A colourful luxurious hotel right in the upper Engadin valley at the picture perfect outskirts of St Moritz in a hamlet called Champfer. The perfect stating point for memorable days in the mountains.
⚠️ During peak season, the mandatory minimum stay is at least 7 nights
The location of Giardino Mountain is perfect for skiers, hikers and other winter activities as the lakes are very nearby providing stunning trails for a sunny walk and the main ski stations of The Corviglia and the Corvatch are just around the corner.
The hotel's houses two restaurants of exceptional culinary standards as they are awarded with 15 Gault Millau points for restaurant Guardalej (casual dining) and 16 points for restaurant Ecco.
The rooms are available in three categories and the suites in five varying from 16 m2 meters for a Single Room to a spacious Mountain Suite of 60m2. All accommodation comes with a multimedia flat screen, dipiù Spa bathroom amenities, shower, bathrobes and slippers and almost all rooms with balcony or terrace (please see the detailed room descriptions in the booking menu).
The hotel building dates back to 1913 and is characterised by the typical Swiss and Engadiner paintwork. All entrance are lusciously decorated giving you the ultimate winter wonderland feeling. The hotel actually consist out of seven Engadine properties all with historic foundations, finished with elegant and natural materials.
The hotel houses an extended spa and fitness area that offers a wide range of beauty treatments & massages, high tech gym equipment and a indoor pool. Some things that can be found in the Spa a sauna zone, jacuzzi, relaxation area, the signature dipiù Cosmetics line (complemented with Aveda products) and a hair stylist to prep you for a night in town.
|Check In: 15:00 hours|
|Check Out: 11:00 hours|
The location, as mentioned before, is perfect if you are looking for some piece but still having the lively St Moritz within acceptable reach (a 10 min drive).
When the weather allows you to attempt other activities than skiing or equivalent winter sports we advise you to go on a shopping spree in St Moritz intermittent by a short stop for coffee/tea with a sweet treat at the legendary Hanselmann.
As St Moritz has hosted the Winter Olympics twice the village has some cool left overs from this event like the legendary natural bob sleigh track and a skeleton track that are definatly worth the visit for adrenaline junkies. You can even take a seat in a 'partner bob sleigh' and experience the G-force yourself.
St. Moritz offers you 360 kilometres of high altitude, snow-secure slopes. Its the birthplace of winter-sports and hosted the Winter Olympics twice. Because of its high altitude it can be a bit chilly during the winter season but also overloaded with fresh powder. The village is a nice mixture of top class hotels, good restaurants and nice shopping streets.