Rixos Flüela Davos opens its season on 15th December
Located at the top of the Swiss Alps in the Swiss city of Davos, recognised as one of the most significant convention destinations in the world as it is the home for World Economy Forum every year, Rixos Flüela Davos opens into new season, at December 15.
Having come to service in 2014, Rixos Flüela Davos one of the most exciting skiing resorts combined with superior Rixos quality and Turkish hospitality set against the environment of Hotel Flüela’s well-preserved historical tissue at the heart of Europe ever since 1868 , and eventually opens its season to do the honours and welcome its most distinguished guests from December 15, 2016 to February 28, 2017.
Rixos Flüela Davos with 49 luxury suites have mountain and city views, and is situated in the city centre in Davos, which is popular for ski enthusiasts for the winter and semester break on the hills of the Swiss Alps.
Marking December 15, 2016 as the season opening, Rixos Flüela Davos will be in service until February 28, 2017. Situated within walking distance to famous ski centers such as Pischa, Madrisa, Rinerhorn, Jakobshorn, and Parsenn, the hotel promises a real ski experience on ski-run tracks eligible for all levels.
The hotel has 49 rooms of deluxe, junior, senior, presidential and royal suites, each with a balcony and enriched by refined details that, in turn, carry the spirit of the Alps. It also has 4 royal suites. Main restaurant and a’la carte restaurant serve quintessentially unique tastes from the Turkish cuisine and world cuisines. Fireplace at the lounge area is a stamping ground for those that prefer chitchats in a warm environment when the cold remains the other side of the threshold.
With sauna, fitness, Turkish bath and massage parlours, the SPA and wellness centre paves the way for a perfectly balanced and ideal physical and mental health at Rixos Flüela Davos. Offering alternatives for sincere and warm meetings, Rixos Flüela Davos is capable for and equipped to provide services for hotel guests’ and non-guests’ meeting requirements at three meeting halls.