2 Pers. - Breakfast included
|From £ 379.70|
2 Pers. - Breakfast included
|From £ 500.88|
2 Pers. - Breakfast included
|From £ 613.98|
Boasting the highest levels of comfort and luxury in an idyllic location, Rixos Flüela Davos showcases an opulent interior design with golden tones for an unforgettable holiday experience. Each of the 49 immaculate rooms features parquet flooring, elegant furniture and a spectacular Alpine panorama. A complimentary Wi-Fi connection and a minibar ensure absolute convenience, while select accommodations include dining areas, lounges, saunas and Jacuzzis.
Rixos Flüela Davos offers flavourful international fine dining against the beautiful backdrop at its two charming restaurants. The cosy lobby bar and the Mezzanine lounge are ideal for a sophisticated post-dinner drink overlooking the stunning scenery.
For the ultimate relaxation of mind and body, the on-site spa provides an indoor swimming pool, saunas, an outdoor Jacuzzi and pampering massage services. The state-of-the-art fitness centre is the perfect place to stay in shape while away from home. Guests at Rixos Flüela Davos can spend the day slaloming down the pistes of Parsenn in winter, or explore the picturesque hiking trails in summer.
Set in a vast natural landscape just an 8-minute walk from Lake Davos, Rixos Flüela Davos is a rustic yet elegant Alpine resort. The Parsennbahn Cable Car is within 100 metres of the hotel, offering access to an array of stunning ski slopes and hiking trails. Guests are a 2-hour drive from Zurich Airport.
Super Preis-/Leistungsverhältnis. Gutes Frühstück. Schöner SPA, Nette HotelbarComment of E. Sven, Switzerland the 2016-03-08
Excellent hotel with incredible staff who were so considerate. I would highly recommend this hotel to anyone wishing to stay in Davos especially for a ski trip as the Parsenn slope is right by the hotel.Comment of C. Richard, United Kingdom the 2016-02-06
This was our first visit to Davos. My wife and 14 yr son stayed in room 405 in February. We visited from New York, flying from JFK to Zurich and taking the train to Davos. We found the Rixos through Trip Advisor and were really happy with the hotel. It's located right across the street from Davos Dorf train station and just a few hundred meters from the Parsenn ski vernicular. There's easy bus and local train access anywhere you want to go, and it's complimentary with a pass you receive upon check-in. You can rent skis next door and store your equipment at the hotel. We ate dinner at the Rixos restaurant twice, and had great meals with great service both times. We also enjoyed drinks at their two bars. But the best two things about Rixos are the complimentary breakfast buffet and the complimentary spa. The spa has two steam rooms, two saunas, a hot tub and an indoor swimming pool. We used all of these facilities extensively. The hotel staff are mostly Italian, and their service really is five star. They work at a five star Lake Como hotel outside of ski season. Davos is not cheap, and neither is the Rixos. However, the combination of location, service and facilities in a truly amazing ski destination provided good value for money. We'll be back. Minor improvement opportunities: the hot tub is small. The check-in was a little slow (not terrible). Special thanks to the concierge who made excellent dinner recommendations and assisted with advance reservations.
"Nice place to stay"
I stayed in this hotel in December and it was very pleasant time for me and my family. I especially loved interiors of the rooms, which impress with luxury and worm coziness at the same time. Spa experience was also good, they have plenty of choices for wet/dry steaming baths, they also have salt steam bath which I liked the most ( but it's kind of small). Outside Jacuzzi is good too, with some sort of salty water, but a little small, only for 4 people. Pool is spacious and nice temperature. They offer plenty of fruits and drinks at the entrance and nice lady who looked like in charge there, brought us all the snacks and drinks they had to the pool aria. Location is also good for shoppers, skiers and wanderers like me. Recommend! Oh, and I almost forgot to mention amazing feather filled blankets, good sleep!
"Budget 5-star hotel"
A friend of mine booked the hotel for CHF 260 per night. He knew the building from worse days when it was a cheap hotel with frequently changing owners, sometimes open, sometimes closed. However CHF 260 per double room is cheap for 5 stars in Davos in high season (mid March), but maybe still part of the opening campaign (we were told the hotel opened in Nov 2014). Parking is a bit of an adventure because they don't have enough space but also don't really manage the parking space. Staff comes out to help you park the car or to initiate the search for the owner of the car that prevents (by a few centimeters) that you can take off. The ground floor reception, restaurant and breakfast area are in a modern style with citations of the alpine rustique style, really nice. If you enter the elevator you start seeing where Rixos did not invest. The elevators are really old, with some effort to brush them up a bit. But in Switzerland there is a healthy tradition of maintaining things in order over decades and centuries, so no worries. The aisles are like hotel aisles with these thick carpets that I personally don't like but appreciate their silencing functionality. The room was relatively small, but fully functional, surprisingly in a completely different style than downstairs, more tailored to middle east guests. A lot of golden borders painted on doors, wardrobe and wall. Not my style, but well. The do-it-yourselfer would notice, that this painting was done in a limited quality, maybe in a hurry. I liked the flooring that looked to me like quality hardwood-floor imitate. The bathroom looks nice. Again gold is again important. I said looks nice. Well, until you touch the things. The glasswall shower was nice and large but of cheapest home-depot quality. It took us a while to figure out how to turn on the shower (form DOES NOT follow function). Obviously we were not the first guest with this problem, because the handle had been ripped off and was loosely sticking in the wall piece. The rain showerhead allows an enjoyable shower but got on my nerves because it keeps dripping for half an hour after turning it off. Seemingly not state-of-the-art technology. The toilet paper holder only needed a gentle touch to make its pieces turn independently in all directions. This thing was of cheapest hardwarestore quality, but this hardware store they got it from was probably not located in central Europe. What was no problem for me but would be a problem for my wife was the cold, non-heated marble-type floor. And heating is a general issue: While the room has a good heating (when we arrived the room was overheated), the bathroom heating seems a bit under-dimensioned: it consists of a heatable towel holder, only. I prefer a warm bathroom and a cool bedroom. You can get the cool bedroom by turning down the heating and opening the window. We didn't manage to get above a "just okay" temperature in the bathroom. One detail that I liked: the airation of the windowless bathroom worked excellently. Toilet smells and shower vapor disappeared efficiently without audible noise of a ventilator. Especially the relatively cold surfaces did not attract condensation. The wellness area is nice and new, the very warm temperature of the outdoor jacuzzi was perfect for relaxing after a strenuous ski day. That the showers are again cheap hardwarestore quality only disturbes the eye, but they work properly. The beds were just nice. Breakfast: Nice overall offer, good choice of breads (however, croissants rather weak), good scrambled eggs, honey in the comb (unusual in central Europe, but nice), a very bad try on the swiss specialty, Bircher muesli, and cheap supermarket quality of juices, below average cappucchino, nice Prosecco. We had a nice and sunny table and were happy with the service. However, it didn't feel like the discreet, perfectly professional and relaxed service you can get elsewhere (admittedly for MUCH more money). And that brings me to the title of this review: They did just enough to get their five-star-rating. You notice compromises in the renovation and the staff is -although dedicated- not of this nonchalant, relaxed implicitness of a perfect service. However, for the price we paid it was a very nice stay. And that is how my rating is to be understood: price related. The imperfections were not a big annoyance. However, if they want to reach their target price range, which I assume is considerably higher, they need to improve the overall impression quite a bit.
"Good service, great spa"
Personnel speaking english, german, italian, very helpfull and kind Breakfast with good selection of fresh fruit, cheese, juices, cakes etc Great and big spa area not too crowded and open till 10pm Rooms clean, big and confortable In front of railway station and at walking distance for parsenn skilifts
Great luxury hotel in Davos, our first time in Davos and instantly a great hotel. The receptioniste was lovely and very professional, welcome drink on arrival in the bar, the decor in the room was a bit over the top gold, but in a good state. We visited the wellness area, which I think we both classed as one of the best we've been in for a long time. Pity the hotel is far away from 'downtown' Davos, so you can have a long walk, take the bus or train - as the train almost stops in front of the hotel, as does the bus. After a good night sleep we went to breakfast, which had a good selection and an omeltte station. All in all we would recommend this hotel
Half board: £ 48.47
New Year's Meal: £ 193.89
Christmas Meal: £ 96.94
Luggage storage: Free
Outdoor jacuzzi: Free
Indoor pool: Free
Fitness centre: Free
Credit cards accepted by the hotel: Visa - MasterCard - American Express - Maestro
Check-in: 2:00 PM , Check-out: 12:00 PM