The legendary Kulm Hotel St. Moritz recently unveiled a major renovation to the Corvatsch Suite, formally known as the Presidential Suite. Local architect Rolf Som and award-winning interior designer Pierre-Yves Rochon, who previously worked on Four Seasons George V in Paris, The Savoy in London, Waldorf Astoria Beverly Hills, and Kulm Hotel's sister property, Grand Hotel Kronenhof, led this grand project. The transformation brings new elegance and luxury to the St. Moritz hotel's top-floor suite.
At almost 2,000 square feet, the Corvatsch Suite is the perfect escape for luxury travelers this winter. In-suite amenities now feature a plush king-size bed, outdoor terraces with stunning views of St. Moritz, a spacious living room with an open fireplace, an adjoining dining area, and a shower, which travelers can use as a relaxing steam bath.
Named for the nearby Corvatsch Mountains, the suite introduced contemporary features to the space, including 70s-inspired sustainable dining armchairs (designed by Patricia Urquiola), Little Petra VB1 Sheepskin armchairs (designed by Viggo Boesen), and a cozy Noonu sofa (designed by Antonio Citterio). The design team also made sure to showcase the suite's large windows to bring the beauty of the Engadine mountains into the space, as well as install a new corner bench.
The design team has also displayed several eye-catching art pieces around the suite, including photography by local artist Gian Giovanoli. Inspired by an Alpine Chic aesthetic, the suite also highlights locally sourced materials, such as Valser granite and quartzite elements in the bathroom as well as Swiss stone pine around the interiors.
The Corvatsch Suite will be available to book beginning December 2, 2022, with rates starting at CHF 6,100 during the winter and CHF 3,500 during the summer season. Book online at www.kulm.com, email [email protected] or call +41 81 836 80 00.