The Maloja Palace Hotel is located just a few kilometers from St. Moritz, set amid unspoilt natural surroundings.
Built in 1884 by Count De Renesse in the neo-Renaissance style, it stands at the start of the Engadin,
less than 15 minutes from St. Moritz, in the heart of the Swiss Alps.
The most celebrated cross-country trail in the Engadin is directly adjacent to the hotel
and the ski lift to the exciting Piz Aela runs is also just a short walk away.
The only historical hotel near St. Moritz
set in 12 hectares of land facing a lake
50 new apartments
available on request
Massage service and ski teachers
available on request
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The Maloja Club House is situated in the heart of the Swiss Alps, between the Upper Engadin and the Bergell Valley, just 15 km from St. Moritz. Built in 1884 for the Belgian Count Camille de Renesse in the neo-Renaissance style, today it is a sophisticated alpine resort that offers guests a warm, homely atmosphere.
The Maloja Palace Hotel is the ideal place for sports enthusiasts
and all those who are keen to enjoy nature, relaxation and physical activities, no matter what the season.
The Maloja Club was born in January 2010 following the desire of twenty close friends who enjoyed the mountains.
It is 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.