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27 Via Serlas, St. Moritz, 7500, Switzerland

A throwback to the days of glamorous schussing followed by tuxedo-and–evening gown dinners, Badrutt’s Palace is still the center of high-society socializing in St. Moritz. A black and white marble corridor, the Grand Hall, extends the length of the lobby, from the grand dining room at one end to the clubby lounge at the other, where St. Moritz fixture Mario da Como has tended bar and told stories since 1963. Interiors have been overhauled—marble tubs in rooms, a glass façade for the indoor pool—and a new outpost of Nobu is another nod to the jet-set scene.

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Badrutt’s Palace Hotel

A throwback to the days of glamorous schussing followed by tuxedo-and–evening gown dinners, Badrutt’s Palace is still the center of high-society socializing in St. Moritz. A black and white marble corridor, the Grand Hall, extends the length of the lobby, from the grand dining room at one end to the clubby lounge at the other, where St. Moritz fixture Mario da Como has tended bar and told stories since 1963. Interiors have been overhauled—marble tubs in rooms, a glass façade for the indoor pool—and a new outpost of Nobu is another nod to the jet-set scene.