Klosters is a small, upscale resort displaying a classic Alpine village appearance. It’s relatively low-key and unassuming in character compared to many other resorts in the region, but its status as the favourite resort of Britain's Prince Charles brings with it waves of publicity, high-profile visitors, and regular invasions by hoards of paparazzi.
In combination with nearby Davos, the resort offers a wide range of top-notch skiing, but if you want to hit the bars after hitting the slopes, you're better off basing yourself in its larger neighbour. If it's scenery, succour, comfort and old-world charm you want, however, Klosters certainly fits the bill.
Central Klosters, known as Klosters Platz, provides a good base in which to explore, with its cable car to Gotschna and the Parsenn ski area. Further down the valley is Klosters Dorf, which is the entry point via gondola to the various runs at Madrisa.