St. Moritz has hosted two Winter Olympics. Second and fifth.
St. Moritz, although small, can't compare with the big coffees in Zurich and Geneva, but he is constantly showing surprises.
150 years ago, winter tourism was born here. In the winter of 1864, Kulm Hotel persuaded five British tourists to stay, not fun and no money. In order to satisfy these VIPs, the hotel has designed a lot of outdoor activities, such as skiing and ice polo, so that everyone can experience unprecedented fun. In the spring of the following year, these tourists returned to the UK and strongly recommended St. Moritz. Since then, tourists have come to visit.
In addition, Switzerland's first electric light, the first light rail tram, the first alpine golf tournament, the first Alpine energy-saving hotel and the ice lake horse racing are all here.
Although St. Moritz's own coffee is not big, many big coffees like to come here for a holiday. What a rich man, a member of the royal family, every year to St. Moritz to cool off. On the Via Serlas, which is only 300 meters long in the city center, there are more than 50 top luxury brands, and its new products are launched faster than Paris. So, the five-star hotels here are more than Zurich and Geneva, the most in Switzerland.