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~ GaultMillau Hotel of the Year 2018 ~
“The level of service is unrivalled.”
One of the Top 25 Luxury Hotels in Switzerland, Trip Advisor Travelers’ Choice Awards 2017
One of the Top 25 Hotels for Service in Switzerland, Trip Advisor Travelers’ Choice Awards 2017
~ TripAdvisor 2016 Certificate of Excellence ~
Jenny & Heinz Hunkeler named “Hoteliers of the Year 2016”
~ Swiss Newspaper SonntagsZeitung
At the highest point of the Engadin Valley, overlooking lakes and mountains, the Kulm Hotel has been welcoming guests since 1856, among them royalty, captains of industry and Hollywood stars. A year-round resort, it is a charming blend of traditional elegance and modern comfort. All of its lovely rooms and suites offer mountain or lake views, and all provide round-the-clock pampering.
The Kulm has been called the “cradle of winter sports.” The first to promote St. Moritz as a winter destination, back in the late 19th century, the hotel played host to the winter Olympic games of 1928 and 1948, and continues to be the region’s center of sports and social activities.
Warm-weather options abound as well, from luxury golf packages at the Kulm’s own nine-hole executive course (with free green fees for guests) to tennis and hiking. Its quiet yet central location is ideally suited for business gatherings.
Spa-goers are drawn to the completely redesigned Kulm Spa St. Moritz. Set against imposing Alpine scenery, this oasis of wellness has at its core a holistic philosophy of relaxation, detoxification and regeneration of all the senses. Skiers and other sports enthusiasts will find it ideal for soothing sore muscles, and business travelers will appreciate the opportunity to unwind after a day of meetings.
Grand Restaurant: The Kulm Hotel’s main dining room serves a sumptuous breakfast with an extensive buffet of local and international specialties. Dinner with varied 6-course menu as part of the Gourmet-Dine-Around offer (half board). Elegant wardrobe in the evening, suit jacket required for men.
The Pizzeria: Delightful variety and lots of “Italianità”. Savor delicacies of Italian cuisine, pasta and crispy pizza from the wood oven. In summer, lunch can be enjoyed on the large sun terrace.
Chesa al Parc: The restaurant with its large sun terrace offers an array of rustic dishes and Swiss delicacies as well as a variety of snacks and cakes. The weekly lunch specials include calf‘s liver Venetian-style on Tuesdays, the traditional Italian dish Bollito Misto on Thursdays and Fondue Chinoise à discretion on Sunday evenings.
Altitude Bar: Lively meeting place for guests and outside visitors to enjoy a light snack in the afternoon or a drink from the well-stocked bar in the evening. Recommended is the signature drink “Kulmino” or something from the bar’s wide gin selection.
Miles Davis Lounge: A place for connoisseurs and music lovers. Enjoy the finest drinks and cigars, as well as special jazz concerts throughout the year, with a magnificent view over St. Moritz.
the K by Tim Raue (winter only): From the winter season 2017/18, the successful celebrity chef Tim Raue (awarded with 19 Gault&Millau points and 2 Michelin stars) realizes his own pop-up restaurant at “the K by Tim Raue” at the Kulm Hotel. As usual, Raue will enchant guests with an aromatic Asian-inspired cuisine. A selection of wines and an elegant atmosphere create an enjoyable experience for both hotel guests and external visitors.
Sunny Bar by Claudia Canessa (winter only): The legendary Sunny Bar is the oldest sports bar in the Alps. It is – and has been for decades – the place where courageous Cresta run pilots congregate. The traditional meeting place of the Cresta Rider has evolved in recent years to also be the insider choice in St. Moritz. In the evening, during the winter season, the Sunny Bar becomes the scene restaurant Sunny Bar by Claudia Canessa, where guests can enjoy creations of Peruvian cuisine, from Ceviche and Quinoa to authentic Peruvian street food.
Kulm Country Club: Casual, authentic and innovative scene restaurant in the Kulm Park, with a cozy ambience, alpine bar and generous sun terrace. Modern, light quality cuisine based on local, fresh ingredients.
Dracula Club:The Dracula Club is a social institution in St. Moritz. Founded by original Dracula Gunter Sachs, the club is the hot spot in St. Moritz since its opening in 1974. Located on the premises of the Kulm Hotel St. Moritz, today the club is led by Rolf Sachs, son of Gunter Sachs. A great opportunity to get inside the private club is during the public Festival da Jazz in the summer. An intimate atmosphere is guaranteed because of its modest capacity of 150.
Bob Restaurant: At a 10 minute walking distance from the hotel, the Bob Restaurant is situated right in the starting gate building for the St. Moritz-Celerina Olympic bobsleigh run – on the grounds of the Kulm Hotel. You can enjoy light or classic lunches in the sports-inspired ambience of the terrace with a direct view of the start line.
Spa and Fitness
Kulm Spa Ritual Signature Massage – Best Signature Treatment
~ 2015 European Health & Spa Awards
Kulm Spa St. Moritz:
Guests of the Kulm Hotel enjoy the completely redesigned Kulm Spa St. Moritz, a new approach to renewing body and soul. Based on a modern and harmonious design along with the latest wellness trends, the Kulm Spa offers a three-pillar wellness concept combining relaxation, detoxification and regeneration. Deceleration for body and mind is achieved while finding the inner balance. Spa specialists provide tailored treatments, catering to the individual preferences, by either using the harmonizing power of natural products or applying new high-tech active ingredients from biotechnological research. The result: more energy, vitality and joie de vivre.
Fitness center: The fitness area includes state-of-the-art Technogym equipment. Highly professional staff members assist you with indoor and outdoor training programs for individuals or groups.
Pool area: The spa features a heated indoor swimming pool with panoramic mountain views and underwater music, an open-air pool, a children’s pool, whirlpool, salt-water grotto, steam bath, a Finnish sauna, bio sauna, infrared cabin, Kneipp footpath and relaxation lounge with fireplace.
Sports and Leisure
Winter Sports: Every winter sport imaginable is at the Kulm Hotel’s doorstep, including downhill and cross-country skiing, snowshoeing, an ice rink on the hotel grounds, plus the Olympic bobsled and Cresta runs. The hotel’s ski room features storage lockers assigned to each room, and heated rods to dry boots, gloves and helmets ensure that guests hit the slopes each morning warm and dry. The on-site ski shop allows guests to enjoy the best equipment possible with the latest skis, snowboards and boots for rent directly at the hotel.
Tennis: In the warmer months, active travelers can avail themselves of three outdoor tennis courts in Kulm Park.
Golf: A recent upgrade and redesign of the hotel’s golf course – the oldest in the Alps – will give golfers much to be pleased about. Suitable for beginners and pros alike, the Par-27 golf course is only a two-minute walk from the hotel and is ideal for a short game. Golfers holding the Platzreife licence (for playing on German golf courses) or equivalent are welcome to play here and enjoy the very best views of Lake St. Moritz and the surrounding mountains. 9 holes, par 27, putting and chipping green, driving range with 16 teeing grounds, partly sheltered.
Other warm-weather options: Among the many possibilities are hiking, bike riding and excursions to nearby attractions, including mountaintop vantage points, the Italian village of Tirano, and more.
Shopping: The shopping area of St. Moritz starts right at the back of the hotel. Here guests will find international shops and boutiques with world-renowned names.
Bridge: The Kulm Hotel’s bridge hostess gives lessons and arranges for partners daily in the high season.
Game room: A playroom for children and adults – with table-tennis, table soccer, pinball, video games and more – is located on the ground floor of the New Kulm wing.
Families/children’s activities: A varied, quality program will make a stay at the Kulm Hotel pleasant and enjoyable for children and their parents alike. Most rooms can be connected by door, which makes them particularly suitable for relaxed family holidays.
Marmotta VIK Kid’s Club: Children of all ages will find a large choice of play and entertainment opportunities at the “Marmotta Club.” Children ages 3 and up are supervised by the hotel’s own kindergarten-trained play leader. There is a varied weekly program with exciting children’s attractions and plenty of stimulating entertainment. Free sports camps for children from the age of 6.
Top Selling Points for Kulm Hotel St. Moritz
- The “cradle of winter sports” – St. Moritz’s first hotel, the first to promote winter tourism, and host of the 1928 and 1948 winter Olympic games.
- Celebrating its 150th anniversary this season.
- The expansive, 2,000-square-meter, two-story Kulm Spa, completely renovated in 2013, and recipient of Conde Nast Traveler‘s “Best New Spas of the World” 2013.
- Individually decorated guest rooms that reflect the hotel’s Engadin setting in distinctive wood and granite details.
- High employee-to-guest ratio.
- General Manager Heinz Hunkeler, a St. Moritz native with a lifelong connection to the Kulm Hotel through his father, who also once managed the hotel.
- Central location in St. Moritz village.
- Interiors that are continuously refreshed between seasons.
- A brand-new gourmet restaurant, “the K,” with 16 GaultMillau points.
- Distinctive event space for meetings of up to 200 and banquets of up to 400 guests.
- Exceptional concierge services led by Chef Concierge Silvio, a 40-year veteran of the hotel.
Top St. Moritz Selling Points
- World-famous winter sports destination, site of two Olympic games (1928 and 1948). Home to world-class downhill skiing, snowboarding, cross-country skiing, sledging, ski jump ramp, ice skating, and Olympic bobsled and Cresla runs.
- A “champagne climate” with more than 320 sunny days per year.
- A wealth of summer sports including golf, tennis, hiking, biking, wind-surfing, and sailing, among others.
- World-class cultural activities including opera, gourmet and music festivals.
- Spectacular setting in the Upper Engadin lake country, 1,856 meters above sea level.
- Charming, cosmopolitan village filled with restaurants, nightlife, international shops and boutiques.
- Excursions to mountain-top vantage points, the Italian village of Tirano, and more.
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