Cosmopolitan Skiing Claire Erskine, Product Manager

"Klosters is a quaint and pretty village provides a really lovely and welcoming atmosphere. The scenery around Klosters is breathtaking and despite its reputation of being a ‘royal’ resort, you’ll certainly have a good number of restaurants that’ll suit every budget. My favourite run is from the Weissfluhgipfel, all the way back to Klosters (12km). We highly recommend a wee stop at the ‘Schwendi’ for a coffee ‘Schuemlipfluemli’ - Prost!"

Après Ski in Klosters

Klosters has a largely refined and fairly low key nightlife which revolves partially around pleasant hotel bars although there are a few more lively venues too. The Alpina Bar is usually one of the most popular in town, thanks in part to its location close to the railway station.

The cosy Pellegrini Bar is another long standing Klosters favourite. For a classy piano bar you can’t do much better than the Chesa Bar where you’ll be entertained by a pianist on the superb Bösendorfer grand piano. The Casa Antica is the resort’s late night dance spot.