Hotel Sport, Klosters

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3.5 out of 5 based on 2 reviews
The hotel was fine, I enjoyed it. The service was nice and friendly. No problems at all! I’ve done everything from ski in, ski out to getting busses, and the issue here is that you have to get a bus then a gondola. It’s obviously not as convenient as ski in, ski out but it was OK. The food was good and quit... + more
P. Shanahan
4 out of 5
The hotel is pretty basic to be honest. The food was good and the service in the restaurant was decent. But from memory the rooms were quite basic and the whole thing looked a bit tired. It has a kind of odd format, with lots of corridors and big areas a bit like school gymnasiums, where we could go and play ba... + more
Rob, UK
3 out of 5
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Package - what's included - what's included & available - what's included plus available extras - what's included & what extras are available

Accommodation
Half Board
Ferry Included
No Transfers
No Lift Pass
No Ski Rental
No Boot Rental
No Ski School

Location - where is Hotel Sport

  • Set in its own grounds
  • Approx. 15 minutes' pleasant walk to the village centre
  • Ski bus stops right outside the hotel, guests will reach the Madrisa gondola for access to Klosters ski area, in just 5 minutes
  • The Gotschna cable-car, which links Klosters with Davos is also just a short bus ride away

Overview - hotel description - Hotel Sport description

Set in its own grounds, the family-run Hotel Sport offers comfortable accommodation in a peaceful location, as well as a variety of leisure facilities including large indoor swimming pool and sauna. The ski bus for access to the skiing and resort centre stops just outside.


Facilities - Hotel Sport features

  • Indoor swimming pool and smaller children’s pool ( free ), sauna ( free from 3-7pm only)
  • Outdoor jacuzzi and solarium (pay locally)
  • Table tennis
  • Billiards
  • Bowling lane
  • Lounge with open fireplace
  • Dining room
  • Cosy bar
  • Traditional à la carte restaurant with wine cellar
  • Wi-Fi throughout ( free )
  • Ski room with boot heating facility
  • Lifts in hotel wings housing bedrooms, but not in main wing where reception, lounge, restaurants are situated
  • Swimming pool (indoor)
  • Bar
  • Outdoor jacuzzi
  • Sauna
  • Solarium
  • Ski room
  • Lounge area
  • WiFi

Local Fees and Taxes

Included


Room Types - bathrooms beds & sleeping

  • No. of rooms: 45
  • No. of buildings: 3
  • No. of floors: 3
  • Annex:

    The hotel's several wings all interconnect

  • Official rating: 3
  • 45
  • All with bath or shower, telephone, safe, hairdryer, cable TV, minibar and radio
  • Family rooms for 2 adults plus up to 2 children comprise a twin and a single (with bunk beds), sharing a bath/shower
  • Hotel has several interconnecting wings

Bedroom facilities

  • Cable or satellite programmes
  • Hairdryer
  • Minibar or fridge
  • Radio
  • Room safe
  • Telephone

Accessibility

  • Lift accessible: No
  • Lift serves all floors: Yes
  • Access ramp: No

Meals - food and drink in Hotel Sport

  • Good buffet breakfast
  • 4 course evening meal with choice of main
  • Christmas and New Year gala dinners included
  • Weekly welcome drink
  • No of restaurants: 2
  • Distance to nearest restaurant serving dinner outside of property:

    In hotel

  • Dress code for restaurants:

    Casual

  • Breakfast service:

    Buffet

  • Lunch service:

    Not included

  • Dinner service:

    Waiter

Board basis options available

  • Half Board

This property caters for the following special dietary requirements

  • Gluten Free
  • Vegans
  • Vegetarians
We update Hotel Sport's details often, but facilities do change. e.g. some extras listed by the supplier as "free" or included might only be for the first time you use them, or for one time per party, then charged for further use. If any specific feature is essential to your holiday, make sure you ask us to confirm the details of it before you book your holiday.

Availability - dates & airports - dates & departure airports - hotel dates & departure airports - Hotel Sport dates & departure airports

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Sat 14 Dec 201914/12/19
£899£839Special OfferDeal
Sat 21 Dec 201921/12/19
£1379£1349Special OfferDeal
Sat 28 Dec 201928/12/19
£1639£1589Special OfferDeal
Sat 04 Jan 202004/01/20
£849£809Special OfferDeal
Sat 11 Jan 202011/01/20
£849£809Special OfferDeal
Sat 18 Jan 202018/01/20
Sold Out 
Sat 25 Jan 202025/01/20
£999£939Special OfferDeal
Sat 01 Feb 202001/02/20
available 2 sharing, 3 sharing, 4 sharing
Sat 08 Feb 202008/02/20
£1139£1069Special OfferDeal
Sat 15 Feb 202015/02/20
£1399£1329Special OfferDeal
Sat 22 Feb 202022/02/20
£1079£1049Special OfferDeal
Sat 29 Feb 202029/02/20
£889£839Special OfferDeal
Sat 07 Mar 202007/03/20
£879£829Special OfferDeal
Sat 14 Mar 202014/03/20
£829£779Special OfferDeal
Sat 21 Mar 202021/03/20
£819£769Special OfferDeal
This package holiday to Hotel Sport in Klosters, Switzerland departs Saturday 21st March 2020, for a 7 night stay on a "half board" board basis. A local tourist tax (Taxe de Sejour or Kurtaxe) is levied by many councils in European ski resorts. It varies by standard and type of accommodation and is age dependent, so not everyone is charged. It's not included in the basic price of your holiday and is usually paid locally. For reference, the average charged in winter 15/16 was between 50p and £2 per person, per night.
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Resort - about Klosters - about holidays in Klosters - about ski holidays in Klosters - about ski holidays in Klosters Switzerland

Impressive off-piste Beautiful scenery Favourite of the rich and royal

This idyllic village (pronouce it 'cloisters') has been enchanting Brits since the 18th century with its traditional wooden chalets, beautiful scenery and friendly atmosphere. Paired with its larger neighbour Davos, Klosters has been named a true classic in the ‘Best of the Alps’ group and is somewhere you should definitely ski at least once in your lifetime.

Beginner Intermediate Advanced Snowboard

Great for Families Late-season skiing Foodies

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Snow History: December average depth 67.33cm

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Approx. airport transfer times depend on conditions:

Zürich (ZRH)160km, 2h15
Basel (BSL)240km, 2h40
Innsbruck (INN)173km, 2h30
Region:Switzerland, Alps.
First opened:1904

Klosters lift pass price last reported as CHF 332 (adult 6 day). Ask for a quote when booking Hotel Sport.
Night skiing: Yes
Klosters has NSEW facing slopes.
Usually open for skiing November - April.

Town altitude: 1200m
Top of slopes: 2844m
Bottom of piste: 1260m
Vertical drop: 2034m
Total length of trails:320km
Longest piste:12 km (Weissfluhgipel-Küblis)
Unlike many resorts with a world-class ski area and great amenities, this charming village has managed to retain its friendly and rural atmosphere. Nestled in the pretty Prattigau Valley, it makes a quieter and more attractive alternative to its larger neighbour Davos. The resort has preserved its traditional alpine style chalets, picture postcard scenery and quiet traffic thanks to the bypass. The village itself is made up of two parts linked by shuttle buses: the centre is Klosters Platz with the Parsenn go...
With snow-sure pistes (over 80% of the ski area reaches above 2000m) Klosters is an exceptionally reliable destination for early and late season skiing. Beginners and children should start at one of the 3 the bunny slopes around the village. Take the gondola up to the sunny Madrisa area, where there are some easy blue runs and a well-equipped children’s park and ski school. The Parsenn is the largest ski area in the region and links with Davos; here you’ll find something to suit all abilities. From Parse...
It’s not party central in Klosters, but that’s not to say you won’t find ample bars and restaurants around the village. There are some real gems including the Chesa Grischuna - this characterful hotel and bar attracted some of the biggest Hollywood stars during the 50s; Gene Kelly used to dance on the tables here, and Rex Harrison discussed his music notes for My Fair Lady with the bar’s pianist. For a big night out try Casa Antica, a long-running nightclub with a British undertone. There’s a relaxed feel h...

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"Hotel Sport 2016"

P. Shanahan
4/ out of 5
The hotel was fine, I enjoyed it. The service was nice and friendly. No problems at all! I’ve done everything from ski in, ski out to getting busses, and the issue here is that you have to get a bus then a gondola. It’s obviously not as convenient as ski in, ski out but it was OK. The food was good and quite varied. In the morning they do a buffet breakfast – I can’t recall there being a chef there to cook eggs and omelets but it was fine. The evening menus had a good variety. The only thing I thought was odd was that the way the hotel is built gives it this open space – when you come back from the reception towards where the rooms are you’ve got this kind of mini courtyard. They’d put wire there and created a mini exotic space with lots of birds. I thought it was quite strange to have all these birds closed in when outside you have woodlands and open landscape, but others might like it. It doesn’t detract at all from the hotel service though!

"Basic hotel, good food..."

Rob, UK
3/ out of 5
The hotel is pretty basic to be honest. The food was good and the service in the restaurant was decent. But from memory the rooms were quite basic and the whole thing looked a bit tired. It has a kind of odd format, with lots of corridors and big areas a bit like school gymnasiums, where we could go and play basketball or tennis. You can’t ski in or ski out, but the buses are very regular and stop right outside.
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