Ideally positioned at the foot of the Flüela Pass, InterContinental Davos is set above the shores of Lake Davos, offering magnificent views of the Grison Alps and featuring stunning, contemporary design.
The unique, oval shaped building is enveloped by 790 gold-coloured steel elements, resulting in an impressive futuristic façade, which has been designed to blend into the native landscape and integrate accents of the Swiss Alpine world.This is reflected in the interior of the hotel, which conveys a modern warm Chalet feel, extending across its 216 rooms and suites.
The local environment has also been integrated into the design of the hotel’s InterContinental Alpine spa.The spa’s decor is based on natural rocks and herbs and offers both an indoor and outdoor pool.
InterContinental Davos offers a wide range of local, regional and international cuisines in its four restaurants. The Capricorn Brassiere serves specialities from across the Alpine region, Matsu specialises in experimental cuisine and Stübli creates Japanese and Alpine fusion food, including the speciality ‘Shabu Shabu’ fondue.
Finally, the highlight of the InterContinental Davos’ culinary offering is the exclusive Studio Grigio restaurant on the top floor where guests are treated to a superb dining experience accompanied by breath-taking views.
As host to numerous major sporting events and one of Switzerland’s largest ski resorts Davos offers sporting and recreational activities throughout the year. The city annually hosts the World Economic Forum, a meeting of global political and business leaders and has become the congress centre of the Alps. InterContinental Davos is more than equipped to cater to the needs of the business elite with more than 1,500m² of ultra-modern conference facilities and state-of-the-art equipment.