Welcome to the PALAIS BAD RAGAZ

Bad Ragaz is known around the world; the bathing tradition, health spa, wonderful natural surroundings and fresh mountain air make it optimal for relaxation. The Palais Bad Ragaz, with its princely elegance, exquisite restaurants and unique charm, is located directly at this world-renowned spa resort. Quite aside from the healing power of the thermal water, there is much to enjoy about a stay in this luxury hotel in Switzerland. With a wide range of sports & activities to try in the region, gourmet cuisine to taste and pampering to be enjoyed, have a fairy-tale holiday at Palais Bad Ragaz at any time of the year. 

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Spend a night in PRINCELY SWISS LUXURY

The listed Palais Bad Ragaz building dates back to the eighteenth century and has been fully restored to its historic glory. Few luxury hotels in Switzerland offer the same level of historical charm or elegance. The royal governor’s offices, commissioned by Abbot Benedikt Boxler, the Palais was built in Ragaz in 1774. Today, the restored Palais Bad Ragaz is home to magnificent rooms and suites for guests to enjoy a slice of princely swiss luxury. With grandeur in every one of the hotel's rooms and suites, impressive spa facilities and world-class restaurants on offer, the Palais Bad Ragaz invites you to live like a king. 

 

Savour our GOURMET DELIGHTS

Like all of the very best luxury hotels in Switzerland, Palais Bad Ragaz is home to fine dining experiences. Our restaurants are at the heart of our art de vivre - not only the chefs, but also the local farmers, cheesemakers, fishermen & winemakers, make dining here unforgettable. The exclusive ambience makes both of our restaurants an ideal place for a special celebration - for guests and locals alike. IGNIV by Andreas Caminada is a Michelin-starred food concept; faultlessly modern, dining here is based on comfort & sharing. The Restaurant Zollstube meanwhile is perfect for sampling traditional Swiss cuisine - a luxury hotel in Switzerland fantasy come true. Both restaurants are wonderful destinations for gourmets and wine-lovers and must not be missed.

 

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