The Tower Penthouse of Badrutt’s Palace is legendary. The 3,400 square foot apartment has long captured the imagination of guests.
However, the exclusive penthouse has been off limits for 30 years because it was rented exclusively by one guest.
The identity of the elusive guest has never been revealed, but it seems they are finally ready to leave the Tower Penthouse.
The penthouse has four bedrooms and four bathrooms, spread over three floors.
Guests will enjoy the use of two terraces with fantastic views of the beautiful Sanktmoritzsee.
After three decades of residency, the penthouse was due for a facelift and has undergone a makeover.
In keeping with the Swiss location, the penthouse is furnished with pine furniture and wooden panelling.
Each of the four bedrooms has its own bathroom and there is even a fully equipped kitchen for guests who want to cook.
The penthouse also has a library and a large living room where guests can relax after a day exploring the area.
Residents who don’t want to get their hands dirty can even hire a private chef to satisfy their hunger pangs.
But all that luxury doesn’t come cheap and any penthouse tenants will have to cough up £12,000 a night.
For all guests who want to experience Badrutt’s Palace for less, the hotel has 156 rooms and suites.
The hotel also runs Paradiso, a mountain club and restaurant, which serves a delicious champagne cheese fondue.
The spa has an infinity pool, an outdoor pool, fitness facilities and many luxurious treatments.
In the summer, many guests enjoy sailing on the lake or trying stand-up paddling on the flat water.
Intrepid guests can even go white water rafting in the Giarsun Gorge, close to the exclusive hotel.
Golf enthusiasts may prefer to play a few rounds at the Engadin Golf Club, where they can play surrounded by mountains.