The hotel has a rich history and the building still breaths the vibe of last century elite balls, fancy upper class events and extraordinary dinners. Once inside you will find yourself in a stylish oasis of luxury mixed with delicate contemporary elements like the glass pool area. The mountain décor view from the pool is breathtaking.
The minimum required stay varies from 1 night during regular and low season up to 10 nights during peak season.
The hotel is located next to St Moritz in a smaller village called Pontresina. St Moritz is only a 10 minute drive by hotel shuttle.
From a crisp fresh lunch, a traditional fondue evening, or an excellent haute cuisine dinner in a majestic dining room, the Kronenhof has it all under one roof. Be prepared for a culinary feast!
The hotel spa is modern and well equipped, let the pampering start as the spa offers a wide range of treatments, several polls (separate pool for your kids), a ladies sauna, steambath, salt water grotto, salt water floating bath fitness area (Technogym & Kinesis) with personal trainer available and much more!
As the hotel dates back to 1848 the glamorous history is still everywhere around. The hotel was able to keep its authenticity as the renovation process was spread out over time and the maintenance is done on a regular basis. The last extensive renovation has been done very recently keeping the hotel up to date and of tomorrows standards.
|Check In: 14:00 hours|
|Check Out: 11:00 hours|
Have lunch with glacier tops looking over your shoulder at the pavillion, a unique spot with a sun dech as a top floor.
Culinary fetishists can enjoy a rarely served dish at the Kronenhof called Duck Rouen. Ask the Maitre for more information about this terrific French classic.
The Kronenhof has a private ice-skating court and you can even get your own private spa. As you can see the hotel has an extremely high luxury standard so the concierge service can arrange almost anything you request.
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.