Fantastic hotel close to the resort centre & lifts with an enviable reputation for food!
- Half Board
- Free shuttle to 'Eau la Eau' to use resort pool and spa
- Attractive modern bar
- Large sun terrace
- Wi-Fi Available
LocationIn a prime location in the centre of Davos-Platz just 2 minute’s walk away (200m) from the Jakobshorn lift for access to the ski area. The Free resort ski bus stops 1 minutes’ walk away (100m).
- The attractively furnished rooms have flatscreen TV with some English channels, radio, phone, safe, minibar, hairdryer and tea/coffee-making facilities
- Standard twins have bath or shower and can be used for sole occupancy at a supplement
- Twin Luxus rooms are larger and sleep up to 3 guests with bath and separate shower and lounge area
- Suites Bocktenhorn and Hoch Ducan are larger still and sleep up to 4 guests with bath and separate shower and lounge area
- Standard single rooms have no supplement
- All rooms are non-smoking.
- Cable or satellite programmes
- Minibar or fridge
- Room safe
- Tea or coffee making facilities
- Free shuttle provided to 'Eau la Eau' for guests wishing to use resort pool and spa
- Several restaurants including international and local cuisine
- Cosy ‘Stübli’ à la carte restaurant
- Attractive modern bar
- Spacious lounge with open fireplace
- Cigar lounge
- Sun terrace
- Beauty and massage treatments (pay locally)
- Ski storage with boot heating facility
- Wi-Fi throughout and public PC with internet access (Free)
- Hot & cold buffet breakfast
- 4 course evening meals with choice of main dish
- Christmas & New Year gala dinners included
- Welcome drink
- Credit towards à la carte dining CHF37.50 per person
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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.