizzeria. Via Maistra 203, 7504 Pontresina, T +41 81 839 31 00 info @,

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Price: DR 120–215 pp/BB Supplements: SR 10–20, HB 39 Children: up to 5 years free, 6–12 years 50, 13–15 years 70, 16 years 90 Management: Tiziana and Patrick Schraemli open all year Price: DR 110–140 pp/BB Supplements: SR 40, HB 35 Children: 4–12 years 55–85, from 13 years adult price

Management: Anne-Rose and Thomas Walther December up to October Price: DR 70–220 pp/BB Supplements: SR 5–65, HB 45 Children: up to 2 years free, 3–5 years 30, 6–12 years 40, 13–17 years 60 Management: Bertram and Corina Hissung 19.12.18 –24.03.19 Price: DR 67.50–155 pp/BB Supplements: SR 7.50–17.50, HB 30 Children: up to 5 years free, 6–12 years 15, 13–15 years 35

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Management: Egon and Bettina Weiss

Our homely, family-run hotel boasts a very central location. Enjoy views of the glorious mountain scenery from our rooms and from the panoramic terrace. Buses and trains are easy to reach.

06.12.18 –20.03.19

Via Maistra 160, 7504 Pontresina, T +41 81 838 93 00 info @,

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Management: Christophe Steck


Our newly built Swiss lodge offers excellent-value accommodation in the Engadin. Ideal for sports enthusiasts, families and small groups. The Al Vadret has 16 modern rooms with WC/shower. Morteratsch 4, 7504 Pontresina, T +41 81 842 63 13 mail @,

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06.12.18 –14.04.19 Price: DR 65–100 pp/BB Supplements: SR 20, HB 40 Children: up to 5 years free Discount: 6–11 years 50%, 12–16 years 30%

Management: Anja Seebacher


Alpenglow, snow and rivers of ice … This mountain guesthouse at an altitude of 3,000 m (9,843 ft) offers superb food and wine, coupled with magnificent views of the icy peaks of the Bernina massif – a truly unforgettable experience.

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Price: DR 100–150 pp/BB Supplements: SR 10–30, HB 40 Children: up to 6 years free

20.10.18 –23.11.18 and 19.12.18 – 05.05.19 Price: DR 130–150 pp incl. HB Supplements: SR 20 Children: up to 6 years 15 Discount: 7–12 years 50%

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Management: Nora Gossweiler

Sunny holiday house in the historic Laret district at the heart of Pontresina. Friendly, peaceful rooms, double and single, with mountain and garden views; each has a kitchen area. Price includes cross-country trail pass.

December up to end of April

Giassa Stipa 1, 7504 Pontresina, T +41 81 842 71 52 quadrella @,

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Management: Hans Hauser

The Hotel-Pension Hauser occupies a sunny, peaceful position close to the chair lift up to Alp Languard, Pontresina’s local mountain – an ideal starting point for winter walks.

15.12.18 –22.04.19

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Peacefully located hotel surrounded by nature. Accessible by horse-drawn carriage/sleigh, on foot or on cross-country skis. 7 km (4.3 miles) from Pontresina. Hot regional food served throughout the day; dessert buffet famous far and wide. Val Roseg, 7504 Pontresina, T +41 81 842 64 45, F +41 81 842 68 86 info @,

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PONTRESINA YOUTH HOSTEL Unfussy accommodation at a top location, attracting an international, snow-sports-loving clientele who appreciate our 4- and 6-bed rooms, tasty breakfast buffet and reasonably priced dinners. Via da la Staziun 46, 7504 Pontresina, T +41 81 842 72 23 pontresina, /pontresina

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Price: DR 65–95 pp/BB Children: up to 1 year free, 2–5 years 50% Discount: 6–12 years 30%

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Management: Wolfgang and Lucrezia Pollak-Thom 08.12.18 – 07.04.19 Price: DR from 80 pp/BB Supplements: SR 20, HB 35 Children: up to 3 years free, 4–12 years 45

Management: Martin and Sabine Künzli beginning of December up to beginning of April Price: DR 65–74 pp/BB Supplements: HB 17.50 Children: up to 2 years free, 2–6 years 15 and 7–12 years 25 in family rooms

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Celerina Tourist Information

The exceptionally sunny village of Celerina/Schlarigna, with its famous church of San Gian, occupies a

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strategic position at the heart of this bewitching high valley. Two distinct parts of the village – Celerina

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and Crasta – each have a charming historical centre of typical Engadin houses and quaint alleys, a delight

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to stroll around. A gondola leads straight up to the world-famous, family-friendly ski area of Corviglia.

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A unique combination of factors – the high altitude, dry climate, many hours of sunshine, World Cup races /en /

and spectacular panoramic views – makes for an unrivalled experience. Cross-country skiers can set off


from Celerina to explore the extensive trail network of the Engadin, while at the Center da Sport, ice skaters and curling enthusiasts can indulge their passion on the sunniest ice rink in Europe. Over at the worldfamous Olympia Bob Run, a guest ride in a bobsleigh piloted by a professional guarantees spine-tingling thrills. Thanks to Celerina’s central location in the Engadin St. Moritz holiday region, the resort enjoys first-class public transport connections.


Management: Kai Wilhelm Ulrich

In a peaceful location just minutes from St. Moritz, the Cresta Palace offers the perfect base for all winter sports enthusiasts. The gondola station, cross-country ski trails and ski school are on the doorstep.

07.12.18 – 07.04.19

Via Maistra 75, 7505 Celerina, T +41 81 836 56 56 mail @,

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Price: DR 170–320 pp/BB Supplements: SR 10, HB 60 Children: up to 5 years free, 6–11 years 80, 12–15 years 100, 16 years and over 120


Management: Evelyn Engler

A haven for winter sports fans and gourmets, located in a 400-year-old Engadin house with sun terrace, right beside the River Inn. Top-class cuisine at the Restaurant Stüvas Rosatsch and the Restorant Uondas.

open all year

Via San Gian 7, 7505 Celerina, T +41 81 837 01 01 hotel @,

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Price: DR from 125 pp/BB Supplements: SR 60, HB 45–80 Children: up to 3 years 20, 4–6 years 40, 7–12 years 50, 13 years and over 60

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Management: Elke Testa

Small and welcoming chalet hotel (breakfast only), centrally located and just two minutes’ walk from the ski lifts. A charming base for families and all those seeking relaxation.

open all year

Via Prade 22, 7505 Celerina, T +41 81 833 26 26, F +41 81 833 70 00 info @,

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Price: DR/suite 125–255 pp/BB Supplements: SR 70 Children: up to 6 years free

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Management: Christian Jurczyk

Family hotel, ideal for winter sports enthusiasts or travellers simply passing through. Restaurant serving a variety of specialities; conference facilities.

open all year

Via Maistra 128, 7505 Celerina, T +41 81 833 13 14 info @,

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From budget beds to luxury living: slick design and cool décor for a restful stay. Multi-faceted, sporty and refreshingly different, the hotel for uncomplicated, thrilling holidays without compromise on style. Free WiFi. Via Nouva 3, 7505 Celerina, T +41 81 834 47 95 info @,

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Price: DR 125–145 pp/BB Supplements: HB 45 Children: up to 2 years free, 3–6 years 40, 7–12 years 85

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Management: Alex Meili open all year Price: DR 98–108 pp/BB, Studio S 98–108 pp (without breakfast), Studio M 249–279 (for 2–4 people) Supplements: SR 23 Children: up to 5 years free


Management: Anne Wyss

Good-quality, good-value and cosy: this centrally located hotel offers modern rooms with shower/WC and TV. Children’s play room. Ideal for families and outdoor activity enthusiasts.

open all year

Via Maistra 60, 7505 Celerina, T +41 81 832 18 74 info @,

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B &B HOTEL TR A IS FLUORS Small, lovingly managed, eco-friendly hotel with holiday apartment for 2 to 7 guests. We use environmentally friendly products throughout. As of 2 nights: free use of regional public transport. Via Maistra 113, 7505 Celerina, T +41 81 833 88 85 hotel @ traisf, www.traisf

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Price: DR 90–120 pp/BB Supplements: SR 28, HB 26 Children: up to 2 years free, 3–5 years 24, 6–11 years 32, 12–15 years 38

Management: Robert and Ursula Filli beginning of December up to end of April Price: DR 88–108 pp/BB Supplements: SR 15–45 Children: up to 6 years free Discount: 6–12 years 50%


Management: Pietro Tagliabue

The Chalet Speciale lies in the centre of Celerina, close to the ski area; the central location makes it a perfect base for snow sports enthusiasts. Inhouse ski school, ski servicing and sales.

December up to end of March

Via Chalchera 9, 7505 Celerina, T +41 81 854 07 63 hotel @,

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HOTEL A RTURO This small, cosy family hotel lies right in the heart of Celerina. 3 minutes’ walk from the station, 5 minutes’ walk to the cable car. All rooms have shower/WC, radio and TV. Via Maistra 94, 7505 Celerina, T +41 81 833 66 85, F +41 81 833 88 60 hotel-arturo-celerina @,

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Price: DR 80–85 pp/BB, SR 110–120 pp/BB Children: up to 2 years free, on request with cot




10 rooms in exclusive seclusion at an idyllic natural setting on Lake Staz. “Rent-a-house”: celebrate with friends and family. Restaurant, “Stazer Clubstuba” club, Quickguito (grill and ice cream bar), fairy-tale shows for kids.

Management: Andrea CloestersBlum December up to May Price: SR/DR 99–120 pp/BB Supplements: HB 42 Children: in their parents’ room on request

Management: Anja and Hans Jörg Zingg December up to April Price: DR 85–165 pp/BB

Vietta da Staz 3, 7500 St. Moritz-Celerina, T +41 81 833 60 50 info,,

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HOTEL V ELTLINERK ELLER Welcoming guesthouse with in-house restaurant serving Italian specialities and Angus beef. Popular among visitors and locals alike, close to the gondola station. Shared showers/WC on each floor. Via Maistra 55, 7505 Celerina, T +41 81 832 28 68, F +41 81 832 28 67



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Management: A. Rossoni-Dosch and M. Rossoni open all year Price: DR 65–75 pp/BB Supplements: HB 30 Children: price on request

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Silvaplana Tourist Information

Silvaplana is a lively, trend-setting holiday resort set amongst the lakes of the Engadin. On its doorstep,

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the towering Corvatsch offers unlimited winter sports options. But this is only one reason why Silvaplana

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has become a magnet for outdoor activity fans: it is also a paradise for snowkiting. Since this spectacu-

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lar sport was invented on frozen Lake Silvaplana, enthusiasts from all over the world have flocked here

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to take advantage of the Maloja wind, which builds up almost every day around noon until it has the /en /

kites dancing across the blue Engadin sky and skimming at speed across the plateau. The resort also has


a wonderfully tranquil side. Set amidst sublimely beautiful and unspoilt scenery – with expansive frozen lakes, forests dusted with snow, and peaceful footpaths and scenic cross-country ski trails leading through the enchanting Engadin mountain landscape – Silvaplana also offers an abundance of treats to those who prefer natural highs to adrenalin-fuelled thrills.



The Giardino Mountain brings a splash of colour to the snowy landscape: informal luxury, contemporary design and polished service. A “breakout retreat” full of character, refreshing and relaxing in equal measure. Via Maistra 3, 7512 Champf èr, T +41 800 33 33 13 reservation @,

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Via dal Corvatsch 76, 7513 Silvaplana-Surlej, T +41 81 838 69 69 info @,



Charming hotel offering personal service, superbly located at the foot of the Corvatsch with views of Lake Silvaplana. Exquisite cuisine; game a speciality. Hunting lodge and grotto with own meat-drying facility. Via da l’Alp 6, 7513 Silvaplana-Surlej, T +41 81 838 60 50 info @,


December up to April Price: DR from 185 pp/BB Supplements: HB 55 Children: up to 11 years free, 12 years and over 120

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Price: DR 245 pp/BB Supplements: SR 50, HB 75 Children: up to 5 years free, 6 years and over 90

Management: Claudia Pronk


It’s just a hop from bed to piste at your holiday resort by the Corvatsch cable car. All rooms with terrace and view of the mountains and lakes. Stars Restaurant and Rooftop Bar, après-ski cabin, trattoria and spa.


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Management: Bernhard and Corinna Kleger end of November up to end of April Price: DR 120–385 pp/BB Supplements: SR price on request, HB 45 Children: up to 5 years free

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HOTEL A LBA NA Delicious “natural-sensational cuisine” with 14 GaultMillau points, and Thailando restaurant with show kitchen. 35 rooms, junior suites and duplex rooms. Spa area, bar with open fireplace and smokers’ lounge. Via vers Mulins 6, 7513 Silvaplana, T +41 81 838 78 78 hotel @,

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A LBA NA LODGE The 3-star Albana Lodge by Hotel Albana is located in the heart of Silvaplana, just a few steps from the 4-star Hotel Albana Silvaplana and linked to it by a path. by Hotel Albana Silvaplana, 7513 Silvaplana, T +41 81 838 78 78, hotel @,

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Located right next to the ski slope and cross-country trail in Surlej. LaBrasera Restaurant offers a sun terrace during the day and a cosy candlelight atmosphere in the evenings. New: freshly prepared fondue classics at the Restaurant Alp31. Via dal Corvatsch 30, 7513 Silvaplana-Surlej, T +41 81 838 75 75 hotel @,

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Management: Daniel and Malvika Bosshard-Jürisaar end of November up to end of April Price: DR 120–385 pp/BB Supplements: SR 35, HB 40 Children: up to 6 years free, 7–17 years 50% discount

Management: Daniel and Malvika Bosshard-Jürisaar end of November up to end of April Price: 85–290 pp/BB Supplements: SR 35 pp, HB 40 Children: up to 6 years free, 7–17 years 50% on the official room rate

Management: Kay Hempel December up to mid-April Price: DR 130–200 pp/BB Supplements: SR 20–40, HB 45 Children: up to age 3 free, one-off cot supplement of 32, age 3–11 65 per day


Management: Marion Fasciati

Hotel with central but peaceful location, offering lake and mountain views. We set great store by personal attention, refined cuisine and good service. Pizzeria, rustic pine-panelled parlour and meeting room.

mid-December up to mid-April

Via vers Mulins 16, 7513 Silvaplana, T +41 81 828 81 48 arlas @,

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Price: DR 95–125 pp/BB Supplements: SR 10–30, HB 35 Children: up to 2 years free Discount: 3–12 years 50%

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Management: Cindy Conrad

Discover your active side at the new mountain lodge with 25 lovely comfortable rooms, Conrad’s Easy Restaurant, spa area and unique hospitality by Conrad’s. Active. Alpine. Lifestyle.

December up to April

Via dal Farrer 1, 7513 Silvaplana, T +41 81 828 83 83,

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This small family hotel with 14 charming rooms is located in Surlej, directly beside the valley station of the Corvatsch cable car. Restaurant with glorious views of the lakes and mountains. Wellness area next door. Fondue parlour, WiFi. Via dal Corvatsch 69, 7513 Silvaplana-Surlej, T +41 81 828 82 12 hotel @,

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Price: DR from 140 pp/BB Children: up to 6 years free, 7–17 years on request

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Management: Marc and Ellen Niggli 23.11.18 –28.04.19 Price: DR from 134 pp incl. HB Supplements: SR 30

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Sils Tourist Information

Sils – the most enriching contrast to everyday life. Whoever comes to Sils experiences everything more in-

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tensely: the peace, the light, the power of nature – and happiness. At an altitude of more than 1,802 m, the

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fresh mountain air invigorates body and soul. Many creative spirits have found inspiration in the boundless

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sense of space and the magical quality of the light: writers such as Nietzsche and Dürrenmatt, artists such

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as Beuys and Chagall and musicians such as Strauss, Honegger and David Bowie. All have contributed to Sils’ /en /sils

global reputation as a cultural hotspot. The broad expanses and tranquillity of the idyllic landscapes have a powerful effect on guests, sporty or otherwise. Visitors soon come into harmony with themselves and with nature as they explore: cross-country skiing over frozen Lake Sils, walking across the sparkling Sils landscape or discovering the slopes of Furtschellas, Sils’ local mountain.

HOTEL WA LDH AUS Pleasure, relaxation and fine architecture meet at a hotel with five generations of tradition, dating back to 1908. Let yourself be pampered at the Waldhaus Spa – blissful relaxation guaranteed! Via da Fex 3, 7514 Sils Maria, T +41 81 838 51 00, F +41 81 838 51 98 mail @,

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14.12.18 –23.04.19 Price: DR 188–433 pp/BB Supplements: SR 20-350, HB 50 Children: price on request


PA RK HOTEL M A RGNA Peaceful location on the Sils plateau. Direct access to the cross-country ski trail network. Rooms and suites furnished in Engadin pine, three restaurants, spa/gym area, meeting rooms. Via da Baselgia 27, 7515 Sils Baselgia, T +41 81 838 47 47, F +41 81 838 47 48 info @,

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Management: Claudio Dietrich and Patrick Dietrich

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Management: Simona and Luzi Seiler 14.12.18 –28.04.19 Price: from 180 pp/BB Supplements: SR 25, HB 45 Children: up to 5 years free, 6–12 years 40, 13–16 years 70, 17 years and over 100


Management: Madeleine Petermann

Friendly hotel in the heart of Sils Maria, with rooms in Graubünden style. Fine cuisine in the historic Art Nouveau dining room and the panelled Arvenstube. Tasteful lobby with open fire and live piano music.

mid-December up to end of March

Via da Marias 63, 7514 Sils Maria, T +41 81 838 42 42 info @,

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Price: DR 173–518 pp/BB Supplements: SR 15–25, HB 45 Children: up to 12 years free, 13–15 years 40, 16 years and over 80

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Management: H. and T. Nett

Traditional pine-panelled rooms combined with modern design create a pleasant and relaxing setting. Apartments with balcony, suites with gallery, and cosy “Chambra”; restaurant with 13 GaultMillau points.

21.12.18 –31.03.19

Via Runchet 4, 7514 Sils Maria, T +41 81 838 44 44 mail @,

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Price: DR 100–230 pp/BB Supplements: SR 22, HB 40 Children: up to 11 years free, 12–15 years 75, 16 years and over 100

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Management: Tomas Courtin

Hotel located in a former Engadin farmhouse in a supremely beautiful, quiet location on Lake Sils. Spacious hall with open fire, bar and sun terrace. Winter walking paths and cross-country ski trails on the doorstep. Free WiFi.

19.12.18 – 07.04.19

Via da Baselgia 40, 7515 Sils Baselgia, T +41 81 838 54 54 hotel @,

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Management: Nico Röthlisberger

Peacefully located, comfortable and welcoming hotel. Just 5 minutes’ walk from the Furtschellas cable car, lake and village centre. The homely atmosphere promises total relaxation.

mid-December up to mid-April

Via Cumünevels 5, 7514 Sils Maria, T +41 81 826 50 50 info @,

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HOTEL M A RI A Hotel with a friendly, welcoming atmosphere. Refined and varied cuisine, pine-panelled Stüva restaurant in traditional style. Cross-country ski trail, winter walking path and transfer to ski lifts on the doorstep. Via da Marias 19, 7514 Sils Maria, T +41 81 832 61 00 info @,

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Price: DR 100–265 pp/BB Supplements: dog 13, SR 40–95, HB 35 Children: Up to 3 years free when sharing parents’ bed, cot 16, extra bed 75–95

Management: Andreas and Regula Ludwig beginning of December up to midApril Price: DR 110–130 pp/BB Supplements: SR 10–15, HB 25–35 Children: up to 2 years free, 3–6 years 45


Management: Corina Giovanoli

Hotel in traditional Engadin style, close to the ski slopes and cross-country ski trails. 26 individually decorated rooms. Freshly prepared regional/ Mediterranean cuisine. Two lounges and cosy hotel bar.

19.12.18 – 09.04.19

Via da Marias 83, 7514 Sils Maria, T +41 81 832 62 00 info @,

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HOTEL SCH W EIZERHOF Centrally but peacefully located at the entrance to the world-famous Val Fex. The hotel lies close to the Furtschellas/Corvatsch snow sports area. Outdoor sauna, salt-water pool and à-la-carte Arvenstube restaurant. Via da Fex 1, 7514 Sils Maria, T +41 81 838 58 58 info @,

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HOTEL SER A INA Experience how fresh air broadens the soul and friendliness warms the heart. Relaxing, exciting and wonderfully pleasurable: a hotel that blends tradition and modernity in the most beautiful way. Via da Marias 37, 7514 Sils Maria, T +41 81 838 48 00 info @,

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The Hotel Sonne Fex, built in 1908, is a typical Swiss family-run hotel. It lies among the winter walking paths and cross-country ski trails of the Val Fex, a car-free valley protected as a nature reserve. Via da Fex 37, 7514 Sils – Val Fex, T +41 81 826 53 73 info @,

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Price: DR 134–194 pp/BB Supplements: SR from 20, HB 25 Children: price on request

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Management: Gregorio and Katja van Kuyk-Gridling 08.12.18 –31.03.19 Price: from 118 pp/BB Supplements: from 10 in SR, from 50 in DR as SR, HB 30 pp Children: up to 11 years free, 12–15 years from 86 Management: Marcus and Sabine Kobler 22.12.18 –31.03.19 Price: DR 120–180 pp/BB Supplements: SR 25–45, HB 27–34 Children: up to 5 years free, 6–11 years 40, 12–15 years 55, 16 years and over 85 Management: Gian-Reto and Jennifer Witschi mid-December up to end of March Price: DR from 140 pp/BB Supplements: SR 10, HB 25 Children: up to 5 years 20, 6–8 years 60, 9–12 years 90 incl. HB

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Management: Susanne Rosenberg

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Looking for peace and quiet? The Chesa Pool guesthouse with its cosy rooms, located at 1,900 m (6,234 ft) above sea level in Val Fex, is the perfect choice. The restaurant and its glorious terrace are wonderful places to linger. Fex Platta, 7514 Fex / Sils, T +41 81 838 59 00, F +41 81 838 59 01 info @,

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Management: Patrick Gloser

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CHESA SA RITA DEPENDA NCE (BY PA R K HOTEL M A RGNA) Peaceful location on the Sils plateau. Direct access to the cross-country ski trail network; also perfect base for winter walking, snowshoeing and alpine skiing. Bright rooms and apartments with mountain views. Via da Baselgia 27, 7515 Sils Baselgia, T +41 81 838 47 47, F +41 81 838 47 48 info @,

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Personally managed Engadin-style hotel on Lake Sils. Very close to the cross-country ski trail and bus stop. Ideal base for hikes. Peaceful location, magnificent views. Market-fresh cuisine: fresh trout and game specialities. Via da Baselgia 4, 7515 Sils Baselgia, T +41 81 838 50 70 info @,

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end of December up to mid-April Price: DR 135–170 pp incl. HB Supplements: SR 30. ; short stay (less than 3 nights) +10 pp Children: up to 3 years free, 4–7 years 40, 8–13 years 65

Management: Simona and Luzi Seiler 14.12.18 –28.04.19 Price: DR from 110 pp/BB Supplements: SR 40, HB from 45 Children: up to 5 years free, 6–12 years 30, 13 years and over 60

Management: family Annamaria and Gian Kuhn-Guidi 22.12.18 –31.03.19 Price: DR 89–142 pp/BB Supplements: SR 20–40, HB 40 (from 3 nights) Children: price on request

Management: Antonio Walther


Small, romantic family hotel next to Lake Sils. Ideal for cross-country skiers, downhill skiers (ski bus), snowshoe trekkers and ice divers. Murtaröl restaurant famous for its fish dishes, fondue parlour, raclette.

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Quiet, dreamy position at the end of Val Fex, in a glorious mountainand-glacier setting. Ideal base for cross-country ski, snowshoe and ski tours. No car access; bus transfer for hotel guests.

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open all year Price: DR 80–120 pp/BB Supplements: SR 40–60, HB 25, dog 10–20 Children: up to 5 years free Discount: 6–11 years 50%, 12–16 years 30%


Management: Achim Grosser

The Silserhof is a budget hotel at a superb location in the heart of the Sils plateau, right beside the Marathon cross-country ski trail. Also suitable for groups. Outstanding value.

November up to April

Via da Baselgia 57, 7515 Sils Baselgia, T +41 81 838 41 00 info @,

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In one of the oldest Engadin houses in the valley, we offer cosy rooms entirely furnished with wood. In our rustic restaurant we serve a variety of game dishes and other regional specialities. Fex Crasta, 7514 Fex, T +41 81 826 53 92, F +41 81 826 50 12,

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Price: DR 95–100 pp/BB Supplements: SR 25, HB 20 Children: up to 5 years free Discount: 6–15 years 50%



Management: Barbara Padrun beginning of December up to end of April Price: DR 90–100 pp/BB Supplements: SR 10, HB 25 Children: up to 5 years free Discount: 6–10 years 50%

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Maloja Tourist Information

Here at the border with Italian-speaking Switzerland, locals and visitors cherish the relaxed atmosphere,

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the spirit of famous painters, and the cultural and natural heritage of a historic mountain pass region. As

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starting point of the Engadin Skimarathon, Maloja is also a paradise for cross-country skiers. The begin-

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ners’ lift and panoramic Aela ski lift, on the village’s doorstep, offer a charming and nostalgic experience

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of skiing. Individualists enjoy the tranquillity, while parents with children come to build confidence or /en /

stage a comeback after a long break from the pistes. Not only winter sports enthusiasts feel at home in


this glorious natural setting. The fascinating play of light and shadow has long attracted artists. Giovanni Segantini chose the landscape around Maloja as the subject for many of his paintings and made the village his final home; Giovanni Giacometti, father of Alberto Giacometti, also painted here.

HOTEL SCH W EIZERH AUS Cheerful and friendly hotel in Maloja. Original and traditional, hip and happening: full of contrasts, but a place of harmony. The ideal base for cross-country skiers, winter walkers, families and gourmets. Hauptstrasse 25, 7516 Maloja, T +41 81 824 28 28 reservation @,

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HOTEL CHESA A LPINA Simple, cosy rooms in country style, with shared bathroom/showers on the landing. Check-in at the Hotel Schweizerhaus. Breakfast available (supplement payable) at the Hotel Schweizerhaus. Hauptstrasse 23, 7516 Maloja, T +41 81 824 33 33 reservation@,



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K ULM HOTEL M A LOJA Historical mountain hospice at the summit of the Maloja Pass, dating from the 17 th century, newly converted into a Family Lodge with public à-la-carte restaurant. Ideal for outdoor enthusiasts as well as families. Strada Principale 1, 7516 Maloja


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Management: Jürg and Karoline Wintsch 19.12.18 –21.04.19 Price: DR 105–240 pp/BB Supplements: SR 20–35 Children: up to 5 years free, 6–11 years 40, 12 years and over 80

Management: Jürg and Karoline Wintsch mid-December up to Easter Price: 52.50–67.50 pp without breakfast Supplements: SR 15 Children: up to 5 years free, 6–11 years 40, 12 years and over 80 opening winter 2018 /19

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Management: Enrico Caproni


You can reach this guesthouse in the hamlet of Isola either on foot or by crossing the frozen Lake Sils on cross-country skis. Walk or ski home in the evening by the light of flaming torches. Dinner by advance booking. Isola, 7516 Maloja-Isola, T +41 81 824 35 91 lagrev.isola @,

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Management: Kathi Reschke and Dominik Leinenbach

Our stylish, eye-catching hotel has 7 individually furnished rooms: 1 single, 5 doubles and 1 suite.

open all year Price: DR from 65 pp/BB Supplements: SR 30

Hauptstrasse 40a, 7516 Maloja, T +41 81 824 31 31 info,


Price: DR 110 pp incl. HB Supplements: SR 20 Children: price on request

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Management: Frank Amin Karama

The historic Hotel Maloja Palace, with its renovated and beautifully furnished rooms and apartments, offers glorious views of Lake Sils and the Engadin valley framed by mountains.

20.12.18 –28.04.19

Strada Cantonale 424, 7516 Maloja, T +41 81 838 20 30 info @,

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HOTEL PÖSTLI The Pöstli, decorated in rustic style, is a separate wing of the 4-star Hotel Schweizerhaus, which stands opposite and houses the reception and breakfast room. Hauptstrasse 24, 7516 Maloja, T +41 81 838 28 28 reservation @,

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Management: Karoline and Jürg Wintsch 19.12.18 –21.04.19 Price: DR 95–150 pp/BB Supplements: SR 25–35 Children: up to 5 years free, 6–11 years 40, 12 years and over 80


Management: Daniele Uf fer

Welcome to the Sporthotel in Maloja! Come and visit us in one of the most beautiful high-altitude valleys in Switzerland, the Engadin. Large ski room and drying room.

beginning of December up to Easter

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GA RNI V ILL A L A ROSÉE This chalet was built in 1885 and subsequently has been restored step by step and lovingly maintained. Each room has its own character. Perfect for fans of fin-de-siècle style. Via principale, 7516 Maloja, T +41 81 824 31 33 garni @,

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Management: Cornelia Hunziker-Althaus open all year Price: DR 55–100 pp/BB Supplements: SR 10–65 Children: price on request

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Samedan Tourist Information

The vibrant capital of the Upper Engadin is not only the region’s political centre but also the focus for the

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traditional Engadin way of life – as well as home to the “vertical” Mineral Baths & Spa. Samedan owes

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its importance to its location at the heart of the Upper Engadin: the town serves as a hub for the Rhae-

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tian Railway and is also home to a small international airport – a prized launch site for glider pilots. The


Badrutt family, which went on to write hotel history in St. Moritz, originated here; among many historical /en /

features is the magnificent 16th-century Chesa Planta. The picturesque and buzzing village with its stately


traditional Engadin houses may appear idyllic, but the charm is genuine: local people (and two museums) ensure that traditional Engadin culture is very much alive. Visitors can easily reach all parts of the Engadin from here, including the summit of the local mountain, Muottas Muragl, with its stunning panoramic views; the peak is also home to the first plus-energy hotel in the Alps, the Romantik Hotel Muottas Muragl. Close by, there’s winter sports action to suit every taste: at the Survih ski area, the cross-country ski centre and on the thrilling toboggan run.

HOTEL BERNINA 1865 The Hotel Bernina 1865 offers 46 rooms and 7 suites. They are stylishly renovated, comfortable and surprisingly large, just as the room prices are surprisingly good: from 160 Swiss francs a night. Plazzet 20, 7503 Samedan, T +41 81 852 12 12 info,

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A LPENHOTEL QUA DR ATSCH A 21 Swiss-pine-furnished rooms, 4 Bel Étage junior suites, an indoor pool (7 m x 20 m) and a spa area promise a wonderfully relaxing stay. All rooms have a sunny, peaceful balcony with mountain views. Quadratscha 2, 7503 Samedan, T +41 81 851 15 15, F +41 81 851 15 16 info @,

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HOTEL DONATZ Timeless charm: The renovated Hotel Donatz stands proudly in the heart of the village of Samedan, close to buses and trains. Restorant La Padella with classical cuisine, Donatz Wine Bar with choice wine list. Plazzet 15, 7503 Samedan, T +41 81 852 46 66 info @,

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Management: Alessandra De Flammineis 05.12.18–22.04.19 Price: DR from 90 pp/BB Supplements: SR from 50, HB 45 Children: up to 6 years free, 7 years and over 110

Management: Kai Reisse and Stefania Scarapellini 20.12.18 –31.03.19 Price: DR from 99 Supplements: HB 55 Children: 1st child 40, 2nd child 30, 3rd child 20

Management: René A. and Cornelia Donatz November up to mid-April Price: DR 95–180 pp/BB Supplements: SR 15–45, HB 45 Children: up to 3 years free

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HOTEL TERMINUS Cosy hotel by the station, ideal base for all activities. Restaurant serves delicious home cooking, pizzas and Italian cuisine. Via Retica 24, 7503 Samedan, T +41 81 852 53 36 info @,

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Management: Ladina and Domenico Fontana December up to May Price: DR 110 pp/BB Supplements: HB 30 Children: up to 6 years free Discount: 7–12 years 30%


Management: Franca Castelanelli

A simple and comfortable hotel in the historic town centre. The rooms are with just running water or shower/WC. The restaurant serves Italian specialties.

June up to April

Crappun 18, 7503 Samedan, T +41 81 852 53 53 info @,

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Management: Remo and Rita Canova

Comfortable hotel in a 17 -century Engadin house. Rooms with shower/WC or shared shower; apartments and studios with hotel service. Restaurant Sulèr (wheelchair-accessible) with grill specialities and home-made pasta dishes.

beginning of December up to end of April


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Price: DR 60–95 pp/BB, –15 without breakfast Supplements: SR 20 Children: up to 1 year free Discount: 2–11 years 30%, 12–15 years 15%


Management: A. and M. Laager

Small, centrally located hotel with in-house bakery/confectioner’s. In the restaurant, you can either order à la carte or from the daily menus; in the café, treat yourself to home-made delights.

open all year

Plazzet 22, 7503 Samedan, T +41 81 852 52 35 info,

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Enjoy hospitality at the highest level at the first plus-energy hotel in the Alps. Sublime views await you, along with gastronomic treats, romantic rooms furnished in pine, and the modern Restaurant Scatla. Punt Muragl, 7503 Samedan, T +41 81 842 82 32 info @,

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Management: Anne-Pierre Ackermann mid-December up to 31.03.19 Price: DR 141–198 pp/BB Supplements: SR 65 Children: up to 2 years free, 3–6 years 60, 7–12 years 75, 13–17 years 95

Bever Page 65


Bever Tourist Information

This bewitching Engadin village offers an idyllic base for family holidays. Its charm is hard to resist: visi-

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tors encounter nothing but tranquillity and nature. Located in the heart of the high valley of the Engadin,

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Bever is celebrated for its story-telling traditions – indeed, the whole village looks like an open picture

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book, with its enchanted hideaways, its windows sunk deep into mighty façades, and its natural sculp-


tures of ice hanging from roofs and flights of steps. Overlooking all this is the mighty renovated church /en /

spire, piercing the blue sky and with its bells marking the passage of time, which seems to move a little


more slowly here than elsewhere. Visitors seeking the ultimate in tranquillity can take the path to Spinas, four kilometres (2.5 miles) away, at the southern portal of the Albula railway tunnel. Or hike along the carefully maintained winter walking trail, set off on cross-country skis along tracks prepared daily, or on snowshoes and venture across the snow-blanketed meadows. Here, the path really is the goal.

HISTORIC HOTEL CHESA SA LIS This patrician house dating from 1590 once belonged to the noble von Salis family. With all the charm of a private house, Chesa Salis offers guests relaxed tranquillity not far from St. Moritz. Fuschigna 2, 7502 Bever, T +41 81 851 16 16 reception @,

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BEV ER LODGE Hotel for cross-country skiers, mountain sports enthusiasts and winter walkers, surrounded by trails, pistes and paths. Welcome to the first modular hotel made of wood! With public restaurant and lounge. Via Maistra 32, 7502 Bever, T +41 81 852 40 04, info @,

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Surrounded by the stillness of the Val Bever … With 14 rooms, a sun terrace, a restaurant and a fondue parlour with bowling, we are the ideal base for activity lovers, for those wanting to relax – and for you, too? Val Bever, 7502 Bever, T +41 81 851 19 20 info @,

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Management: Sarah Wild and Uwe Schmidt 20.12.18 –30.03.19 Price: DR 110-198 pp/BB Supplements: SR from 195, HB 68 Children: Children cot up to 3 years, extra bed 80

Management: Johanna and Marco Zeller 14.12.18 – 07.04.19 Price: DR 90–145 pp/BB Supplements: SR 25-50, HB 39 Children: up to 12 years in separate room with connecting door 100

Management: Roland Gruber 14.12.18 –31.03.19 Price: DR from 75 pp/BB Supplements: SR 20, HB 39 Children: up to 5 years free

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Management: Francoise Mastaglio

Our family-run guest house offers you a welcoming base for a relaxing holiday in a magnificent mountain setting. Enjoy the wonderful, cosy atmosphere in our pine-furnished rooms.

closed in November and May

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Management: Silvia Lenatti

Our guesthouse is located in the heart of Bever. All of the rooms have a shower and WC. In the morning, we offer a buffet breakfast; in the evening, we serve Italian cuisine.

December up to Easter

Via Maistra 5, 7502 Bever, T +41 81 851 18 78, M + 41 79 542 54 75 chesa,

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La Punt Tourist Information

The patricians who built their grand houses here knew exactly what they were doing: the location of

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sun-blessed La Punt Chamues-ch is not only strategically perfect, at the foot of the Albula Pass, but idyl-

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lic, too, beside the River Inn. Dominating the village are richly adorned farmhouses and grand patrician

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houses from the 16th and 17 th centuries. Locals are proud, too, of the superb local cuisine, which can be

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enjoyed at the Gasthaus Krone – whose history extends back more than 450 years. In winter, the snow- /en /

covered road over the pass is closed to traffic and becomes a thrilling toboggan run. More winter fun is


on offer along the idyllic cross-country ski trails and on a variety of snowshoeing routes and ski touring itineraries. Children are promised their own snowy adventures thanks to the Müsella children’s ski lift and the neighbouring play/practice area with magic carpet: a prized spot for families.

HOTEL GASTH AUS K RONE The scent of local pine and larch wood pervades the Krone. 17 redesigned rooms, authentic panelled dining rooms and a wellbeing space await you. Outstanding gourmet restaurant. Via Cumünela 2, 7522 La Punt Chamues-ch, T +41 81 854 12 69 info @,

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CHESA STA IL A HOTEL –B &B Small and stylish 4-star B&B at a very sunny location, newly renovated with pine lounge and cosy bar. All rooms have shower/WC, TV, safe, hair dryer and free Wi Fi. Alpine breakfast included. Via d’Alvra 14, 7522 La Punt Chamues-ch, T +41 81 854 12 88 info @,

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PENSION CHESIN ZUPPO Just metres from the cross-country ski trails, ideal for guests who appreciate simple yet special accommodation. Single and double rooms with shared shower and WC; double rooms with separate shower and WC. Via Truoch 9, 7522 La Punt Chamues-ch, T +41 81 854 22 64 zuppo @

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Management: Andreas and Sonja Martin 14.12.18 –31.03.19 Price: DR 120-170 pp/BB Supplements: SR 30–80 Children: up to 5 years free, 6–12 years 50

Management: Ueli and Evelyn Wäf ler December up to April Price: DR 95–155 pp/BB Supplements: SR price on request Children: up to 2 years free, 3–5 years 30, 6–12 years 55, 13–17 years 75, extra bed from 18 years and over 90 Management: Sonja Bannwart open all year Price: DR 49–60 pp/BB Children: price on request

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Madulain Tourist Information

Anyone seeking peace and quiet will find the smallest village in the Engadin a haven of tranquillity. And

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yet the most beautiful ski areas are just around the corner: the sunny Pizzet ski area above Zuoz lies close

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by, and St. Moritz is only 15 minutes’ drive away. For cross-country skiers, the trails begin right on the


doorstep. The pretty village with its 200 residents and typical Engadin houses, where traditional Ro- /en /

mansh culture is part of day-to-day life, lies directly on the course of the Engadin Skimarathon. Madulain


is also an ideal base for exploring other trails of the Engadin’s cross-country network, which extends for up to 230 kilometres (143 miles). This has trails suitable for all skiers from beginners to athletes – and pet lovers, too: the only dog trails in the Engadin stretch between Madulain and S-chanf. Sun-blessed Madulain, idyllically located beside the River Inn, is also the starting point for a number of superbly prepared winter walking trails.


Management: Andrea Rossi

At last: a luxury hotel in the Engadin that is accessible to all! Chesa Colani is one of the most beautifully restored historical buildings in the whole of the Engadin.

open all year

Via Principela 20a, 7523 Madulain, T +41 81 854 18 88 info @,

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Zuoz Page 69


Zuoz Tourist Information

Zuoz is an authentic and beautifully preserved Romansh village, said to be the prettiest in the Enga-

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din and full of atmospheric charm: no wonder it is protected as a site of national importance. Proud

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patrician houses such as the Chesa Planta are adorned with typical oriel windows and “sgraffito”

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decoration; attractive art galleries add to the appeal for culture lovers. Original restaurants present an

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imaginative new interpretation of Alpine Engadin cuisine. But while the community of 1,300 residents /en /

cherishes its traditions, the resort also offers a wide range of fine leisure facilities – including the


family-friendly ski area and its attractions, the children’s ski school with redesigned kids’ zone, the ice rinks, toboggan runs and the Sur En cross-country ski centre. Gourmets, meanwhile, should pay a visit to the highest coffee-roasting facility in Europe – and learn all about the history of the delicious drink at the Caferama coffee museum. Families feel completely at home in the resort, which has won the coveted “Family Destination” seal of quality: Zuoz offers parents and children alike all they could wish for in a successful family holiday.

HOTEL C ASTELL “The fine art of relaxing” is the motto of this 4-star superior hotel, which occupies a wonderfully scenic position surrounded by nature above Zuoz. Modern rooms, innovative cuisine and a breathtaking hammam. Via Castell 300, 7524 Zuoz, T +41 81 851 52 53 info @,

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Management: Irene and Martin Müller mid-December up to end of March Price: DR 135–270 pp/BB Supplements: SR 65, HB 65 Children: up to 2 years free, 3–7 years 35, 8–11 years 55, 12–15 years 75, 16 years and over 90


Management: Marco Gallozzi

Bound by tradition yet embracing the future: the Engiadina’s history of hospitality dates back to 1876. A modern ambience with traditional touches for carefree winter sports holidays and relaxing breaks in the Engadin.

mid-December up to beginning of April

San Bastiaun 13, 7524 Zuoz, T +41 81 851 54 54, F +41 81 854 33 03 mail @,

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Price: DR 135–245 pp/BB Supplements: SR 25–30, HB 55 Children: up to 2 years free, 3–5 years 40, 6–11 years 60, 12–15 years 80, 16 years and over 100


Management: Claudia Galliker

Treat yourself to a total break with all the time in the world to relax, just the way you like: you’re in the best hands! The Allegra welcomes you with genuine hospitality and a cosy, family-friendly atmosphere.

open all year

Vuorcha-Unterdorf, 7524 Zuoz, T +41 81 851 23 00 info @,

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Management: Marco Gallozzi

More than 500 years of tradition have given the Hotel and Restaurant Crusch Alva – a member of Swiss Historic Hotels – a unique and cosy atmosphere. Located on Zuoz’s ancient village square.

open all year

Via Maistra 26, 7524 Zuoz, T +41 81 854 13 19, F +41 81 854 13 29 info @,

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Price: DR 70–160 pp/BB Supplements: SR 15–30, HB 55 Children: up to 2 years free, 3–5 years 40, 6–11 years 50, 12–15 years 60, 16 years and over 80


Management: Ralph Kübler

Welcoming B&B at a peaceful location at the edge of the village. Good-value, comfortable rooms with shared showers/WC, delicious buffet breakfast and free Wi Fi throughout the building.

open all year

Mareg 203, 7524 Zuoz, T +41 81 854 10 44 info @,

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Fine Engadin-style building on the village square. Enjoy gastronomic treats throughout the day from our in-house bakery/confectionery and from the kitchen. On Fri and Sat, the kitchen is also open evenings.

December up to April

Via Maistra 24, 7524 Zuoz, T +41 81 854 06 06 info @,

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S-chanf Tourist Information

Long ago, S-chanf was known as a stop for mule drivers; today, this pretty village is famous as the goal of

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cross-country skiers competing in the Engadin Skimarathon. For holidaymakers, S-chanf makes an ideal

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base for exploring an exceptional variety of cross-country ski trails, such as the enchanting forest route


to Zernez. Families, especially, enjoy a wonderfully peaceful experience of winter here. The intact historic /en /

heart of the village radiates an irresistible, genuine charm; residents cherish their Romansh roots and


authentic local culture. The natural landscape on the village’s doorstep is unrivalled, protected in grand style as the Swiss National Park. Yet S-chanf, located just outside, has maintained its sense of tradition in cheerful, relaxed style.



Our hotel lies in the heart of the Engadin, close to the Zuoz ski area and surrounded by peace and quiet. The Marathon cross-country ski trail leads you straight to the hotel. Welcome to Cinuos-chel! Sur il Chaunt 240, 7526 Cinuos-chel, T +41 81 854 12 53 info @,

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Management: Gudench Campell 01.12.18 –22.04.19 Price: DR 70–90 pp/BB Supplements: SR 10, HB 40 Children: up to 5 years free, 6–12 years 40

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Management: Ladina Florineth

The Villa Flor was built in 1904 in the neoclassic style with Art Nouveau décor. The hotel features seven individually and charmingly furnished rooms.

beginning of December up to mid-April

Somvih 19, 7525 S-chanf, T +41 81 851 22 30 info @ villaf, www.villaf

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Zernez Tourist Information

Zernez is the gateway to the Swiss National Park, the geographical centre of the Engadin and the ideal base

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for exploring the regions of the Upper and Lower Engadin as well as the Val Müstair. Undisputed number-

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one attraction, however, is the Swiss National Park, at 170.3 square kilometres (66 square miles) the coun-

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try’s largest nature reserve. In winter, it lies under a thick blanket of snow, but the visitor centre in Zernez

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with its fascinating multi-media exhibition remains open all season. The attractive Engadin village also /en /

makes a peaceful base for discovering the region’s various large ski areas; from the doorstep, a network of


cross-country ski trails leads into the expansive valley of the Upper Engadin, down into the wild and romantic Lower Engadin, and around Zernez itself. Anyone seeking an especially tranquil experience of nature can book a guided snowshoe tour – for example up at the Ofen Pass. Fun alternative attractions include the family pool, the Munt Baselgia toboggan run, the artificial ice rink and the wonderful natural ice rink.



IN LAIN means “of wood”, but it is also a metaphor for what makes this hotel special: nature, warmth, cosiness and a sense of well-being. An exceptional atmosphere and personal service – that’s the IN LAIN Hotel Cadonau in Brail. Crusch Plantaun 217, 7527 Brail /Zernez, T +41 81 851 20 00 hotel @,

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Management: Tamara and Dario Cadonau open up to March, closed in April Price: DR 205-455 pp/BB Supplements: SR 50 discount on DR rate, HB 93 Children: up to 2 years 30, 3–7 years 50, 8 years and over 80


Management: Christian Patscheider

“Ün cordial bainvgnü” – a warm welcome, as we say in Romansh. Our hotel has a tradition of hospitality going back 100 years. Be our guests: we look forward to your visit! Your hosts, the Patscheider-Emmenegger family.

December up to October

Curtins 106 –108, 7530 Zernez, T +41 81 851 55 00 info @,

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Management: family Heinrich

The hotel occupies an open, sunny and peaceful position in the middle of Zernez, just 3 minutes’ walk from the railway station, PostBus, indoor pool, National Park Visitor Centre and walking trails.

open all year (mid-November up to mid-December closed)

Röven 61, 7530 Zernez, T +41 81 851 51 51 info @,

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Management: Adrian Schorta

Welcome to the Crusch Alba! Hospitable, traditional and charming: that’s our hotel in a nutshell. Enjoy staying in Zernez: give yourself a relaxing and refreshing break.

mid-December up to end of March

Röven 53, 7530 Zernez, T +41 81 856 13 30 info @,

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I am the little sister of the Hotel Crusch Alba, located just 20 paces away. I share my big sister’s charm, traditional feel and warm welcome – but am quite different in terms of appearance, furnishing, cuisine and value for money. Röven 53, 7530 Zernez, T +41 81 856 13 30 info @,

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Price: DR 115–145 pp/BB Supplements: SR 35, HB 39 Children: up to 2 years free, 3–4 years 15, 5–11 years 50% Discount: 12–15 years 25%

Management: Adrian Schorta mid-December up to end of March Price: DR 65–80 pp/BB Supplements: SR 50, HB 39 Children: up to 2 years free, 3–4 years 15, 5–11 years 50% Discount: 12–15 years 25%


Management: Anna Clavuot

Small B&B hotel located at the entrance to the Swiss National Park. Ideal base for winter walking or cross-country skiing. Village centre and indoor pool within walking distance.

beginning of December up to end of April

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HOTEL A LPINA Welcome to our family-friendly hotel, the ideal base for outdoor activity enthusiasts. You’ll find all you need for rest, relaxation and inspiration. The perfect escape, far from daily routine and obligations! Via Suot 121, 7530 Zernez, T +41 81 856 12 33 info @,

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Price: DR 65–70 pp/BB Supplements: SR 20 Children: up to 5 years free, 6–12 years 45

Management: Laura and Maurizio Damiani 12.05.18 – 06.01.19 Price: DR 110-150 pp/BB Supplements: HB price on request

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Management: Sergio Galli

You can still find them, if you look: untouched winter landscapes and absolute tranquillity, far from the après-ski, bustling mountain huts and resort nightlife. Snowshoe hikes or ski tours in the region.

on request

Il Fuorn, 7530 Zernez, T +41 81 856 12 26 info @,

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HOTEL PIZZERI A SELVA Zernez is perfect for exploring all of the Engadin, from the Swiss National Park to St. Moritz and Scuol – and the Hotel Pizzeria Selva makes the ideal base for family, sports and hiking holidays. Ofenpassstrasse 155, 7530 Zernez, T +41 81 856 12 85 info @,

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We offer a cosy restaurant with a regulars’ table, a small room seating around 30, a dining room for around 120, and a bar – plus homely single, double and family rooms, furnished in pine, all with shower/WC or bath/WC. 7530 Zernez, T +41 81 856 12 79 info @,


Management: Carlos and Teresa Nascimento mid-December up to end of April Price: DR 65–90 pp/BB Supplements: SR 15, HB 28 Children: price on request

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Management: Rico and Daniela Stupan-Vitalini December up to November Price: DR 70–120 pp/BB Supplements: SR 25–35, HB 30 Children: prices for children and family rooms on request


Management: Hagen Dix

Small hotel situated directly at the entrance to the Swiss National Park. Enjoy the fabulous cross-country ski trails and visit the 5 ski areas close by.

open all year

Bahnhofplatz, 7530 Zernez, T +41 81 856 11 26 info @,

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Management: family Mischol

Historic house in the old part of the village, near the castle. Rooms with pine décor and bath/shower/WC or basin. Near the sports centre, indoor pool, cross-country ski centre and National Park Centre. No credit cards.

Februar y up to March

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World-class cuisine Page 75

WORLD-CL ASS CUISINE Award-winning restaurants

The 13 villages are home to around 300 restaurants, of which 27 have been awarded with a total of 388 GaultMillau points and 9 Michelin stars. (As at November 2017)

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About 300 restaurants in Engadin St. Moritz invite you to culinary pleasures. The restaurants listed below have been awarded with GaultMillau points and /or Michelin stars. To get the whole diversity of the gastronomy in the Upper Engadin, go to /gastronomy or consult our Gastro Guide (November 2017 edition).

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The K by Tim Raue

Via Veglia 18 T +41 81 836 80 00, F +41 81 836 80 01

GaultMillau points Michelin stars

7500 St. Moritz Kulm Hotel

19 ** Michelin stars 13

The Pizzeria and Sunny Bar Hotel Carlton

Da Vittorio

Via Johannes Badrutt 11 T +41 81 836 70 00, F +41 81 836 70 01

18 * Michelin star

Talvo by Dalsass


Via Gunels 15, Champfèr T +41 81 833 44 55, F +41 81 833 05 69

18 * Michelin star

Kempinski Grand Hotel des Bains Restaurant Cà d’Oro

Via Mezdi 27 T +41 81 838 38 38, F +41 81 838 30 00

La Coupole/Matsuhisa

* Michelin star 14

Kempinski Badrutt’s Palace Hotel


Via Serlas 27 T +41 81 837 10 00, F +41 81 837 29 99

16 16 * Michelin star

IGNIV by Andreas Caminada Suvretta House

Grand Restaurant

Via Suvretta 22 T +41 81 836 36 36, F +41 81 836 37 37


Restaurant Chasellas


Via Suvretta 22 T +41 81 833 38 54, F +41 81 834 43 00


Crystal Hotel

Restaurant Grissini

Via Traunter Plazzas 1 T +41 81 836 26 26, F +41 81 836 26 27


Dal Mulin


Plazza dal Mulin 4 T +41 81 833 33 66


El Paradiso


Randolins T +41 81 833 40 02, F +41 81 833 80 19


Grand Hotel Kronenhof

Restaurant Kronenstübli

Via Maistra 134 T +41 81 830 30 30


Hotel Walther

Restaurant La Stüva

Via Maistra 215 T +41 81 839 36 36


Restaurant Stüvas Rosatsch

Via San Gian 7 T +41 81 837 01 01, F +41 81 837 01 00


7504 Pontresina

7505 Celerina Hotel Chesa Rosatsch

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Address Phone/fax number

E-mail Website

GaultMillau points Michelin stars

Giardino Mountain

Ecco St. Moritz

Via Maistra, Champfèr T +41 81 836 63 00, F +41 81 836 63 01

17 ** Michelin stars

Hotel Albana

Spunta Engiadina Restaurant Thailando

Via vers Mulins 5 T +41 81 838 78 78, F +41 81 838 78 79,

13 12

Restaurant Murtaröl


Hauptstrasse 3, Plaun da Lej T +41 81 826 53 50, F +41 81 826 59 59


Hotel Post

Stüva da la Posta

Via Runchet 4, Sils Maria T +41 81 838 44 44, F +41 81 838 44 00


La Padella

Plazzet 15 T +41 81 852 46 66



Bügl Suot T +41 81 851 16 16, F +41 81 851 16 00



Am Inn T +41 81 854 12 69, F +41 81 854 35 48



Via Castell 300 T +41 81 851 52 53


Restaurant Vivanda

Crusch Plantaun, Brail T +41 81 851 20 00, F +41 81 851 20 01

17 * Michelin star

Hotel or restaurant

7513 Silvaplana

7514 Sils

7503 Samedan Hotel Donatz

7502 Bever Hotel & Restaurant Chesa Salis 7522 La Punt Chamues-ch Hotel Gasthaus Krone

7524 Zuoz Hotel Castell

7527 Zernez In Lain Hotel Cadonau

Page 78 Holiday apartments

HOLIDAY APARTMENTS Book online quickly and easily

Book your dream holiday apartment online in four quick and easy steps Go to /apartments and follow the four steps! As varied as the Upper Engadin is the range of holiday apartments on offer in the region. The 13 villages have around 2,000 comfortable, fully furnished and equipped holiday apartments available for guests, suitable to meet every taste and requirement. About 500 of these apartments are bookable online. All rental properties are classified into categories according to the criteria of the Swiss Tourism Federation. The Engadin St. Moritz Tourism organisation won the Swiss Holiday Home Award in November 2016 for its outstanding services in the holiday home sector. The jury paid tribute to the high quality of care given to customer enquiries, the excellent cooperation with holiday home owners and especially the userfriendliness of the website.

You can see the varied choice available at: / apartments or T +41 81 830 00 01

Private lodgings, group accommodation Page 79


You can see the varied choice available at: / private-lodgings or T +41 81 830 00 01


You can see the varied choice available at: /groups or T +41 81 830 00 01

Page 80 Camping/mountain huts

CAMPSITES Camping sites open during winter

You can see the varied choice available at: / campsites or T +41 81 830 00 01


Address Phone number

E-mail Website

Number of tent sites

Opening times

Plauns 13 +41 81 842 62 85


mid-December to end of April


Punt Muragl +41 81 842 81 97


23.11.18 to mid-April 2019


Plazza Aviatica 27 +41 76 253 77 36

22 pitches 22 tents 9 bungalows

beginning of December to mid-April

Via Vallatscha +41 81 854 01 61


mid-December to mid-April

7504 Pontresina Camping Morteratsch

7503 Samedan

7523 Madulain Camping Madulain


You can see the varied choice available at: / mountain-lodges or T +41 81 830 00 01

Terms of contract and conditions of travel Page 81

Terms of contract and conditions of travel This catalogue was compiled by Engadin St. Moritz Tourismus AG on behalf of the service providers – hotels, airlines, etc. – listed therein.


01 Scope of these terms of contract and conditions of travel These terms of contract and conditions of travel govern the legal relationship between you and the service provider insofar as your contractual partner does not present terms and conditions at the time of booking. Unless expressly specified otherwise at the time of booking, your contract will be with the companies providing services, even if you place your booking through the Engadin St. Moritz Tourismus AG. In such cases, the Engadin St. Moritz Tourismus AG acts merely as an agent between you and the service provider; your contract is direct with the provider of the service booked.

02 Conclusion of contract and services provided Your contract with the service provider becomes legally binding when the booking office unconditionally confirms your booking. If the same booking office arranges other services and packages for you that are not booked from a publication of Engadin St. Moritz Tourismus AG, these terms of contract and conditions of travel shall not apply. The services provided will be as specified in the booking confirmation and in the details provided of the service on offer. Unless stated otherwise in the product description, your activity will begin at the location specified in the contract.

03 Prices and terms of payment All prices are quoted in Swiss francs and are to be paid in Swiss francs. Unless otherwise agreed in your booking or in the booking confirmation, the price of your trip shall be payable in full upon booking. If the price is not paid in full by the date due, your contractual partner shall be entitled to withhold services, to withdraw from the contract and to demand the cancellation costs listed in paragraph 05. Note that if you book your trip through a different booking office such as a travel agent, this booking office may make additional charges for advice, reservations, etc.

04 Price and programme changes The service providers and Engadin St. Moritz Tourismus AG are entitled to change the details of services and prices before a contract is signed. You will be informed of this at the time of booking. After the contract has been signed, prices can be increased up to three weeks prior to the beginning of your trip if the transport or accommodation costs, the charges for certain services or the exchange rate have increased. Changes to the programme and scope of services may also arise owing to unforeseen or unavoidable circumstances. Should any of the essential features of your trip change

considerably and if you cannot be offered an appropriate alternative, you have the right to cancel your booking. In these circumstances, price increases of more than 10% count as a considerable change. Unforeseen and unavoidable circumstances may necessitate a change of programme even after your trip has commenced. Your service provider will endeavour to provide appropriate alternatives in such cases. The Engadin St. Moritz Tourism Organisation will not refund any services not delivered and accepts no liability for programme changes.

05 Changes or cancellations requested by you If you wish to change your booking or to cancel your trip, you must notify the booking office directly. Any travel documents you have already received must be returned to the booking office at the same time. A service charge of CHF 60.– per person, max. CHF 120.– per order, will be levied for cancellations and changes (affecting names of travellers, dates, accommodation or additional services, etc.). If you cancel your trip or change your booking (name, date, accommodation, additional services, etc.) less than 31 days prior to departure, you will also be charged, in addition to any processing fee, for the following costs as a percentage of the total cost of your trip: • 30 to 15 days before departure 30% of the package price • 14 to 8 days before departure 50% of the package price • 7 to 1 days before departure 80% of the package price • on the day of departure and in the event of no-show 100% of the package price The critical date is that on which the booking office receives notice of your intentions; if that is a Saturday, Sunday or public holiday, the next working day shall apply.

06 Late arrival or early departure of your own accord You are responsible for arriving on time. Should you arrive late, you cannot claim a refund for any services you have missed owing to your late arrival. Should you depart early, your expenses will not be refunded.

Early departure or exclusion occasioned by the service provider The service provider is entitled to end the service/trip prematurely in the event of unforeseen or unavoidable circumstances that would render fulfilment of contract impossible, considerably more difficult or dangerous for those taking part. If no alternative is possible, the service provider shall be exempted from its obligation to fulfil the contract. Your claim to a refund in such cases shall be limited to unjust enrichment. The service provider can exclude participants from the trip if their actions or omissions justify such a step. In such a case, the cost of the package shall still be due in full and there shall be no refund for services not received. Any claims for compensation are excluded.

08 Liability Engadin St. Moritz Tourismus AG and the service providers accept no liability, to the extent provided for by law, for slight negligence on their own part or that of their agents. No liability is accepted for loss or damage to valuables, cameras/camcorders etc., fur coats or other expensive items of clothing, mobile phones, credit cards, cash and other valuable objects or for unlawful use of the same. For packages, liability for anything other than personal injury shall be limited to twice the cost of the package. The limitations to liability specified in paragraphs 04 to 07 also apply.

09 Travel insurance Participants are strongly advised to take out travel insurance to provide cover for cancellation or early departure, incl. accident or sickness.

10 Applicable law and jurisdiction The contract between you and the service providers or Engadin St. Moritz Tourismus AG is governed exclusively by Swiss law. Exclusive place of jurisdiction for any disputes arising will be St. Moritz, Switzerland.

Winter 2018 /2019 edition: Publisher: Engadin St. Moritz Tourismus AG Concept, layout and text:, Zurich, Switzerland Photographs : Engadin St.Moritz Mountains, Aestivation, Silvia Michel, Corvatsch AG, Gian Andri Giovanoli, Fabian Gattlen, Diavolezza Lagalb AG, Roman Lachner, Kur- und Verkehrsverein St. Moritz, AUDI FIS Alpine Ski World Cup St. Moritz, Cricket on Ice, Peter de Boeck, Filip Zuan, Göran Strand, Pontresina Tourismus, Stephan Müller, Renzo Ferretti,, Christoph Benz, Christof Sonderegger, Lucas Pitsch, Arnauld Delalande, Robert Bösch, Daniel Martinek, Stefan Sieber, Engadin Skimarathon, Beat Gamper, Suvretta House, Max Weiss, Talvo by Dalsass, Jugendherberge St. Moritz, Michel van Grondel, Camping Morteratsch, Christoph Niemann,, Andy Mettler, C3 Creative Code and Content GmbH, 3D Realit yMaps GmbH Prepress :, Zurich Printed by: Druckerei Landquart AG 1 st Print run: 1,700 copies Prices and services subject to change. © July 2018, Engadin St. Moritz Tourismus AG General terms and conditions : This catalogue has been compiled on behalf of the tourist service providers named within, in accordance with information supplied by them. Your contractual partner is specified in the relevant entr y and is responsible for the proper provision of any ser vices booked . Many ser vice providers operate their own general t e r m s a n d c on dit i on s th a t d e f in e contractual relations with you and s p e c if y th e li a bilit y of th e p rov i d e r. These general terms of business are binding for you when you m ake a booking. Prices and services described in this catalogue may be changed at any t ime. You will be infor med about any such changes at the time of making a booking. Outdoor activities : these activities may be cancelled or broken off at any time if weather conditions or other circumstances require. You may book services directly with the relevant p rov i d e r or v i a E ng a din St . Mor it z . If you book an activit y via Engadin St . Mor itz , the l at ter i s dealing purely as an intermediary between you and the ser vice provider. Your cont ra ct i s direct with the provider of the service booked. In case of disagreement or any question of liability, etc., you should re fe r dire c tl y t o th e re l e v a nt s e r v i c e provider. Engadin St. Moritz is not your contractual partner and accepts no responsibilit y for provision of the service booked. Only Swiss law is applicable. Any disputes arising hereunder will be settled before a competent court of law in St. Moritz, Switzerland.

MOUNTAIN R AILWAYS AND CABLEWAYS INCLUDED Take advantage of our attractive offer

Guests staying more than one night at a participating hotel enjoy free mountain railway transport. Details of all summer offers: or T +41 81 830 00 01

Key to hotel listings: Hotel Ski Pass available Public transport in the Upper Engadin included

E PostBus Bregaglia included è Public restaurant ! Terrace/Garden restaurant ( Bar x Parking spaces v Hotel garage z Central location ¡ Very quiet location D Suitable for families q Childcare provided * Special diet meals served | Wholefoods 4 Accessible for disabled people P Sauna/Solarium # Wellness area R Fitness room U Indoor swimming pool > Tennis courts ! Pets allowed Ç Non-smoking rooms @ Internet access in the room Recharging station for electric cars


Number of beds Number of rooms



double room


single room


Room with breakfast




full-board all prices in CHF & incl. guest tax prices are per person/night all prices for children apply to children sleeping in parents’ room


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