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The hotel's room is small especially bath room. The breakfast is like continental breakfast not much varieties.Located in city center is only plus side. When you checkout in hurry, be careful the payment scam. hotel will choice the currency without your notice.then you will pay...More
My wife and I stayed in St. Moritz for only one night but it was spectacular. The views from our window of the lake (which was frozen over) and the surrounding mountains were surreal. The staff were so helpful and breakfast was delicious.
We took Glacier Express Panorama train and reached St Moritz. After 8 hours ride, we check in to hotel. We need to take bus and stopped at 3rd bus station then need to walk around 5 min to the hotel. The back of the hotel...More
Just left Hotel Languard yesterdsy morning. When we arrived the wonderful welcome we received from Sascha was amazing. He was thoughtful, caring, informative and resourceful during our stay. The hotel gave us a free transport card as we were staying 3 nights which was used...More
The welcome we received at the Hotel Languard was so warm and welcoming. Our room was big with a comfortable bed and good bathroom.
It is expensive to eat out in St Moritz and very quiet on an evening.
The breakfast room had a lovely...More
You're not going to avoid going uphill in St. Moritz no matter where you stay. 50s is pretty young; don't let a little effort stop you. There's a route that takes you up a pretty long section on escalators that do most of... More
You're not going to avoid going uphill in St. Moritz no matter where you stay. 50s is pretty young; don't let a little effort stop you. There's a route that takes you up a pretty long section on escalators that do most of the climbing for you.
My wife and I did it with a couple of suitcases and carrying our 1-yr-old on my back. I'm 40.
Or just take a taxi.