I booked the hostel mainly for the inclusion of the ski pass for the local area. You also get a good breakfast included where you can eat as little or as much as you like. Dinner is extra if not booked in advance, it was good overall but you get want you pay for given the price of it compared to eating out in St.Moritz. They sell snacks and drinks at the reception. The staff were good and so were the rooms which were cleaned daily and had a locker for each guess. Showers were good and clean. There is a big lounge area with fire which was good for relaxing in evenings. If your used to hostels with lots of backpackers and young travellers then this is far from that. During my stay there were many mature couples and familes so don't expect your typical hostel atmosphere. Overall I had a good stay but I would consider another area like Potressina or Celerina for my next stay as both have hostels in the hope of a younger, fun crowd.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- A top modern youth hostel with a dazzling location: a holiday paradise for summer and winter. Breathtaking panoramas, a valley of seemingly endless vistas, fascinating contrasts and unique skies. St. Moritz is a world-famous, glamorous centre of attraction amidst the ancient, harsh natural environment of Upper Engadine. And at its centre the Youth Hostel. The building, positioned on the edge of the forest in St. Moritz, has an open and uncomplicated atmosphere. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Jugendherberge St. Moritz Bad Hotel St. Moritz