Hg2 : The Hedonist

A Hedonist’s guide to…

St Moritz

Cresta Run
Calling all adrenaline junkies; slide head first down a steep hill on the Cresta Run and get your kicks.
Laudinella
While it may not have any trace of alpine chic about it, Laudinella is still a suitably stylish place to lay you weary head.
Hemingway’s Club
Hemingway's Club is the place to go for hardcore drinking and for rubbing shoulders with some very interesting company indeed.
Nolda
Housed in an attractive chalet-style building, Nolda is very well placed for skiing.
King’s Club
As one of the most famous clubs in the Alps, King's Club this is the place to go for a tase of the high life.
Corviglia Sport
Enter Corviglia Sport, a friendly shop that sells a variety of off-piste and touring equipment.
Ski Service Corvatsch
As one of the largest outlets in St Moritz, this shop is well equipped with the latest fashions in skiwear, and offers equipment to hire as well as to buy.
St Moritz Ski School
One of the largest ski schools in the resort, St. Moritz School School offers English-speaking instructors on request.
Chesa Pirani
Famous for using fresh and locally sourced food in original and mouthwatering ways, the delightful farmhouse restaurant at Chesa Pirani is well worth the visit.
Cascade
A reasonably priced restaurant, with a stylish Art Deco interior, Cascade serves traditional Italian cuisine with flare. Both the fish dishes and the homemade pasta are delicious.
Churrascaria Innfall
Small and unpretentious, Churrascaria Innfall serves the best steak in town. A meat lovers-paradise!
Hotel Garni
A good option for travellers on a budget, Hotel Garni is centrally located with a good pizzeria and bar.
Pavarotti and Friends
Pavarotti and Friends is a cosy bar with excellent tapas. Beware of the owner, who is known for bursting into song.
Pitz de Tsechna
Pitz de Tsechna is somewhere to go directly after you ski - with a live band peforming once a week, this is a laid-back and fun place to relax.
Bodega
Small but perfectly formed, groups of friends flock to Bodega for its tapas-style menu of sharing plates and a noisy, boisterous vibe.
Talvo by Dalsass
Again, Talvo by Dalsass is is a bit of a period piece; a beautiful old farmhouse restaurant with a welcoming atmosphere. The food ain't half bad, either.

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