Luxury Ski Chalets Davos

Enjoy a luxury ski holiday in Davos with our exclusive collection of luxury chalets.

Luxury Ski Holidays in Davos

A pioneer of winter sports, Davos is one of Europe’s oldest ski resorts having built the world’s first T-bar lift in 1934. Set in a high, flat-bottomed valley in the Graubunden region of the Swiss Alps, luxury ski holidays in Davos offer extensive slopes, good cross-country trails and plenty of activities to do other than skiing too. The resort shares its slopes with its famous neighbour Klosters, and is well-known for its conference facilities, hosting the World Economic Forum each year.

Being a city, Davos is bigger than most ski resorts with a wide choice of bars and restaurants. Whilst hotels and apartments tend to dominate the market, there are plenty of high-quality luxury chalets in Davos too. Davos-Klosters has four mountains - Parsenn, Jakobshorn, Rinerhorn and Madrisa - all easily accessible via lifts, cable cars and funicular railways.

Non-skiers will not be disappointed on a ski holiday in Davos either. The city has excellent sporting facilities including Europe’s biggest natural ice rink, a leisure centre, bowling-bar-bistro, and a climbing wall. There are plenty of attractive walks to enjoy, romantic horse and carriage rides around the enchanting valley and tobogganing on Rinerhorn and Schatzalp.

In summer the resort doesn’t rest, with extensive outdoor activities on offer including golf and water sports.

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Chalet Jakobshorn

Davos, Switzerland

Capacity: 12 + 4 guests, bedrooms: 6 + 2
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Leo Trippi's Highlight

This stand-alone mountain escape offers ski-in/ski-out access and spectacular views over the valley. The views from the master suite in particular are second to none.

Tivoli Lodge

Davos, Switzerland

Capacity: 12 + 3 guests, bedrooms: 7
700 m2 / 7534.8 ft2
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Swimming Pool
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What the Press are Saying

"More boutique hotel than chic chalet, Tivoli is an Alpine heavyweight, and not just during the World Economic Forum. With over 700sq/m of living space for 12 guests, it’s coolly capacious yet intensely discreet, despite being ski-in ski-out and only a two-minute chauffeured drive from the town centre."

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Penthouse Elbert Lodge

Davos, Switzerland

Capacity: 6 guests, bedrooms: 3
257 m2 / 2766.35 ft2
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Sauna
Elevator
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Wine Cellar

What the Press are Saying

"Leo Trippi has access to a number of off-market and exclusive properties that are not available publicly and this year has added new luxury chalets and apartments to its portfolio. This includes Penthouse Elbert Lodge, the most sought after unique mountain retreat within walking distance of the conference centre."

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Chalet Chocolate Box

Davos, Switzerland

Capacity: 4 guests, bedrooms: 2
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Leo Trippi's Highlight

Situated in Davos Dorf, this quintessential Swiss chalet is perfectly located for enjoying all that the resort has to offer.

Chalet Bortji

Davos, Switzerland

Capacity: 6 + 4 guests, bedrooms: 4
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Leo Trippi's Highlight

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Penthouse Flora

Davos, Switzerland

Capacity: 4 guests, bedrooms: 2
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Apartment Tamara

Davos, Switzerland

Capacity: 5 + 1 guests, bedrooms: 3
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Dischma Penthouse

Davos, Switzerland

Capacity: 5 + 4 guests, bedrooms: 4
280 m2 / 3013.92 ft2
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Fireplace(s)
Exterior Parking
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Elevator
Apple TV
Integrated sound system
Laundry Room

Leo Trippi's Highlight

Rented exclusively for the World Economic Forum, this stylish penthouse is within walking distance of the Congress Centre

Bortji Estate

Davos, Switzerland

Capacity: 36 + 6 guests, bedrooms: 19 + 3
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Leo Trippi's Highlight

Bortji Estate is made up of three spectacular chalets located just a short drive from the Congress centre. The chalets have been beautifully designed and furnished and offer breathtaking views and ski-in/ski-out access.

Apartment Börtji

Davos, Switzerland

Capacity: 4 guests, bedrooms: 2
101 m2 / 1087.16 ft2
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Leo Trippi's Highlight

AVAILABLE DURING WEF ONLY

Luxury Chalets & Apartments in Davos

Davos has two main centres, Dorf and Platz, which are approximately 2 km apart. If you are looking for a Davos chalet rental then it is important to consider which area you would prefer to be based in. Dorf is better placed for accessing the slopes whilst Platz offers easy access to the sports facilities, shopping and nightlife.

Davos is well-known as the leading conference centre in the Alps, hosting the World Economic Forum in late January, which attracts over 3,000 delegates every year.

As you can imagine accommodation gets booked up well in advance during this period so it is important to plan ahead if you are looking to stay in a luxury chalet in Davos at this time of the year. With many years of experience hosting delegates for WEF, Leo Trippi can provide an array of services typically required during this period, from transportation and security through to event organisation and catering.

In addition, Leo Trippi has access to several off-market and exclusive Davos chalet rentals that are not available publicly.

Davos Resort Information

  • Resort Altitude: 1550m
  • Slopes Altitude: 810m - 2844m
  • Pistes: 269 km
  • Lifts: 45
  • Nearest Airport: Zurich - 156 km (2 hrs 15 min)
  • Blue Slopes: 18%
  • Red Slopes: 63%
  • Black Slopes: 19%

Catered Ski Chalets in Davos



When planning a ski holiday in Davos, you may wish to consider whether you would prefer to stay in a catered chalet or would rather a self-catered Davos apartment rental. For true relaxation, catered ski chalets in Davos are our preferred option with a team of staff including a private chef who will take care of you during your stay. Some even have a private chauffeur to whisk you to the slopes and back included in their rental service.



Top Catered Ski Chalets Davos


  • Tivoli Lodge - this chic chalet not only offers ski-in/ski-out access but has a superb spa with indoor pool and a children's soft play area.
  • Chalet Jakobshorn - this stand-alone mountain escape with outstanding views can be rented on a self-catered or catered basis.



Skiing in Davos


At 1560m, Davos is the highest town in Europe with 320 km of piste to explore thanks to the link with the smaller village-like resort of Klosters.

Davos and Klosters together offer six separate sectors, the largest of these being Parsenn. Accessible from both Davos Dorf and Klosters, Parsenn offers long, wide slopes and some fantastic off-piste terrain. It is also home to one of the longest runs in Europe (12 km from Weissfluhgipfel to Küblis.)

Whilst the Davos- Klosters ski area is not well known for its beginner slopes, the resorts do offer a few beginner areas with nursery slopes both at Bolgen (at the bottom of the Jakobshorn) and at Bünda near the base of Parsenn.

Klosters ski area in particular is a favourite with intermediate skiers with an extensive network of wide blue and red runs. Many intermediate slopes can be found around Parsenn however for less crowded intermediate skiing, Madrisa and Rinerhorn are both good alternatives.

The Davos-Klosters ski area has plenty of challenging terrain for advanced or expert skiers including some fantastic off-piste terrain as well.

Several luxury chalets in Davos offer direct access to the slopes but there are also excellent transport links to all sections of the ski area too.

->Explore our guide to skiing in Davos-Klosters to find out more



Davos Cross Country Skiing

As well as on-piste skiing, ski holidays in Davos are renowned for offering 172 km of free cross country trails that start from the town and lead to the quiet side valleys of the resort. Throughout the summer months, Davos stores snow under a layer of woodchip which is then used to prepare the cross-country trails for October.

Along the Landwasser, skiers can take their dog with them to ski on three specially marked dog trails, or enjoy 2.5 km of night trails illuminated daily until 9.30 pm. For beginners looking to improve their fitness, the Herzloipe trail is a short circuit without climbs to ease beginners into this sport. Davos also has the Davos Nordic Park which provides special free cross-country skiing courses where skiers can learn the right technique and watch demonstrations of both skating and skiing cross-country.



Davos Night Skiing



If you are looking to try something a little different on your luxury ski holiday to Davos, then why not experience a spot of night skiing? A range of floodlit areas allows you to enjoy sports and fun until late into the evening. Nighttime skiing is available at Rinerhorn in Davos and Selfranga in Klosters. Tobogganing takes place on Schatzalp and Rinerhorn in Davos.



Family Ski Holidays Davos



As well there being a number of family-friendly chalets in Davos, the resort also has numerous family-orientated activities to enjoy during you ski holiday. Families are an important part of the ski-experience in Davos with dedicated kids' play zones that are perfect for young children. Madrisa is the most family-friendly ski area whilst Parsenn is perfect for families skiing together. Teens and young adults can usually be found at Jakobshorn with its extensive snow park.

There are fantastic off-slope facilities in Davos, including ice skating and ice hockey. Sledging is available on eight sledge runs and there is a climbing wall with a bouldering section in the Färbi sports hall. Fatbike tours are available on Pischa and there are plenty of marked winter hiking trails too.



Best Restaurants in Davos

From diverse international cuisine to local specialities, Davos has a wide variety of restaurants to choose from. If you are looking for a mountain restaurant with a view, the Panorama Restaurant Schatzalp is a must. Situated next to the top station of the Schatzalp cable car, Panorama Restaurant Schatzalp lives up to its name with breathtaking views of the Alps. In the day, enjoy hearty lunches or a cup of coffee with a slice of homemade cake. At night, an à la carte menu of local and Mediterranean specialities is available accompanied by continental wines.

For à la carte fine dining in the centre of Davos, head to Chesa Seehof in Davos Dorf. Part of Hotel Seehof, expect classic dishes reinterpreted with a twist. Specialties include beef tartare and veal escalope with potato salad and cranberries.

If Michelin-star dining is a must in Davos then La Riva is the place to be.



Apres Ski Davos



If you like to wind down after a busy day on the slope before heading back to your luxury chalet in Davos, then head to the well-known apres-ski spot, Jatzhütte on the Jakobshorn mountain. Jatzhütte is THE place to party on the slopes with plenty of opportunities to dance daily to international DJs and live music acts.


For more information take a look at our guide to the best bars and restaurants in Davos.

A perfect day in Davos

  1. Enjoy freshly prepared pastries in your catered ski chalet in Davos before heading out onto the slopes for an exhilarating day of skiing.
  2. For any beginners in the group, head towards Bolgen at the bottom of Jakobshorn whilst the intermediate and advanced skiers make their way to the Parsenn area.
  3. Following a jam-packed day on the mountain, unwind with a glass of champagne on the balcony of your Davos ski chalet or head to Jatzhütte for unmissable apres.
  4. When the sun has set, why not soak those tired muscles in the hot tub or head out to one of Davos’s great restaurants like Chesa Seehof or Kaffeeklatsch. 
  5. End the night with a few drinks back at your luxury Davos chalet or head to Postli club, open on a Friday and Saturday night hosting great DJs and with non-stop partying into the early hours.

Location & Map

The highest town in Europe, the Swiss resort of Davos is easily reached from Zurich airport by rail and car. Driving from Zurich takes around 2 hours whilst the train journey is approximately 2 hours and 40 minutes.

Frequently asked questions

Where is Davos?

Davos is set in a high, broad, flat-bottomed valley in the Graubünden canton, eastern Switzerland. Davos is the highest town in Europe with two main centres, Dorf and Platz, about 2 km apart.

How to get to Davos?

Davos is easily accessible by road or rail from Zurich international airport. The train journey from Zurich is around 2 hours 20 minutes. Davos also boasts a comprehensive bus network which connects Davos to Klosters.

What to do in Davos?

Davos is popular in both summer and winter. In winter you can enjoy numerous winter sports from downhill and cross country skiing to climbing, ice skating and ice hockey. There's also a sports hall with a climbing wall and indoor tennis courts. In summer there are kilometres of marked hiking and biking trails. You can also enjoy water sports on the lake during the warmer months.

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