1,620M - 4,000M

Luxury Chalets in Zermatt, Switzerland

Zermatt is the capital of the Matterhorn region, with an incredible 38 peaks rising over 4,000m, and home to the highest skiing domain in the Alps. Yielding 365 days of world-class skiing and an average of 300 days of sunshine per year, Zermatt is undeniably one of the world’s more desirable ski resorts.

But this charismatic Swiss village is famed not only for its skiing. Unforgettable gastronomy, an enthralling history, and unsurpassed mountain charm lend multi-facetted appeal to Zermatt making it a truly unique destination. As a car-free village, Zermatt promises unlimited pure mountain air and a simpler, unhurried pace of life.

And then of course, there is the Matterhorn itself. Rising majestically into the sky, this iconic mountain is ever present, though sometimes wrapped in a blanket of cloud. As the light shifts through the day, so too do the breathtaking views. The Matterhorn commands respect and is a constant reminder of the raw power of the mountains.

Must do

Heli sightseeing trip around the iconic Matterhorn.


Schneewitschen, Hotel Poste, Pink

Where to eat

On the mountain: Chez Vrony, The Findlerhof, Zum See In the village: Le Capri, After Seven, Say Cheese

Where to park the jet

Sion - 1 hr 15 minutes, Geneva - 3 hrs. A heli-transfer can take to within 5 minutes of the chalets.

Apres Ski

Hennustall and Cervo bar


Grand Hotel Zermatterhof, Hotel Vernissage, Hotel Alex

Zermatt's dramatic location has long attracted the most hardy of mountaineers and adventurers and it boasts a riveting history of exploits that are coloured by triumph and tragedy in equal measure. An atmosphere of exhilaration resides in the village, making a holiday in Zermatt anything but boring.

For lovers of food, Zermatt is a must. From soul-nourishing rustic fare in cosy alpine settings to extravagant gourmet experiences on stylish mountain terraces, from chic village cafés to eclectic, edgy restaurants, there is virtually no end to the dining possibilities in Zermatt. A number of Michelin-starred restaurants top the polls, but it's hard to go wrong when it comes to eating on the mountain or in the town with standards so exceptionally high. From traditional Swiss cuisine to fusion cooking and internationally-inspired menus, all tastes are catered for.

Luxury accommodation feels at home in Zermatt. A number of outstanding hotels and astonishing chalets draw discerning visitors from across the world to experience five-star service in five-star surrounds. This charismatic village of quaint wooden chalets set against a dramatic mountain landscape belies a deep understanding of sophistication and refinement. The pedestrianised high street of Zermatt offers a plethora of gorgeous boutique stores and the world's most sought after brands are sold here. If you're looking for luxury, Zermatt will not disappoint.

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