Graubünden is the area to come to if you’d like to party in style and rub shoulders with the rich and famous. Look out for regulars Tara Palmer-Tomkinson and Prince Harry at Casa Antica club in Klosters. In St. Moritz you can dance the night away at King’s Club in the Bardutt Palace Hotel, where Sting amongst others has been spotted. Davos also attracts a lot of high-society thanks to its international events and conferences – maybe you’ll bump into Boris if you visit during this year’s UK Parliamentary Ski Races...
Although there are plenty of exclusive clubs, each resort has a wide variety of après-ski offerings, and everyone will find somewhere to suit their style and budget. For a cosy and welcoming atmosphere head to Klosters’ Gotschnabar, which has an open fireplace and cool Moroccan-themed décor. There are lots of family-friendly venues in Klosters too – if it’s nice weather, relax on the sunny terrace at Bär's Café and Bistro.
Over in Davos, Ex Bar attracts a mixed clientele and screens live sport, while family friendly La Carretta serves tasty Italian food. For a laidback evening in St. Moritz go to Bobby’s which has a pool table and serves English pub grub. Foodies will love the plethora of award winning gourmet restaurants in Graubünden – Ecco on Snow in St. Moritz was recently awarded two Michelin stars, while Hotel Walserhof in Klosters and Leonto Gourmet Restaurant in Davos serve regional delicacies.
Davos is home to Europe’s largest natural ice rink which regularly hosts International ice hockey tournaments. There are also 9 toboggan runs in the Davos/Klosters ski area, some of which are floodlit at night. All resorts have fantastic winter walking paths with stunning views of the surrounding Alps, and snow shoeing is popular in both areas. The Engadin area has an entire mountain, Muottas Muragl, dedicated to non-skiers with an igloo village (you can even stay overnight).
When is best to ski?
Klosters is great for late-season skiing - the slopes down to the village are quite shady, and usually stay in decent condition through the later months, meaning you can ski all the way down for most of the season. The snowfall in Davos and Klosters really picks up after mid-December and skiing in Davos is usually best in January, February and March. St. Moritz is a top late-season destination thanks to the 400 snow cannons strategically installed around the ski area to help keep the slopes in mint condition. The skiing is also some of the highest in Switzerland, and this combined with the glacier skiing over in Diavolezza and Corvatsch (where the gondola takes you up to the lofty height of 3303m) means the season can run as long as November-May. To top it off, the Engadin ski area is renowned for its sunny climate, averaging an amazing 322 days of sunshine a year! The sun makes it the perfect place to go in the colder months, or you can visit in the later season and work on your goggle tan.
Spend a magical alpine Christmas in the Graubünden Ski Region, with traditional Christmas markets, torch-lit processions and glühwein aplenty. Stay in the chocolate-box village of Klosters or party it up in glitzy St. Moritz.
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With quirky traditions such as pig racing in Klosters, and the glamorous après-ski in St. Moritz (keep an eye out for celebrities!), we love New Years in the Graubünden Ski Region. The conditions are usually excellent at time of year so you can really make the most of the unbeatable pistes.
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It’s no wonder that our customers love spending the February Half Term in the Graubünden Ski Region. With two outstanding ski areas, fun activities for all the family and excellent restaurants and bars, you can’t go wrong in the regions’ classy resorts.
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With some of the best late-season destinations in Switzerland, spending your Easter in the Graubünden Ski Region is a smart choice. We love the high-altitude glacier skiing and sunny climate of the Engadin ski area, and the resorts of Davos and Klosters are brilliant for a family ski holiday.
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