Hotel Steffani benefits from an ideal central location in the heart of St Moritz, just 350 yards from the funicular to the Corviglia Ski Area. Daniela and Francesca Märky are the fourth generation of hosts who lovingly run the Hotel that has been the pride of St. Moritz since 1869.
Guests can dine on several worldwide delicacies available in house. Including Chinese in Le Mandarin, grilled dishes and fish in the Stuva Grill or typical Swiss and Italian cuisine in the Lapin Bley restaurant, which is the oldest restaurant in St Moritz.
The hotel also boasts 3 bars, the dance club Vivai and a hair and beauty salon. In addition to a state of the art spa area with indoor pool, sauna, steam bath, relaxation area and massage room.
Basic Double rooms are relatively small at around 15m² and have a bath. These rooms face the garden or quiet side and can be used for single occupancy on request.
Standard rooms have King or twin beds and are around 22-25m². These rooms have a bath or shower and can be used for single occupancy on request.
Superior rooms have King or twin beds and are around 30m². These rooms also have a bath or shower and can be used for single occupancy on request.
Deluxe rooms are stylish and are 25-30m². These rooms have a balcony with mountain views and are on request so please call us to book.
Superior Family rooms are around 30m² and sleep up to four using a double sofa bed (3 adults or 2 adults and 2 children). These rooms have a bath or shower and balcony with mountain view and are on request.
Junior Suites offer the most space at around 36m². These rooms can comfortably sleep four using the double sofa bed in the lounge area (3 adults or 2 adults and 2 children). They also have a balcony and mountain views and are on request.
Single rooms are around 16m² and have a shower and balcony. These rooms are also on request so please call us to book.
Room with specially adapted bathroom available on request
Hotel Steffani has two levels on each floor. There are steps down to pool area
Hotel is not recommended for wheel chair users
Ramp access is via side entrance
Board basis options available
This property caters for the following special dietary requirements
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•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.
Great for •Late-season skiing •Non-skiers •Couples
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Snow History: December average depth 85.83cm
Approx. airport transfer times depend on conditions:
|Zürich (ZRH)||200km, 3h|
|Milan (MXP)||175km, 3h|
|Basel (BSL)||280km, 4h|
St. Moritz lift pass price last reported as 365 CHF (adult 6 day). Ask for a quote when booking Hotel Steffani.
Night skiing: Yes
St. Moritz has NSEW facing slopes.
Usually open for skiing October-June.
|Top of slopes:||3303m|
|Bottom of piste:||1716m|
|Total length of trails:||350km|
|Longest piste:||10 km glacier descent (Diavolezza – Morteratsch)|