Private Jet to St. Moritz
The iconic Swiss lakeside resort of St. Moritz is loved for its luxurious private summer villas, top luxury hotels, and convenient catered chalets. The reliable champagne climate makes for sunny and dry days, with regular bouts of fresh snowfall. When you arrive in St. Moritz by private jet via GlobeAir, Samedan is your preferred airport. Located only 5 km away from St.Moritz city centre, that’s where your luxury escape to Engadine will begin. GlobeAir enables you to hit the slopes faster and get closer to the action with comfort. Alternatively, hire your private jet to St. Moritz to attend the Snow Polo World Cup St. Moritz, which will take place next year on January 25th 2019.
An outstanding location in Engadine
Winter sports have made St Moritz a firm favourite with everyone from jet-setters to more serious cross-country skiing devotees. Of course, beginners and intermediates can also learn to flourish at one of the towns many snow schools, but even non-skiers will enjoy the cache of such an exclusive resort. Designer boutiques nestle alongside fine dining restaurants, and international events are part of the culture. It’s worth noting that some regular visitors with insider knowledge tend to prefer Dorf, the higher and most glamorous area of town, whilst others prefer the quieter lakeside location of Bad. So, after touching down at the private jets airport, what experiences are there to enjoy in St Moritz?
VIP Slopes in St. Moritz
The runs of St Moritz are some of the most prestigious in the world, a playground for the glitterati with dizzying views from the highest peaks. There are five ski areas in total which are served by 56 recently updated lifts. Long before the snow attracted winter sports enthusiasts, St Moritz and the nearby town of Gstaad were popular with visitors who wanted to bathe in their iron infused mineral waters. Today, guests can recover from their exertions with a deep tissue massage, a herbal sauna and a healing soak at luxurious venues like The Carlton Spa or the exclusive Kempinski Grand Hotel Des Bains.
Off-piste entertainment at high altitude
In this alpine hideaway, there are plenty of European aristocrats soaking up the high life, but more familiar faces like Kate Moss, Liz Hurly, and Robert de Niro also appreciate this fairytale town. Not surprisingly really, when visitors can head to Via Serla for a luxe shopping trip at Gucci, Chanel, and Cartier. After a busy day of retail therapy, it’s part of the ritual to pop into Hanselmann’s, a shrine to everything sweet and tasty, which has been serving up steaming mugs of coffee with cake for over 100 years. Another time-honoured tradition in St Moritz is festivals, and throughout the winter season, this exquisite town hosts a range of elite events. Culinary enthusiasts will appreciate the Gourmet Festival which takes place every January on the frozen lake and is hosted by award-winning Chefs. In February, the White Turf Horse Races bring drama and excitement to the lake, with a meet that boasts spectacular surroundings. Getting to town can be difficult during these busy periods, but GlobeAir can provide a time-saving alternative. Better still, festival goers can cut costs by choosing empty leg flights which are around 90% cheaper than regular private jet trips.