Hauser Swiss Q Hotel

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

Via Traunter Plazzas 7, St. Moritz, Grisons, 7500, Switzerland
Hauser Hotel St. Moritz
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97%

Satisfaction Excellent
Excellent
43%
68
Very Good
43%
69
Average
11%
18
Poor
0%
1
Terrible
1%
2

Value Score Poor Value

Costs 46% more than similarly rated 3 star hotels

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  • Families81
  • Couples90
  • Solo95
  • Business100

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Lake St. Moritz (video)Lake St. Moritz (video)

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Travel Tips for Saint Moritz

Few words in Romansh

by ealgisi

Below few words in Romansh that you can use while visiting Switzerland.

0 - null
1 - in
2 - dus
3 - treis
4 - quater
5 - tschun
6 - sis
7 - siat
8 - otg
9 - nov
10 - diesch
11 - endisch
12 - dudisch
13 - tredisch
14 - quitordisch
15 - quendisch
16 - sedisch
17 - gisiat
18 - schotg
19 - scheniv
20 - vegn
1/2 - in miez
1/3 - in tierz
1/4 - in quart
second - la secunda
minute - la minuta
hour - l'ura
day - il di
week - la jamna
month - il meins
year - igl onn
decade - il decenni
century - il tschentaner
millennium - il millenni
forever - adina / en perpeten
morning - la damaun
noon - il miezdi
afternoon - il suentermiezdi
evening - la sera
night - la notg
midnight - mesanotg
Monday - gliendischdis
Tuesday - mardis
Wednesday - mesjamna
Thursday - gievgia
Friday - venderdis
Saturday - sonda
Sunday - dumengia
January - schaner
February - favrer
March - mars
April - avrel
May - matg
June - zercladur
July - fenadur
August - uost
September - settember
October - october
November - november
December - december
bread - il paun
cheese - il caschiel
butter - la pischada
chips / french fries - pommes frites
potato - il truffel
rice - il ris
pasta - pasta
vegetables - legums
fruit - il fretg
apple - il meil
pear - il per
nut - la nusch
herb - l'jarva
salad - la salata
dressing - la sosa da salata
chicken - il pulaster
meat - la carn
veal - la carn vadi
beef - la carn bov
pork - la carn piertg
sausage - la ligiongia
chocolate - la tschugalata
fish - il pèsch
milk - il latg
cold / hot chocolate - la tschugalata freida / caulda
water - l'aua
mineral water - l'aua minerala
lemonade - la limonada
wine - il vin
plate - il taglier
cup - la scadiola
glass - il migiel
fork - la savetscha
knife - il cunti
tablespoon - il tschadun
spoon - il tscahdun pign
insect - igl insect
reptile - il reptil
snake - la siarp
fish - il pèsch
bird - igl utschi
eagle - il tschess
chicken - la gaglina
rooster - il tgiet
mammal - igl animal lactont
mouse - la miur
cat - il gat
dog - il tgaun
cow - la vacca
horse - il cavagl
bear - igl uors
lion - il liun
tiger - il tigher
trail - la senda
road - la via
highway - la via pricipala
railway station - la statziun
main station - la staziun pricipala
time table - igl urari
plane - igl eroplan
car igl auto(mobil)
bus - igl autobus

Bernina Express

by german_eagle

The Bernina Express train ride is in my opinion on of the five most scenic in the Alps. You will see more glaciers than with the Glacier Express! In July and August you should take a seat in one of the convertible (w/o roof) railroad cars.

Start the ride in St. Moritz or Pontresina. After passing Hotel Morteratsch enjoy the gorgeous views of P. Bernina and the Morteratsch glacier. The Bernina Pass region with its three (little, black and white) lakes and glaciers above them follows.
At the Bernina Pass (2253 m) the descent to Poschiavo valley begins. Soon the train stops at Alp Grüm (2091 m) with stunning views of P. Palü (3905 m) and its glacier and a magical blueish lake below. The Bernina Express then winds down through woods to the valley floor, inbetween offering memorable views of the green valley and the lake, stopping in Poschiavo, a nice Italian style little town, worth a break.

You could finish your train ride here and go back after a visit of Poschiavo to St. Moritz. Or you could continue via Lake Poschiavo and the circle viaduct near Brusio to Tirano/Italy where the Bernina Express ends. This last leg of the route is by far not as scenic as the first part, but also enjoyable. So - the choice is yours!

The town of St.Moritz is NOT my cup of tea !

by globetrott

The town of St.Moritz is really NOT my cup of tea !
So far I really enjoyed every town of Switzerland except for St. Moritz, that was a really big disappointment for me.This town simply does not have any character in architecture for me, it is more of a heap of modern and oversized buildings than a town, where it is some fun to walk through. I also was not lucky with the weather and the only 2 things of St.Moritz that I enjoyed was the Hanselmannhaus and the walk along the lake : see it in my last picture and there was also the church of Sta. Maria, that is also worth to take a look inside, I made a sepate tip about this church.

Skiing Corviglia

by german_eagle

Corviglia (2488 m) is the central hub in the skiing area above St. Moritz. It is accessible by funicular from St. Moritz-Dorf.

In the top station building you find several restaurants from self-service to Gourmet style, all of them offering excellent quality. For example, I had fantastic past with seafood in the Bistro for about 18 Sfr.

The picture shows the view toward Signal and Munt da San Murezzan with easy and medium runs and comfortable chair lifts. It is the area where the Alpine Skiing World Championships 2003 took place.

It is a very sunny and snow reliable area. The snow quality can suffer somewhat from sun in late March/April, especially on the south facing runs from Munt da San Murezzan down to Suvretta and Signal.

The picture shows the view from Plateau Nair (2600 m) above Corviglia of Sass Corviglia (2862 m), Piz Glüna (3102 m) and Piz Saluver (3159 m) in the background.

Great slopes around these mountains, no access from here, though. You must either ski via Piz Nair (cable car) or Marguns and Trais Fluors (chair lift) to get to these fantastic and never crowded pistes.

The view goes from Corviglia to Plateau Nair in the middle, to the left Piz Nair.

I took this photo very late in the afternoon, 16.30 h or so. Usually the pistes are more frequented :-)

The hut in the foreground is the ClubMed restaurant.

Piz Nair (3025 m) is the highest reachable point in the Corviglia skiing area. It is accessible by cable car from Corviglia. The only way down for an average skiier is to ski on the backside to Lake Lej della Pesch, from there get up by chair lift to Fuorcla Grischa which connects to the other pistes.

Very experienced skiiers have lots of fun off-piste toward Fuorcla Schlattain or even between the cliffs on the east side down to Corviglia. It is amazing to watch them (and snowboards in particular) while getting up by cable car.

A must is to have a break before putting the skis (or boards) on and enjoy the stunning panoramic views from the terrace (restaurant).

Munt da San Murezzan (2659 m) is a favourite area for skiers and boarders. The easy and medium runs are served by chair lifts and there are also opportunities for off-piste skiing.

A gem is the "Chamanna" hut which is operated by the 5star hotel Suvretta. They serve excellent food - and the best hot chocolate I ever had. A great place for a break, right below the top station of the chair lifts.

To the right you can see Piz Nair, to the left Piz Julier (3380 m), another huge mountain with a glacier.

Salastrains is the meeting place for non-skiiers (skiiers allowed, though :-)) Can you see the many bottles of champagne? It is really expensive there, but a hot chocolate or cappuccino are affordable.

It is easily accessible from the Chantarella stop of the Corviglia funicular (plus some minutes walk) or the Signal cable car (plus some minutes walk). Some people prefer the horse-drawn carriage, though.

The Signal cable car takes skiiers, boarders and walkers from St. Moritz Bad up into the skiing area. Take the chair lift to Munt da San Murezzan for skiing or enjoy a walk in the sun to one of the many charming huts. The small restaurant in the station (with sunny terrace) serves yummy Apfelstrudel!

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 Hauser Swiss Q Hotel

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Address: Via Traunter Plazzas 7, St. Moritz, Grisons, 7500, Switzerland