Luxury Ski Chalets Klosters

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

Luxury Ski Holidays in Klosters

Just a stone’s throw from Davos, Klosters is a picture-perfect Swiss ski resort with an elegant chalet-style village and family-friendly facilities. Well-known as the preferred winter destination of the British royal family, Klosters has a relaxed atmosphere offering discreet and laid-back luxury.

Many of the luxury ski chalets in Klosters are situated in quiet, secluded areas with breathtaking views of the surrounding landscape. Linked to neighbouring resort Davos, Klosters ski holidays provide nearly 300 km of terrain to explore.

The area most local to Klosters is Madrisa, which has excellent intermediate terrain, lift-served off-piste possibilities and plenty of opportunities for beginners to improve their skills. Cross-country skiing is also a popular pastime in Klosters with a network encompassing over 100 km of classic trails and 46 km of skating trails across all levels.

Ski holidays in Klosters have plenty of activities to try away from the slopes from an open-air ice rink to paragliding or hang-gliding over the mountains of Davos and Klosters. In summer, fishing, trail running and horse riding are all popular activities that can be enjoyed during the warmer months.

7 Chalets & Apartments in Klosters

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Haus Alpina

Klosters, Switzerland

Capacity: 12 guests, bedrooms: 6
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Weekly Guide Prices
Fully Servicedfrom CHF 40,000 to CHF 55,000

Facilities

Cinema/TV Room
Fireplace(s)
Garage
Sat/Cable TV
Ski Room
Terrace/Balcony(ies)
Wi-Fi
Massage/Treatment Room

What the Press are Saying

"Immerse yourself in the dreamy interiors of Haus Alpina – equipped with home comforts like goose down pillows, fluffy robes and soothing scented candles. The only drawback is you will never want to leave."

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Chalet Maldeghem

Klosters, Switzerland

Capacity: 8 + 2 guests, bedrooms: 7
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Weekly Guide Prices
Fully Servicedfrom CHF 24,500 to CHF 78,000

Facilities

Sauna
Hot tub
Wi-Fi
Fireplace(s)
Integrated sound system
Terrace/Balcony(ies)
Gym/Fitness
Massage/Treatment Room
Sat/Cable TV

What the Press are Saying

"Maldeghem has all the standard features in addition to its four en suite bedrooms - a Finnish sauna, massage therapist on request, outdoor hot tub, gym and private chef."

Telegraph Travel

Chesa Falcun

Klosters, Switzerland

Capacity: 12 guests, bedrooms: 6
480 m2 / 5166.72 ft2
Weekly Guide Prices
Fully ServicedPOA

Facilities

Sauna
Hot tub
Steam Room
Cinema/TV Room
Massage/Treatment Room
Elevator
Wine Cellar
Ski Room
Sound System

What the Press are Saying

"Chesa Falcun in the Klosters Valley has all the mod cons and comes with a personal chef and two chauffeurs, but its pièce de résistance is its covered outdoor hot tub - perfect when the snow is falling."

CNN

Chalet Chimera

Klosters, Switzerland

Capacity: 10 guests, bedrooms: 5
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Weekly Guide Prices
Fully ServicedGBP 27,500

Facilities

Sauna
Cinema/TV Room
Fireplace(s)
Games Room
Integrated sound system
Sat/Cable TV
Wi-Fi
Terrace/Balcony(ies)
Ski Room

Leo Trippi's Highlight

Just a 15 minute drive from Davos, Chimera is ideally situated for the World Economic Forum and is within walking distance of the lifts and centre of the village.

Chalet Luegisland

Klosters, Switzerland

Capacity: 6 + 4 guests, bedrooms: 4
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Weekly Guide Prices
Accommodation OnlyPOA

Facilities

Sauna
Cinema/TV Room
Fireplace(s)
Children's Playroom
Ski Room
Laundry Room
Garage
Apple TV
Sat/Cable TV

What the Press are Saying

"The end of January is World Economic Forum time in Switzerland, where the most important people on the planet will be choosing the chocolate-box diplomacy of Klosters, just a short ski away from neighbouring Davos, for their convention base. The Luegisland chalet may host Nicolas Sarkozy and Carla Bruni... or Bono."

GQ

Chalet Bear

Klosters, Switzerland

Capacity: 8 guests, bedrooms: 4
288 m2 / 3100.03 ft2
Weekly Guide Prices
Fully Servicedfrom CHF 22,500 to CHF 23,500

Facilities

Cinema/TV Room
Sauna
Fireplace(s)
Garage
Laundry Room
Sat/Cable TV
Sound System
Wi-Fi

What the Press are Saying

"Carpenter Luzi Jugli built this beautiful chalet just before the start of World War II using wood he chopped himself. Jugli died in 2005, but the house was sensitively modernised by Klosters lifer Gilly Norton. Bedrooms have hand-made mattresses, linen is from Oka and The White Company, and bathtubs are huge. Ski photos and Alpine clutter make it feel like a family home."

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Villa Grialetsch

Klosters, Switzerland

Capacity: 8 guests, bedrooms: 4
526 m2 / 5661.86 ft2
Weekly Guide Prices
Fully ServicedCHF 107,059

Facilities

Cinema/TV Room
Elevator
Exterior Parking
Fireplace(s)
Garage
Laundry Room
Sat/Cable TV
Ski Room
Terrace/Balcony(ies)

Leo Trippi's Highlight

Just a 15 minute drive from Davos, Grialetsch is ideally located for attending the World Economic Forum with plenty of space for entertaining and a wrap-around terrace with panoramic views.

Luxury Chalets in Klosters

When booking a luxury chalet in Klosters there are two main areas to choose from - Platz and Dorf. The focal point of the village is Klosters Platz, with a collection of upmarket traditional-style hotels and luxury apartments set around the railway station.

A cable car takes you up to the wooded slopes of Gotschna. The village then spreads along the valley road into the countryside before reaching Klosters Dorf. From here, skiers can access the scenic Madrisa ski area. An efficient bus and rail service links both villages as well as neighbouring Davos.

Our handpicked selection of luxury chalet rentals in Klosters range from impressive private retreats with wonderful wellness facilities to beautifully-restored lodges in secluded locations.

This discreet resort is perfect for those looking to keep a low profile and offers a more refined atmosphere than some other luxury ski resorts in Switzerland.

Klosters Resort Information

  • Resort Altitude: 1205m
  • Slopes Altitude: 810m - 2844m
  • Pistes: 269 km
  • Lifts: 45
  • Nearest Airport: Zurich - 147 km (2 hours)
  • Blue Slopes: 18%
  • Red Slopes: 63%
  • Black Slopes: 19%

Luxury Catered Ski Chalets Klosters


Many of our luxury Klosters chalets are available catered or self-catered depending on your preference. If you are looking to truly relax without needing to lift a finger then renting a catered chalet in Klosters is highly recommended. A catered chalet service usually includes half board and daily housekeeping as well as a team of staff to take care of you during your Klosters ski holiday.



Top Catered Ski Chalets Klosters

  • Chalet Bear - a beautifully renovated wooden chalet with plenty of Alpine character and charm plus dinner on 5 nights of the week.
  • Chesa Falcun - a luxurious private retreat with a covered outdoor Jacuzzi - perfect when the snow is falling.
  • Chalet Maldeghem - a charming chalet with an outdoor hot tub, sauna and massage room



Skiing in Klosters



With six separate ski areas across the Grisons (Graubünden) canton in Switzerland, skiing in Davos Klosters is a paradise for adventurous skiers. Slopes range from 1,560 to 2,844m in altitude, resulting in reliable snow conditions and there’s some epic off-piste terrain for free riders too. Klosters, is linked to Davos, giving a total of 300 km of pistes to explore. Together, the two resorts 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 it should be pointed out that there are other resorts much better set up for beginners than Davos-Klosters, the resorts do offer several beginner areas with nursery slopes at Bolgen (at the bottom of the Jakobshorn) and at Bünda near the base of Parsenn. Ski holidays in Klosters are a paradise for intermediates with extensive wide confidence-boosting blue and red runs. Davos-Klosters has plenty of challenging piste skiing for more advanced skiers. Experts will appreciate the black runs through the Meierhofer Tälli to the hamlet of Wolfgang, as well as the demanding itinerary routes to Klosters. There is also some fantastic off-piste terrain too.

Despite there being few ski-in/ski-out chalets in Klosters, many catered chalets come with their own driver giving you easy access to the slopes during the day.

-> Find out more about the ski area in our guide to skiing in Klosters.



Family Ski Holidays Klosters



Families are warmly welcomed to Klosters and has a "Family Destination" seal of approval. Children can learn to ski in the snow parks of Madrisa-Land and Madrisa-Park Klosters where there is a special practice area with three magic carpets. At the foot of the Jakobshorn is the Kids Slope Home of Winter - a slope combining a classic obstacle course including a slalom run and bumps with an adventure show featuring the snow dragon Flurin and his friends.

Other activities to enjoy on a family ski holiday in Klosters include sledging on eight toboggan runs and ice skating. We have several family-friendly ski chalets in Klosters too so you can be sure of relaxing in luxurious surroundings after an active day on the mountain.



Best Restaurants in Klosters



Taking advantage of the resort's superb restaurants is a must on a luxury ski holiday in Klosters. On the mountain head to Zuegenhuettli, a mountain hut with a vast sun terrace and cosy atmosphere. Other popular choices include Berghaus Alpenroesli and Berghaus Gotschnagrat. Whilst you may wish to enjoy a delicious dinner in your catered ski chalet in Klosters, there are also many excellent restaurants in the centre of town to discover. For example, Chesa Grischuna is a wonderful restaurant that has been serving traditional Swiss cuisine since 1938. For fine dining, Walserstube provides outstanding and unique dishes in a charming and warm atmosphere.



Apres Ski Klosters


Luxury ski holidays in Klosters wouldn't be complete without sampling a spot of apres-ski. Alpina Bar is a popular choice with locals and visitors alike for a cold beer after a day on the slopes. For something a little more refined, Chesa Grischuna bar provides a relaxed ambiance with piano music. If you're looking to dance the night away, head to Casa Antica which first opened its doors in 1959.

-> Discover more in our guide to the best bars and restaurants in Klosters.

How to have the perfect luxury ski holiday in Klosters?


1. Enjoy freshly-brewed coffee on the balcony of your Klosters' chalet whilst admiring the mountain views.
2. Explore the ski area, practicing your technique on the smooth sunny slopes of Madrisa.
3. Enjoy lunch at a mountain restaurant of your choice before trying your hand at cross-country skiing.
4. Head back to your luxury chalet in Klosters for a relaxing massage or spa treatment.
5. Enjoy a cocktail in a piano bar before dancing the night away.

Location & Map

Located in the Prattigau Valley, Klosters is easily reached by rail or car from Zurich Airport. By train, the journey takes around 2hrs 15 mins and by car just under 2 hours. Innsbruck Airport and the regional airport of Samedan are other options for reaching the resort.

Frequently asked questions

Where is Klosters?

Klosters is a picturesque ski resort located at the southern end of the Prättigau Valley within the Swiss canton of Graubünden. Klosters shares a ski area with neighbouring resort of Davos which is located five miles away. Klosters is divided into two areas with the more central area known as Klosters Platz which has a cable car to Gotschna and the Parsenn ski area. Further down the valley is Klosters Dorf which acts as an entry point via a gondola to the runs on Madrisa.

How high is Klosters?

Klosters is located at an elevation of 1,205m with the ski area reaching 2,844 on Weissfluhgipfel. 80% of the slopes are above the snowsure altitude of 2,000m.

How to get to Klosters?

Klosters is easily accessible by road or rail from Zurich international airport. It is about a 2 hour drive from Zurich to Klosters by road and two hours 40 minutes by rail. Private transfers are available from the airport and we are more than happy to arrange these for you. If travelling by train, Klosters has two railway stations - Platz and Dorf - at either end of town.

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