Saint-Moritz Roi Soleil

4 Tridents
SwitzerlandThe Alps

Alpine elegance in a mythical ski resort in the Domain des Grisons

This cosmopolitan and very select ski resort - the birthplace of Alpine skiing - combines luxury and tradition, and offers a wide range of unique pursuits including horse and greyhound racing, polo, or the famous Cresta Run on the nearby frozen lake.

Club Med Saint Moritz is located not far from the slopes and lake. After a day's skiing, parents and children can prolong the fun with a sledging session.

The Resort stands at an altitude of 1,750 metres (5,740 ft).

Club

A comfortable and elegant Club Room offering a good standard of comfort, with all the facilities and services essential to your well-being.

The Family Club Room has 2 bedrooms. Why not treat yourself to a Peak View Club Room, a comfortable and elegant Club Room with a fine view of the peaks, situated on the 3rd, 4th and 5th floors of the hotel.

Surface 9 m² - 29 m², 97 - 312 sqft
Guests 1 - 4 persons

Delicious, creative cuisine and impeccable table art. Our chefs really let their creative juices flow, to ensure you have a fabulous and entertaining meal.


Main restaurant

Conveniently located on the ground floor of the hotel with fantastic views over Saint Moritz, this is the perfect place to relax throughout the day. Start off with a hearty breakfast, take a leisurely lunch, and share your stories of the day's exploits with your friends and family over dinner. The buffet has a tantalising array of dishes with an eclectic international influence.


The Corviglia

When you're out on the pistes, Le Corviglia is the perfect refuge, inviting you to take a break and recharge your batteries. At 2,550 meters (8,365 ft), it's no wonder there are stunning views of the mountains. Dining in such a secluded spot makes your day's adventures even more memorable, and the restaurant can be accessed by non-skiers. Open on certain days, check on site for information.


The Stubli

This mountain restaurant specialises in local delicacies. You're in the best possible place to sample the famous Alpine Savoyard cuisine! The Stubli serves delicious traditional food with a contemporary touch, in a friendly and warm environment. Try authentic fondue and dishes that were inspired by the harsh mountain winters - the perfect comfort food after a great day ou the slopes. Booking is required, at Reception.

Price includes

Refreshing drinks such as water, fruit juices for the kids, cocktails with and without alcohol for the parents and an array of hot drinks are all included in your offer. If you're looking for a taste of local flavour, then opt for local spirits and wines to really immerse yourself in the culture. An international selection is also available as well as sweet and savoury snacks.

With supplement

Some drinks on the Resort are not included in your offer such as à la carte wines and champagne when you treat yourself to a nice meal, and drinks from super-premium brands. Vending machines are placed around some Resorts where you can pick up bottled and canned drinks all day and night (also from Club Med Boutiques). VSOP and XO spirits also come at an additional cost.


Main bar

Tucked neatly away in the center of the Resort at the foot of the snow-capped mountains, the main bar is a great place to unwind with the family after an exhilarating day on the pistes. Relax in the cosy interior, and warm up with a hot drink and snack.


The Nightclub bar

Party the night away at the foot of the snow-covered mountains of Saint-Moritz Roi Soleil at the Resort's Nightclub Bar. With a huge selection of cocktails, wines and spirits to choose from, the party will soon be in full swing.

With the benefit of over 40 years' Club Med experience behind it, our Resort proposes innovative clubs for children and teenagers:

- Dedicated areas specifically designed for their needs, and equipment designed with a view to comfort and safety

- G.O®s with a passion for their job(1)

- Skiing or snowboard lessons given by professional ski instructors, creative activities and games for the different age groups

- Opening hours that allow parents to make the most of their day's skiing, and respect the children's desires and sleeping patterns

For information: the children's clubs are open all week, except Sunday.

(1)In France, G.O®s with a BAFA (State diploma for youth group leaders) or childcare qualification, depending on the age of the children; in other countries, an equivalent local diploma or relevant experience.

Mini Club Med® (4 to 10)

We've thought of everything possible to ensure your children have a unique, adventure-packed vacation, with discovery, sports and activities for each age group.

From 8.30 am to 5 pm and from 7 pm to 9 pm, 6 days a week


Juniors' Club Med® (11 to 17)

Teenagers can meet up and take part in the activities that interest them most, in the company of their G.O®:
Sports activities: Alpine skiing or snowboarding lessons or, during the school vacations, the Multi Snow Sports program
Artistic activities: dance, shows, crazy signs
Evenings: entertainment, films, shows

6 days out of 7

Baby-sitting

From 4 months to 7 years

To enjoy a moment to the full in complete freedom, take advantage of the baby-sitting service. Information in reception

Baby corner

From 4 to 23 months

This baby corner, located in the main restaurant, proposes sweet and savoury baby foods and all the equipment necessary for preparing your babies' meals.

Club Med Baby Welcome® (from 4 to 23 months)

Until 23 months

Personal welcome, baby-care material available in your room and/or in the baby feeding and equipment room:
Cot
Changing mat
Baby bath
Bottle-warmer
High chair and/or booster cushions in the restaurant on request
Sweet and savoury baby foods, baby corner equipped for preparing babies' meals
Pushchairs available if required

Snow garden

From 4 to 10 years

From 4 years old, participants learn to ski, with circuits around figurines and under hoops; they learn to use the ski tow and snow belt.

SPORTS

  • Alpine skiing
  • Cross country skiing
  • Snowboarding
  • Multi Snow Sports program
  • Weights room
  • Aquadynamic
  • Walks, snow shoe walks and Nordic walking

Switzerland

Switzerland in brief

- Official name: Swiss or Helvetic Confederation, made up of 26 cantons

- Surface area: 41,285 sq km, including 1,289 sq km of lakes

- Capital: Berne

- Official languages: German, French, Italian and Romanche

- Currency: the Swiss Franc

- Religions: Catholicism (39%) and Reformed Evangelical Church (33%) are the major religions

Useful facts for your stay at St Moritz Roi Soleil Club Med

Main public holidays and events in Switzerland and the St Moritz region

- in January: New Year’s Day (1 January) / Cartier Polo World Cup on Snow (polo on snow, held in St Moritz in January or February)

- in February: White Turf (horse racing on snow, held in St Moritz in February)

- in April: Easter Monday

- in May: Labour Day (1 May) / Ascension Day / Whit Monday

- in August: Swiss National Day (1 August) / Assumption of the Virgin Mary (15 August)

- in September: Federal Fast Day (day of penitence and prayer, on the 3rd Sunday in September)

- in November: All Saints Day (1 November) / Ewigkeitssonntag (Protestant Church, commemoration of the dead, the last Sunday before the first Sunday of Advent, end of November)

- in December: St Nicolas (6 December) / Christmas Day (25 December)

Swiss culinary specialities

- Starters: wide variety of cured meats: salami, cabbage sausage, Vaudois sausage, Valais dried meat and Grison meat, longeole genevois (sausage with pork and lean meat)

- Dishes: cheese fondue, raclette (melted cheese with potatoes, gherkins and cold meats), croutes (melted cheese and white wine on bread), röstri (crispy potato cake), bölletünne (onion tart with bacon, a Vaudois speciality), capuns (meat, cheese and lettuce leaves)

- Cheese: cheese of the Swiss Alps (Tessin and Berne), emmental, gruyère, tête de Moine, Freibourg vacherin, Mont d’Or vacherin

- Desserts: zug cherry liqueur cake, pear bread (pie with pears cooked in red wine, figs, prunes, dates and almonds), bünder nusstorte (honey and walnut tart, a Grisons speciality), boules de sils (chocolate speciality from the Grisons).

Flora and fauna native to Switzerland

- Flora: edelweiss, anemones, Alpine asters, rhododendrons, dwarf junipers; willow, poplar, beech, pine, ash, larch and elm trees

- Fauna: chamois and ibex; frogs and black Alpine salamander; over 200 species of birds

Shopping in Switzerland

- Craftwork: watches, knives

- Local produce: cheese, chocolate, liqueurs

A few useful expressions for your stay in Switzerland

- Hello: allegra, bundi (in Romanche) / Grüezi (Swiss German)

- Goodbye: a revair, chau (in Romanche) / Uf Wiederluäga (Swiss German)

- Yes / No: gea / na (in Romanche); ja / nein (in Swiss German)<brQ
- Please: per piaschair (in Romanche) / bitte (in Swiss German)

Places of interest to discover in the area surrounding St Moritz Roi Soleil Club Med

Make the most of your stay at St Moritz Roi Soleil Club Med to discover the natural beauty and fascinating culture of Switzerland.

In the south east of Switzerland, in the canton of the Grisons, in the Haute Engadine region, at an altitude of 1,700 metres, St Moritz is one of the oldest and most renowned ski resorts in the world. The Club Med Resort is located:

a few minutes from the Segantini Museum, with works by the artist of the same name, and from the Engadine Museum where you can learn about local life and traditions

one and a half hours from Chur or Coire, the oldest town in Switzerland, with its cathedral and Roman remains

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Saint-Moritz Roi Soleil

This cosmopolitan and very select ski resort - the birthplace of Alpine skiing - combines luxury and tradition, and offers a wide range of unique pursuits including horse and greyhound racing, polo, or the famous Cresta Run on the nearby frozen lake.

Club Med Saint Moritz is located not far from the slopes and lake. After a day's skiing, parents and children can prolong the fun with a sledging session.

The Resort stands at an altitude of 1,750 metres (5,740 ft).


  • Experiencing the cosmopolitan ambience of a sunny ski resort
  • Enjoying authentic cross-country skiing over 170 kms (105 miles) of runs
  • Enjoying your après ski sessions at the pool or working off excess energy in the fitness room
  • Tantalising your taste buds in the Resort's restaurants, trying Swiss and Italian cuisine

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