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All reviews breakfast room extremely warm welcome steep climb glass windows breakfast was included overlooking the lake glacier express upgraded to a suite high end shops close to the hotel cold meats lovely hotel railway station sasha landguard bus mountains
Such a quaint hotel with lovely comfortable rooms. The staff were very helpful, and upgraded our room to accomodate my wheelchair and so that I did not have to walk up any stairs. The view from the breakfast room over the lake was stunning. I...More
We stayed there for a night after 7 hours glacier express from Brig. The hotel is located on the hill so it took us some time to get there from the train station (actually there is an elevator to get people to the hill). We...More
My first trip to St Mortiz and loved it. I love the mountains and outdoor sports.
I found Hotel Languard charming and loved the Swiss chalet style interior design. The receptionist was very friendly, breakfast staff polite and helpful. The beds were soft and I...More
It was only a night's stay at this hotel, very attentive, helpful staff. Loved their healthy breakfast. The view from the terrace at breakfast simply inspiring to my soul. High end shops dot this whole place. This humble traveller was there on a sunday, no...More
This is a beautifully appointed hotel tucked into the hillside of St. Moritz overlooking the lake, surrounded by mountains. Our room had one wall of glass windows that opened up to a breath-taking view. The bed was very comfortable and the manager was extremely helpful...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.