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Unashamedly glamorous, St Moritz may be famed as a winter playground for flamboyant royals, hedonistic models and A-list Hollywood stars, but the impeccably groomed ski runs also lure in serious snow lovers as well as the beautiful party people. Acclaimed as the world's oldest ski resort, its dry, fresh, sunny "Champagne climate" and dazzling array of chic bars, super-swanky clubs and restaurants commanding views of the Engadine valley make it an unforgettable destination.

Things to see

It's hard to know where to begin when you emerge into the crystalline wonderland of St Moritz. Perhaps the gorgeous frozen expanse of Lake St Moritz, where polo matches and the annual White Turf horse races take place? There are also the celebrated spas, frothing with the thermal waters first discovered here thousands of years ago. Browse like a celebrity on Via Serlas, the boutique-lined thoroughfare of St Moritz-Dorf, the glittering heart of the area that sits by the lake. A more serene and laid back part of the resort region is St Moritz-Bad – a great place to chill out after a hard night's après-ski. Speaking of skiing, there are more than 350 km of pistes, and getting around is no problem thanks to almost 60 lifts at your disposal. People of all abilities are well catered for on the slopes of St Moritz, and there's some thrilling tobogganing to be had on Muottas Muragl. If you want to take things a little slower and absorb the scenery there's always the cross-country skiing as well. St Moritz first found fame as a summer resort, and today its sunny season is still justifiably popular thanks to the hiking, biking and sailing opportunities on offer.

Hotels in St. Moritz

Unsurprisingly, the hotels in St Moritz include 5-star enclaves that could double as royal residences. If you're looking to utterly spoil yourself on your holiday, these places will do the job properly, but the fact is you can also stay in St Moritz on smaller budgets. Even the less aristocratic accommodation will generally offer on-site spa tubs, saunas and steam rooms, not to mention extra perks such as free WiFi and free breakfasts to get you energized for a day of adventure amid this iconic landscape. Ski shuttle services, which are also often free, mean you won't be wasting any time.

Where to stay

St Moritz-Dorf is the heart of the resort area, while you can also consider choosing one of the hotels in St Moritz-Bad. If you're really pushing the boat out and want to immerse yourself in the legendary luxury of the region, you might be tempted by Suvretta. Located just over St Moritz, it's a favourite among the wealthy and famous, and features some very plush pads indeed.

How to get to St. Moritz

It's easy to get to St Moritz – after all, it's one of Switzerland's premier resorts, and the demand for transport is immense. It has good, reliable rail connections to the major Swiss cities via Chur, where you'll change trains if you're coming in from Zurich or Geneva. There are also rail services available from Italy, if you're perhaps flying into one of Milan's major airports.