Located in Resort Centre
This accomodation sleeps 4-10 people
Distance to resort centre –
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Grand Hotel Zermatterhof was opened in 1879 making it one of the oldest hotels right in the heart of Zermatt. The hotel is ideally located in the centre of the resort and though it has been kept up to date, it still retains its beautiful character and traditional charm.
There are 78 rooms in 8 different categories ranging from a Small Double room (20m2) up to a 65m2 Chalet suite. Many of them have been recently renovated, although in slightly different styles. Some are more elegant and refined, whereas the Chalet suites have been decorated with a modern, alpine twist.
The hotel offers either French-Italian cuisine at the Prato Borni restaurant, or gastronomic Mediterranean dishes at the Brasserie Lusi. If however you’d simply prefer an authentic Swiss fondue, head to the saycheese! restaurant instead. There are also two bars to enjoy an aperitif, in front of a roaring fire in the Ruden Bar or at the piano bar Stars.
As a guest at the Zermatterhof, you can enjoy the fantastic Alpine Wellness Spa, complete with a sauna, large pool with waterfall and various treatments to help you relax after a day on the slopes. As an added extra you will also receive a complimentary pick up and drop off from Zermatt station in the hotel’s horse-drawn carriage or electric bus on the day of your arrival and departure.
Room Types & Amenities
The hotel has a total of 78 rooms, of which 35 are suites.
From single and double classic and deluxe rooms, to elegant junior suites and a variety of luxury suites.
Some rooms also have their own fireplace and a Jacuzzi bath. Most rooms have a balcony with a view of the Matterhorn.
Prato Borni: A traditional restaurant serving international cuisine using locally sourced products. This is also where breakfast is served as well as the Royal Buffet on certain evenings throughout Winter.
Brasserie Lusi: A modern, bright and welcoming restaurant offering lighter cuisine with a Mediterranean twist. The experience is enhance further with the view of the majestic Matterhorn.
SayCheese: A small Swiss cheese restaurant where the cheese is expertly refined with a great deal of attention to detail. Definitely one for the cheese lovers!
The Ruden Bar: A snug lounge bar with a roaring fire. Light lunchtime snacks are served along with afternoon coffee and cake. A popular spot for an aperitif.
The Stars Bar: Open until late, this bar is the place to be if a cocktail and live music (from the hotel’s pianist) is what you are after.
Smokers Lounge: Found in the Stars Bar and open all day, offering cigars brandy and malts among other things.
“Grand Hotel Zermatterhof has a distinctly Alpine charm where customer satisfaction is a priority. The hotel offers a fantastic central location for access to ski lifts or for going shopping in the village.”