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During my winter sports adventure in Switzerland, I stayed at the AMERON Swiss Mountain Hotel in Davos, Graubünden.

Ameron Swiss Mountain Hotel Davos_Vs_World_1Offering an indoor swimming pool, fitness facilities and a large spa centre, the AMERON Swiss Mountain Hotel Davos is only 200 m from the Congress Centre and 600 m from the Vaillant Arena. The Parsenn Ski Arena can be reached within a 2-minute drive, which makes it a very popular accomodation for European travelers.

Each room at the Ameron Mountain Hotel Davos comes with a furnished balcony and mountain views, a coffee/tea maker, a desk, and a bathroom with bath or shower and a hairdryer.

My opinion

The AMERON Mountain Hotel Davos is ideally located in the heart of Davos – the perfect starting point for exploring the Davos mountains all within minutes reach via the complimentary local bus network.
The spacious rooms offer a modern decoration in an alpine environment. All rooms are equipped with the latest modern technology and offer all you may need as a business or leisure guest, including free WIFI throughout the hotel.
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The Vitality Spa with pool, sauna, fitness room, relaxation area and treatment rooms is in excellent condition. It can be pretty crowded, though. Best times to go for a swim: in the early morning or late at night. Try to avoid peak times in the afternoon. The same applies for the sauna and steam bath: either come early at around 2.00 p.m. or later in the evening.
All in all, they know how to make you feel home away from home with individual and yet all-inclusive packages. Their hotel concept garuantees the utmost flexibility and planning certainty for your stay in Davos, even if it means that the hotel manager herself drives you to the main station. Cordial, and tailor-made to meet your needs on holidays.

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photo credits: V’s World, AMERON Swiss Mountain Hotel Davos

We were kindly hosted by the AMERON Swiss Mountain Hotel Davos during our media trip to Davos. However, thoughts and reviews are my own.