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Ski on the pearly-white crown of snow that tops the Plessur Alps, at the regal resort of Klosters. The British monarchy have handpicked this hotspot as their own personal favourite, adding a touch of royal glamour to this idyllic mountain village's slopes. Ideal for those with a taste for the finer things in life, you'll spend your days ascending into the skies to sample the crisp white pistes, before tasting the refined cuisine that's provided by the area’s constellation of Michelin-starred restaurants. Soothing hotels add the crowning glory to this unpretentiously stylish resort.

Things to see

Carefully groomed pistes invite you to make the most of the spectacular mountain setting, and cruise smoothly across blankets of untouched snow. The resort’s famous Number 24 run may well become your favourite as it lets you soar down an uninterrupted expressway, descending 2,000 metres before coming to a halt - exhausted and ecstatic. You don’t just have to settle for just the Alpine charm of Klosters during your stay, however, as the Parsenn Ski Area stretches right across to Davos. Cherry-red funicular trains also cover the distance, and will drop you close to the top of the toboggan runs which curl off down the mountain like tangled spaghetti. Your knuckles will be white from holding on so tight, and a smile will be plastered across your face as you reach the bottom of your choice of the winding snow alleyways. If you’re here in summer, hire some clubs and soak up the scenery by sending golf balls through the thin mountain air. Golfing eagles and birdies may be hard to come by, but you can always look up to see graceful golden eagles and nutcracker birds in the sky above you.

Hotels in Klosters

The sloped roofs of the chalets and hotels in Klosters gather the overnight snowfall, making for a breathtaking sight in the morning. Below the picturesque, timber roofs, you’ll find typically high quality facilities, with Queen-sized beds, gleaming bathrooms, and high speed WiFi. Relive the day’s adventures over a beer, or a light wine pressed from grapes that grow on Lake Geneva’s banks, while relaxing in your hotel’s fire-warmed bar. If that all sounds too cosy, try something a little different by chilling out in the snug surroundings of a genuine igloo – improbably sipping Champagne in a bubbling hot tub.

Where to stay

Klosters may have a royal reputation, but it's actually a pleasantly down to earth and charming village. You can enjoy a relaxing day on the slopes, followed by a feast on gooey cheese fondue, which is a local speciality. Dip bread into the liquid blend of warm cheeses and wine, before tasting the ‘la religieuse’ - the disk of solid cheese that forms at the bottom the pan. The restaurants here offer spectacular views of the snow flowing down the valley, and in summer, Klosters’ outdoor terraces practically glow with flowers. If you’re staying at Davos, you can cheer with the crowd as pucks rifle past flailing goalkeepers while watching the HC Davos ice hockey team, or simply gorge on the separate ski areas that border the town.

How to get to Klosters

Fly into gleaming Zurich, and the car journey to Klosters will take around 90 minutes. In winter, you’ll need snow tires to reach the resorts, so most visitors rely on airport transfers. Or you can take the convenient train service, which will let you sit back and absorb the scale of these titanic mountains, wide-eyed. If you’re coming from anywhere near Lower Engadine, then the Vereina Tunnel sneaks under the mountains to Klosters, and car-transporting trains regularly traverse the route.