The Carlton Hotel stands out among its St.Moritz neighbours, and not just because it’s the only hotel in the resort where each room is south facing with simply stunning views over the lake of St.Moritz. Built in 1913 the hotel has kept its historic, traditional grand dame character, even through its 2007 complete refurbishment, balancing just the right mixture of old world, welcoming charm alongside its understated, contemporary interiors. It's a boutique hotel at heart. The 60 spacious rooms are all in fact junior suites and suites designed by Ticino interior designer Carlo Rampazzi who fits in antique tables or lamps alongside striking sofas, bold coloured walls and luxurious finishing’s. Each suite has its own private butler service, some suites have their own balcony or terrace too. For those who really can splash the cash, then consider the Carlton Penthouse, an ultra chic but cosy apartment, including three bedrooms, a dining room with fireplace and five terraces. The hotel’s spa facility includes swimming pools, an ice fountain and Kneipp trail in the snow to kick your circulation into action after the sauna and steam bath. Or if you prefer more privacy and your pockets run rather deep, there is a Spa Suite that can be booked for several hours. When it comes to wining and dining, the restaurant Romanoff serves up fine Swiss dining whilst three-star Michelin chefs Enrico and Roberto Cerea at the restaurant Da Vittorio keep the menu focused on authentic Italian food experiences.
Time Out says
Old world charm meets modern day luxury at the Carlton which has often won the award for Switzerland's best Ski Hotel.
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