This comfortable chalet-style
hotel has been renovated in
recent years to offer elegant
surroundings and excellent
facilities, including indoor pool.
Location The hotel enjoys a peaceful
location approx. 10 minutes’ walk
from Davos centre. The hotel offers
a FREE shuttle bus to/from the lifts
(runs to timetable), for Jakobshorn
and Parsenn ski areas.
Bedrooms 94 Twins and singles
have bath, radio, satellite TV,
telephone, minibar, hairdryer, safe,
tea/coffee-making facilities and
balcony or terrace. Superior and
Executive rooms are more spacious
and in a separate wing to ‘Classic’
rooms. A junior suite, suitable for
up to 2 adults and 2 children. is also
available on request.
Meals Excellent buffet breakfast and
4 course evening meal with choice
of each course from a daily changing
Facilities Pool, sauna, steambath,
fitness room and experience
showers (FREE); massage and
solarium (pay locally); appealing
Swiss-style restaurant; kids’ menu
and playroom; non-ski kindergarten
for 3-12yrs (FREE), approx. Tues-Sat
9am - 5pm; ski storage with boot
heating; public PC with internet
access (FREE); Wi-Fi (FREE in
lobby); lift. Member of Sheraton
- Welcome drink
- FREE hotel shuttle bus to/from ski area
- FREE non-ski kindergarten in hotel for children from 3yrs
- À la carte dining
Davos Resort Info
One of the first spots in the Alps to be used as a skiing venue and also a 'health' spa, Davos is a large, outstretched town 1 ¾ hours from Zurich by car or 2 ½ hours by train. It has access to 325km of pistes and is linked to Klosters. As a whole, there is something for every type of skier, although beginners don't fair as well. Intermediates have lots of long blues and reds to exploit, while advanced skiers have some good off-piste. The snow is generally good at the higher levels and some fantastic off-piste. What the town lacks for in charm, it makes up for with its fantastic variety for skiers and boarders alike and with the new Parsennbahn railway, access to the slopes is quick and easy. For boarders the off-piste is a major attraction, as is the designated park. Cross-country skiers also have much territory to cover.
The town itself, split into 2 parts, Dorf and Platz, doesn't possess the charm of Klosters, but life off the slopes is lively with 5 nightclubs to choose from as well as lots of bars and restaurants. In addition there are many other things to do apart from skiing. You can take a scenic train ride, use the largest natural ice rink in Europe, visit the winter sport museum, or watch an ice hockey match. On top of that are the great shops and excellent restaurants (on and off mountain).
It is expensive and fur coats abound, however, it does cater for all - if you can afford it.
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