Waldhotel Davos on the edge of the mountain side commands a breathtaking view over the picturesque town of Davos Platz, down the valleys to the distant peaks. Year round, the panorama is captured by every south-facing balcony - and every bedroom has one! The gastronomic restaurant, too, makes a feast of the view! So does the umbrella's terrace.
Once a sanatorium made famous by Thomas Mann, Waldhotel Davos uniquely provides a luxurious indoor salt water pool heated to a pleasant 34°C as part of the extensive facilities of the Wellness Pavilion. Whilst the hotel imposes itself on the scene, the atmosphere inside is intimate, warm and welcoming and the staff ever-eager to please.
Skiing enthusiasts will know Davos for the challenges of its slopes, chic quality of its shops and its idyllic place in the Alpine landscape. No such impediments for the Waldhotel Davos that lives up to its name.
Few other regions have such a variety of sports and leisure activities on offer in such a small space as Davos/Klosters. Davos summers offer incredible variety in terms of nature, sporting and cultural experiences. Visitors in search of some rest and relaxation enjoy the summer-fresh mountain air, lush green fields, free mountain railways and well-being for the body and soul. Sports enthusiasts have a great time hiking, biking, golfing, paragliding, climbing and horse riding. But most of all, Davos is known as a paradise for snowboarders and skiers from around the world. State-of-the-art transport facilities provide access to five large winter sports areas. To learn more about Davos, visit: www.davos.ch.
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Arrival by car
Just two short hours from Zurich or a good three hours from Munich or Milan, Davos can be reached easily and comfortably by car.
Basel - Zurich - N3 towards Chur - Landquart exit - Davos Munich - Bregenz (A14 or E43) - N3 towards Chur - Landquart exit - Davos Once in Davos, follow the main street (Promenade), turn right onto the Scalettastrasse (immediately after the “Schiabach” bus stop), follow Scalettastrasse to the end and then keep an eye out for the small road (Buolstrasse) to the top of the hill. You have arrived at the Waldhotel Davos. Please be aware that winter conditions can be severe. We strongly recommend fitting your vehicle with rugged winter equipment and snow chains. Free parking for hotel guests is available in front of the hotel.
Arrival by train
Zurich Central Train Station to Landquart. Change trains in the direction of Davos Platz (with the “Rhaetian Railways"). Guests arriving by train at the Davos Platz rail station will be collected by the hotel bus free of charge (advance notice is required).
Arrival by plane
The nearest international airport is Zurich International Airport. From there you can reach Davos in just 2.5 hours by train and 2 hours by car.
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