based on 7 nights
* Pricing is a guideline only and excludes special offers. Travel over peak periods (e.g. Christmas, New Year and other public vacations) can affect prices considerably, as can exchange rates, flight class and room type.
per person based on 2 people sharing a Deluxe Double room for 7 nights on a bed and breakfast basis, including return first class train transfers.
At a Glance
A Zermatt landmark, epitomising traditional elegance
Great location in the middle of the village, just a few minutes walk from Gornergrat railway
Choice of dining options from French-Italian cuisine to light Mediterranean cuisine
Rooms and suites are quite traditional in furnishing and style
Relax after skiing in the large pool and whirlpool, or re-energise in the ice grotto!
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Zermatt offers excellent conditions throughout a long season. Skiing is well under way by early December and even late November due to high altitude glacial terrain around 4000m. As the season progresses, lower runs offer great conditions too and the skiing below 2000m is appealing when it gets really cold. By April when other resorts can be knee deep in slush, Zermatt will have the best conditions in the Alps. Check out the Zermatt Unplugged music festival in April too.
The five-star Zermatterhof is an elegant hotel with a setting and service that will not fail to make an impression. Epitomising traditional Alpine elegance, the Zermatterhof has a refined and glamorous atmosphere and good spa facilities.
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 center 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 specialties 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!
There are 43 rooms and 35 suites, which are fairly traditional in style. Single and double rooms offer high-comfort, and luxurious suites offer additional privacy. Some rooms have a balcony with magical views of the Matterhorn and others boast their own fireplace and Jacuzzi bath.
All the rooms are equipped with direct-dial telephone, radio, satellite TV, free Wifi, minibar, safe and hairdryer. Some rooms also have their own fireplace and a Jacuzzi bath. Most rooms have a balcony with a view of the majestic Matterhorn. All guest rooms except the single rooms now have Nespresso coffee machines - perfect for that caffeine hit first thing in the morning!
Luxuriously furnished with wood panelling and comfortable furniture the Grand-lit Room is perfect for two. Includes queen-size double bed, private bathroom, writing desk, phone, radio, cable TV, wifi, minibar, safe, hairdryer.
The Standard Double Room is a luxurious experience for two, furnished with wood panelling and comfortable furniture. Includes either double bed or two twins depending upon preference, private bathroom, seating area, writing desk, phone, radio, cable TV, wifi, minibar, safe, hairdryer. Some rooms also have a balcony.
The Deluxe Room is a luxurious experience for two, furnished with wood panelling and comfortable furniture these rooms are spacious giving plenty of room for relaxation or enough room to add a sofa bed in most Deluxe rooms. Includes either double bed or two twins depending upon preference, private bathroom, seating area, writing desk, phone, radio, cable TV, wifi, minibar, safe, hairdryer. Some rooms also have a balcony.
The Junior Suite is a luxurious experience for two, furnished with wood panelling and comfortable furniture these rooms are spacious giving plenty of room for relaxation or enough room to add a sofa bed. Includes either double bed or two twins depending upon preference, private bathroom, separate seating area with sofas, writing desk, phone, radio, cable TV, wifi, minibar, safe, hairdryer. Some rooms also have a balcony.
Children are welcome to come and stay at Zermatterhof, but there are no facilities.
Please note - for formal dining men are required to wear jackets.
A culinary pass is on offer at the Zermatterhof where credit is purchased and guests can choose to dine in the hotel or at one of several different hotels in the Matterhorn Group, guests could easily try a different restaurant every day, where child friendly dishes are also offered.
At the Zermatterhof the Prato Borni restaurant offers a large breakfast buffet and a wide choice of French and Italian specialties. Al fresco dining at sunset or by candlelight is possible at the Brasserie Lusi Plaza which serves light cuisine with a Mediterranean touch. For cheese enthusiasts the saycheese! restaurant offers superb fondues. A children's menu is provided and is the same for all the restaurants at the Zermatterhof. There are two bars ideal for either getting cosy in front of the fire with a afternoon coffee and cake or drinking cocktails late into the evening while listening to the tinkling piano in the background. There is also a smokers lounge which offers fine cigars and spirits.
Spa 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.
For alpine gourmet dining using local products with sophisticated twists. Headed by the chef Heinz Rufibach, the restaurant has been awarded 14 GaultMillau.
Open Thursday - Monday: 7 - 10 pm
A French brasserie at the front of the hotel with a view of the Matterhorn, comfortable couches and armchairs. It offers French cuisine as well as classic international dishes. Open for lunch and dinner 10 am - 11 pm.
A cosy fondue restaurant featuring cheeses from the Valais region.
Open Tuesday - Saturday: 5 pm - 11 pm
A cosy bar ideal for afternoon coffee and cake in front of the crackling fire which also offers a light lunchtime menu.
Open 1 pm - 11 pm
This bar offers cocktails with piano music and is open from 7 pm until late.
Located in the Stars Bar, the lounge offers fine cigars and spirits.
Georgie Berghaeger (Staff)
This is one of Zermatt's oldest hotels, boasting a grand facade right in the center of resort. The hotel is a typically traditional five star hotel, with a formal dining room and piano bar. You feel like you are part of a bygone era when staying here. It is perfectly located between all 3 main ski lifts, as well as right in the center of the town, so you can try all the local restaurants and sample the famous Zermatt nightlife.
Ski the Matterhorn before anyone else is out of bed! Take the lift on a Thursday morning with the pisteurs and have the entire mountain to yourself (and maybe a few friends).
If you are flying into Switzerland and taking the train to your chosen destination, take the hassle of struggling with all those extra bags and FlyRail them all the way to the railway station, where they can be collected at your leisure.
Billed as the highest glacier palace in the world, this ethereal attraction is well worth a visit. Mysterious sounds accompany you as you discover this glacial world, and there's even an ice slide.
Gourmet Helicopter Tour around the Matterhorn, Zermatt
Enjoy a helicopter tour around the mighty Matterhorn, take in all the breathtaking views of the most imposing mountain in Switzerland, land on the Unterrothorn to enjoy lunch at a mountain restaurant, before skiing back down.
Helicopter Tours around the Matterhorn in Zermatt
Take in a bird's-eye view of the wonder of the Matterhorn with a helicopter tour in Zermatt, Switzerland. A thrilling sightseeing flight, ideal for a special occasion or treat.
Visit Zermatt's igloo village at the top of the Gornergrat railway, at 2,727m. A unique experience to dine or even sleep overnight in an igloo.
Paragliding in Zermatt
An exhilarating and spectacular view of the winter wonderland that is Zermatt and the Matterhorn from the heady heights of paragliding. Tandem flights are available throughout the winter months with different take off points around the resort.
Zermatlantis in Zermatt
Try to find time to visit Zermatlantis - an underground museum close to the church which gives you a fascinating historic tour of the village.
Ski Switzerland by Glacier Express Train
Zermatt, Andermatt & St Moritz, Switzerland
from $4700 pp 8 nights
- A unique and exhilarating ski adventure
- Experience the most dramatic and scenic way to travel in the Swiss Alps
- Travel through the Rhine Gorge, over the 2,033m Oberalp Pass, through 91 tunnels and over 291 bridges
Location & directions
Positioned just back from the main high street, in the middle of the village, and just a 5 minute walk from the Gornergrat railway.