Opened in December 2013, this five-star hotel forms part of the new Andermatt Swiss Alps resort. The hotel merges traditional Alpine architecture with bold, modern styling, with the communal areas featuring over 200 fireplaces for a cosy ambience. Architect Jean-Michel Gathy has incorporated Rubens-style murals into his spacious room and suite designs, along with warm woods, natural stone, soft leather and luxurious touches such as deep-soak tubs in the bathrooms. Ski butlers are on hand to assist with your every need, supported by complimentary transport to the slopes and village. The hotel has an ice rink and an award-winning spa with Tibetan-themed relaxation lounge and a thirty five metre long indoor swimming pool flanked by comfortable day beds, couches and open fires. A spa menu features treatments by ila, Alpienne, SpaRitual and Ren with ten deluxe treatment suites on hand. Dining encompasses The Japanese Restaurant for sushi, sashimi, tempura and teppanyaki washed down with your choice of Japanese sake from a selection of thirty five, while The Restaurant, with four theatre kitchens, prepares international fare from Swiss to Asian. From January to March, delight in traditional fondue at pop-up restaurant The Chalet or take a romantic horse-drawn carriage to the hotel’s spectacular stone-clad Club House with sun terrace and beautiful views.
Prices are per person and include flights and 4 nights accommodation with breakfast.
Our pricing aims to give an indication of the prices in low and high season. Low season is generally from the start of the ski season to mid-December and towards the end of the ski season in April, high season tends to be mid-January to mid-February and mid-March to early April. Peak season is over the Festive period and at February half term. Prices are based on two sharing (unless otherwise stated) and include return economy flights from London. Regional departures, transfers and single supplements are available on request. Date restrictions, terms and conditions apply to our special offers, please call for details.
At The Chedi Andermatt, the dedicated Ski Butlers are on-hand to offer skiing advice, organise transport and deliver and collect your equipment from the slopes. If you haven't already purchased or hired your ski equipment, the Ski Butlers will happily organise this for you - in the comfort of the Living Room.
The Japanese Restaurant at The Chedi Andermatt has been awarded a Michelin star. Authentic sushi, sashimi, tempura and teppanyaki are prepared at the great teppan grill, whilst the most extensive sake selection in Switzerland is also on offer here. The restaurant is one of only two Japanese restaurants in Switzerland to be awarded this incredible accolade.
In winter only, enjoy truffled fondue and other Swiss delights at The Chalet – a traditional, intimate eatery decked with Alpine wood beams and conveniently situated next to the ice rink. When the winter chill proves too much, settle with a fine European wine in the comfort of this charming pop-up amenity.
After skiing or walking in the snow, stop by at The Club House in Urseren Valley to unwind on the sun terrace or savour the warmth from the modern fireplace in the lounge. Set in a unique location, the views overlooking the mountains are simply breathtaking.
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