Klosters is a small rural farming community with its own small ski area, as well as having access to the large Parsenn slopes, which are shared with neighbouring Davos. The first winter sports enthusiasts were welcomed in 1904, and the resort has prospered from its connections with the British Royal Family and growth in luxury ski chalets in the resort.
Klosters Platz is the main settlement and is centred on the railway station and the Gotschna cable-car, which provides access to Parsenn.
Klosters Dorf is a sleepy outpost at the bottom of the Madrisa lift system. The two parts of the resort are connected by an efficient bus service. Trains between Klosters and Davos are included in the lift pass.
Klosters lies 1,200m above sea level in the heart of the Graubunden district, cradled in a romantic mountain landscape. The well-preserved village, the refined ambiance and the hearty welcome extended by the locals all combine to make visitors feel at home.
Winter sports enthusiasts will find a broad range of activities, while those looking for more relaxing recreation can enjoy the scenic landscape during leisurely walks.
During a full moon, sledgers and skiers gather for a fondue party on the Gotschna and then make the accompanied descent into Klosters.
Outstanding restaurants and classical concerts turn any stay in Klosters into an unforgettable winter holiday experience. There are lots of luxury catered chalets to choose from, contact us for further information.
The Steinbock Bar attracts locals as well as tourists. Alternatives include the Piano Bar in the Silvretta Parkhotel, or the Chesa Grischuna. For night-owls, try the Casa Antica, and the Mountain Pub in Klosters Dorf.
There are a large numbers of bars and restaurants for that quick "pick you up" after a long day on the slopes; The Postli Club for live music , the Tonic Piano bar in the Hotel Europe and the Cabanna Club.
The finest restaurant in town is the Michelin-rated restaurant in the Hotel Walserhof. Together with the Chesa Grischuna, these establishments must be booked days in advance to ensure you get a table.
The Wynegg serves "rustic" meals, and Fellini is a superb option for pizzas.
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