The property is offering 40 newly revamped rooms and suites following an extensive renovation in partnership with award-winning New York design studio Champalimaud.
The 30-seater Dornier 328 jet will take its inaugural flight on February 14th, departing from London’s Biggin Hill Airport to Samedan St. Moritz, running on selected dates in February thereafter.
Richard Leuenberger joined the Badrutt’s team initially as director of food and beverage in 2008 and again as general manager in November 2016 following a three-year stint with Shangri-La and Ritz Carlton in Asia.
The natural springs in St Moritz began attracting guests over 500 years ago, when German-Swiss Renaissance physician and alchemist Paracelsus recommended the destination for its healing waters. Even today, St Moritz is a magnet for discerning world travellers seeking recuperation. At the Palace Wellness, Badrutt’s iconic spa, the 22-strong team has created a broad palette of treatments under the motto “Lifting your spirits,” which are delivered with Badrutt’s standard of perfect service and professional care.
The new Wellness Space is now open and will be the ideal reason to head of to the alps for a long weekend. Not only can guests pamper themselves but they can take advantage of the numerous events which happen in St Moritz during the year and the exquisite gourmet cuisine.
Badrutt’s Palace Hotel in St Moritz, Switzerland, has launched a new Palace Wellness Space as part of a three-phase renovation, representing a total investment of CHF50m (33.1m euro, £30.1m, US$50.1m).