One of Zermatt’s original hotels, the Zermatterhof has a refined ambience and oozes elegance at every turn. The rooms and suites are generally traditional in style, however, many have recently been given a make over to cleverly combine old and new.
Situated in the centre of the village and enjoying fantastic views of the Matterhorn, it is positioned back from the main high street in its own gardens. From the moment you arrive this hotel exudes traditional style. The hotel is within easy reach of three ski areas either by electric taxi or on foot, and is central to the village’s extensive shops, restaurants and nightlife.
The Zermatterhof, as part of the Matterhorn Group offers a culinary pass which guests can purchase and use it to dine at any one of the several restaurants in the group. At the Zermatterhof the day starts with a hearty breakfast in the Prato Borni restaurant which also offers a wide choice of French and Italian specialities in the evening. Al fresco dining at sunset or by candlelight is possible at the Lusi restaurant which serves light cuisine with a Mediterranean touch or cheese lovers have to visit the saycheese! restaurant. There are 2 bars ideal for relaxing with a cocktail by the fire or listening to the pianist.
Relaxation facilities include a spacious pool, whirlpool, saunascape with sauna, steam bath, alpine grotto and ice grotto, or indulge yourself with a revitalising massage or beauty treatment in the spa. rooms.
Zermatt is a special place that every skier must visit. Steeped in Alpine history and overlooked by the iconic Matterhorn, in our opinion, car-free Zermatt has more charm, sophistication and romance than any other Alpine resort. Added to this, the ski area is extensive, varied and complemented by the finest mountain restaurants in the world. There is plenty going on!