Holiday classic for connoisseurs
Davos Klosters is one of the most renowned winter and summer holiday destinations in the world. Davos is the highest town in Europe and boasts the most comprehensive holiday, sports and meeting facilities in the mountains. Klosters is an idyllic holiday village with charm and British understatement.
The contrast between the urban Davos and the idyllic Klosters could not be more pronounced: Davos, the highest town in Europe, famed for the diversity of its sports offerings, its leisure and cultural facilities, its rejuvenating climate, the HC Davos, the Spengler Cup, the Kirchner Museum, the World Economic Forum and the celebrated freestyle scene on the Jakobshorn. Klosters, with its chic charm and understated luxury have made it a firm favourite of royals the world over. Both destinations have two things in common. The fascinating mountain nature is delightful.
A resort steeped in history
Klosters was already a popular winter and summer holiday destination more than 100 years ago. The 1950s saw it develop into a stylish holiday resort classic for connoisseurs. At that time, many famous names from the American and British film, music and theatre scene discovered the ski resort, which resulted in its becoming known as "Hollywood on the Rocks". During this time, many British and American guests purchased second homes in Klosters. These people have characterised the style and atmosphere of this luxurious holiday village for decades, and their children continue to do so today.
Chic charm and British understatement
During recent decades, Klosters has enjoyed international media focus, thanks to its illustrious British royal family guests. Despite this, the elegant village has retained its original character and chalet style and has not become blasé. On the contrary; discreet, understated luxury has become a winning formula in this upper Prättigau region, making the resort a popular destination for many famous guests, who wish to relax in peace.
Klosters has been one of the most family-friendly holiday villages in Switzerland for many years. Its leisure facilities reflect this, with one form of family fun after another: themed walks, scooter runs, climbing paths and the fantastic "Madrisaland" - a unique mythical world of fairies and Alpine spirits.