Kulm Hotel St. Moritz Offers 'All you Can Play' Golf

Kulm Hotel St. Moritz Offers 'All you Can Play' Golf
The Engadine Valley, where St. Moritz is located, has gained a reputation as a golfer's paradise thanks to the unequalled Alpine panoramas of fertile green landscapes, dramatic mountain backdrops and deep blue summer skies.

Over 120 years ago, in 1891, the Kulm Golf St. Moritz became the first 9-hole course in Switzerland, nestled among trees on the high Alps with spectacular vistas over Lake St. Moritz. A course upgrade in 2001 by local designer, Mario Verdieri, improved the greens and brought the layout up to date with the requirements of today's golfers. The location of this par 3 course makes is physically challenging though refreshment is not far away in the hotel's Chesa al Parc restaurant.

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Two years later, in 1893, Samedan became the first 18-hole golf course in Switzerland to open its doors. A classic, parkland course, Samedan is set on gently rolling terrain and offers spectacular views from the valley up to the surrounding majestic peaks. It features broad fairways flanked by ancient, giant larch trees, some of which are over 700 years old, whilst numerous water features of little lakes and streams ensure it is a testing challenge for any golfer. Samedan is just a 10-minute drive from the Kulm Hotel St. Moritz.

In 2003, these two courses were joined by the Zuoz-Madulain course just a 20-minute drive from St. Moritz. The combination of undulating fairways, multiple elevation changes, receptive greens and its attractive setting so close to nature have made it extremely popular with golfers. In contrast to the golf course in Samedan with its links character, level terrain, and plentiful lakes and streams, Zuoz-Madulain is landscaped, spacious and surrounded by forest.

In addition to complimentary green fees at all three courses, guests staying at the Kulm Hotel St. Moritz have unlimited free access to the state-of-the-art, 2,000 sq m Kulm Spa St. Moritz, a wellbeing sports programme that changes daily, tennis courts, and all the open mountain railways in the Engadin/St. Moritz region and public transportation in the valley (bus and Rhaetian railway).

To qualify for the ‘All you can Play' offer, simply book four consecutive nights at the Kulm Hotel St. Moritz between 24 June and 3 September 2016; rates start from CHF535 (approx £380) for two people sharing a double/twin room on a half-board basis. Reservations can be made by phone on +41 (0) 81 836 80 00 or by e-mail via reservations@kulm.com.

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