Visiting one of the local skiing schools will be of great interest for amateur skiers. An average duration of a single group training is about three hours. Tourists may opt as well for private tutorials. The more tutorials a skier will take the lower the price of a single private tutorial will be.
The resort town features plenty of gastronomy and entertainment establishments many of which demand dress-code. Tables in restaurants are commonly booked in advance. Before paying a visit to any establishment tourists should specify current rules in advance.
Tips are welcome in any establishment of the resort town. Almost all the restaurants of the destination include service fee into a total sum. As a rule the amount of tips does not exceed 15% of a total cost of the order. Even if a service fee is already included into a total bill a waiter should nevertheless be cash rewarded. Rounding up of a bill sum to any convenient amount will be quite enough.
National currency is an optimum way to pay for goods and services. Tourists do not need to keep substantial sums of cash by themselves as the resort town has adopted a system of cashless transfers. However tourists are recommended to specify in advance the type of credit cards accepted on the resort.
Sparing tourists should not avoid visiting this luxurious ski resort as in the low season local hotels sufficiently reduce prices for rooms and offers attractive discounts for tourists. Apart from ski tours the town of St Moritz offers its guests plenty of other engaging entertainments.