Davos and Klosters Switzerland Ski Tips

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Where to Stay

Hotel Grischa – ultra modern hotel, centrally located with a lively bar and four restaurants. Good people watching in the bar.

Ski und Berhous Schwendi – halfway down the longest ski-run in Europe from Davos to Klosters. Make sure to stop A good place to eat or stay overnight in one of their rooms. You are guaranteed to get first tracks from this location, that is if you can get out from under the duvet.

Waldhotel – set up on the hillside, this hotel offers solitude and fabulous views. The spa area is divine. Rooms are scheduled to be renovated in the near future.

Post Hotel (Morosani) – located right on the main drag, the exterior facade of this hotel is a bit dated. Inside, the hotel offers luxury accommodation and possibly the best dining room in town.

Schatzalp – billed as a unique historical hotel. This property is located at the top of a funicular offering fabulous views and renowned dining.

Post Hotel (Morosani) – located right on the main drag, possibly the best dining room in town.

Pöstli Corner – sushi in the mountains? Sick of fondue? Check out this cozy, contemporary bar – and they will take reservations.

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Where to Eat

KaffeKlatsch – coffeehouse on the Promenade, fabulous baked goods, hot soups, lunch specials and of course great coffee and hot chocolate. If you find a seat stay a while and watch the crowd.

Restaurant Teufi – traditional beef and Chinese fondue in a classic setting. They offer a free shuttle service,  as the restaurant is out of town.

Ski und Berhous Schwendi – halfway down the longest ski-run in Europe from Davos to Klosters. Make sure to stop for a warm drink, lunch or dinner.

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Where to Shop

Bergwerk – Exclusive brands for on hill and the aprés-ski scene.

What to Read

The Magic Mountain by Thomas Mann – set in a sanatorium (now Hotel) in Davos

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