When In St. Moritz, Nira Alpina Makes Your Day

A thing of beauty is a joy forever, and forever is you’re sure to feel this forever joy when you visit St. Moritz. A scenic tourist spot right up in the breathtaking Alps, St. Moritz is one of a kind holiday. It has pistes running for up to 350 kilometers dotted with majestic five-star luxury hotels.

 

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Whether idly lying on top of Piz Nair Wall, watching the enchanting view of the Endagin valley, or skiing off a height of 10,000 feet or having an opulent dinner with a stunning view of Lake Silvaplana, St. Moritz  has got it all.

To have a complete experience of St. Moritz, perhaps, the best place to stay is Nira Alpina. Nira Alpina is a destination resort by Shanti Hospitality, which is a subsidiary of global private equity firm C&C Alpha (CCAG) and is the only ski-in and ski-out hotel. It was recommended by a local, who has been living in St. Moritz for the past twenty years. He told Style Altitude that having a fondue night at Nira Alpina’s Pichalain is one of his top reasons to love the town especially because of the place’s unique Bohemian ambience.

The best advantage of staying at Nira Alpina is that you can reach the skiing summit, a whopping 10, 000 ft. high, in just 15 minutes and without any hassle. Just walk through a private walkway, catch the Corvatsch cable car—and viola! Winters are perfect to go skiing or play polo on a frozen lake. Nira Alpina  is also connected to hiking and biking trails, making it suitable for summers too. So, get packing, the Alps are calling out!

About Nira Hotels & Resorts

Nira Hotels and Resorts is a part of Shanti Hospitality, a subsidiary of the C&C Alpha Group led by Executive Director and promoter Bhanu Choudhrie. Shanti Hospitality’s wide portfolio includes award-winning brands like Ananda in the Himalayas, Nira Hotels & Resorts and Nidra Hotels and its pipeline projects span worldwide across Asia, Europe and the Indian sub-continent.

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