Davos Luxury Chalet Rental
Davos Luxury Apartment Rental
Alpine tranquility is found in all of our Davos luxury apartments. Spacious, comfortable and luxurious, our apartments are perfect for the business man or woman looking for a high class ski trip with close friends. Our apartments range in size from 4 – 8+ persons and include everything from penthouse apartments with terrace balcony views over Davos to splendid luxury properties with access to the hotel’s spa area.
Davos Catered Chalet
Davos has a passion for the finer foods and selected wines. Our Davos catered chalets may serve 5 courses of Michelin standard cuisine or a homely fondue which can be shared amongst the group, the choice is yours. Locally sourced ingredients and an a la carte wine list will get your Davos vacation off to an excellent start.
Facilities, Spas and Services
A long days ski needs a long evenings worth of spa time! Our Davos chalets include all the needed facilities like spas, saunas, steam rooms, gyms and massages on request in the relaxation area. For ultimate luxury, we have a few select properties with private heated swimming pools to loosen the muscles at the end of the day.
Davos Corporate Rental
As mentioned, Davos holds the yearly WEF and therefore must be able to host the most famous of business people in its corporate rentals. With high class facilities, professional staff and luxury design, our corporate chalets will ensure your team its looked after to the highest of standards with time to accomplish work in between.
Our Davos Owners
All of our Luxury Davos Chalet’s are direct from the owner. Our owners love the spirit of the town and this is reflected in their properties.
Our truly bespoke service ensures you will have a stunning vacation in Davos!
Davos has a great selection of apres ski bars, perfect for the stylish business person or family beer. With a wide range of options, from lively pubs to classy lounges, there will be something for everyone. Some of our favourites include The Bolgen Plaza (located at the bottom of the slopes, this place is great for a drink after the last run of the day). Later into the evening, Central Piano bar offers a classy feel among good music before Postli Bar / Postli Club, which will be pumping until the early hours.
Davos has over 100 places to eat, from cute cafes to fine dining restaurants. The cuisines range from locally sourced Swiss food to French, Italian, Indian and Thai. The chefs in Davos are prepared for the ‘high fliers’ and their quality of food answers to this. Landgasthof Lengmatta Lengmatta is one of the best for true local Swiss food whilst Goldenen Drachen is by far the best Chinese restaurant Davos has to offer. Some of our favourite fine food, Michelin star restaurants, include Leonto Restaurant and Gourmetrestaurant Mann und Co.
Plenty of shops throughout Davos make this town a great place for shopping. Boutiques, popular brands, sports, watches, jewelry and local crafts are distributed around the town. And with Klosters just down the road offering further shops and true local Swiss boutiques, shopping addicts might need to set themselves a budget and time to ski.
Davos town has activities for all ages and all levels of relaxation or excitement. This includes: Paragliding, a visit to the lake, Schatzalp (the cog railway which will take you up the side of the mountain), Zügenschlucht (a 3km walk around the gorge), Vaillant Arena (ice hockey/ ice skating), the Kirchner Museum and plenty of spas (like Eau-là-là wellness and pleasure pool centre). Davos also has a casino for those looking for to test their luck (or skill) as well as an escape room and bowling alley. Check out the Davos tourism office here.
How To Get There
The main driving route to Davos is from Zurich. Take the A3>A13 motorway and follow the green signs towards Chur. Once you have reached Landquart continue on Canton Road 28 to Davos/Klosters.
The closest airport to Davos is Zurich, which is under a 2 hour taxi ride or 2 hour 20 minutes train. The next closest is Friedrichshafen (in Germany), which is around a 2 hour taxi journey or 3 hour train ride and Allgau Memmingen (also in Germany) which is just over a 2 hour taxi ride or 4 hours by train. Another popular option is Innsbruck (in Austria) which is a 3 hour taxi or 4 hour train ride.
The trains from the Main Zurich airport depart every hour and the station is located under the airport. One change will be required: get on the IC3 and head towards Chur and get off at Landquart. Then get on the train towards St Mortiz and exit at Davos Dorf or Davos Platz (double check or ask us which Davos station your luxury chalet is closest to).
If you need any travel trips for getting to the Davos ‘business class style’ please do not hesitate to contact us! Our friendly team will be able to guide and advise you of the best travel routes whether you are from Brazil or Japan! Likewise, it may also be worth visiting the Official Davos Tourist Office for updates on travel routes.
Davos has excellent conditions and terrain for the expert skiers, with over 80% geared towards those looking to get their heart pumping. There is around 300km of black runs set over the 5 ski areas and many of them cutting through the trees. Davos also has many legendary off piste ski routes with some of the best being from Parsenn down to Kublis, Serneus and Saas. Two exhilarating black runs lead down to Wolfgang at the end of the Davos lake, via the Meierhofer Tälli and the Gruobenalp. The moguls are found beneath the Schwarzeealp and a further great, challenging and wide black run is located on Rinerhorn from Nüllisch Grat.
The intermediate skiers will love Davos and the 5 ski areas. The 12km longest run to Kublis is worth at least a couple of attempts! The first part of the 12km run is rather difficult so it may be worth starting at Weissfluhjoch. Passing through the trees and fields past Schwendi, it’s a beautiful scenic route! Grab a bite to eat in the café before getting the train back to Klosters and then the Gotschnabahn to get back to ski run to Davos. Between the ski areas, there is a multitude of fun and wide red and blue runs, great for carving. Our favorite intermediate areas include Parsenn and Madrisa.
As mentioned, the Davos begginers areas aren’t great but there are a few areas to try. Bolgen on the Jakobshorn, Bünda (close tor the base of Parsenn), the children’s are at the top of Madrisa and a small beginners zone at Selfranga.
Davos loves it’s boarders and the boarders love Davos! With countless intermediate wide blue and red slopes, carving and jibbing will be a blast! Boarders need to get themselves to the Jakobshorn mountain, where the Jatz Junior snow park with its super pipe, kickers, rails and other terrain features are located (it’s also worth noting, the park is floodlit from 2130 from Tuesday to Saturday excluding Thursday). There’s also boardercross on Parsenn and a small park on Rinerhorn.
Davos is a great place for skiers and non skiers alike! With loads of activities and entertainments the choice may be a little difficult, but includes: ice skating, curling, tobogganing, walking, paragliding, hang-gliding, indoor tennis, swimming and a climbing wall. Davos also offers a many shops and a plenty of exhibitions and events. Check out the various exciting events in Davos!