Located directly in the town center and renovated from a farmhouse in 1938, the Grischuna has one of the most charming settings in Switzerland, making it one of Klosters's landmarks. Its lobby is graced with a regal pinewood Baroque ceiling and its guest rooms embody mountain coziness with their country prints and fluffy duvets. As Klosters has long been a gathering place of international society (including the likes of Greta Garbo and Audrey Hepburn), this place has plenty
of public salons to accommodate guests; whether you bowl in the vaulted cellar, play cards, or dance to the piano music at happy hour, you'll be surrounded by Klosters cognoscenti. Every guest room, including those in the nearby chalet annex, is full of old carved wood and antiques; some have balconies. The restaurant is legendary for its chic gemütlichkeit (coziness), with carved-wood trim, romantic lighting, and a delicious mix of salads, snacks, and full-fledged meals at affordable prices. The restaurant's popularity means you should expect a dining experience, rather than a quick bite at dinnertime.