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Davos Luxury Chalets

Rega Pass, Switzerland

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The world famous resort of Davos combines over 320km of marked skiing and an efficient free bus and train service links the six ski areas which include the royal Klosters and the Madrisa areas.

Davos, the highest town in Europe, was one of the first resorts in the Alps to develop ski lifts, back in the 1930’s. Today the town is an excellent base to explore the extensive ski area, and the immaculately groomed slopes and super long runs keep skiers of all abilities more than satisfied.

The area offers some truly diverse skiing on five different mountains. The main area, Parsenn, is easily accessible by the funicular and intermediates are particularly well catered for here with an immaculate array of blues and reds. It is, however, the long runs down from Weissfluhjoch that are most memorable. Four runs varying in length from 10-12km finish in the villages of Kublis, Saas, Serneus and Klosters.

Explore the other areas of Jakobshorn, Rinerhorn, Pischa and Madrisa to fully appreciate this fabulous region. Jakobshorn is closest to the Platz end of town and is a favourite with skiers and snowboarders alike. Lunch can be taken at the small and cosy Chalet Guggel and the après-ski starts straight away at the bottom of the slopes!
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Davos-Platz is the place to be for any nightlife. The younger set meets at the Cabanna Club, which gets started at 9pm. Expect to hear lots of techno rock and to pay about €4.50 for a Coke, more for mixed drinks and beer.

The Ex-Bar also hops but has a strange period around midnight where they close to change crowds it seems. The Chämi Bar on Promenade is where folk gather to see and be seen, drink, and little else. Immediate après-ski with a bit of class is found at the Café Schneider in Davos-Platz or Café Weber in Davos-Dorf. These are more coffee and cake spots.

Piano Bar in the Hotel Europe offers changing entertainment. During our last visit a blind black piano player and singer from Atlanta turned out cool tunes for a middle-aged comfortable crowd, some leaning on the piano, some at the bar, others in overstuffed chairs.
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