With 320km of pistes, links to nearby Klosters, and a huge variety of terrain, Davos caters to all levels of skier. Whether it be fun for the kids on Madrisa, freestyling on the Jakobshorn or taking on one of the longest run in Europe on the Parsenn, Davos provides nearly unlimited entertainment.
With altitudes between 1,124 and 2,844m, 59 ski lifts and 320km of slopes, guests are sure to enjoy the skiing in Davos. Sharing its slopes with the famously royal resort of Klosters, guests have a huge amount and variety of terrain to choose from. The skiing in Davos is quite simply limitless, with everything from the family-friendly Madrisa, to more hair raising runs on the Jakobshorn, you'll find something to suit every taste in this huge ski area. Those looking for something a little bit unique can opt for an altogether different ski experience by skiing from Davos to Arosa and then returning by post van!
We carefully select our hotels visiting each property and researching it in great detail before ever sending a client. Our hotels are hand-picked for their unparalleled accommodation, cuisine and facilities as well as first-class service.
Intercontinental Davos Hotel
Located on a hill above Davos town centre, the Intercontinental is a truly unique destination. Modern in its exterior with incredibly luxurious interiors, your family is in for a treat by joining us here!
Situated central to Davos, the Ameron hotel is a brand new build and one of a kind with its combination of modern and chic chalet style. Guests will instantly feel at ease with the welcoming and accommodating staff.
Steigenberger Grand Hotel
Makes The Steigenberger hotel combines the traditional charm of a Grand Hotel with the exclusive comfort of a modern building. The warm hospitality and impeccable service throughout the hotel allows guests to feel thoroughly relaxed and comfortable for their stay.
We'll help you find the best gastronomy in the area, including places to eat on the mountain, local restaurants you need to try and our hotel highlights. Below you'll find some of our favourite spots to dine on the slopes.
Fuxagufer Lodge, Davos
Fuxagufer Mountain Lodge is situated on the Jakobshorn ski-slopes above Davos, and is easily reachable for skiers and non-skiers. Fresh, local produce is used to create traditional dishes and many other regional specialities.
Chalet Guggel, Davos
A cozy and unique mountain hut restaurant with a buzzing atmosphere. Relax in the sun and perk yourself on the beautiful cushions and lamb skins on the terraces. House specialties include home-made Pizzas cooked in a wood fired oven and the fine-peppered crispy Güggeli (Chicken) from the grill.
Hohenweg Restaurant, Davos
Enjoy regional classical food on the mountain restaurant's sun terrace. Their Pizzaiolo knows his craft, which is why their pizza is considered the tastiest of all Parsenn, Davos's largest ski area.
For a special natural experience, it is recommended snowshoeing under the full moon, creating an unforgettable memory of sensational views. The Intercontinental Hotel in Davos boasts a 24/7 gym, containing cardio and weight lifting equipment, allowing guests to stay in shape at any point during their holiday. The hotel is also home to stunning spa facilities, including a choice of pools, sauna and steam room.
Davos is host to 75km of cross-country ski tracks, two artificial ice-skating rinks and Europe’s largest natural ice rink. If you'd like a day off the slopes, the multiple sledging runs provide added entertainment for the whole family. If you're looking for a more peaceful getaway during your downtime in Davos then there is the opportunity to take a ride by horse-drawn sledge into the snowy local valleys, something we especially highly recommend for those with small children.
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