View from outdoor terrace at Chesa Falcun in Klosters

A luxuriously royal retreat

Understated luxury – welcome to Klosters ski and chalet fairytale

Famous novelist Tom Robbins once wrote about Klosters, stating “Discreet luxury yes, pomposity just for show, no”, it warns; here “understatement is written in capital letters”. It’s this notion of ‘understated luxury’ that gives Klosters its own unique charm.

Klosters uniquely combines the epitome of the sophisticated mountain resort with the romantic unspoilt Swiss village. Famous for hosting royalty and only a short trip from neighbouring Davos; this exlusive and rustic village nestles in the still rural area of Graubunden.

19th century historic roots

The first hotels in neighbouring Davos, the Hotel Strela and Kessler’s Kulm Hotel, were built in 1854 and 1864 respectively. After the first official tourists made their way to recuperate in the mountains shortly after. The region maintained humble growth during this century, a curling club call the Belvédère Curling Club was established by an English General and the curling stones for the very first match obtained from Scotland.

The fun continued with the introduction of toboggans and the birth of the skeleton-bob some years later. Fast forward to 1934 and the world’s first T-Bar lift was proudly constructed. Over the next sixty years the region enjoyed significant growth and in 2008 the Davos and Klosters tourist offices officially merged.

A diverse resort catering for all ages

The serene mountain environment is an idealistic location in either summer or winter – the diverse range of activities is astonishing. In the winter skiers can enjoy a large ski area sharing extensive terrain with neighbouring Davos. Non-skiers are also well catered for with a broad selection of activities like tobogganing and sled rides.

During the summer this tranquil landscape boasts 700km of mountain trails ranging from defined pathways suitable for strollers to the most intensive alpine exploration. If you like being on two wheels then the cycling and mountain biking options, along with a raft of summer activities will keep you busy. The Madrisa adventure park is also a popular choice for guests who like to get out and about.

Lavish culture and cuisine

Having been a winter destination for the British Royal Family for over 30 years, you can be assured that this humble resort doesn’t hold back when it comes to gastronomy and enjoyment. Many guests often stop at the Michelin starred Restaurant Walserhof cooking up seasonal culinary masterpieces that a royal would be impressed with. Good restaurants are plentiful. There are many others, tucked away above the village, who will pick you up in vehicles and send you home again on a sledge in the moonlight.

On your way down the mountain don’t miss Schwendi and/or Gaudy’s, a traditional wooden chalet bar for an après drink. If the afternoon lingers into the evening you’ll want to make your way to Casa Antica where you can enjoy house music and bottle service.

Luxury retail and refined boutiques

Neighbouring Davos is somewhat of an alpine retail hub with the full spectrum fine fashion, jewellery, local crafts, boutiques and more. Klosters bring about its own sense of style in its relaxed village setting, offering a range of high-end boutiques and refined fashion labels.

Travel to Klosters

Whether travelling by railway or car from your nearest airport or elsewhere in Europe, you can enjoy a carefree journey to Klosters. The railway is accessible from all around Switzerland and other international connections. If arriving by plane then Zurich, Friedrichshafen or St. Gallen Altenrhein airports are all within a 1.5 hour journey.

Explore stunning Chesa Falcun in Klosters from Elysian Collection

Luxury Chalets - Chesa Falcun

6 Large En-Suite Bedrooms • Commanding Valley Views • Wellness Centre • Extravagant Outdoor Terrace • Private 6 Car Garage

Experience Chesa Falcun

Winter activities in Klosters

Offering 315km of pistes, off-mountain activities and connected to nearby Davos, there is endless winter fun to be enjoyed.

Winter in Klosters

Summer activities in Klosters

An impressive landscape with world-class mountain biking, golf, sailing and more. Klosters is your perfect summer playground.

Summer in Klosters

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