InterContinental Hotels open a luxury property in Davos
January 28, 2014: InterContinental Hotels Group (IHG) has announced the opening of the InterContinental Davos. With its futuristic façade, the spectacular building situated above Lake Davos sets a new standard in luxury hotels for the Alpine region. InterContinental Davos has 216 rooms and suites, each with its own private balcony, and a 1,200 sqm spa, Globini Kids Club & Sixteenhundred Teens Club, sports outfitters, as well as avant-garde gastronomy and state-of-the-art conference facilities.
With its façade of gold-coloured steel elements, the InterContinental Davos has already become the centre of attention. This project is realized by Credit Suisse Real Estate Fund Hospitality, a real estate fund of the Credit Suisse AG, while the leaseholder is Stilli Park AG.
Most of the spacious rooms face southwest and look down upon Davos from the hotel's elevated location. Its extensive terrace and private balconies provide a magnificent view of the Grisons Alps. Its design is based on alpine 'rocks and herbs' and combined with natural rock, traces of gold and Alpine herbal applications. The magnificent gastronomy of the InterContinental Davos includes the Brasserie Capricorn, the restaurant Matsu with its fusion of Asian alpine cuisine, and the lounge bar Nuts&Co. In Studio Grigio on the top floor, guests are served finest culinary specialities. All three restaurants and both bars as well as the InterContinental Alpine Spa are also open to guests not staying at the hotel. InterContinental Davos also provides conditions for conferences and other events with more than 1,500 sqm large, state-of-the-art, first-class conference facilities.
The Globini Kids Club has play areas across two floors, inspired by the magical alpine scenery. And in the Sixteenhundred Teens Club, teenagers find a choice of creative entertainments, including a movie cinema. The in-house Angerer Sport Shop carries the latest collections from famous brand names, as well as a wide range of winter sports equipment. There is a rental station with snowboard and cross-country ski equipment, as well as bicycle hire. As a “Ski-Label” hotel, the InterContinental Davos cooperates with Davos Klosters to offer guests a number of additional tours, free of charge. Guests can explore the surrounding skiing area accompanied by local mountain guides.