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Discover the Grand Hotel des Bains Kempinski St. Moritz, which features a wonderful blend of Mediterranean Revival-style architecture.

Grand Hotel des Bains Kempinski St. Moritz was constructed during the historic reign of the United Kingdom’s famed Queen Victoria, who sat on the British throne from 1837 to 1901.

The Kempinski Grand Hotel des Bains is steeped in tradition and can look back on an illustrious past: the hotel was originally built in 1864 as the Grand Hotel des Bains. The destination originally became famous for its mineral spring, which was discovered some 3,000 years ago. At the beginning of the 19th century, high society from all over Europe took the voyage to St. Moritz to enjoy the healing properties of the spring. Hotel guests can access the spring via a fountain, located in the spa area of the hotel.

The first renovations of the building took place in 1887, which aimed at giving the edifice the appearance of a sleek Mediterranean palace. In 1906, the corner towers were enlarged. Several amazing editions were added nearly two decades later, such as the Ca d’ Oro (the hotel’s Michelin-star accredited gourmet restaurant), as well as portions of the lounge and entrance area. The last renovations began in October 2001, when the facade and interiors were completely renovated with great emphasis placed on restoring the palace-style structure to its original elegance.