I arrived in St.Moritz by train taking the scenic albula line. A very beautiful train ride indeed. I was picked up at the station by a Kempinski driver with a deluxe BMW.
My room was already prepared and check-in was swift. The rooms are unfussy and tidy, nothing more. Bathrooms nicely appointed and I had a balcony with a small coffee table and a chair, perfect for a little break outside.
The hotel features 3 restaurants, a gourmet restaurant called Cà d’oro serving mediterean cuisine, the Enoteca with modern regional dishes (both were closed on my visit) and the Restaurant Les Saisons which serves breakfast and and steaks and sushi in the evenings.
The large lobby bar is an enchanting place, great to see and to be seen.
On 2,800 sqm the Kempinski The Spa has four different saunas, a steam bath, a laconium, an indoor pool, Kneipp baths, a gym, a sun terrace and a separate ladies’ spa. It is highly impressive and I enjoyed it very much. I can only imagine how nice it would be to visit that marvelous alpine spa in the winter time.
The hotel staff is professional and international. I have overheard a few german guests to complain about finding it difficult to find a german-speaking staff.
The Kempinski Grand hotel des bains is a truly gem in the alps. There are some great offers available for off season deals but keep in mind that the hotels closes twice a year during low season.