In 1936 Badrutt’s Palace Hotel had its historic farmhouse in the center of St. Moritz converted into a unique meeting point for gourmets and night owls. The rustic and cozy ambience of the Chesa Veglia has always attracted the famous that like to frequent one of the three restaurants and two bars.
This slate-roofed, chalk-white chalet restaurant dates from 1658. The softly lit interior is all warm pine and creaking wood floors, while the terrace affords lake and mountain views. Sample regional specialties like Bündner Gerstensuppe and venison medallions with Spätzli.
The Chesa Veglia cannot deny its origin as a farmhouse. It is still rustic today. But just so popular. Numerous celebrities return because they love its cozyness. The Patrizier Stuben convey the soothing atmosphere of a chalet. Matched by Swiss specialties on offer – and much more.
Via Veglia 2
St. Moritz, Switzerland