Chalet Zermatt Peak
Chalet Zermatt Peak is what the term ‘wow-factor’ was invented for. Every detail impresses and the interior design is one of the slickest in the Alps. No expense has been spared to create something really special. The experience starts at the...
No, you are not dreaming. The heart-stopping views, amazing architecture and luxurious décor of Chalet Grace is real. This luxury ski chalet has a superb location in the Petit Village area of Zermatt, a car-free Alpine paradise. Facing across the...
Chalet Les Anges
Experience divine inspiration as you survey the Alps from this shrine to luxury. Chalet Les Anges has a heavenly position in Zermatt’s Petit Village, and is an incredible architectural space, filled with light. The chalet’s 700sq m interior was...
Close your eyes and imagine the perfect luxury ski chalet, in the perfect location. Whatever you visualise, Chalet Maurice in Zermatt is better. Built in a prime position in the Petit Village area of Zermatt, Chalet Maurice is highly prized for...
Cervo is contemporary chic personified. Set high above the glamorous town of Zermatt, it is right by the Rothorn piste for an easy run home at the end of the day. Just relax and enjoy the luxurious private spa facilities, the excellent food and...
Heinz Julen Loft
So who is Heinz Julen? And what’s so special about his loft? Well, he’s a Zermatt designer with breath-taking panache, and he created this place as his party pad. Against a backdrop of glass, textured concrete and steel, each piece of furniture in...
From CHF12,000 per week
Heinz Julen Penthouse
For sheer eye-ball swivelling impact, you can’t beat the Heinz Julen Penthouse. This is one of the hippest luxury ski chalets in Zermatt, one of the hippest resorts in the Swiss Alps. Every original detail has been shaped by Heinz Julen himself – a...
From CHF14,500 per week
Chalet White Pearl
Holy Snowballs - this is the way to ski in style. The newly-built Chalet White Pearl is a hip and funky freestanding abode, overflowing with luxuries galore. And, it’s in the only part of Zermatt that is ski-in ski out: Winkelmatten (also known as...
High 7 Penthouse
Snuggled up under the rafters of this plush penthouse, your eye is drawn outside to the twinkling lights of Zermatt and the outline of the Matterhorn against a brooding night sky. The floor to ceiling windows of the High 7 Penthouse chalet create...
Astounding views of snow-capped peaks and pine trees as far as the eye can see, warm, wood-panelled interiors given a modern twist with slate fixtures and cow-hide rugs for extra cosiness… If Chalet Lys were any more Swiss it would be a cuckoo...
Perched high up above Zermatt, Chalet Castor feels just steps from heaven both literally and figuratively. This luxury three-storey house commands spectacular views of the surrounding snowscapes and its altitude, accessed by tunnel and lift, gives...
Spa-style comfort meets country manor chic at Chalet Gemni. You’ll feel right at home as soon as you walk through the door of this very pretty three-storey property. Warm woods teamed with accessories with Scandi detailing and country checks bring...
An amazing location demands an amazing interior to go with it and Chalet Zermatt does not disappoint. This beautifully designed apartment, on the top floor of the building, has bags of style and acres of space. The focal point of the apartment is...
Perched high up above Zermatt, Chalet Pollux feels just steps from heaven both literally and figuratively. This luxury three-storey house commands spectacular views of the surrounding snowscapes and its altitude, accessed by tunnel and lift, gives...
You’ll feel literally on top of the world in this luxury penthouse apartment with views of the Matterhorn. Chalet Aria is one of only four properties in this magnificent building. The penthouse was only completed at the end of 2013 and has a...
The Chalets of Zermatt
The Chalets of Zermatt consists of four unique and very rare adjacent Zermatt residences that can be rented as one unit for exclusive use by a larger group. The unit is made up of four separate chalets; Chalet Pollux, Chalet Gemini, Chalet Castor...
Chalet Elena is a luxury ski apartment in Zermatt forming part of the larger and well known, Chalet Shalimar. From the boot-warmers in the basement to the huge windows, framing the Matterhorn, everything in this ski-in/ski-out luxury ski chalet is...
Chalet Alex is a luxury ski chalet in Zermatt, which along with its sister chalet, Elena, forms part of the larger well known Chalet Shalimar in Zermatt. Offering an on-site spa, stunning interiors and views that would make Heidi envious - if...
Chalet Shalimar is a luxury ski chalet in Zermatt, Switzerland, sleeping up to 20 people across 10 bedrooms, making it perfect for large or corporate groups. Alpine wood has been used to furnish the interior of the chalet and create a modern but...
A feat of both design and engineering, the Backstage Chalet offers an experience like no other. This luxury chalet in Zermatt was originally a 1940s Valais house, which has been extensively renovated by the renowned artist and designer Heinz Julen,...
Stylish and set in a stunning location, the Backstage Loft is a truly unique property. This luxury ski chalet in Zermatt is the creation of the renowned artist and designer Heinz Julen – a typically Swiss building with uber-modern twists. The chalet...
Like all the best new encounters, Chalet Aconcagua is tall, dark and very handsome. This luxury ski chalet in Zermatt is sumptuously decorated throughout in beautiful rich woods, a palette of dark neutrals and designer touches that give this modern...
An impressive address requires an equally impressive service and Chalet Elbrus does not fail to deliver on that. This luxury ski chalet in Zermatt is part of a prestigious development of properties, located right in the heart of Zermatt itself, a...
Part of a larger chalet, Chalet Triftji is the perfect snowy retreat for small groups. With an on-site spa, stunning interiors and views that would make Heidi envious - if you’re looking for a luxury ski chalet in Zermatt, Switzerland, you don’t...
If it weren’t located in the very shadow of the Matterhorn, this stunning luxury ski chalet in Zermatt would be the eighth wonder of the world. Sit back and prepare to be wowed by sublime scenery, top-of-the-range gadgetry and uber luxury. In a...
Destination Guide: Zermatt
Car-free Zermatt was once a rustic farming village and those roots are still clearly evident in the town today. There’s a real mix of the old and new, with ancient wooden chalets with slate roofs forming narrow lanes as well as some modern areas of town with upmarket boutiques for the well-heeled international visitors. The result is a charming but cosmopolitan feel with plenty of character.
Zermatt is best known for the iconic Matterhorn which helps to make the already spectacular views into something close to perfection.
The skiing in Zermatt also won’t disappoint. The area links with Cervinia on the Italian side making a huge and accessible ski area, and even an early intermediate can make the trip over. The terrain is varied and is particularly good for intermediates as there is an abundance of red runs, most of which are fairly gently.
The facilities for beginners and the lift system in general has seen some significant improvements in recent years so many of the old bottlenecks have been alleviated.
One thing you notice when skiing in Zermatt is the altitude. Much of the skiing is above 2500m and goes up to a very lofty 3899m, so the snow tends to last very well as the temperatures stay low.
So overall Zermatt has bags of charm, excellent skiing and great restaurants – not surprising it is often voted the world’s best ski resort.
Best places to eat and drink in Zermatt
One of the real draws of Zermatt is the wonderful selection of mountain restaurants. Zermatt boasts 38 mountain restaurants and the standard across the board is extremely high. The spectacular scenery, the authentically restored traditional alpine farm buildings and the fantastic regional cuisine are a winning combination.
For views of the Matterhorn and excellent regional food in beautifully-quaint rustic surroundings try one of the restaurants at Findeln, below Sunnegga – Findlerhof, Chex Vrony, The Paradies and Adler are all highly recommended.
In town you’ll find every type of restaurant from haute cuisine to rustic regional or contemporary chic. Try the innovative Italian cuisine at the Michelin-starred Ristorante Capri on the top floor of the Petit Cervin Hotel.
Similarly, there is a wide choice of bars and clubs and something to suit all tastes.
Best time to visit Zermatt
Zermatt has one of the longest ski seasons in the Alps due to the high altitude of the skiing.
The lifts normally run from mid November to Early May.
What we love about Zermatt
We love the mountain restaurants – probably the best in the world - complimented by those spectacular views of the Matterhorn. Throw in a charming village and superb skiing and Zermatt is a winning combination.
Ski Area: Zermatt
Resort altitude: 1620
Top lift Altitude: 3899m
Total pistes: 313km
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