St. Moritz is one of those places you really ought to visit at least once, especially if you enjoy skiing, and February is an excellent time to go. The ski conditions are usually very good around this time, but if it’s a bad snow year then the resort is still a wise choice, as the high altitude and plethora of snow cannons make it one of the most snow sure ski areas in the Swiss Alps. The Corviglia area is particularly suited to intermediates, and directly accessible from both St. Moritz Dorf and St. Moritz Bad. If you’re willing to travel further afield you have access to 3 more great ski areas, Corvatsch, Diavolezza/Lagalb, and Zuoz, which tend to stay quiet even during the busy months.
The resort has some brilliant facilities for families. There’s a kindergarten, play area and children’s restaurant at Salastrains. You can also visit the Family Pool in nearby Zernez, which has indulgent wellness facilities to entice adults as well as children. In the town you’ll find the Ludains ice rink, and plenty of child-friendly restaurants and cafes (we love Hanselmann’s) for a bite to eat.
We’ve got some great hotels in St. Moritz for you to choose from, and if it’s the chic atmosphere of the resort you’re most interested in then you’re going to like our luxury properties. Our high-end hotels come with all the amenities you’d expect from a four or five star hotel – swimming pools, spa facilities, children’s playrooms and more. With our discounts and offers you’ll find luxury holidays are more affordable that you would expect. You can read more about our accommodation online, there’s the list below and if you use the search function you can tailor results to your specific requirements. To book one of our fabulous hotels just give us a ring; we will go through all your questions and make sure you get the information you need.
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