Badrutt’s Palace Hotel celebrates the summer season in St. Moritz
with an abundance of culinary highlights
ST. MORITZ, SWITZERLAND – When Badrutt’s Palace Hotel opens its doors for the summer season on Friday June 22, everything will be set for a season of appetizing affairs. After months of careful preparation to arrange surprises and highlights for Badrutt’s guests, the result is a varied program of non-stop flights of fancy in the legendary luxury hotel in the Engadin.
The season gets off to a soaring start with the grand Summer Opening; hosted within two restaurants and a bar, it’s guaranteed to be an evening to remember. During the summer, the hotel is inviting guests to join them on a gastronomic journey through the Far East, to discover the fine oriental delicacies of East Indian cuisine right through to the end of the season on September 9.
Throughout the season, the hotel has filled the whole summer calendar with special epicurean events:
Palace Gourmet Safari – Come July 4, guests can feast their way through the hotel. Starting with a cocktail in Le Grand Hall, a delicious sampling of risotto in the wine cellar awakes taste buds for the main course in Le Restaurant. For dessert it is off to the hotel’s own patisserie kitchen for some sinful sweet creations by Stefan Gerber.
Palace Chef’s Table – On July 12, Executive Chef Mauro Taufer invites guests into the heart of the main kitchen. Diners will see chefs hard at work while savouring the delicacies created before their very eyes.
Wine & Dine – July 18 brings an evening of fine summer dining, beginning with an aperitif in the wine cellar, followed by an exclusive dinner and choice of fine wines in Le Relais restaurant.
Swiss National Day – Badrutt’s Palace Hotel is marking Swiss National Day on August 1st. A buffet brimming with Swiss specialties awaits in Le Restaurant, accompanied by the traditional sound of Kolleggers Huusmusig, the largest family music group in Switzerland.
Via Serlas Summerfest – Come August 5, the tiny, yet exclusive shopping street in St. Moritz is transformed into a pleasure mile. Badrutt’s Palace Hotel entertains guests with a variety of buffets and an extensive array of sumptuous surprises in collaboration with the shops and boutiques.
Palace Chocolate Cult – From August 10-12 guests will be led to sweet temptation during the annual Chocolate Cult. The hotel’s Head Patissier presents chocolate creations of every shape and size in Le Grand Hall.
Beyond a jam-packed culinary calendar, Badrutt’s ongoing daily highlights are not to be missed. The wellness-focused restaurant La Diala serves the finest sushi and sashimi every day, which guests can enjoy on the stunning panoramic terrace. Le Grand Hall serves Traditional High Tea daily from 2pm to 5pm, with no less than 38 varieties of teas to choose from. Sweet pastries and delicious sandwiches elegantly complement this classic English teatime.
The luxury hotel then closes its doors on September 10, 2012, only to enable a timely re-opening fresh for the coming winter season on December 1, 2012, ready for a dazzling winter in St. Moritz. For further information and reservations please go to www.badruttspalace.com
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Badrutt’s Palace Hotel is a celebration of style, sports, cuisine and fashion, with discreet service and traditional elegance evoking an atmosphere of pampered luxury for all. An ideal destination in both winter and summer, the hotel is located in one of the most challenging ski areas in the world and offers a host of summer alpine activities. Badrutt’s Palace Hotel boasts 157 guestrooms and 38 suites with stunning views of the Swiss Alps. The hotel is a member of Leading Hotels of the World, Swiss Deluxe Hotels and Swiss Historic Hotels. Badrutt’s Palace Hotel opens its doors to guests this summer from 22nd June 2012 to 9th September 2012.
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