Hg2 : The Hedonist

A Hedonist’s guide to…

St Moritz

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.
Suvretta Snowsports
Said to be one of the best ski schools in Switzerland, Suvretta's instructors are all of a high standard; indeed, you will want to be on the mountains with these people!
Post Haus
Like a phoenix from the flames, the Post Haus has now reopened after being badly damaged in a fire. Praise the Lord.
Kulm
A hotel with a long history behind it, Kulm is a great place for luxury-seeking ski bunnies.
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.
Dracula’s Ghost Rider’s Club
You wouldn't guess from its name, but Dracula's Ghost Rider's Club is an ultra-exclusive venue with a star-studded membership. See and be seen on this scene.
Chesa Veglia
Everyone who is anyone has eaten at Chesa Veglia at some point With three different restaurants housed in the same building, visitors have a dizzying array of choices.
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.
Chalet Chesetta
Super glam chalet tucked away in the little village of Silvaplana, Chalet Chesetta is one of the finest in the Alps
Carlton Hotel
Stylish and comfortable, the Carlton Hotel combines slick modern design with old-fashioned attentive customer service. What more do you want?
Badrutt’s Palace
Popular with the jet-setting apres-ski crowd, Badrutt's Palace has everything you can expect from a five-star rating. And so much more.

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