St. Moritz’s architecture is a clash of distinctive styles and epochs – a unique manifestation of Alpine extravagance.

Badrutt‘s Palace

At Badrutt’s Palace Hotel, exquisite luxury meets first-class service and limitless enjoyment.

St. Moritz Station

St. Moritz Station, right on the lake, is the terminus of both the Albula and Bernina railways and is a so-called system-change station.

Chesa Futura

True to the motto “Nomen est omen”, the Chesa Futura delights with its avant-garde structure and design.

Chesa Veglia

This charming Engadin farmhouse dates back to 1658. It now offers three restaurants and two bars, some of the most popular in St. Moritz.

Cresta Run Clubhouse

The clubhouse of the St. Moritz Tobogganing Club (Cresta Run) was designed by the architect Annibale Fiocchi and completed in 1962.

Forum Paracelsus

The Forum Paracelsus brings the history of the St. Moritz healing springs to life through listening stations and touchscreens.


The striking building with its beautiful frescoed facade has been the home of sweet treats for four generations, with specialties and chocolates prepared with love and care based on traditional recipes.

Kulm Hotel

The first hotel in St. Moritz dates back to 1856 and is considered the cradle of winter tourism.

Kulm Country Club

The Kulm Country Club is a memento of the 1928 and 1948 Olympic Winter Games and is a protected site.


The Oscar-Niemeyer House is the only building in Switzerland by the famous Brazilian architect, who is considered the pioneer of modern Brazilian architecture.

Olympic Bob Run

The Olympic Bob Run from St. Moritz to Celerina is the only natural ice bob run in the world.


From the outside pools featuring massage jets and breathtaking views over the mountains, to the large bubbling hot tubs, all the way to the 25-metre pool, the wellbeing centre is the perfect place to unwind and relax.

Reine Victoria

From the theatre and the dining salon to the 144 rooms, the Hotel Reine Victoria enchants with its stylish and classic ambiance.

Leaning Tower

A 12th-century landmark that was part of the St. Mauritius Church, which was demolished in 1890.


The St. Moritz archive, centrally located on the Schulhausplatz (schoolhouse square), is home to the community’s memories, documenting its history, present, and development.

Segantini Museum

The Segantini Museum, which opened in 1908, houses the largest and most important collection of the Italian artist Giovanni Segantini.

Museum Engiadinais

The centrepiece of our museum with its 21 exhibition rooms is its historical interiors, which date from five different centuries: wood-panelled living rooms or “stüvas” from the Engadine and surrounding areas, a magnificent room from the Valtellina region, an impressive kitchen, and a beautiful bedroom.

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