The restaurant and club El Paradiso, a hotspot on the slopes of St. Moritz, is now managed by Badrutt’s Palace Hotel.
The legendary Badrutt’s Palace Hotel, located at 1,800m amidst the striking peaks of St. Moritz, has enhanced its excellent service, unparalleled gastronomic offerings and after-hour entertainment with the refurbished El Paradiso restaurant and club, open in February for the winter season. Reachable on skis, on foot, with snowshoes or by chairlift, El Paradiso offers guests the opportunity to experience splendid days on the summit in a place that is both an exclusive restaurant and a club immersed in a spectacular alpine setting. After all, Badrutt’s is also internationally known for its prestigious culinary offer. Hence the decision to take over El Paradiso together with the family-run company Kusana, renovating the restaurant with a surprising new design and a lively entertainment program and maintaining the elegance and style that distinguish the iconic hotel. Guests are pampered from the moment they arrive, greeted with a flute of champagne and the promise to offer them personalized five-star service with incredible views of the snow capped mountains. Mountain Club members have exclusive access to the Gucci Paradiso lounge, while external customers can access it for a daily fee. The interior design remains discreet, in line with the elegant and contemporary eclecticism that characterizes the brand. Sumptuous velvet chairs and sofas are the perfect place to dine, drink and relax, while vintage oriental rugs overlap each other for a textured and welcoming effect. El Paradiso is developed in two distinct areas, the Music Deck in the upper part and the High Altitude Brasserie in the lower part, both characterized by great versatility. Led by Executive Chef of Badrutt’s Palace Hotel, Maxime Luvara, Paradiso’s 200-seat high-altitude Brasserie offers a rustic-chic interpretation of local cuisine, with a refined reinterpretation of more classic dishes. El Paradiso will also welcome its guests during the summer season to continue offering gastronomic experiences at high altitude (https://paradiso-stmoritz.com).