Hotel Seehof

  • Graubunden Region, Switzerland, Davos

  • 5

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Since 1869 Hotel Seehof has stood proudly in the heart of Davos, extending a warm welcome to its guests. Located just a few minutes walk from the Parsennbahn funicular, mountain adventures and walking trails are within easy reach. Davos has over 700 kilometres of marked walking routes to enjoy, and if you want to explore the wider Graubünden region, the nearby train station and the excellent network of local buses make it easy to do.

Traditional architecture and contemporary facilities

Step inside to an opulent lobby and the invitingly cosy bar and lounge. Traditional elements throughout the hotel pay homage to its rich history, evident in the artefact-lined corridors, the cigar lounge, and the charming Swiss Stube. Bedrooms are immaculate, modern, and incredibly comfortable.

Relax and unwind in the spa

Spanning over 400 square metres, the spa is a haven of relaxation and the perfect way to round off a day of adventure. Enjoy soothing saunas, a whirlpool, a steam room, and a fitness room. Spa and massage treatments are available too (payable locally).

Hotel Seehof can also be booked as part of our 'Glacier Express' multi-centre holiday.

Added value

Early booking offer available (book by 31 May)

Free night offer available (min stay 7 nights, discount automatically applied, not combinable with early booking offer)

Half price rail, bus and boat travel with the Swiss Half Fare Card (worth over £100 per person)

Free Premium Card - resort card offering some free and some discounted travel on local mountain railways, lifts and buses

Swiss Family Card Included - free travel for children under 16 on mainline trains/buses/boats in Switzerland when accompanied by a parent

24/7 support & tailored advice from our local resort team

All holidays include flights or trains from the UK and train transfers


Davos has welcomed wanderers for centuries and it's the perfect spot for a summer holiday in the Swiss mountains. It’s known as Tavau in Romansh - the language of the people who founded the town in the Middle Ages. Several centuries later, it was reinvented as a mountain health resort that cared for the likes of Robert Louis Stevenson and became a centre for speed skating and ice hockey in the snow-laden winters. Come summer, the mountain slopes shed their snow and it’s the turn of the hikers and bikers. Walking holidays to Davos are your chance to explore some of the 700 kilometres’ worth of trails around here – as well as the local rail network which includes the incomparably scenic Bernina Express.

Davos: the little city determined to change the world

Davos has always been a little place with big ambitions, going from Middle Age village to star-studded health resort to a darling of the ski world. These days, it hosts the World Economic Forum and is home to world-class research centres for everything from allergies to avalanches. And yet it still feels like a small town. You can walk from one end of Davos to the other in less than an hour… if you manage to resist the art galleries, restaurants, spas, historic forest cemetery and lake in-between, that is.

Easy escapes into nature

You don’t have to go far to get out into nature. The Landwasser river runs through Davos and the lake glimmers at the city’s northern edge - peacock-blue waters filled with sailing boats, wakeboarders, pedalos and paddle boarders. Stroll the water’s edge to admire the forested foothills and mountains layered beyond. Footpaths and a funicular clamber up to the Schatzalp alpine gardens, which showcase herbs, kitchen vegetables, wildflowers and botanical plants from around the world - as well as beautiful views and walking trails, of course.

Walser valleys and historic wine routes

For adventures a little further afield, jump aboard the buses and distinctive scarlet trains that chug through the green valleys. You can choose from easy valley rambles such as Sertig - where the Walser people settled in the 13th century, building distinctive wooden farmsteads that are still working farms today - or choose a more challenging hike to see the lakes set high in the wild glacial valleys.

The long-distance Via Valtellina route also runs through Davos. This vital pack mule route once kept towns en route supplied with wine from the Valtellina region over the Italian border. The section that runs south from Davos leads through peaceful valleys and – if you’re feeling energetic – to the Scaletta Pass, the highest point of the route at just over 2,000 metres. These trails are also a hit with mountain bikers; in fact, the Davos region is one of the best places for mountain biking in Switzerland.

The Flüela Valley: from families to sunset chasers

Davos Adventure Park lays out zip lines, high ropes and tree-top challenges amongst the forests at the mouth of the Flüela Valley, along with pump tracks and a skatebowl. Continue up the valley, and you’ll come across a high mountain pass that marks the drainage divide between the Rhine and Danube rivers. It’s spectacular up there at any time of day, but really shines at sunrise and sunset.

The Flüela Pass is also the start of walks to the Jöriseen lakes – bright turquoise jewels set into dramatically bleak mountain plateaus. Alternatively, hop on a bike and pedal to the scenic hut at Alp Sardasca, cutting down a three-hour hike to a 1.5-hour bike ride. Best of all, the zoom back downhill only takes 45 minutes.

Why book a summer holiday in Davos with Inghams?

At Inghams, we do walking holidays differently. With no fixed itinerary, you have more time in your destination and the freedom to walk as much or as little as you like, discovering some of the Graubünden region's best walking routes and activities at your own pace.

With over 85 years of outdoor travel experience, our holiday packages to Davos include flights, transfers, and accommodation, so you can relax and leave the small details to us. Our experts can help you choose the best holiday for you, and our team overseas can give you the inside scoop on how to spend your time away with us.

  • No. of rooms: 113
  • Official rating: 5


Superior Rooms are around 19-25m² and sleep two people. These rooms face the hillside, and have a lounge area and an ensuite with bath. They are available for sole use for a supplement.

Executive Rooms are around 19-25m². These rooms are north or south facing, and have a lounge area and an ensuite with shower.

Deluxe Rooms are a spacious 35m², and sleep two to three people (extra bed is a single sofa bed). These rooms are north or south facing, and have a lounge area and an ensuite with shower.

All rooms have:

  • TV
  • Tea & coffee making facilities
  • Minibar
  • Safe
  • Bathrobes & slippers
  • Hairdryer

General information

  • Check-in: 3pm
  • Check-out: 11am

Local fees and taxes

A resort tourist tax of approx. €5.90 per person per night is payable locally. Children aged 11 and under are exempt.


  • Steps into property: 8
  • Lift accessible: Yes
  • Lift serves all floors: No
  • Access ramp: Yes

Longitude: 9.8369
Latitude: 46.8044

  • Transfer time approx. 2hrs 45mins by rail from Zurich airport. Please note that the journey involves two changes of train
  • 850 metres from the village centre
  • 250 metres from the train station
  • 50 metres to the nearest lift
  • 180 metres to the nearest bus stop
  • 170 metres to the nearest supermarket

Spa & wellness facilities

  • Finnish sauna
  • Bio sauna
  • Steam room
  • Kneipp
  • Wellness showers
  • Ice fountain
  • Relaxation room
  • Spa and massage treatments (payable locally)
  • Fitness room
  • Pool towels

Additional facilities

  • Free Wi-Fi
  • Garage parking (payable locally)
Family Facilities
  • Cots & linen available
  • Early meals available on request

Breakfast at Hotel Seehof is buffet style, with a selection of hot and cold dishes, and eggs cooked to order.

For those on half board, a four-course evening meal with a choice of main dish is served in the Panorama Restaurant - the name gives the game away here, and you'll enjoy stunning views of the valley while you eat. Dishes are a mix of French, Italian and local specialities with a varied menu throughout the week.

After dinner, we recommend checking out the stylish hotel bar, where you'll find a selection of cognacs, whisky, fine wines and classical music.

The Seehof Fondue Stübli à la carte restaurant is definitely worth a visit. A gourmet restaurant serving only the best meat and cheese Fondues. We love the fondue with truffles and the Davos fondue - made with cheeses from local dairies.

Chesa Restaurant & Terrace is another great à la carte option at the hotel, serving creative classic food with regional and seasonal ingredients.

  • No of restaurants: 2
  • Dress code for restaurants:

    Smart casual

Board basis options available

  • Bed & Breakfast
  • Half Board

This property caters for the following special dietary requirements

  • Gluten Free
  • Vegans
  • Vegetarians
  • Dairy Free

Please let us know of any dietary requirements at the time of booking.

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Total price from
per person from £949
11/09/2024 - 3 nights
2 adults
From London Gatwick
Half Board
Hotel Seehof
Graubunden Region, Davos
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