A unique concept for Davos: 93 hotel rooms and suites as well as the culinary versatility offering 5 different restaurants (winter time), completely do justice to the requirements of a luxurious first class hotel – open year-round! You can reach the convention center in approx. 10 minutes walk. All suites and rooms are large and bright, and designed in a noble mountain atmosphere. The hotel offers several meeting rooms which can be utilized in different constellations and are equipped with state-of-the-art technical infrastructure and free WLAN. With the access to the large sun terrace you will find the perfect place for inspirational seminars.
Directly located next door to the Parsenn mountain railway station. Throughout it's over 700-year-history the Hotel has an inimitable mix of noblesse and comfort - a combination that facilitates creative meetings. With elegant and rustic sood-panelled seminar rooms, with state-of-the-art conference technology and with an experienced team that is always there to help you with the planning, organization and carrying out of your event. And if you wish, we are happy to provide you with an imaginative supporting program that will make your incentives unforgettable. For your culinary pleasure, there are three restaurants at your disposal. Our 450m2 fitness/spas oasis "BellaVita" offers facilities for relaxation.
InterContinental Davos is set in the spectacular Graubünden Alps, 1,600 metres 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. 10 meeting rooms for events provide the right surroundings for business meetings, major occasions or festive balls for up to 1000 guests. All rooms are equipped with state-of-the-art technology.
In the impressively beautiful high valley of Bargis, enjoy traditional Grisons specialities, tasty cheese dishes and rösti variations. The Restaurant Bargis is known for charbonnade, the meat delicacy on beech charcoal.