Luxury Ski Chalets St Moritz
Enjoy a luxury ski holiday in St Moritz with our exclusive collection of luxury chalets.
Luxury Ski Holidays in St Moritz
Situated in the Engadine Valley in Switzerland, St Moritz ski resort is one of the most exclusive destinations in the world with high-altitude skiing and spectacular panoramic views. Luxury chalets and hotels in St Moritz are in abundance alongside five-star mountain restaurants and designer shops attracting a variety of international visitors throughout the year.
Accommodating all types of skiers, St Moritz resort boasts 350 km of snow-sure slopes and 220 km of scenic cross country trails, not to mention plenty of challenging off-piste terrain and panoramic ski touring routes for adventurous types.
Aside from skiing, St Moritz offers a wide variety of winter sports and activities, from the exhilarating Cresta Run and Olympia Bobsleigh track to more sedate adventures such as winter walking, snowshoe hikes, curling, tobogganing and ice skating. During your luxury holiday in St Moritz, you can explore a number of museums and art galleries too.
Viewed as one of the most luxurious ski resorts in the world, St Moritz offers an action-packed winter calendar of events throughout the season including the famous White Turf horse racing meetings which take place on the frozen lake in February. St Moritz holidays are equally popular in summer with various festivals, water sports, hiking, mountain biking and sporting competitions on offer.
Luxury Chalets & Apartments in St Moritz
Leo Trippi has a long history within the resort and therefore boasts the finest selection of St Moritz chalet rentals including many off-market homes that are exclusive to us. With an office right in the heart of St Moritz and unrivalled relationships with local partners, we are able to offer an unmatched holiday experience in this leading Swiss resort.
St Moritz is divided into three main bases around the lake, with Dorf on the shore of the lake being the main hub. This is where you will find the pick of the shops, bars and restaurants as well as many of the best luxury chalets in St Moritz. Just 2 km away is St Moritz Bad, a lower-key yet still popular area of the resort. The third area is the exclusive hamlet of Suvretta, around a five-minute drive from the heart of the ski resort, and home to some of the larger St Moritz ski chalets.
There are plenty of alternative areas to stay in wider St Moritz, including the traditional village of Celerina which has a strong Italian following. There’s also Silvaplana with its famous lake and Surlej close to the Corvatsch ski area.
La Punt is home to some beautiful 16th and 17th century Albertini houses whilst the larger village of Pontresina offers a quieter alternative to St. Moritz. All of these areas exude their own alpine charm and have a variety of luxury chalets rentals to choose from.
Skiing in St Moritz
St Moritz ski area totals 350 km and is spread across three main sectors: Corviglia-Piz Nair, Corvatsch-Furtschellas and Diavolezza-Lagalb. The sectors are not lift connected and only Corviglia can be reached directly from St. Moritz.
St Moritz skiing offers plenty of opportunities to learn and benefits from some excellent ski schools. However, it is not the most convenient resort for beginners, with areas dotted across the mountain at Corviglia, Salastrains and Celerina.
Skiing in St Moritz is paradise for intermediates with easy, well-groomed red runs on Corviglia, perfect for high-speed cruising. There are enough demanding slopes dotted around each sector to keep expert skiers happy, from the World Cup downhill course at Corviglia to the testing terrain found on Diavolezza and Lagalb. Seasoned skiers and snowboarders can also enjoy some excellent off-piste adventures.
Guaranteed snow cover combined with diverse landscape means that St Moritz cross country skiing is also extremely popular. Those up for a challenge can tackle the demanding 42 km Engadin Ski Marathon route from Maloja to S-chanf. For a gentler pace, glide across the frozen lakes of Silsersee, Silvaplanersee or Champfèrersee.
For more information on St Moritz skiing read our full guide.
Eating & Drinking in St Moritz
Whilst you may want to make the most of the cuisine on offer in your catered chalet in St Moritz, the resort is in fact a gourmet’s delight with one in ten restaurants awarded a world-class restaurant rating. St Moritz restaurants include Michelin-star dining spots such as Da Vittorio at the Carlton Hotel and IGNIV by Andreas Caminada at Badrutt's Palace Hotel. The best St Moritz mountain restaurants include El Paradiso and Alpetta, positoned halfway down the Chastelets slope. In town, you can find a variety of restaurants specialising in authentic Swiss and Italian cuisine.
St Moritz apres ski is characterised by upmarket venues serving afternoon tea or chic wine bars with an extensive array of wines to choose from. There are livelier options too; Hemingway Club is something of a cult whilst Kings Social House at Badrutt's Palace and Hotel is the place to be seen.
A Perfect Day in St Moritz
1. Wake up in your St Moritz chalet and enjoy a steaming mug of coffee whilst admiring the views from your balcony.
2. Take the funicular from town up to Corvigilia and cruise down the south-facing slopes.
3. Try out a few tricks at the Corviglia Snow Park which includes kickers, rails and boxes with lines to suit all levels.
4. Stop for a long lunch at one of the many mountain restaurants in St Moritz.
5. After lunch swap yous skis for skates and try your hand at curling or figure skating.
6. Head back to your luxury chalet in St Moritz and put your feet up before heading out into town for a glass of wine or a spot of dinner.
Location & Map
St Moritz is located in the canton of Grisons (Graubünden) in the Engadine valley and is easily reached from Zurich and Milan airports by car and train.
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