The legendary St. Moritz is the place where winter holidays were invented more than 150 years ago, after Johannes Badrutt made a wager with his last remaining English guests that he would pay their travel expenses if they did not enjoy a full winter season in the sunny yet snowy climes of the Engadin.
The resort of Engadin St. Moritz is now the world's number one Alpine holiday destination and Switzerland's largest winter sports region with 88 pistes, where you can still ski and snowboard until early May, and guests staying more than one night can enjoy the benefits of a Hotel Ski Pass for only CHF38.
Twice host to the Winter Olympics, St. Moritz plays host to events throughout the year from the FIS Ski World Cup to the annual British Classic Car Meeting each Summer. St Moritz is an internationally recognised trademark that stands for style, elegance and class.
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