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Davos, Switzerland Event Planning

Key Highlights

Hotels 58
Total Sleeping Rooms 23,000
Committable Meeting Rooms* 100
Convention Center Space 130,000 Sq. Mtr.
Largest Exhibit Space 1,499 Sq. Mtr.
Largest Ballroom 130,064 Sq. Mtr.
Average Hotel Room Rate CHF 279
Average Daily Meal Cost CHF 181
Average Weekly Car Rental CHF 489
*Maximum for a single hotel

Davos, Switzerland Things to Do and Attractions

Kirchner Museum

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Housed in a striking crystalline building of glass, concrete, steel and wood designed by Zurich architects Annette Gigon and Mike Guyer, the Kirchner Museum showcases the largest collection of Ernest Ludwig Kirchner works in the world. The museum
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Winter Sports Museum

The Winter Sports Museum, housed in Davos' former postal building, offers a look at the birthplace of modern winter sports through its collection of equipment and documents from the beginning of winter sports through today. Visitors can view sledges,
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Adventure Park Faerich

A popular summertime recreation spot, Adventure Park Faerich features five ropes courses, each with eight stations of varying difficulty, as well as a children's ropes course and a bike park designed for riders of all levels. The park’s bike park
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Winter Recreation

Davos proves a winter sports paradise, thanks to its six ski and snowboard mountains, comprising nearly 200 miles of diverse pistes, and its reputation as an international cradle of tobogganing. Visitors have access to nearly 100 miles of
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Summer Recreation

More than a winter sports destination, Davos features a variety of summer recreation options, ranging from mountain biking along hundreds of miles of trails to ice skating on an open-air artificial ice rink. Davos offers access to more than 400 miles
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Chesa Seehof

The farmhouse style Chesa Seehof at Hotel Seehof serves Swiss and alpine specialties in one of Davos' most historic hotels, as well as features a popular sun terrace for apres-ski gatherings. Outfitted with light woods, pendant lights and domed
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Bistro Gentiana

An art deco house serving a variety of fondues, as well as raclette, snails and venison specialties, Bistro Gentiana is an intimate eatery of 14 tables throughout its ground floor, parlor and living room. Guests dine amongst art nouveau works on such
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Leonto Gourmet

As the luxurious Hotel Grischa's exclusive gourmet restaurant, Leonto Gourmet utilizes fresh ingredients in its refined homemade creations, served in a modern, sophisticated setting. Entrees include pasta with lobster, lemongrass and snap peas, pike
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Poestli Restaurant

Combining a sleek atmosphere and traditional Swiss decor, Poestli Restaurant at the 4 Star Morosani Posthotel serves gourmet cuisine and regional specialties in an interior lined with countryside Grisons pine. Entree selections include lamb sirloin
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Alte Post Restaurant

Situated in a historic house in the heart of Davos, Alte Post Restaurant is known for its pizza and fondue creations, as well as its warm hospitality. Alte Post Restaurant is open daily from 5:30 to 10:30 PM.

Alpinum Schatzalp

Nestled along the historic Hotel Schatzalp grounds, Alpinum Schatzalp is a beautiful botanical garden home to 10,000 plants and 2,000 different species from mountain ranges around the world, including New Zealand, China, Nepal and Tibet. Situated at
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Eau-La-La

A popular wellness and swimming area, Eau-La-La combines relaxation and recreation with its steam baths, solariums, cold-water area, open air Jacuzzi and aqua adventure pools, among many other features. Eau-La-La's ground level features a 25-meter
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Museum of Medicine

The place to go to learn about Davos' beginnings as a health resort area, the Museum of Medicine showcases a variety of equipment, X-rays and files that document the activities of Davos physicians and researchers. Focusing on medicine from
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Davos Sports Centre

A comprehensive training center for athletes of all levels, the Davos Sports Centre serves as the repeat host to training camps for national associations and an official training center for the Swiss Olympic. Visitors are welcome to use the center's
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Davosersee

A popular summer spot for water sports and relaxation, Davoseree welcomes visitors to sail, windsurf, match race or simply laze around on the beach in the heart of the mountains. More than two miles of banks, as well as a restaurant, sun terrace and
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