Great location next to the lake. Few restaurants nearby. Room is big with nice view of mountains even from toilet. Old Victoria style hotel. Everything looks old inside. No AC in room. Have to open window to have cool air inside the room. Bed in comfy
Reine Victoria St Moritz is an old grand dame, and the hotel is full of chandeliers and with its stucco ceilings, you know you are entering into a Victorian architecture building. There are many categories of rooms and I booked the Economy category. Room is ok, and the bathroom is spacious. However, the shower stall is so petite that I can’t even turn and lather myself. It is very strange as who would build a small shower stall like this? My room has a back view to the mountain, not fantastic but better than some of the room with no view. The Ovaverva Swimming Complex and Spa is just opposite the hotel. I was told that as a hotel guest, you can use the facilities complimentarily which is kind of nice thing. The hotel is within walking distance to the lake, and perhaps 30 mins walk to the glitzy St Moritz where all the branded shops such as Hermes, Rolex are located. The highlight of this hotel is the Breakfast, the spread is endless and the quality is very good. Highly recommended.…
We encountered a loud group, could hardly get any sleep. After 45 minutes of discussion, the hotel offered a partial refund. Renovated rooms were nice, but breakfast buffet was hardly what one would expect from a hotel at this price point. We’re woken up at 1:30 am, 3:00 am, by a loud group in front of our window, then again at 7:30 am and 8:30 am by housekeeping when we we’re trying to catch up on sleep.
Exceptional! The hotel is a bit old but has a very regal charm to it. We were given a room facing the spa. Although the room was a bit small, the bathroom was so spacious and had an amazing view from the toilet bowl (of the mountains). The heating worked great and we were allowed to use the hotel’s sled for free! The breakfast spread was superb! The best part was our snow shoe hiking with Johny who made our four nights five day stay at St Moritz absolutely memorable. The hotel is a bit far from main town which is slightly uphill but it is near the main train station. The only hiccup was that our morning shuttle to the train station for the glacier express left without us and we had to get our own very expensive cab to the train station! Nevertheless, I will stay at this very hotel again if I ever come back to st mortiz! :) the spa is amazing with different pools, steam, sauna and salt scrubs - note to travelers, no photography is allowed - this is something I did not know until I got scolded by a Swiss taking photos of the outdoor pool!…
This slightly faded hotel is about 20 minutes walk uphill from the town centre. It has big rooms, comfortable beds and access to a really great spa and swimming complex. There is no evening food (we had takeout in the huge bar/ballroom area) but the breakfast was one of the best we have had. Huge choice and pleasant restaurant.
the people in the bussiness was really wonderful and amasing. The restaurants was really wonderful. The rooms were very comfortable and clean. The car parck also very nice. Our experience was pleasant and magic.
Poor service at the lobby. Restaurants across the street in Laudinella hotel are very busy. Reservations only possible at 6.00 of 8.00 p.m. Noisy atmosphere, average quality food. Shuttle bus service not reliable.
We came for half term skiing and White Turf. I stayed here many years ago and enjoyed my stay then but it was even better now with a young family. We stayed in a refurbished family room - definitely recommend these rooms. Breakfast is excellent - varied and good quality, we weren't bored the whole week. The staff are helpful and friendly, nothing was too much bother. There's a kindergarten room which my 5yr old used most days and enjoyed. There's a ski lift a 10min walk in ski boots (or a short drive, and parking is cheap). The hotel currently doesn't have a restaurant for dinner, however there are 2 sister hotels a very short walk away, one with 5 or 6 different restaurants (italian/thai/japanese etc etc) and another with a traditional restaurant - we used these on 3 occasions. You can hire skis in the hotel, we did, the guy running the shop was friendly and we had no issues with kit. The hotel used to have a nice little spa area inside the hotel but since I was last here the "Ovaverva" spa has been built across the road and is included in the rate - it's fantastic, we used it every day after skiing. It's a large, high end, complex with loads of different pools - kids, indoor swimming, diving boards, lanes, 3 water slides, and a huge indoor/outdoor heated pool with all kinds of water jets etc. Then you go to the spa itself for sauna/steam etc etc - this alone would cost around 50chf per person per day. They also have a cafe and the food is good and reasonably priced (for St Moritz!). I've stayed in St Moritz a number of times and I would definitely stay here again.…
Go to another hotel near what u will see in booking is not real u will be unhappy form what are you going to see there . They give me bad pictures about Swiss but when we go out to restaurants it was good nice people the offer there help better then hotel
Very wide room, clean....the staff is really kind and the position is nice....not in the centre of the town but quick to reach by foot the sky area and also the centre of the town! I was there with my family and all of us was really satisfied!