St. Moritz is one of the most exclusive and luxury ski resorts in the world.
Good gourmet food restaurants, lovely hotels and great skiing.
Like Zermatt, the area began to attract tourists for winter sports from the 1860s onwards, but this resort has more of a town feel.
It was the first in the Alps to install electric trams and the first place in Switzerland to open a ski school.
Gourmet Dining in St. Moritz
The Michelin-star restaurant at the Kempinski sets the scene for what to expect when you dine out in St. Moritz.
85 restaurants in the town, and there’s nearly a further 100 restaurants to choose from in the wider Engadine Valley.
Be sure to try some of the local Swiss cuisine which is available in a large selection of restaurants.
Italian, International, French, and a variety of European cuisines are available too.
How to get to St. Moritz
The fastest way to get to St. Moritz is by air.
There’s a small airport in Samedan which is about 20 minutes from the resort, and you can get flights from Zurich, Geneva, Milan, and a few other cities.
The other way is to fly to Zurich and take the train from there.
This way you will enjoy some wonderful scenery as you travel.
Coming by train does mean a change of trains in Chur but from there they depart hourly to the town until about 9pm.