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Graubunden Hotels

Bünda Davos


  • Direct access to beginner and kids' skiing
  • Great for families


  • Slightly outside the center
  • Not most characterful of places

Updated 10/09/2012

Fodor's Review

This hotel, in a typical chalet-style building, is perfectly located right by the beginners' ski slope, the children's slope, and a ski school branch, as well as on the cross-country ski track; in addition, the Parsenn funicular is only a few minutes' walk away. Guest rooms in the main building are small, and some have showers instead of a tub. Larger, more expensive rooms are in an annex, connected to the hotel by an underground passage, where you will also find the sauna and steam room. There's also a good-size garden with a children's play area and large sun terrace. In summer, overnight guests receive the Davos Inclusive Card, giving them free access to public transport—including mountain funiculars and cable cars.

Hotel Information


Museumstr. 4, Davos-Dorf, Graubünden, 7260, Switzerland

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Hotel Details:

  • Credit cards accepted
  • Closed mid-Apr.–May and mid-Oct.–Nov.
  • 37 rooms, 3 suites
  • Breakfast; Some meals

Updated 10/09/2012

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By Nicol

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Mar 22, 2003

Perfect for the eclectic family

This hotel is brilliantly located if you have cross-country skiers and kids who want alpine lessons in the same family. The BoBo ski school complete with inflated penquin is right outside, and there is an amazing network of cross-country trails which pass the front door. The rooms in the annex are the best: spacious, well equipped and spotless. My only criticism of the hotel is the food, which is decidedly ordinary given the price bracket, and a

bit of a let down after a long day skiing.

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