St Moritz is split into two main area: St Moritz Dorf, the sophisticated town with fashionable shops and the quieter St Moritz Bad, next to the spectacular frozen lake. This fashionable hideaway of the A-list, and home of the celebrated Cresta Run, offers stunning scenery, stylish après-ski and simply superb skiing. Nestled at the centre of the Engadine valley, St Moritz boasts more than 350 kilometres of groomed piste in 4 connected ski areas. The Diavolezza is as sublime for freeriding as La Corviglia is for beginners, and after a hard morning, indulge at Reto Mathis’s exclusive restaurant, where it is said that more caviar and truffles are served over lunch than any other restaurant in the world!
The uniqueness of St Moritz is however best exemplified by its remarkable events. There are polo tournaments, horse races, cricket matches, show jumping - all on ice, and all best enjoyed with a glass of champagne. For snowy days, you can find boutiques to rival Bond Street, not to mention art galleries and uber-trendy bars in abundance.