Carlton Hotel St. Moritz

The Carlton Hotel St. Moritz has a long and colorful history: In 1913, the doors of this impressive building were opened for the first time. At Christmas of the same year the hotel welcomed its first guests as the fifth five star hotel in this elegant holiday resort, which was already well known at the time. The Carlton Hotel St. Moritz is a world renowned hotel in one of the most prestigious ski resorts in the world, at an altitude of 1856 a.s.l.. The popular cosmopolitan destination is famous for its elegant, exquisite and exclusive atmosphere, offering the ideal setting for your winter holidays. After being built, the major refurbishment let to 60 gorgeous Junior Suites and Suites with lake view.

Carlton Hotel St. MoritzAccording to legend the property was originally planned as summer residence for the czar Nicolaj II., grandson of the czar Alexander II. However, it seems this was never confirmed; on the contrary, it seems in fact, this was a fantastical story made up by a former owner, hoping to raise the profile of the Carlton. In today’s media world, you would most probably call this a genius PR-story – especially as the connection between the hotel and the czar was never eliminated completely. And also because Carlo Rampazzi, supervising interior designer for the complete refurbishment in 2006/2007, used the Russian legend as his artistic inspiration, despite knowing that it was not more than a legend.

The interior of the Carlton Hotel St. Moritz bears the distinctive signature of interior designer Carlo Rampazzi and his trademark use of the finest materials. The spacious suites combine light and space, shapes and colors, the timeless and the contemporary to create the perfect setting for a memorable stay. With its refurbishment as a boutique hotel with 60 junior suites and suites the Carlton Hotel redefined the notion of personalized luxury. The suites exclusively remodeled and refurbished by interior designer Carlo Rampazzi offer the highest standard of comfort and a superlative use of light and space. All 60 suites look out onto the frozen lake of St. Moritz and the alpine panorama beyond.

Carlton Hotel St. MoritzDiscover a sense of wellness for your body, mind and soul, combined with incomparable views of the St. Moritz mountain panorama at the Carlton Spa. Set out on three floors and more than 1200 m2 of luxuriously appointed amenities, designed to transport you to new levels of well-being, the Carlton Spa offers luxury spa amenities spread over 1200 m² and three floors: Indoor and outdoor pool with a variety of water features, sports pool, relaxation area and sun terrace, Sauna area with steam bath, caldarium, Finnish sauna and separate ladies’ sauna, hydro-massage showers and ice fountain, outdoor area (in winter with Kneipp trail in the snow), Lounge with fireplace and quiet room, Private Spa Suite (35 m²) with whirlpool, sauna, Dornbracht Rainsky shower with light therapy, relaxation and treatment areas as well as flat-screen TV and DVD player, Six individually appointed treatment rooms for massage, baths and beauty treatments as well as manicure and pedicure, fitness centre with state-of-the-art Technogym machines, Hair salon, solarium, consultation and retail areas.

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