How to find us

Hotel Chesa Spuondas
Via Somplaz 47
7500 St. Moritz
Phone:+41 (0)81 833 65 88


By car

You can reach the Engadin on well-maintained roads via Chur over the Julier Pass or via Klosters and the Vereina car transporter (trains leave every half hour) from anywhere in Switzerland. You can also access the Engadin from Germany and Austria via Landeck – and from Italy via the Maloja, Bernina and Ofen passes.

  • Zurich – St. Moritz 200 km, 3 hours
  • Basel – St. Moritz 280 km, 4 hours
  • Munich – St. Moritz 280 km, 4 hours
  • Friedrichshafen – St. Moritz 210 km, 3 hours
  • Innsbruck – St. Moritz 190 km, 2½ hours
  • Milan – St. Moritz 175 km, 3 hours

By train

You can travel to Chur with the SBB (Swiss Federal Railways). There you change trains and continue with the RhB (Rhaetian Railway). With its helical tunnels and dizzying viaducts, the railway line through the Albula Valley into the Engadin is one of the most picturesque and most interesting in the whole of Europe. In addition, the Bernina Line has been a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 2008.

Take the train to St. Moritz and then the Engadin bus to St. Moritz Somplaz (transfer at Schulhausplatz in St. Moritz). Afterwards, it takes about ten minutes to walk to the hotel. A taxi from St. Moritz train station costs about CHF 25.-



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Benefits and possible additional services

  • In winter (for stays of 2 nights or more):

    • Public transport incl. for the Engadin St. Moritz region.
    • Hotel ski pass available for CHF 47 per person/day.
      Only bookable for the entire length of stay of two nights or more. Plus one-off service charge of CHF 10 per ski ticket.
  • In summer (for stays of 2 nights or more):

    • Mountain railway included. Free use of all open summer mountain railways in the Upper Engadine.
    • Public transport included. Free travel on public transport by bus and the Rhaetian Railway on the entire Upper Engadin route network.
    • Public transport included + Bergell. In addition, the PostBus journey to Bergell and Chiavenna (IT) is included as well.