Klosters is the ski resort of nobility. So popular with the British Royal Family that one of the Gotschna cable cars is called 'The Prince of Wales'. This is how we dream of winter with a romantic vision of idyllic wooden chalets, friendly and snug restaurants and a picture perfect village centre. There is a diverse range of activities on offer and the skiing provides endless enjoyment with some of the longest runs to be found anywhere in the world.
Sophisticated and whimsical, this is a beautiful destination for families looking for an all round winter getaway. With the resort having such royal connections, you would expect our collection of Klosters chalets to match such regal expectations and they certainly do. Luxury ski chalets in Klosters have a certain refined elegance and style that is understated but certainly highly appreciated. Here you can find the perfect mix of traditional and homely style with modern touches and exceptional service.
The snow here is plentiful and with 320km of pistes, the Klosters-Davos skiing region offers an extensive winter playground for both skiers and snowboarders. The extensive ski slopes are shared with nearby Davos and provide some beautifully long intermediate runs as well as lots of accessible off-piste terrain. Most of the pistes, which are wide and open, are located above steeper woodland, which springs up from the valley floor. This stark contrast between the lofty and rugged snow covered peaks and the steep valley sides makes for wonderful scenery.
For those who love a real ski adventure, then the days on the magical mountains of Davos Klosters will become your dream playground. Here you can choose between 5 snow sports resorts here: The Jakobshorn, the Parsenn/Gotschna resort and the two family-friendly mountains Madrisa and Rinerhorn. Furthermore, Schatzalp/Strela offer the first decelerated skiing resort in Europe. In other words: Here, you are simply spoilt for choice with guaranteed snow-covered pistes all accessed by 57 skit lifts, cable cars and mountain railways.
Klosters is proud of its many restaurants - both on and off the piste - from fondue “Stübli’s”, an Ice Hotel to the Michelin starred Walserhof. In Davos, 10 minutes drive away, there are over 100 shops, several art galleries, 2 museums and a casino. To relax and unwind, there are several spas to enjoy. There are miles of cross country ski trails, skating, sledging (with 7 long sledge runs), horse riding, horse drawn sleigh rides, winter polo, snow shoe trekking, snowboarding (with access to a half pipe), paragliding, swimming, bowling, tennis and squash.
In January each year, The World Economic Forum (WEF), a charitable foundation, hosts its most famous annual meeting in Davos, just around the corner form Klosters. Many guests find the more relaxed, quiet and private setting of Klosters the perfect place to stay for this world famous event. So if you are looking for a truly special and charming luxury ski holiday experience, then one of our chalets in Klosters will provide a truly unique place to stay and be treated like nobility.