Hotel Opening Switzerland

InterContinental Davos Opens in Switzerland

Following five years of extensive planning, the new InterContinental Davos opened its doors just in time for the start of 2014.
InterContinental Davos
InterContinental Davos opens in Switzerland

InterContinental With its futuristic façade, the spectacular new building, situated high above Lake Davos, sets a new standard in luxury hotels for the entire Alpine region. Guests of the InterContinental Davos will enjoy accommodations in 216 individually appointed guest rooms and suites, each with a private balcony, a 12,000 square foot spa, a variety of sports outfitters and activities, as well as avant-garde gastronomy and state-of-the-art conference facilities. For younger guests the property is also home to Globini Kids Club and Sixteenhundred Teens Club.

With its façade of gold-colored steel elements, the InterContinental Davos stands out magnificently among the white slopes and has already drawn attention, even before it opened. Guests at the hotel will be inspired by the unique interior of the oval-shaped building, situated at the mouth of the Flüela Pass. The contemporary design of the InterContinental® Hotel Group's showcase project blends luxury with the native charm of the region.

InterContinental Davos

Most of the property's spacious rooms face southwest, looking down upon Davos from the hotel's elevated location. The extensive terraces and private balconies provide magnificent views of the Grisons Alps, an impression that is also reflected in the expansive spa. The spa's design takes its cue from the alpine 'rocks and herbs' and is combined with natural rock, traces of gold and Alpine herbal applications. The magnificent gastronomy of the InterContinental Davos includes the Brasserie Capricorn, the restaurant Matsu with its fusion of Asian alpine cuisine and the lounge bar, Nuts&Co. In Studio Grigio on the top floor, guests are served the finest culinary specialties against a spectacular alpine panorama. InterContinental Davos also provides excellent conditions for conferences and other events with over 13,000 square feet of state-of-the-art facilities.

In the Globini Kids Club, children enjoy play areas spread across two floors, inspired by the magical alpine scenery. While in the Sixteenhundred Teens Club, teenagers find a choice of creative entertainment options, including a movie theater. The in-house Angerer Sports Shop carries the latest collections from famous brand names, as well as a wide range of winter sports equipment. There is a rental station offering snowboard and cross-country ski equipment, as well as bicycle rental. Guests at the InterContinental Davos are afforded individual attention, including in the know tips from the hotel concierge. As a "Ski-Label" hotel, the InterContinental Davos cooperates with Davos Klosters to offer guests a number of additional tours, free of charge. Guests can explore the surrounding skiing area accompanied by local mountain guides. 



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