Intercontinental Davos46° 47' 53.66'' N 9° 49' 22.99'' E +
46° 47' 53.66'' N 9° 49' 22.99'' E
After a three year construction period the Hotel InterContinental Davos opened to public in December 2013. Work on the building had started on April 4, 2010. For the InterContinental Hotels Group (IHG) this is the second mountain resort in the Alps since Berchtesgaden. The owner is a real estate fund by Credit Suisse AG.
Feuring was assigned as hotel consultant and in this role set up the hotel concept in 2005 and arranged the operating agreement with IHG in 2006. Up until the hotel opening, Feuring has accompanied the overall project management as well as the sale of the project to Credit Suisse.
Even at first glance the hotel makes a lasting impression with its unique architecture that is a gain of an exceptional kind to the Alpine town of Davos.
The architecture has been created by Munich based Oikios GmbH and Baulink AG from Davos. The hotel presents itself high up in the middle of the picturesque mountain scenery with a view over Lake Davos and the town itself as well as over the surrounding mountain panorama and ski slopes. The project comprises of the hotel InterContinental Davos with over 216 rooms and suites as well as 38 residences. The spectacular design is continued inside the hotel. The Living Design Group AG from Stockholm was responsible for the interior design. The extraordinary concept of the spacious restaurant and lounge areas and the many cosy places of retreat throughout the hotel give guests a feeling of well-being. A sky lounge on the tenth floor provides for a very special experience: the “Studio Grigio” planned by London based Blue Sky Hospitality with its exclusive restaurant offers a stunning panorama view over the surrounding mountains.
The design of the SPA by Oikios GmbH also picks up the cocooning theme and gives guests the opportunity to relax after a day out in the open. With its harmonious design, the Alpine SPA comprises an area of 1,200 square metres with 12 treatment rooms, a fitness area, a hairdresser, an indoor and outdoor swimming pool, rest rooms and a spacious sauna area, leaving nothing to be desired. Additionally, the hotel disposes of an exclusive meeting and conference area with a size of around 1,500 square metres. Apart from the generously spaced ballroom, a number of very modern and attractive boardrooms with a spacious pre-function area allow smaller meetings to take place in a pleasant atmosphere.
A special highlight and another novelty for the hotel industry in Davos is the elaborately designed children’s area with the Globini Kids Club for small children and the Sixteenhundred Teens Club with its own cinema, billiard room and games consoles.