InterContinental Davos is set in the spectacular Grisons Alps, 1,600 meters above sea level. The 216 well-appointed and spacious rooms boast mountain and valley views. A modern, warm alpine feel is reflected in the interiors, underlined by high-tech amenities creating an atmosphere of quiet elegance, privacy, and comfort. Aside from a full facility conference area, the hotel offers trendsetting dining and lounge experiences in 3 restaurants and 2 bars, led by Studio Grigio on the 10th floor.
A cosmos vibrant with fascinating and well-balanced contrasts: that’s Davos Klosters. Sports Eldorado, health resort, business location, and cultural metropolis combine amidst a superb Alpine landscape to make Europe’s highest municipality a place of endless possibilities. The world’s political and business elite meets for the annual World Economic Forum in the foremost Alpine congress venue. Davos Klosters hosts international sporting events such as the Spengler Cup, Davos Nordic, or the Swiss Alpine Marathon. In summer, with the Davos Klosters Card, guests travel free of charge by mountain lift/railway or public transport.
Set at the foot of the beautiful Seehornwald mountain and the entry of the scenic Flüela mountain pass, the hotel is only minutes away from the natural Davos lake that invites to take long walks and has perfect running tracks. Take advantage of the free shuttle service to the city center or the various skiing resorts located around the hotel. Both the station and the Conference center are easy to reach by shuttle or with Public transportation.
Dining - "Capricorn Alpine Treasures" - Featuring an open show kitchen, the Alpine Brasserie offers guests the exciting opportunity to observe the daily hustle and bustle of a hotel kitchen. Thanks to its floor-to-ceiling windows, the restaurant is flooded with daylight and offers a stunning view of the picturesque mountain scenery. The design of the restaurant strongly reflects the Alpine environment and adjoining Seehorn forest. Natural stone is mixed with bright, fumed oak wood paneling, creating a warm and inviting dining atmosphere. Watch the chefs prepare Swiss specialties, using regionally produced ingredients wherever possible, mixed with highlights of French and Mediterranean cuisine. After a long day in the snow, in winter, enjoy a savory fondue or a raclette with friends or family. Every Saturday evening, an Alpine Churrasco evening is celebrated instead of the à la carte service - an alpine interpreted Brazilian specialty, which has nothing to do with traditional barbeque but opens up new perspectives for real grill enthusiasts! To Drink - The restaurant’s wine selection ranges from new and young wines produced by modern and dynamic winemakers like Charles Smith and Johann Schwarz to classic wines from traditional wineries like Antinori, Alejandro Fernandez, and Joseph Drouhin. Since Davos is close to Switzerland’s most famous wine regions, the wine list features many local wines, carefully selected according to their grapes, producers, and bouquets. The restaurant has also introduced wines from Swiss winemakers like Johannes Davaz and Dieter Meier, who left Switzerland to produce their wines in Italy and Argentina.
"Nuts & Co - Comfort Food with a Twist" - Whether you are looking for a place to have a quick lunch, a sophisticated afternoon tea, or a nightcap, at the Nuts & Co. Lounge Bar, comfort is king! The diverse snack menu includes the InterContinental Burgers, which have reached Davos' cult status thanks to the high-quality meat and home-made sauces used to prepare them. In the afternoon hours, colorful desserts are on display, which goes perfectly with a nice cup of coffee or tea. Floor-to-ceiling windows connect the interior with the bar’s outdoor terrace, on which you can spend cozy hours enjoying the majestic mountain scenery even in winter. Inside, the dark wood paneling reflects the shingles traditionally used to cover the chalets' roofs. A warm color scheme, indirect lighting, and a grand bookshelf create a comfy living-room atmosphere, ideal for relaxing and unwinding in after an exciting day outdoors or a business meeting. To Drink - Using an eclectic collection of spirits from all over the world, the expert bar staff mix an extensive range of cocktails, from all-time classics to innovative self-creations.
"Al Pino - Simply Italian" - A taste of Italy at the Al Pino restaurant, la dolce vita, and buon gusto are brought to life, and it is all in the details. Enjoy home-made specialties à la Mamma and discover the tasty diversity of Italian cuisine. The sumptuous XL pizzas, sophisticated pasta dishes, and creamy risottos are popular with both the guests and Davos locals starting with the classics. For those who long for more than solo pizza e vino, the restaurant offers a wide range of refined Italian fish and meat dishes. From the classic checked tablecloths to the traditional ham slicing machine next to the antipasti buffet and the polished copper pans hanging down from the wall, everything contributes to the charming ambiance providing an authentic dining experience the whole family. To Drink - A fine selection of Italian wines completes the authentic Mediterranean food, whether you fancy true Italian classics from producers like Paolo Conterno, Angelo Gaja, and Giacomo Bologna, superb Tuscans like Sassicaia, Tignanello, Solaia and Ornellaia, or wines from the islands of Sardinia and Sicily.
"Studio Grigio - Lounge - Bar - Dining - Culinary Craftsmanship" - Dinner at the Top! In Studio Grigio, which must be the highest situated and most spectacular restaurant and bar in the Alps, guests are served culinary craftsmanship against a spectacular panoramic Alpine backdrop. Treat your taste buds to something special with the Chef's Choice Menu with nine courses - or combine them yourself with an à la carte "My Choice Menu." There are nine different courses and six vegetarian courses to choose from. Boasting a private dining area, a cozy lounge with an interactive bar table as well as an elegant cigar lounge, Studio Grigio offers everything to elevate dining to a new art of indulgence. In the top-class restaurant, designed by Henry Chebaane from Blue Sky Hospitality, guests are charmed by decor in different shades of grey and exciting high-tech details. The studio’s art gallery features an eclectic and engaging collection from a broad range of artists spanning centuries from across the world. This includes sculptures inspired by the hare of Albrecht Dürer, the ermine from Da Vinci, and the alien from H.R. Giger. To Drink - The wine experts carefully select the right wine from the range of high-quality international wines, harmonizing ideally with the cosmopolitan menus. Of course, there is also the possibility to choose the menu with the sophisticated to combine studio cocktails.
The Spa - A Sensory Alpine Journey - Recharge at the InterContinental Alpine Spa after a long conference or a day on the slopes. Pure relaxation and wellness awaits with two pools, a sauna, steam room, 14 treatment rooms, a state-of-the-art gym, and a dedicated spa team at your disposal. Colorful moorland, peaceful mountain lakes and bubbling streams, barren rocks, fragrant conifer forests, delicate alpine herbs, and wildflower meadows – all elements that feature in the range of treatments in one form or another. The signature treatment takes you on a sensory journey through the Alps. Soak your feet in a bath of pine oil, and let your entire body be wrapped in alpine hay and then gently massaged. The view of the mountains will gradually awaken you from your deep relaxation. Private Spa Suites - Guests can also treat themselves to a private sphere's luxury in one of the two exclusive spa suites. Here, you can not only enjoy the pleasure of wellness as a couple but also relax in your private whirlpool, sauna, and steam bath.
Pool Area - Friends of the liquid element are given value for their money with a wide range of different shower and water worlds. These not only include waterfalls, walk-in rain showers, soft and prickly showers, but both pools also offer Kneipp baths and hoses. Although the inside and outside pools appear to flow into one other, they are, in fact, separate. The inside pool provides a resistance-swimming system for those guests wishing to exercise more powerfully, while outside is pure relaxation. The many massage and shoulder jets in the warm open-air pool help guests attain that satisfying, relaxed feeling.
The Kids Club is a dedicated team of professional kindergarten teachers and welcomes tots, kids, and teens to enjoy their holidays at the InterContinental Davos.
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Club Intercontinental Lounge - Available exclusively for Club InterContinental guests, the Club Lounge, with direct access to the sun terrace and a separate dining and lounge area, is your haven to work, relax or recharge. The elegant interior design is dominated by grey natural stone and structured wallpaper. Dark Wood paneling and bronze room dividers contribute to the sophisticated ambiance. Extensive buffets are laid out, with daily variations, for breakfast, Afternoon Tea, and Cocktail hour, which can be enjoyed by Club InterContinental members on a complimentary basis and.