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A true royal pedigree in one of the loveliest Swiss villages

The royal retreat of Klosters - a long-time favourite of the Royal family - is a substantial Swiss village that has retained a relaxed, rustic and affluent atmosphere.

slopes above the village are shared with the neighbouring bustling resort of Davos - and together, in the canton of Graubunden, form one of the most expansive linked areas in Switzerland. On Klosters' doorstep is the Madrisa area, full of sumptuous family-friendly intermediate terrain, and the wide open Parsenn sector above Davos is actually within easier reach of Klosters than it is Davos. One of our favourite hotels, the Piz Buin, is right next to the Gotschna cable-car up to Parsenn.

Further afield are Jakobshorn, Rinerhorn and Pischa, but still easily accessible via fast lifts. These sectors are renowned for immaculately-groomed runs above the tree-line, fabulous for carving. One of Klosters' particular attractions is the large amount of off-piste that is easy to get to from the marked pistes.

There are good options for novices too, with a nursery slope between the Dorf and Platz parts of the village, as well as beginners' slopes on the Madrisa.

The village, as lovely as they come, has plenty of charm, and heavily-wooded slopes contrasting with wild, craggy peaks provide a beguiling backdrop. A bypass for through traffic gives a tranquil feel to the village, which largely comprises an attractive collection of upmarket, traditional-style hotels and chalets.

There's a tempting choice of mountain restaurants - the Weissfluhgipfel, at the highest point of Parsenn, has table-service and super food, and look out for some little rustic huts on the home runs down to Klosters. If you stay a little too long and twilight descends, they will sell you a flaming torch to light your way home!

Many gather at Gaudy's umbrella bar at the foot of the slopes to exchange tales of the day's adventures. In the village, Chesa Grischuna is an apres-ski draw, with a pianist to add atmosphere.

Should you find yourself in Klosters in January, you could take in a unique annual Alpine competition - specially-trained piglets go snout to snout in a race through the snow!

A hearty welcome in Klosters

Stiegler’s Restaurant

Come in from the cold and enjoy the classy hospitality on offer at the Walserhof, a charming eatery with an authentic rustic feel.

Rub shoulders with the locals and be a part of the permanent feel-good atmosphere as you chat and relax in what feels like a friend’s oversized dining room. The cosy log cabin decor may not be a new concept, but the Walserhof pulls it off with a certain elegance that is hard to find elsewhere. Don’t let the traditional decor fool you though, as the chefs here serve up local favourites and international classics – many with a modern twist.

Enjoy a classic wiener schnitzel with cranberries or let the mouth-watering slices of rare roast beef melt in your mouth, before seeing out the night with a fine selection of wines.

Chesa Grischuna

Chesa Grischuna

Apres-ski in style at the Chesa Grischuna bar and take in a night of refined entertainment and unpretentious elegance. Perfect for proposing a toast to new friendships, this intimate piano bar is a far cry from your typical lively bar as it swaps intoxication for sophistication.

Discover your perfect cocktail to the soothing tones of classical piano pieces during the winter and you’ll find the night races away as you revel in an atmosphere that has developed an international reputation.