Luxury Ski Chalets Davos

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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, thus establishing itself as a mecca for luxury ski holidays. Set in a high, flat-bottomed valley in the Graubunden region of the Swiss Alps, Davos shares its slopes with its famous neighbour, Klosters, offering an incredible 320 km of magnificent ski runs.

Being a city, Davos is bigger than most ski resorts with a wide choice of bars, restaurants, luxury ski chalets, hotels and apartments. 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 by what Davos has to offer either. The city has excellent sports 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.

Luxury Chalets & Apartments in Davos

Davos has two main centres, Dorf and Platz, which are approximately 2 km apart. 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 properties that are not available to rent publicly.

Skiing in Davos & Klosters

At 1560m, Davos is the highest town in Europe with 320km 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. Experts will appreciate the black runs through the Meierhofer Tälli to the hamlet of Wolfgang, as well as the demanding itinerary routes to Klosters. The Pischa section of the resort is very popular with freeriders and is the starting point for many freeride tours.

There are few luxury chalets in Davos that have direct access to the slopes however there are great transport links in Davos to access the incredible skiing whatever your level.

For more information on skiing in Davos explore our full guide.

Eating & Drinking 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. La Riva’s classic cuisine with a modern twist has been rewarded with a Michelin star. Enjoy what head chef Dominique Schrotter has prepared for you with fresh local produce. From Terrine of Venison to Chestnut Cream soup, the menu at La Riva has something for everyone.

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 opportunity to dance daily to international DJs and live music acts.

Should you not wish to explore the restaurants as much during your luxury ski holiday in Davos, there are also several luxury catered ski chalets in Davos so you can sit back and relax whilst your private chef cooks up a delicious meal for the whole family.

For more information on eating and drinking in Davos explore our full guide.

A perfect day in Davos

  1. Enjoy freshly prepared pastries in your catered chalet in Davos before heading out onto the slopes for an exhilarating day of skiing.
  2. For the beginners skiers in the group head towards Bolgen at the bottom of Jakobshorn whilst the intermediate and advanced skiers can head 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.

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