About us | Contact | n%2Fa | n%2Fa
Home Get in touch Forum St. Moritz parking in city center
MySwissAlps features ads, commercial and non-commercial links.

St. Moritz parking in city center

Print this page
Posts: 3 
This thread is closed. You are welcome to log in and submit a new thread.
Removed user
Removed user
0 posts
new member
Dec 31, 2016 - 3:03 PM

we plan to stay in st moritz city center around mid may with rental car. the hotel does not have parking facilities and they tell me there is a public parking garage located nearby. I hope that doesn't mean trying to find available parking as if u were in New York city where you cant find and when you do, pay a small fortune. since we're in st moritz in off season, should I worry about the hassle of finding parking in city center? I can opt for other hotels who offer on site parking but they outside city center. I just have no clue how crowded st moritz will be in mid may.

7567 posts
Jan 1, 2017 - 1:34 AM in reply to Removed user

Hi BillPall-

There is no "off-season" in St. Moritz.

Use the maps that I showed you in another thread concerning Kriens to locate the parking. Once you have located it, use of the internet will enable you to understand the capacity and usage rates, as well as cost.

map.search.ch/Le-Chenit?pos=784312,152486&z=51 2

The map will also guide you about what city center means.

Nothing in Switzerland is cheap.


PS- if you named hotel or street address, it would be easier to deal with your questions, and provide more precise answers.

15750 posts
expert &
Jan 1, 2017 - 9:40 AM

Hi BillPall,

There is a large multistory parking garage called Serletta. You can reach it from the road along the lake: www.google.ch/maps/@46 .4965446,9.8427889,18. 12z. There are escalators down to the lake and up to the town center. It costs CHF 2 per hour during day time, and I think you can park there for CHF 100 per week.


All you need to know about traveling by train, bus or car in Switzerland.



Hand picked Swiss hotels and other accommodations are right here.


Who's MySwissAlps.com?
We're passionate tourists and locals. We share tips about planning a trip to Switzerland since 2002.
More about usNewsletter signup

© MySwissAlps.com 2002-2023