As one of the oldest hotels in Davos, they do their utmost to ensure that you are able to really enjoy your holidays or your short trip, but also your meetings in Davos. This includes the living hospitality but also the classy ambiance in the house, the culinary offering and the indulgence programme in the spa and wellness area.
Since December 2016, the hotel is proud of the fifth star. The excellent location, right next to the Parsenn cable car, which leads to the extensive hiking and skiing area as well as the proximity to all the other holiday activities offered by Davos Klosters is a privilege.
The sports-friendly five-star Hotel Seehof is located on the promenade and proudly holds the title of one of the oldest buildings in Davos. First-class accommodation featuring a seamlessly harmonious blend of history and modernity.
As a guest of Hotel Seehof Davos, you'll enjoy the unique promenade location with direct access to the Parsennbahn. Here you are in “pole position” with quick access to the ski slopes and hiking trails. When it comes to business, our rooms provide an ideal setting for meetings and banquets.
Host your event in rooms that have been used by a myriad of well-known names including Angela Merkel, Bill Clinton, Ban Ki-moon, Vladimir Putin, Angelina Jolie and Richard Gere. Despite its cosmopolitan flair, the Hotel Seehof has remained personal and caters for sports, health and culture enthusiasts alike. In addition, it boasts two world-class fine dining restaurants and an exclusive wellness area.
Since 1869, this traditional hotel has been welcoming guests on the promenade in the famous alpine mountain town of Davos. Over the years, Peres and Arafat have shaken hands with countless celebrities who have walked through the hotel’s doors.
Swiss Stone Pine Rooms
Holiday smell is in the air. The six Swiss pine rooms are approx. 25 square meters and are panelled with genuine pine wood from the canton of Graubünden. The typical smell of alpine wood provides a calming and pleasant atmosphere.
Maximum luxury and comfort: the suites are approx. 70 square meters and come with two separate rooms as well as first-class decor and furnishings.
Approx. 38 square meters in size they combine refined decor, comfort and elegance. Here business and pleasure go hand in hand. Some of the junior suites are panelled with genuine Swiss pine wood – the alpine interpretation of luxury and coziness.
Approx. 35 square meters in size the executive rooms offer more room and comfort than the classic and comfort rooms. Calming colours, fine fabrics, a large bathroom and a balcony with beautiful view of the Davos mountains provide lodging in a spacious and stylish atmosphere.
Our Comfort room combines spaciousness and style in approx. 25 square meters.
The Classic rooms host pure feel-good atmosphere in approx. 16 square meters. The high-quality furnishings with selected materials and subtle colours offer simple elegance and coziness.
offers exquisite dishes created from Grisons and Mediterranean delicacies.
The Panorama Restaurant is a half-board restaurant. A weekly menu ensures many culinary surprises. Guests are delighted with Thai-cuisine, Italian delicacies and local classics. Enjoy meals here in an elegant ambience and relish the moment as you enjoy the breathtaking view over the Seehof pond and all the way to the wildly-romantic Dischma Valley.
RESTAURANT CHESA DAVOS
Newly interpreted classic dishes combined with surprising ingredients
The classy lounge invites with comfy armchairs and enchanting piano music to an elegant evening in front of the fireplace. The hotel bar offers an exquisite selection of fine tea, drinks, cognac, whiskeys, cigars and snacks. Conclude the day in a chic ambience with fine wines and the melodies of classic music.
Davos Klosters with the Prättigau is one of the most attractive mountain-biking destinations in the Alps. The marked mountain bike tours in the region leave every cyclist's heart beating faster. They offer even the most practised mountain biker a fabulous riding and nature experience.beautiful surroundings.
Golf in Davos and Klosters
18-hole golf course in Davos
The British built the first golf course in 1927 at the Spa gardens in Davos. In 1960 Donald Harradine built a 9-hole golf course with a driving range in the current location. In 1966 the golf course was modernised and extended to a 18-hole golf course.
Within one hour car ride through scenic valleys, over passes and through pictorial villages you can visit golf courses in Alvaneu (32 km), Bad Ragaz (48,5 km), Lenzerheide (40 km) and two golf courses in the Upper Engadin, Zuoz-Madulain (32 km) and Samedan (60 km). For the golf course in Domat/Ems with its 27-holes the journey is approx. 1.5 h.
Choose from 6 snow sports areas
Yyou can choos between 6 mountain areas: Jakobshorn, Parsenn/Gotschna and the family-friendly mountains Madrisa and Rinerhorn. Furthermore, Schatzalp/Strela offer the first decelerated skiing resort in Europe. Pischa is the unspoiled alternative for anyone wishing to enjoy the mountains away from all the hustle and bustle. Here you are simply spoilt for choice - this is guaranteed by over 300 km of guaranteed snow covered pistes and 57 transport systems.