Kempinski Grand Hotel des Bains

Set at the eastern entrance to St. Moritz, the hotel has fine views of the Engadine valley.

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The 184 luxurious rooms and suites are thoughtfully designed and equipped with the latest technology, including an entertainment centre, while the bathrooms have under-floor heating in winter. Each room or suite, from the cosy Single to the Presidential Suite, has impressive mountain views and interconnecting rooms can be arranged.

The first-rate spa complex, based around the natural mineral springs that rise by the hotel, offers a range of health and beauty treatments, including the ultimate half day Alpine Vitality treatment. There is also a state-of-the-art gym, sauna, steambaths, massage service and an indoor pool with a view of the surrounding mountains.

The Kempinski has two excellent restaurants offering gourmet Swiss, Italian and international cuisine. The Kempinski Bar and Lobby serves perfectly chilled Champagne and patisserie, and the chic 'Enoteca' bar serves 'alpine tapas' and fine wines. The Cresta Run and St. Moritz' designer boutiques are within easy reach, and the hotel has its own casino.

Guests have direct access to the pistes via the Signal cable car just next door, and a cross country ski trail passes right in front of the hotel.

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Guests also have access to the Kempinski Mountain Lounge at the Corviglia mountain station, where you can enjoy lunch and the panoramic views.

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