Your Hotel Sport Klosters

The hotel is located in the centre of Klosters. The bus stop of the local bus is directly in front of the house. The local bus takes you to the valley stations of the cable railway Madrisa or Gotschna / Parsenn as well as the train station Klosters-Platz in just a few minutes. This makes Hotel Sport the ideal starting point for your skiing trip in winter or your active adventure holidays during summer.

  • Travel by car

    Klosters is approximately a 1.5-hour drive from Zurich.

    From Zurich: highway A1 (green markers) direction Chur, exit Landquart

    From Landquart: main street 28 to Klosters

    Hotel Sport is located between Klosters-Dorf and Klosters-Platz on the left-hand side. 

    You need a highway sticker to drive on highways in Switzerland. These are available at all border crossings, petrol stations and post offices.

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  • Travel by public transport

    International rail connections with direct connections from Landquart. A ride on the Rhaetian railway to Landquart takes just over half an hour. From Landquart, there are hourly train connections to Zurich, Zurich airport, Basel, Bern, St Gallen, Lausanne, Geneva, etc.

    The train ride from Zurich to Klosters takes around two hours, and from Basel to Klosters three hours.

    For timetable information, prices and online bookings, visit www.sbb.ch.

  • Travel by plane

    The closest airport from Klosters is airport Zurich (ZRH). From to airport to Klosters it takes around 2.5 hours. Train connection

    From airport Zürich (ZRH) it takes around 2 hours by car. Route planner

    From airport Basel Mulhouse Freiburg (BSL) it takes around 2.5 hours by car. Route planner

Madrisa-Land - the children's paradies

Dwarves, alpine ghosts and forest imps: The fantastical Madrisa -Land brings a new lease of life to a fascinating variety of over ninety myths and folk law legends from Klosters and its surroundings. With this unique blend of the mythical world and other offers, Madrisa is aptly called an adventure park, which also offers a course for archery enthusiasts or a downhill scooter ride.

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Museum Nutli Hüschi Klosters

The word "Hüschi" means a little house in the local Swiss German dialect. 

The "Nutli Hüschi" was built in 1565 by Christian Nutli. Today you will find a museum in the Nutli Hüschi.

It was used as a residence until the 19th century - today you have the possibility to experience the traditional live they lived at that time. 

St. Jakob church Klosters

In 1220 the church use to be a monastery of the Premonstratensians. The German word for monastrey is Kloster. Which was eponymous for the village - Klosters. 

Only the church tower is dated back to 1220, the main part is from 1493 and the nave was built in 1723.

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Landstrasse 95

CH - 7250 Klosters