The recently completed Presidential Suite at the Grand Resort Bad Ragaz leaves nothing to be desired. The elegant, 300 square metre residence situated on the fifth floor of the Spa Suites building has two bedrooms, a spacious living room, a smokers’ lounge, a wine cabinet and a kitchen. From four balconies, luxury travellers can enjoy the views of the vineyards of the Bündner Herrschaft and gaze out over the Rhine Valley.
Claudio Carbone, born 1966, is successful throughout Europe with his designs for five-star hotels and luxury living spaces. His focus is on light and colour. He aims to make each space an experience for the senses, and to create an atmosphere in which people feel comfortable. Claudio Carbone and his team have been creating and constructing spaces for 14 years – and not just for the premium hotel and catering industry. His talent was immediately apparent when he was working as an apprentice carpenter.
About The Grand Resort Bad Ragaz
Nestling amid mountain scenery, the Grand Resort Bad Ragaz is situated in the Heidiland holiday region of Eastern Switzerland, just an hour’s drive from Zurich. It is regarded as Europe’s Leading Wellbeing & Medical Health Resort and was awarded the accolade of “Winner Best Medi Spa” in 2013 by the Spa Guide published by the prestigious travel magazine Condé Nast Traveller (UK). The resort, which dates back to 1242 when a body-temperature thermal source was discovered and has been honoured as “Switzerland’s Best Wellness Hotel” (SonntagsZeitung 2014), offers an extraordinary and authentic spa experience in the 36.5° Wellbeing & Thermal Spa. With a total of 58 GaultMillau points and 1 Michelin star, the eight restaurants provide first-rate culinary delights.