St. Moritz, Switzerland is a posh Alpine ski resort town, which has hosted the Winter Olympics twice and is world-famous for the Cresta Run, a world-championship bobsled run made of natural ice where you woosh down at 130 mph for 90-seconds.
Here in St. Moritz is the glamorous five-star Kulm Hotel.
And inside that hotel is The St. Moritz Bobsleigh Club (as its known in the day) also known as Dracula Club (at night).
Founded by the original “Dracula” Gunter Sachs, Dracula Club has been a prime luxurious nightlife location in Saint-Moritz since its opening in 1974.
Gunter was a millionaire playboy, photographer, art collector, and was even married to Brigitte Bardot for a while. He was the president of the St. Moritz Bobsleigh Club from 1969 until his death in 2011.
Gunter was also known as “Dracula” to the secret society of bobsledders called Dracula’s Ghost Riders Club.
Today, Gunther’s son Rolf Sachs, is in charge.
Beginning as an old secret society for bob sledders, the reputation of Dracula Club quickly became that of a vice den for Swiss hedge fund managers and those lucky girls that love them.
This club is ultra-exclusive, members-only and a strict photography ban remains in place. Access is only granted by accompanying a life member, but despite the tough policies, Dracula is widely regarded as the best party in all of St. Moritz.
Kulm Hotel, Via Maistra 54, CH-7500