Alpine chic design combined with Asian elements. The mountain luxury Hotel The Chedi Andermatt debuts five-star contemporary design that embraces treasured Swiss traditions.
The five-star resort is nestled in the heart of the Swiss Alps and accessible via three Alpine passes: the Oberalp Pass to the east, the St. Gotthard Pass in the south and the Furka Pass in the west. Andermatt is a popular year-round holiday destination and the setting is perfect for sports enthusiasts, nature lovers and relaxation.
105 spacious rooms and suites, 31 deluxe rooms and 13 grand deluxe rooms (each between 52-55 sqm), 59 deluxe suites, the Gemsstock Suite (134 sqm) and Furka Suite (living space with 330 sqm) combines Alpine chic with Asian zen. All rooms feature fireplaces, which are shared between the rooms’ interiors and the outdoor terrace. The bathrooms offers large bathtubs, heated stone floors and separate rain showers. The doors of the vast bathrooms can be closed to varying degrees so that guests have the freedom to make the room look larger, or enjoy the privacy of the bathroom itself.
The Chedi Andermatt offers a range of culinary delights:
The Restaurant – showcases four open kitchens specializing in cold cuts, desserts, Western and Asian cuisine.
Sushi and Tempura at The Japanese Restaurant
The Wine & Cigar Library – a walk-in humidor with an impressive selection of fine wines.
The Bar and Living Room with direct access from outdoors, guests can walk or ski straight in.
The Lobby – the focal point of the hotel, The Courtyard – an outdoor loung with a fantastic view to the Gemsstock and The Pool with delicious snacks. Another feature is the five-metre high cheese cellar!
SPA & Wellness
The Spa at The Chedi Andermatt covers 2,400 square metres and is based on a holistic spa and health concept. A team of expert therapists and personal trainers advise guests on treatments and tailor programmes based on individual needs. The Spa provides a range of baths and saunas, including bio and Finnish saunas, a scented salt steam bath, an outdoor pool, hot and cold plunge pools, hammam, ice fountain and flower bath. Guests can relax with an Oriental treatment in one of the ten spa suites. The Asian-Inspired treatments use the natural products from ila, REN and Alpienne. The exclusive 35-metre swimming pool is covered by a glass roof, as well as a 12-metre temperature controlled outdoor lap pool.
The new 18-hole golf course of the Andermatt Swiss Alps is just a few minutes away from the hotel and covers 130 acres. Golfers are bound to be impressed by the modern golf course, driving range, club, restaurant and shop; the six-kilometre course meets the best international tournament standards. To guests’ delight, golf balls in Andermatt fly higher and further than when playing at sea level, due to the 1,500 metre altitude.The golf course was built according to the designs of Kurt Rossknecht, renowned golf course architect.
Andermatt is surrounded by the Swiss Alps, sporting the ideal snowy conditions for winter sports enthusiasts. The valley is perfect for sports such as skiing, cross country skiing, curling and ice-skating, as the cable car in Andermatt takes skiers and snowboarders up Gemsstock Mountain to nearly 3,000 metres.