What We Love
- Heated lockers at the onsite Ski Center
- The Teddy Club, a children’s-only restaurant, serves kid-friendly dishes named after Disney characters
- Traditional raclette and fondue at the onsite Swiss restaurant, Stube
- Its very own skating rink
What To Know
- After 7 p.m., men are required to wear jackets and ties in the lobby and Grand Restaurant
- The iconic Russian ballet dancer, Nijinsky, gave his very last performance here
- There is a ski school onsite
- The resort’s clay tennis courts offer unobstructed Lake Champfer views
When this legendary St. Moritz haunt emerged from a multi-million dollar facelift in 2017, a reverence for its mid-century beginnings—reclaimed parquet flooring, handcrafted rugs, rich wood paneling, embroidered cushions—became abundantly clear. The newfound elegance at this cosmopolitan snowcapped oasis, which is still owned by the fourth generation of founder Anton Bon’s family, is sophisticated and understated: layouts in all 181 guest rooms were refigured to maximize views of the surrounding woodlands and mountains. Other thoughtful touches are additional reminders of the property’s old-world loyalties. A sign across from the concierge desk displays daily menus for the resort’s restaurants, for example, while a gentle live piano serenades guests in the hotel’s lobby, which serves up a proper English tea spread complete with house-baked scones and lemon curd. That being said, you don’t have to look far for up-to-the-minute embellishments: Prada uniforms, worn by the ace instructors at the acclaimed ski school, and the fully kitted out ski shop, are undeniably modern.
In the Area
With its private ski lift, this hotel, perched nearly 6,000 feet above sea level, offers seamless access to the Engadine Valley’s cross-country ski trails, winter walking paths, and world-class piste. Though you’ll find very little residual pomp from St. Moritz here, the resort town’s glamorous heart, reachable by a free shuttle bus, is just a mile away. In addition to its slew of outdoor activities, the Valley holds an epic horse racing event and a snow golf tournament. Up the ante on your adventures by renting the hotel’s newest amenity, a forest-green Tesla, which all hotel guests have access to.
How to Get There
Wonderful Suvretta House was our home for a week in January and was fantastic. Service exemplary in every department, nothing too much trouble. Food as good as you will find anywhere served in the most beautiful rooms you can imagine. Old fashioned is the best description but in a good way. Ski room and services state of the art, the whole package is a great experience I highly recommend.
The signature car in which you're picked up sets the tone-- respect for the history of the place, but well refurbished. Ok, you are a bit outside of the main drag-- but you can walk to the shops or ask for a ride. Restaurants are excellent. Service smooth. But the best touch was when the owner thanked us for coming as he helped us on our way. Bravo!
We attended a conference at the hotel--the setting was magnificent and the facilities were top notch.
Everything about the conference was well planned and well executed. The Hotel worked seamlessly with the conference organizers to provide the ambiance necessary for a successful event.
The lobby is vast and cozy with awe inspiring views--lots of spots for work or small meetings or a quiet drink. There is a cigar lounge as well as a pool table.
Lunches in the dining room were above 5 star. The selection of delicious and healthy foods were exceptional and included wild game, home made ice cream, pastas and many other choices. This buffet will likely top any buffet that you have experienced.
The Hotel served as base camp for the conference attendees--they have an excellent ski service and were very helpful with taxis and other logistics. There are great walking trails and lifts are close by--the snow was off the charts--do the night skiing--incredible 4.2 km slope with wonderful fondue dinner at the top. When I inadvertently left my overcoat at the coat check they graciously sent it back the same day for a nominal cost.
For everyone who is lucky enough to visit Suvretta House it will likely be a pinnacle experience.
Beautiful property with amazing service. Very convenient location and access for skiing. Ski shop and rental built into hotel. Rooms are all well appointed. Very large bathrooms. Food was great. Pool and hot tub was a bit crowded so didn’t use it.
Beautiful place to spend a few days learning to ski. Knowledgeable and friendly ski instructors. The best part was it was family oriented and catered to all ages. Kids loved it and the team are super friendly, caring and helpful. The best ski instructor at Suvretta ski school is Jaqueline Bucher, if you have young kids, request for her ,she is so patient ,polite and has a wonderful way of explaining to the young ones , so that they understand and catch on quickly.