Switzerland: Grand Hotel des Bains Kempinski

Beautifully set within an iconic building dating from 1864, this five-star hotel is directly next to the highest-altitude therapeutic springs in Switzerland.
Timelessly elegant is the best way to describe Grand Hotel des Bains Kempinski’s 184 rooms and 44 suites. The largest of which is the two-level 320m² Presidential Suite with its separate entrance. Being located at the foot of the Signalbahn cable car and the legendary Hahnensee ski run offers guests unrivalled access to the slopes of the Engadin Valley, while the cross-country trails in the hotel park lead directly to the frozen lake, snow-covered forests and idyllic valleys.

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An unforgettable culinary journey can be taken via the one-Michelin-star and 17-Gault Millau points accredited gourmet restaurant, Cà d’Oro. The creations of executive chef Matthias Schmidberger and his team skilfully play with texture, consistency and flavour while reflecting a passion for European culinary art. Restaurant Enoteca impresses with Mediterranean-inspired dishes and a culinary experience awarded with 14 Gault Millau points. Soft music, some of the finest cocktails and a menu composed of the classics, traditional afternoon tea, sushi and Indian cuisine set the tone for St Moritz, the hotel’s Lobby Bar.

After a day spent exploring the great outdoors, the hotel’s Alpine spa is the ideal place for guests to enjoy being pampered. It includes an extensive sauna area, various relaxation rooms, a separate ladies’ spa, an indoor pool, a gym, treatment rooms, Kneipp baths and an Alpine garden. Guests can even have a taste of history by trying a glass of the mineral-rich Mauritius spring water directly from the source. This brings the hotel back to the original idea of the spa: sanus per aquam (health through water).

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