As NOMAD CIRCLE rolls into St. Moritz for its annual art and design fair - where Cabana is showcasing a special installation to mark its 10 Year Anniversary - our insiders reveal their favorite places to stay, shop, eat and soak up culture in the glamorous Swiss resort. 



Cozy corners at Badrutt's Palace, St. Moritz © Badrutt's Palace 


Where to Stay

Grace La Margna: One of St. Moritz's newest hotels - Grace La Margna opened in August 2023 - this is elegant, pared-back luxury at its best with service to match. There are 74 rooms, split across two wings, a penthouse suite with amazing panoramic views, and several excellent restaurants to choose from.

Badrutt's Palace Hotel: Nestled on the shores of Lake St. Moritz, this iconic hotel (a veritable village in itself) blends refined luxury with alpine charm, Michelin-starred restaurants and stunning mountain views.

Suvretta House: The only hotel in St. Moritz offering direct access to the Corviglia ski area, this is a large fairytale castle-like option in the Upper Engadine.

Villa Flor: A small, seven-bedroom hotel - full of art, charm and authenticity - sitting at the border of the Swiss National Park in the lovely village of S-chanf. 

What to See and Do

NOMAD St. Moritz: The resort will play host to the traveling art and design fair from 22-25 February, welcoming creatives across art, architecture and design. Don't miss a special installation by Cabana's creative director, Christoph Radl, designed to mark the magazine's 10th Anniversary (more details below). 

Segantini Museum: A well-designed museum, with beautiful views, that showcases works by the renowned Italian painter, Giovanni Segantini.

Hauser & Wirth St. Moritz: In the heart of St. Moritz, in a huge, three-storey exhibition space, you'll find the Swiss outpost of the renowned Hauser & Wirth gallery, designed by architect Luis Laplace and currently showcasing more than 70 works by the celebrated German artist, Gerhard Richter. 

Sculpture, Zuoz: The Hotel Castell in Zuoz has a brilliant art collection, each piece handpicked by owner, Ruedi Bechtler. An avid collector of contemporary art, his collection includes a fantastic outdoor sculpture by James Turrell.


Dorta: One of the most atmospheric places to eat in St. Moritz


Where to Eat

Alphütte Clavadatsch: Set in the middle of the Suvretta slope, this alpine hut is accessible on foot or by ski, and is a great spot for lunch with beautiful views.

Dorto, Zuoz: One of the most original and atmospheric spots to dine in, Dorto in Zuoz (a short drive from St. Moritz) is set within one of the oldest farmhouses in Engadin and serves up traditional Swiss and Italian cuisine in a chalet-style setting. 

Stüve 1817: A great spot for dinner - elegant, fine dining at the Parkhotel Margna, Sils Maria. Excellent, traditional cuisine served up by chef Manuel Telser. 

Pensiun Crasta: A cozy, classically Swiss restaurant in Val Fex, serving local Graubünden specialities including pizzoccheri and beef ravioli. 

Bellavista: Fine dining at the Bellavista hotel in Silvaplana, Sulej, with a warm, welcoming atmosphere and an exceptional wine cellar. 

Krone St Moritz: Delicious Italian food, Krone - which reopened in November - is a go-to place for stylish, elegant dining and excellent home-made pasta. 

Arturo: Alpine-chic in Celerina with a dining room that dates back to 1583 and is carved from cembran pine. Come here for great fondue and raclette. 

Langosteria: Don't miss Langosteria for high-altitude dining with wonderful views.


Panoramic views at the new Hotel Grace La Margna, St Moritz 


Where to Shop

Cashmere House Lamm: Makers of beautiful clothes for more than 80 years, but particularly famous for their indulgent cashmeres. 

Beretta St Moritz: Classic country clothing and outdoor wear.

Local farms: There are many excellent local farms in St Moritz where you can buy fresh produce - eggs, cheese, great pieces of meat - via an honesty box system. Ask at your hotel for the best local options, and dates and times.


 Preview of Cabana’s space at NOMAD: 10 Year Anniversary Tableware Collection

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In celebration of Cabana Magazine’s 10 Year Anniversary, creative director Christoph Radl has designed an exhibition space to be unveiled at NOMAD. The room will be wrapped in life-size photographs of antique textiles from the personal collection of artist and designer, Soledad Twombly - captured by Antonio Monfreda for the 11th issue of Cabana Magazine - and will feature a central table with artisanal tableware from Casa Cabana’s 10 Year Anniversary Tableware Collection.

NOMAD St Moritz runs 22-25 February 


Cabana’s stand at Nomad 2024, St. Moritz

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