Klosters Luxury Chalet Rental
If you’re struggling to decide which Klosters chalet is best for you, contact our friendly team here.
Klosters Luxury Apartment Rental
A luxury apartment in Klosters is hard to come by, but we’ve got a small exclusive selection of properties that are loved. From 2 person cosy apartment with a lounge sofa and crackling fire, to 6 person penthouse style rentals with sauna and hot tub in the spa area. Traditional style wooden décor and local design make our apartments an alpine luxury amongst partners and families visiting this beautiful area.
Klosters Catered Chalet
Most of our Klosters luxury chalets come with some level of catering already included in the price. Our fully catered chalets usually prepare and serve food on the balcony, providing our guests dinner ‘with a show’ (the show being the picturesque mountain scenery). The quality of the fine dining is high and many of our guests believe the chefs and chalets deserve a Michelin star!
Facilities, Spas and Services
The facilities in our Klosters Luxury Chalets are simply stunning! Private swimming pools, spa areas, Morning coffee and tea served in your room with fresh flowers and the daily newspaper – life couldn’t get much better than this. Keep your eyes peeled for our special Klosters property with a vibrant, energising spa are, a stimulating water massage bed, steam lounge room & waterfall showers with a separate gym & fully equipped pilates area!
Klosters Corporate Rental
Klosters is a corporate dream. Our Klosters luxury chalets are all perfect for a corporate retreat with more than enough facilities, high speed internet and fine food to keep employees working the whole week or longer. Or, if it’s a corporate retreats with no work involved, then look no further…
Our Klosters Owners
All of our Klosters Chalet’s are direct from the owner. Our owners are all experts when it comes to hosting and providing a first class service with years of experience in the hospitality industry.
Our truly bespoke service ensures you will have an one of the finest experiences in the alpine town of Klosters!
Although Klosters doesn’t have a reputation for its apres ski, there are still some great options for a few drinks during the day or of the evening. Our favourites include the Alpina bar and Pellegrini bar. The Bösendorfer grand piano helps to create a sophisticated atmosphere at the Silvretta Parkhotel. A little further afield is the Casa Antica, opening at 10pm on weekends, this is the best place for those later evenings. The short journey up the road to Davos may be a good idea for those loosing for a few more drinks or a little more lively action.
This perfect family vacation spot has a place to eat for everyone. Excellent service combine with excellent food may see you never leave or continue to return year after year. Standing firmly at the top and also our favourite is Walserstube: a Michelin starred restaurant (and hotel) using the very best in region ingredients to create your dream dish. There is also the hotel Casanna and Chesa Grischuna which serve the finest of dishes as well as Restaurant Madrisahof situated at 1,900m tasty food, a cheese and meat room and a blankly to enjoy a bottle from the wine cellar on.
As per most ski resorts, the popular shopping option is alpine sports orientated (and one of the best options for this is Grischa-Sport on the Bahnhofstrasse). Of course, there are also designer clothing shops, jewellery and watches as well as traditional antiques.
Klosters also has a nice selection of galleries with Alexis Art Gallerie paying particular attention to the famous works of Graubünden (although it may be a little difficult taking an item home with you!).
One of the best activities Klosters has to offer is the 8.6km (5.4 mile) long toboggan run; leading down from the Saaseralp mountain restaurant. Kloster has many other activies and things to do including the Zwergenweg (high walk), Madrisa Land (ammusment park) and a golf club. Between Klosters and Davos you’ll have further options like bowling, a cinema, a casino, curling, ice hockey/skating, museums, parasailing & paragliding, Squash and winter walks.
Tourism is shared with Davos so check out the event list from the official Tourism office to see what’s happening during your vacation.
How To Get There
he main driving route to Davos/Klosters 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/Klosters 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 Klosters.
If you need any travel trips for getting to the Klosters whether you are a family, group or single traveler, 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 Iceland or China! Likewise, it may also be worth visiting the Official Davos Tourist Office for updates on travel routes.
Klosters is a great place for an advanced skier. A variety of absolutely classic black runs and an off piste legacy, combined with some of the routes from Davos just down the road makes this area an advanced skiers dream! The resort includes some of the world’s longest but steepest piste, dropping over 2000m to neighbouring villas (where you can then jump on a train and return to the lifts). Some of our favourites include the black (/red) reun Weissfluhgipfel leading to Küblis. Keep your eyes peeled as the ‘Prince Charles’ cable car (from Klosters Platz) will lead you to many more of the blacks! It’s worth remembering, there is around 75km of black piste between Davos and Klosters.
The intermediates have over 300km of pure ski heavenly piste to marvel with all of the ski runs linking back together to take you back to the village (it’s one of the largest connected areas in Europe, so getting board will be difficult). The intermediates also have the option to jump on the free train to Davos to expand their alpine options. Our favourite intermediate area has to be the Madrisa (easiy reach by the gondala from Klosters Dorf). This entire area offers beautifully long runs whilst catching the rays of the sun and wooded areas near to the bottom of the mountain.
If you’re new to skiing, you’ll probably complete your initial lessons on the nursery slopes by the village (however, if you’re travelling during the earlier or later months of the winter season, you may get taken up to Madrisa where there are also so great beginner runs). Once you’ve found you feet, head to the Weissfluhjoch and the Gotschnagrat where you can enjoy shallow skiing (at 2200m) with the panoramic views of the mountain scenery. There is also Hauptertaeli, Dorftaeli und Meierhoftaeli runs which are also perfect for beginners (but pay attention, as you don’t want to end up on the valley runs down to Davos and Klosters as these require quite a bit more experience!).
Klosters (and Davos) are promoted as major snowboard destinations in Switzerland. There’s a radical snow park on Madrisa and a further 3 snowboarders areas across Klosters/Davos. The biggest terrain ark is on the Jakobshorn, at 2500m, it contains a superpipe, rails and kickers and is floor lit until 9pm. Klosters also offers huge freeride areas and options throughout the region. Our tip for the boarders it: use the gondolas and cable cars an try to avoid the on-mountain T bar drag lifts.
Parsenn is where the boardercross (and skicross) is located!
Klosters is also an amazing destination for the non-skiers. The Klosters town is full of classic mountain style luxury chalets, hotels, shops and cafes/restaurants. There’s also plenty of mountain walks and many other activities for the non-skiers to get their heart pumping.
Klosters has a great winter snow record with a great base layer and further snow throughout the season. It’s worth taking a look at the Klosters snow report and open lifts here. We also recommend getting a live view of the mountain during the weeks up to your vacation.