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Located in Küblis in the Grisons region, Apartment Allegra has a balcony and mountain views. Everything you need in the appartment is there; coffee machine, oven, stove, even fondue sets. There is even a bathtub, which is excellent after a day of skiing. Nice audio system and a good TV. Overall great experience.
Offering garden views, Ferienhaus & Ferienwohnung Wiñay Wayna Gotschna Blick Klosters in Klosters Serneus offers accommodations, a fitness center, a bar, a shared lounge, a garden and barbecue... We were 2 couples enjoying an extended weekend away. Ivan always surprised us with amazing Apéro’s and breakfast. It is easy to get by car or bus to the skiing resort. Really nice Charlet
Located in Küblis, just 1640 feet from the center, Hotel Terminus offers accommodations with free WiFi and a free ski storage room. Private parking spaces are available on site free of charge. Very practical near the station and nevertheless quiet. Modern and comfortable room with large bathroom. Breakfast was delicious served in a nice dining room. We had very like this hotel and it was the cheapest of our holidays.
Alpablüamli is located in Pany, a quiet Alpine village on the southern slopes of the Prättigau region. The accommodations is 11 mi from the renowned ski resort of Klosters. Location is great. The swimming pool and kids room as great to retreat from skiing.
Traveling with toddlers... The park was great and the train station not too difficult to get to. The main road had traffic with not much sidewalk space, but most people don't care about things like that... We ate at two hotel restaurants. Both had good food.
We expected and found it to be no more than a dormant suburb of Klosters, where we did all our skiing, shopping and socialising. It is nicely locate on south facing slopes some 5 miles from Klosters and well connected by an hourly train and a more frequent bus service, but while former takes 10 minutes to get you where you need to be, latter takes 40 minutes. At least latter is included in the obligatory council tax and both are covered by ski passes for the region extending into Davos and beyond. Saas is as pretty as most Swiss villages and has been spared the rare fate of architecturally misguided flat roofed concrete blocked Davos. Skiing into the village itself must only rarely be possible nowadays and only from the limited family skiing area of south facing and hence easily melted Madrisa. All in all ok for anyone but families with young children trying to get ready for and in time to ski school.