Even if a snowstorm is raging outside or the sun has decided to disappear for a break, visitors can enjoy action-filled days and happy relaxation – thanks to a colourful variety of indoor activities.
Welcome to Europe’s highest-altitude casino! Attractions include American roulette, blackjack, Texas hold’em poker, more than 80 slot machines, possible winnings – and guaranteed excitement. The barman at the elegant Ivory Ball Lounge Bar will mix you cocktails so you can celebrate your success – or drink a toast to better luck next time. Tournament players should make a note in their diary of the monthly Texas hold'em poker tournaments and the occasional blackjack tournaments.
Daily open as from 20.00 hrs
Closed in November and May
Obligatory entrance control with passport / ID
Obligatory 18 Years
Via Mezdi 29
7500 St. Moritz
Tel. +41 81 837 54 54
When did you last enjoy a relaxed afternoon or evening with family or friends at a bowling alley? The Grand Hotel Kronenhof in Pontresina and the Gasthaus Spinas in Bever both have historical bowling alleys that promise good old-fashioned entertainment. You can also challenge friends to a game at the Serlas Parc centre in S-chanf, which has four micro-bowling alleys with a length of 12 metres: maximum fun guaranteed!
“Game, set and match!” is the familiar cry at the Tennis & Squash Centre in St. Moritz, which boasts 4 indoor tennis courts with Bross Slide surface as well as 2 indoor squash courts – perfect for stormy or snowy days. If you have not brought your own equipment to the Engadin, you can hire a racquet or buy one from the in-house shop. The Tennis Café serves snacks and drinks to boost energy levels.
Power training or endurance training, individual training or group fitness, hip hop or Pilates, spinning or kickboxing: the choice of organised fitness activities in our region is vast. The many fitness centres the length of the valley from Silvaplana through St. Moritz to S-chanf have two factors in common: ultra-modern facilities and qualified trainers.
As well as a fitness studio offering various courses, the Serlas Parc centre features a climbing hall (450 sq. m) with bouldering zone (120 sq. m) under its futuristic roof. The panoramic glass floor-to-ceiling windows ensure that indoor climbers, too, always have a good view of the Engadin mountains – providing additional motivation, no doubt, to conquer each route. The necessary climbing equipment is available for hire.
Pick a route with a difference: not down pistes or over cross-country ski trails, but along a path to inner wisdom. Experienced yoga instructors lead courses at the Serlas Parc centre and at the many fitness studios throughout the region.