Klosters shares the slopes of the Parsenn with Davos. Klosters, in contrast with the town which hosts the World Economic Forum, is a small, rural farming community. It welcomed its first winter-sports enthusiasts in 1904, and has prospered from its connection with the British royal family, in particular Prince of Wales. Despite its high 'by Royal Appointment' profile, it remains essentially a small and discreet Swiss village.
Altitude: 1192m - 2844m
Chalet Bear is one of few old log chalets remaining in Klosters. It was completely restored in the winter of 2005/6 to provide state of the art living within an old structure.
The Hotel Alpina has an excellent location in Klosters opposite the main railway station and "Prince of Wales" cable car.
The Hotel Silvretta Park in Klosters is an Alpine-style hotel with excellent facilities, which is ideal for families.
The Hotel Walserhof in Klosters has only nine rooms. With the Royals as regulars, this Relais & Chateaux establishment is often fully booked.
The Vereina Hotel in Klosters is a grand 4 star hotel that has a renowned spa. If you really want to pamper yourself, this is the hotel for you. It is smart and chic with lots of alpine ambience.
The Romantik Hotel Chesa Grischuna in Klosters is a small chalet decorated in Grison alpine style in pine woodwork.
The Hotel Cresta in Klosters is an ideal hotel for short breaks, only 500 metres from the main cable car station.
The Hotel Rustico in Klosters is an absolutely charming three star hotel. It is such a cosy hotel with chic interior decoration that combines some modern twists with alpine rustic charm.
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