Kulm Hotel St. Moritz

With its prime location 1,856 m above sea level, the Kulm Hotel St. Moritz offers the very best views of Lake St. Moritz. Guests at this historic hotel, situated in the heart of the village, can soak in the incomparable atmosphere and enjoy the tradition of hospitality that goes back over 160 years, while enjoying modern comfort at the 5-star superior level.

Visitors go to the Engadin following the call of the mountains; they are attracted by the natural beauty and unique light that are characteristic of this region. At St. Moritz you can really leave the rest of the world behind and enjoy discovering this beautiful Alpine region. Here, at one of the world’s most glamorous resorts, we take care of your personal well-being with commitment, experience, and cordiality. St. Moritz is one of the most famous resorts in the world. Its name is protected as a quality brand and stands worldwide for style, elegance and class. Alpine lifestyle at its best. The ambience is cosmopolitan and the famous St. Moritz sun, which shines an average of 322 days a year, is simply legendary.

Kulm Hotel, St. MoritzFeel the sun on your face and the powdery snow under your skis all day long: on 350 kilometres of slopes. Corviglia, the “backyard mountain” of St. Moritz, along with the Corvatsch and Diavolezza ski resorts, all offer you an exceptional skiing experience. In fact it’s easy to imagine yourself as a world champion on these slopes! In addition, the numerous restaurants, ski huts and snow bars serve everything from light meals to fine dining and plenty of après ski fun. From two nights, guests receive a ski pass for CHF 35.  In February 2017, the Alpine Ski World Championship will take place in St. Moritz. For the Engadin, this will be the fifth World Cup, following on from the events in 1934, 1948, 1974 and 2003.

As the birthplace of the winter holiday, the Kulm Hotel St. Moritz has been known for its “firsts” since its establishment in 1864. Switzerland’s first electric light was switched on here in 1879, and the first Winter Olympics, staged in1928, was opened in the Kulm Park. Today the hotel’s modern amenities and contemporary comfort gracefully complement the splendid Gründerzeit-style interior.