When the luxury St Moritz resort hotel, Badrutt’s Palace, hosted lunch at Rules, London’s oldest restaurant, it was a coming together of two most extraordinary venues, representing some 400 years of 5-star service. Rules, quintessentially English with its wood-panelling, old paintings and menu focussed firmly on game, has been serving the rich and famous in London’s Covent Garden since 1798. Badrutt’s Palace is known as the Grand Dame of St Moritz and its maxim of doing their utmost to “make your stay a memorable one” has been held by five generations of the Badrutt family. Six lucky PA Club members were invited to this unique event to discover more about the restaurant and its private dining facilities and also about all that Badrutt’s Palace has to offer in the form of luxury accommodation, spa and summer and winter sports.
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