Derby 37 - Small but nice
The beautiful 1 room apartment includes a newly renovated bathroom and a separate kitchen. A highlight is the large south-facing balcony with a great mountain panorama from the top floor of the building. The Signal mountain railway, indoor swimming pool Ovavera, bus stop, children's playground, the lake and restaurants are in the immediate vicinity.
The small 1-room apartment is the perfect starting point to explore the Engadine. On 40 sqm you will find everything you need to have a nice and pleasant stay.
Everything at a glance
St. Moritz Bad, near the village square
1 room apartment, 40qm
1 - 2 persons
4th floor, elevator available
1 living and sleeping area
separated kitchen area, 1 bathroom, balcony
Wiress LAN free of charge
Extras: 1 parking space in front of the house included
Derby 37 non-binding inquiry
What our guests say about Derby37
Great, spacious place with Mountain View's from both rooms. Very well equipped with everything you need for a great holiday.
We had a nice time at Anna's - the unit is well equipped and the location in the centre of Saint-Moritz-Bad is very convenient! Loved the view on the mountains and proximity to the lake too!
More details about the apartment
CH-7500 pcs. Moritz Bad, Via Tegiatscha 13
Holiday apartment Derby37
Pets on request
1 Television sets, SAT-TV
Cleaning and hygiene articles available for the first days
Bed linen, towels and kitchen linen on request
Ski and bike room
washing machine and dryer in the house
1 car parking space in front of the house
Situated in the middle of the Upper Engadine lake landscape at 1856 m above sea level, St. Moritz is one of the most famous holiday resorts in the world. The exclusive holiday resort impresses with its distinctive cosmopolitan ambience and is always worth a visit with its 322 days of sunshine per year. Originally, St. Moritz became famous for its healing springs, whose existence can be traced back up to 3000 years. With a healthy mixture of nature, culture, sports, business and tranquillity, the birthplace of alpine winter tourism leaves nothing to be desired.