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At the WEF, a glass of orange juice costs 12.50 Fr.

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At the WEF, a glass of orange juice costs 12.50 Fr.

Pure luxury in the five-star Steigenberger Grandhotel Belvédère in Davos. Or rip off? Orange juice and espresso cost twice as much here as elsewhere. Blick has tested whether the high prices are worth it.

Published: 9 minutes ago


This orange juice at the WEF costs 12.50 francs.


Sarah FrattaroliDeputy Head of Economics

Blick journalist Lea Hartmann (31) treats herself to a juicy refreshment during the World Economic Forum (WEF) in Davos: she orders an orange juice in the Steigenberger Grandhotel Belvédère. The 5-star hotel is located in the immediate vicinity of the congress center, where the world’s elite gather for their annual summit these days.

Not only the refreshment is juicy, but above all the price. 12.50 francs are due for the 33 cl orange juice. The espresso with it: 10.50 francs. That’s good and twice as expensive as elsewhere.

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