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Warm and Fuzzy experiences in St. Moritz, Switzerland.

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Nested in the Engadin Valley, is a perfect winter holiday destination with tons of winter activities and beautiful white landscapes.

As the temperature drops, this winter wonderland mesmerizes one and all for its glamour, snow sports and picturesque snow-clad mountains. There is nothing better than a warm and cozy feeling on a cold winter day. Here are some things to do in St. Moritz to experience the warmth of a perfect winter holiday. 

  • Indulge in the authentic swiss Hot chocolate at El Paradiso

El Paradiso, as the name suggests is paradise on the slope of the Suvretta hill. The deck of the restaurant offers serene views of the mountains. It is the perfect place to sip the signature Swiss hot chocolate or enjoy the traditional swiss cheese fondue. 

  • Experience a jacuzzi bath at 3000 m

Diavolezza hosts Europe’s highest-altitude open-air hot tub. The water in the wood-fired hot tub soothes body and soul at a delicious 41 degrees, while the air can cool to temperatures bordering on icy. The combination of heat and cold is wonderfully relaxing. 

  • Rejuvenate with a hot stone massage at Ovaverva

The towns’ spa and mineral springs traditions have been practiced since centuries. A unique hot stone massage combines fine oils and hot stones to deeply penetrate and have long lasting effects on the body. The warmth has a calming effect and loosens tense muscles and is a must-do in St. Moritz! 

  • Stay in and enjoy the view at the Carlton

The Carlton hotel in St. Moritz boasts of luxury and captivating views of the Swiss Alps. Enjoy the beauty of nature in a warm embrace of your loved one. The fireplace in the suites makes for the most romantic experience in the Alpine town. 

The British tradition of teatime is observed very passionately. Here, the enjoyment of fine tea is taken seriously. There’s nothing better than settling into an antique armchair in the timeless lobby of Badrutt’s Palace – known as Le Grand Hall – and savoring sweet idleness with a hot cup of tea in an exquisite atmosphere.

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