The Le Restaurant exudes a glamorous and soothing atmosphere at the same time. Made for a candlelight dinner. The service is the way you are barely familiar with anymore. And the kitchen? Is proud that guests can order what they want - no matter whether it is on the menu. In Winter a harpist plays for breakfast. Unique. Dress Code: Jacket required. Tie desired.
Although a little looser in dress code and service, the Le Relais can still be considered as the counterpart to Le Restaurant for lunch. Stylish, elegant and at the same time traditional. With fantastic views of the Lake St. Moritz. Dress Code: Smart Casual
Child-friendly, in the heart of the Palace Wellness and lovingly decorated in a classic Engadine style. This is the restaurant La Diala. La Diala means »mountain fairy« in Romansh and symbolizes the connection to nature. The cuisine is light, smart and balanced. In summer and winter the sun terrace invites you to dream. Dress Code: No Dress Code
Le Grand Hall
Le Grand Hall has always been known as the living room of St. Moritz. And rightly so. Nowhere else does the grand and breathtaking architecture of Badrutt's Palace Hotel become more apparent, than in the legendary and splendid lobby, which acts as a catwalk for the rich and beautiful of this world. While savouring the special glamour and caviar with sparkling champagne or having high-tea with good friends, it is the place to see and be seen.
The traditional Renaissance Bar - Vintage Cigar Lounge of Badrutt’s Palace Hotel is unique in scintillating St. Moritz and promises an inviting and elegant ambience for cigar and whisky conoisseurs at any time of the day. The very comfortable seating is a prerequisite for casual meetings and just relaxing. You can let your mind wander while enjoying a legendary Bellini, a classic drink or a cocktail creation or even savour rarities from the cigar and whisky selection.
Comfortable - and always busy. The atmosphere is as it must be in a pizzeria. Relaxed. If there is no table available, the guest is placed in the Polo Bar for an aperitif. For all newcomers the truffle pizza is an absolute »must«. Please note that we welcome our guests for two seatings with respective arrival times. Dress Code: Smart Casual
The Chesa Veglia cannot deny its origin as a farmhouse. It is still rustic today. But just so popular. Numerous celebrities return because they love its cozyness. The Patrizier Stuben convey the soothing atmosphere of a chalet. Matched by Swiss specialties on offer - and much more. Dress Code: Smart Casual
The Grill Chadafö is considered the noblest of the three restaurants of the Chesa Veglia - and nothing for vegetarians. Those who come nevertheless, listen to the pianist. Or enjoy the rustic atmosphere. When entering the restaurant, you will pass the original stone oven, which is still in use for preparation of grilled specialties. So fine. Dress Code: Smart Casual (only open in winter)
La Coupole/Matsuhisa@Badrutt's Palace: The glass dome is the main feature of the restaurant and eponym at the same time; Matsuhisa the premium brand of Japanese celebrity chef Nobu. At the end of 2014, he opened the hotspot among all restaurants in St. Moritz. In the former first tennis hall in Europe. 108 seats. Cocktail & sushi bar and a private dining room. Please note that we welcome our guests for two seatings with respective arrival times. Dress Code: Smart Casual (only open in winter)
IGNIV by Andreas Caminada@Badrutt's Palace
The second »Fine-Dining-Sharing-Experience-Nest« by Andreas Caminada opened it's door in St. Moritz. At IGNIV by Andreas Caminada@Badrutt's Palace takes the sharing of time, enjoyment and culinary again the center stage. Get surprised and seduced by the charm of the new IGNIV.