Hotel Kulm, St. Moritz

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5.0 out of 5 based on 4 reviews
Really good food and drinks, we liked the breakfast and the dinner was great too, we ate in the pizzeria and also the other restaurant which had Michelin style food. The staff were friendly and our room was very spacious. Our stay was good all round, really like the skiing here, lots of good photo opportunities... + more
Michael Gray, Croydon
5 out of 5
We love a bit of pedigree, and this hotel has it by the snow-dusted, mink-fringed bucketload. Dating back to 1864, this grande dame has upped the ante with a spanking-new 21-square-foot spa overlooking the twinkling resort and the Engadine Valley. The spa is built from pale-grey granite, white spruce and larch ... + more
Tatler
5 out of 5
This is the mothership, the original Alpine grande dame. The story goes that in 1864 local hotelier Johannes Badrutt bet his British summer guests that they’d love St Moritz in winter; if not, he’d cover the cost of their holiday. He won the bet and created winter tourism. Clever chap. His original hotel has ... + more
Gabriella Le Breton, Tatler
5 out of 5
This place isn't one of those sleek, chic pantheons of minimalist style. Far from it. Instead, it is wonderfully cosy in a way that only family-run, family-friendly Swiss hotels can be. This is a hotel where you can take your granny, your mother and your toddler, and everyone will be happy. It's not small (ther... + more
Condé Nast Traveller
5 out of 5
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Accommodation
Half Board
Flights Included
Transfers
No Lift Pass
No Ski Rental
No Boot Rental
No Ski School

Overview - hotel description - Hotel Kulm description

The Kulm is a traditional 'grand' hotel with uninterrupted views of the Engadine valley. It offers high standards of service and cuisine, beautifully furnished public rooms, and excellent 'spa' facilities.


Families - any extra notes for parents with children

Family friendly facilities: • Baby sitting - day • Baby sitting - evening • Highchairs in the restaurant • Hotel Family friendly • Early meals available in restaurant • Child's menu • Games room • Hotel Kindergarten • Cots and linen • Play room

Family friendly facilities - additional info: Baby sitting available on request and at a supplement.


Facilities - Hotel Kulm features

  • ‘Kulm Spa St.Moritz’ with indoor pool, whirlpool, Bio and Finnish saunas, salt grotto, steambath, kneipp and fitness room (free), beauty treatments, massage, solarium and private sauna (pay locally)
  • Hairdresser
  • Ice skating rink
  • Opulent lounge with open fireplace
  • Elegant dining room
  • Rustic à la carte pizzeria
  • Gourmet à la carte restaurant ‘The K’
  • Cosy ‘Altitude’ bar with pianist each evening
  • Occasional bridge hostess
  • Wi-Fi throughout (free)
  • Lift

Facilities: • Internet access

Special attractions:

  • Enjoying a central, yet quiet location with lovely views over the frozen lake
  • 5 minutes' walk from the Corviglia funicular and Chanterella lifts
  • A free shuttle service is offered by the hotel to and from the lifts between 8.30-11.30am and 2.30-4.30pm
  • Swiss Short Breaks available from 3 nights upwards - includes free 1st class rail upgrade, book by 31 October 2013

Room Types - bathrooms beds & sleeping

  • 173. All rooms have bath, telephone, satellite TV, hairdryer and minibar
  • North and south-facing twin rooms
  • Junior suites, on request, have south-facing balcony and a sitting area. Single rooms are also on request

Meals - food and drink in Hotel Kulm

  • Buffet breakfast
  • Excellent 6 course evening meal with choice (dark jacket and tie are required)
  • Guests can dine in the main formal restaurant, or in the more informal 'Salon Vert'
  • Guests dining à la carte within the hotel receive a credit of up to Sfr45
  • Superb Christmas, New Year gala dinners with entertainment programme included (dark suit or dinner jacket required)

No of restaurants: 1

Dinner: • Dress Code: Jacket and tie required after 8pm

Special dietary requirements catered for: • Gluten Free • Vegan • Vegetarian

We update Hotel Kulm's details often, but facilities do change. e.g. some extras listed by the supplier as "free" or included might only be for the first time you use them, or for one time per party, then charged for further use. If any specific feature is essential to your holiday, make sure you ask us to confirm the details of it before you book your holiday.

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Sat 09 Dec 201709/12/17
Sold Out 
Sat 16 Dec 201716/12/17
Sold Out 
Sat 06 Jan 201806/01/18
£1212
Sun 07 Jan 201807/01/18
£1107
Mon 08 Jan 201808/01/18
£1107
Tue 09 Jan 201809/01/18
£1107
Wed 10 Jan 201810/01/18
£1107
Thu 11 Jan 201811/01/18
£1107
Fri 12 Jan 201812/01/18
£1107
Sat 13 Jan 201813/01/18
£1129
Sun 14 Jan 201814/01/18
£1129
Mon 15 Jan 201815/01/18
£1129
Tue 16 Jan 201816/01/18
£1248
Wed 17 Jan 201817/01/18
£1248
Thu 18 Jan 201818/01/18
£1248
Fri 19 Jan 201819/01/18
£1248
Sat 20 Jan 201820/01/18
£1248
Sun 21 Jan 201821/01/18
£1129
Mon 22 Jan 201822/01/18
£1129
Tue 23 Jan 201823/01/18
£1129
Wed 24 Jan 201824/01/18
£1129
Thu 25 Jan 201825/01/18
£1129
Fri 26 Jan 201826/01/18
£1129
Sat 27 Jan 201827/01/18
£1129
Sun 28 Jan 201828/01/18
£1129
Mon 29 Jan 201829/01/18
£1129
Tue 30 Jan 201830/01/18
£1129
Wed 31 Jan 201831/01/18
£1129
Sat 03 Feb 201803/02/18
Sold Out 
Sat 10 Feb 201810/02/18
Sold Out 
Sat 17 Feb 201817/02/18
Sold Out 
Sat 24 Feb 201824/02/18
available Manchester, Dover Ferry(Self drive), Folkestone Eurotunnel(Self drive)
Sun 25 Feb 201825/02/18
£1152
Mon 26 Feb 201826/02/18
£1152
Tue 27 Feb 201827/02/18
£1152
Wed 28 Feb 201828/02/18
£1152
Thu 01 Mar 201801/03/18
£1152
Fri 02 Mar 201802/03/18
£1152
Sat 03 Mar 201803/03/18
£1152
Sun 04 Mar 201804/03/18
£1152
Mon 05 Mar 201805/03/18
£1152
Tue 06 Mar 201806/03/18
£1152
Wed 07 Mar 201807/03/18
£1152
Thu 08 Mar 201808/03/18
£1152
Fri 09 Mar 201809/03/18
£1152
Sat 10 Mar 201810/03/18
£1129
Sun 11 Mar 201811/03/18
£1129
Mon 12 Mar 201812/03/18
£1129
Tue 13 Mar 201813/03/18
£1129
Wed 14 Mar 201814/03/18
£1129
Thu 15 Mar 201815/03/18
£1129
Fri 16 Mar 201816/03/18
£1129
Sat 17 Mar 201817/03/18
£1107
Sun 18 Mar 201818/03/18
£1107
Mon 19 Mar 201819/03/18
£1107
Tue 20 Mar 201820/03/18
£1107
Wed 21 Mar 201821/03/18
£1107
Thu 22 Mar 201822/03/18
£1107
Fri 23 Mar 201823/03/18
£1107
Sat 24 Mar 201824/03/18
£1113£1107
Sun 25 Mar 201825/03/18
£1107
Mon 26 Mar 201826/03/18
£1107
Tue 27 Mar 201827/03/18
£1107
Wed 28 Mar 201828/03/18
£1107
This package holiday to Hotel Kulm in St. Moritz, Switzerland departs Sunday 7th January 2018, for a 3 night stay on a "half board" board basis. A local tourist tax (Taxe de Sejour or Kurtaxe) is levied by many councils in European ski resorts. It varies by standard and type of accommodation and is age dependent, so not everyone is charged. It's not included in the basic price of your holiday and is usually paid locally. For reference, the average charged in winter 15/16 was between 50p and £2 per person, per night.
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Resort - about St. Moritz - about holidays in St. Moritz - about ski holidays in St. Moritz - about ski holidays in St. Moritz Switzerland

Stylish town centre High-altitude glacier skiing Glamorous après-ski

St Moritz is THE original ski town, having seen the start of winter tourism way back in 1864. One of the world’s high society resorts, it’s more exclusive than Zermatt but without the bling of Courchevel. With multiple ski areas and stonkingly pretty sights, it has to be skied at least once.

Beginner Intermediate Advanced Snowboard

Great for Late-season skiing Non-skiers Couples

St. Moritz webcam

Snow Report: Top 30cm, Bottom 10cm

Snow Forecast: 3cm expected this week

Snow History: November average depth 32.17cm

St. Moritz trail map

Approx. airport transfer times depend on conditions:

Zürich (ZRH)200km, 3h
Milan (MXP)175km, 3h
Basel (BSL)280km, 4h
Region:Switzerland, Alps.
First opened:1864

St. Moritz lift pass price last reported as 365 CHF (adult 6 day). Ask for a quote when booking Hotel Kulm.
Night skiing: Yes
St. Moritz has NSEW facing slopes.
Usually open for skiing October-June.

Town altitude: 1856m
Top of slopes: 3303m
Bottom of piste: 1716m
Vertical drop: 1587m
Total length of trails:350km
Longest piste:10 km glacier descent (Diavolezza – Morteratsch)
Nestled away in the South-Western corner of Switzerland, sitting in the majestic Upper Engadine valley, you’ll find the glamorous resort of St. Moritz. It’s easy to see why the town has been attracting the rich and famous for centuries (visitors such as Friedrich Nietzsche, Coco Chanel, Hugh Grant and Kate Moss), with beautiful scenery over the surrounding lakes and pine forests, as well as stunning views of the 4000m peaks stretching into Italy. The area is also famous for its dry and sunny weather, averaging...
There’s a long history of skiing here; the Swiss Ski School was the first ski school in Switzerland and has been running since 1929. Don’t let the fragmentation of the resort’s four ski areas put you off. Corviglia is big enough to keep many visitors entertained all holiday. It’s accessible by funicular from St. Moritz Dorf, or gondola from St. Moritz Bad, with runs back down to both parts of the town. The other areas tend to be wonderfully quiet even in peak season, thanks to the slight extra effort it take...
The après-ski in St. Moritz is famous the world over for its classy bars and high-profile clientele; party with royalty at King’s Club till sunrise, or go dancing at the stylish Diamond Club. It’s true that there’s an air of exclusivity, and there are certainly some members-only clubs (ever heard of the infamous Dracula’s Ghost Rider’s Club?); however there’s a real variety of places and you’re sure to find somewhere to suit your taste. For something bit more low-key, head to The Devil's Place, a quirky...

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"Will definitely book again!"

Michael Gray, Croydon
5/ out of 5
Really good food and drinks, we liked the breakfast and the dinner was great too, we ate in the pizzeria and also the other restaurant which had Michelin style food. The staff were friendly and our room was very spacious. Our stay was good all round, really like the skiing here, lots of good photo opportunities and the snow was ok considering it was mid/early December. The good thing about coming this time of year is that it was nice and festive in the build up to Christmas. We got chatting to some people in the Whisky Bar and were invited to try the Cresta run which is a toboggan run where the speed goes up to 80mph! The free transfer service between the hotel and the lifts was useful. We are already looking to book the same hotel again. Without a doubt a 5 SNO-flake rating. Absolutely fantastic holiday.

"Kulm Hotel St Moritz"

Tatler
5/ out of 5
We love a bit of pedigree, and this hotel has it by the snow-dusted, mink-fringed bucketload. Dating back to 1864, this grande dame has upped the ante with a spanking-new 21-square-foot spa overlooking the twinkling resort and the Engadine Valley. The spa is built from pale-grey granite, white spruce and larch wood (said to lower blood pressure), and its simple, modern look, with a whiff of the clinical, could not be more different to the rest of the hotel’s super-trad decor. High points are a steamy outdoor infinity pool overlooking Lake Moritz, an indoor pool with underwater music, and top-notch personal coaching in the Technogym-equipped fitness room. Winter activities? Well, the Kulm claims to have INVENTED skiing holidays, so there’s some serious piste action, plus ice-skating on the lake. Summer brings hiking and mountain biking, wild swimming, sailing and kitesurfing. When you’re fit to drop, make a beeline for the signature 80-minute full-body Kulm massage – a catch-all combination of hot basalt stones, reflexology and a head massage (read: snoozeathon). Some of the 12 treatment rooms face the lake, as does the private daytime spa suite with its double bed, sauna and steam room. In a word? Idyllic. From: Tatler Spa Guide 2014

"Your Favourite London Hotel is The Ritz... Stay in The Kulm"

Gabriella Le Breton, Tatler
5/ out of 5
This is the mothership, the original Alpine grande dame. The story goes that in 1864 local hotelier Johannes Badrutt bet his British summer guests that they’d love St Moritz in winter; if not, he’d cover the cost of their holiday. He won the bet and created winter tourism. Clever chap. His original hotel has bags of history and buckets of character ― but somehow manages not to be stuffy (do dress up for dinner in Le Grand restaurant, though, if you don’t want to feel like a knob). Top draw is the whacking great spa ―the fabulous outdoor pool has bubbling waterbeds overlooking the lake. (From: Tatler Volume 310 Number 2, Tatler Travel, February 2015)

"Europe's best ski spas"

Condé Nast Traveller
5/ out of 5
This place isn't one of those sleek, chic pantheons of minimalist style. Far from it. Instead, it is wonderfully cosy in a way that only family-run, family-friendly Swiss hotels can be. This is a hotel where you can take your granny, your mother and your toddler, and everyone will be happy. It's not small (there are 173 rooms, the best overlooking the valley - but ask them to turn down the sauna-level central heating), and yet there's something about the thick curtains and plush carpets that's just right. It has all the trimmings: five restaurants, including classic French and an Italian pizzeria, and staff who jump at the drop of a hat but in an understated way. And, of course, there's the skiing. With instant access to the start of the Cresta Run, plus two peaks, 350km of pistes and 180km of Nordic ski trails, the Engadine Valley offers some of the best mountain action in Switzerland. (From: Condé Nast Traveller December 2014, "Europe's best ski spas", 09/12/14, Fiona Duncan, Alex Gorton, Mary Lussiana)
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