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Grand Resort Bad Ragaz, Switzerland, celebrates Michelin Star win for IGNIV by Andreas Caminada

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Guests can enjoy special celebratory offers & look forward to the opening of IGNIV in St Moritz

Europe’s leading medical health and wellbeing resort, Grand Resort Bad Ragaz, is welcoming guests to enjoy the unique fine-dining sharing experience offered at IGNIV by Andreas Caminada, which has been awarded a Michelin Star. Opened in December 2015 by three times Michelin-starred Swiss chef, Andreas Caminada, IGNIV offers guests the chance to indulge in superb cuisine in stunning five-star surroundings.

The restaurant’s chef de cuisine, Silvio Germann, has also been awarded 16 GaultMillau points and named “Discovery of the Year in German-speaking Switzerland”.

To celebrate these fantastic achievements, guests who book a table at IGNIV can enjoy exclusive discounted stays at the resort’s Grand Hotel Hof Ragaz, paying just CHF 290/approx.£238* per person a night for a single room or CHF 450/£369* per person per night for a double room deluxe. This special offer is available until 30th November 2016, excluding 7th to 15th November 2016. 

IGNIV birthday special & expansion to St Moritz 
This year, Andreas Caminada is due to expand his nest with the opening of the second IGNIV restaurant, this time in St Moritz at the Le Relais restaurant at Badrutt’s Palace. From 21st December 2016, guests will be able to experience IGNIV’s signature concepts and flavours at this new venue nestled in one of Switzerland’s most exclusive addresses. 

December also sees the first anniversary of IGNIV by Andreas Caminada at Grand Resort Bad Ragaz and to celebrate this landmark occasion the resort is offering guests an IGNIV birthday special package.

The IGNIV birthday special starts from CHF 535/approx.£439 per person per night and includes:
·     One night including a generous buffet breakfast
·     36.5° wellbeing package
·     Welcome drink at the bar
·     Champagne aperitif at IGNIV by Andreas Caminada
·     One 4-course birthday dinner including wine and coffee or tea at IGNIV by Andreas Caminada
·     A surprise birthday gift

Available to book from 1st to 18th December 2016 depending on availability.

The Caminada Experience
Guests at Grand Resort Bad Ragaz can also treat themselves to a special two-day journey of culinary indulgence with Grand Resort Bad Ragaz’s Caminada Experience, which combines dinner at IGNIV by Andreas Caminada, with lunch at Caminada’s gourmet Schauenstein Schloss Restaurant Hotel.

At IGNIV, guests will be treated to a four-course dinner created by Silvio Germann, while, chef de service and sommelier, Francesco Benvenuto, selects the perfect wine from the more than 600 varieties in his cellar, to accompany and complement each dish. The following day, guests can take advantage of Grand Resort Bad Ragaz’s limousine service, with an Audi Q7 available to whisk them away in style to enjoy a six-course lunch prepared by Caminada and his team at the nearby Schauenstein Schloss Restaurant Hotel in Fürstenau.

The Caminada Experience starts from CHF 600/approx.£492 per person per night and includes:
• Two nights including a generous buffet breakfast
• 36.5° wellbeing package
• Welcome drink at the bar
• Four-course dinner including wine and coffee or tea at IGNIV by Andreas Caminada
• Six-course lunch including aperitif, wine and coffee or tea at Schauenstein Schloss Restaurant Hotel
• Limousine service from the Grand Resort Bad Ragaz to Schauenstein Schloss Restaurant Hotel and back
• A special gift from Andreas Caminada

Available to book until 20th December 2016, depending on availability and excluding 24th October to 16th November 2016.

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