Tucked away in the heart of the beautiful Prattigau Valley, Klosters is a hidden gem which has maintained its authentic charm. Chalets built in the traditional style blend happily with local farmhouses while the absence of large tour operators and its safe and cosy atmosphere make Klosters a perfect choice for family holidays. It is the genuine article; an Alpine mountain village, with all the atmosphere and beauty that that suggests. Glamorous and up market, but at the same time cosy and low key, it combines all this with the comfort and convenience of a modern ski resort.
The Skiing in Klosters is fantastic and combined with Davos is one of the largest ski areas in Switzerland. The pistes are kept in immaculate condition and there are plenty of lovely wooden restaurants for coffee stops or sunny lunches on terraces. In addition, the off piste skiing is something very special and indeed it is one of the things that makes Klosters so iconic as a ski area. Away from the slopes, Klosters offers sledge runs and an ice rink, as well as walking routes and cross country ski trails which take you through some of the prettiest Alpine valleys in the area.
There are plenty of places to relax in the evening. The piano bar at the Chesa Grischuna, or Bär’s Bar offer cosy elegance in surroundings with charm and character. The Mountain Lounge attracts those looking for something more exuberant before moving on to the Casa Antica nightclub. For dinner Klosters offers everything from the simple to the elaborate. The Walserhof is famous throughout Switzerland for its exceptional cuisine, and the Alpina’s gourmet restaurant is a must for any enthusiastic diner. For those who want a truly Alpine experience, there is the Hoehwald with its open fire and bird’s eye view down the valley which many of our guests choose to visit by horse and sleigh. In addition there are numerous options within the village for rustic fondues or beautifully prepared pizzas.