At Badrutt’s Palace Hotel there’s something for everyone! That was the case in the 1970s and still is today. The rooms are just as unique as the luxury hotel itself. Guests are faced with the choice of rooms and suites in a multitude of decorative styles, each exuding its own particular charm.
Fascination with swimming pools. The pool, like a theatre, holds its visitors under a spell making them want to take centre stage.
The material which was to make great screen classics and headlines in all the well known newspapers began in the legendary Badrutt’s Palace Hotel.
After the end of World War II American soldiers ordered to take a break in Switzerland to recover.
The rebellious youth of the 1930s partied loud and hard at Badrutt’s Palace Hotel. Hans Badrutt aimed to deal with this challenge by purchasing ›Chesa Veglia‹.
A fairytale love story: by posing one simple question, “May I have this dance?” Maurice Mouvet suddenly became a very rich man. No wonder he claims that “wives make the best dancers!”
Construction of Europe’s first indoor tennis hall becomes the ideal 1920s marketing tool for Hans Badrutt.
Exotic staff as a guest magnet: at the beginning of the 20th Century Caspar Badrutt became the centre of attention with his international staff.
The luxury hotel owes its world famous name to a clever strategic move by Hans Badrutt, son of founder Caspar Badrutt.