The Maloja Club was born in January 2010 following an the desire of twenty close friends who enjoyed the mountains,
at the Maloja Palace as a private members club and it is situated on the ground floor of the Clubhouse.
The Maloja Club was created as a “second home” for its members where they can socialise, practise various sports
and enjoy sharing moments of harmony with themselves and the beauty of the nature that surrounds them.
The Club which occupies the ground floor of the dependance of the Maloja Palace is a place of great charm and cosy atmosphere.
The Maloja Club is located in Maloja (first hamlet of the Engadine arriving from Italy and only twelve minutes drive from St Moritz)
in its private 10 hectare park overlooking Lake Sils and immersed in its spectacular alpine nature where members can ski (winter),
sail, canoe and kayak, bike, play tennis and football (summer).
The Object of the Club is to offer a great atmosphere to socialise in and encourages members
to take part in debates, discussions and initiatives that could improve society and the environment.
The cuisine at the Club, mainly vegetarian, specialises in the cooking of raw, steamed and oven cooked food, mostly organic.
The Maloja Club offers to all its members the reciprocity to visit the bar and the restaurant
at the South Kensington Club and other Clubs which are under discussion.
The Maloja Club offers to all its members a variety of advantages (reciprocity agreements, discounts, upgrades etc.)
described in the below reported page entitled Advantages and fees for Members.