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The Chedi Andermatt

Andermatt, Switzerland

  • Overview
  • Accommodations
  • Amenities
  • Activities
  • Dining
  • Location

chedi--andermatt-mapWith the majestic Swiss Alps as its dramatic setting, The Chedi Andermatt is the pinnacle of luxury and hospitality in the Urseren Valley.

This new hotel is a modern Swiss chalet with an Asian twist. Warm woods, natural stone, clean lines and a touch of European opulence make The Chedi Andermatt a unique Alpine retreat. Ideal for winter and summer getaways, the hotel features 123 rooms and suites, an indoor and outdoor pool, spa and sumptuous dining venues.



With expansive windows and most of them designed to take full advantage of the breathtaking mountain views, each of the 123 spacious rooms and suites are described as “Alpine chic meets Asian sleek.” Rich woods, natural stone, built-in fireplaces, soaking tubs and heated floors—all incorporated into a modern design—create a cozy refuge. And there are many surprising touches, from the romantic murals inspired by Peter Paul Rubens to the complimentary iPad for room controls and Internet browsing.



A destination in itself, The Chedi Andermatt is a full-service resort that provides many unique amenities. The indoor swimming pool, surrounded by glass and featuring comfortable day beds, may be enjoyed year-round. The temperature-controlled outdoor lap pool is also a favorite. For complete wellness, the spa offers a full menu of services, from therapeutic massages to aromatherapy, and the fitness center boasts state-of-the-art equipment, personal training and yoga classes. The private water pond is also a great place to sit by and enjoy hot drinks.



Andermatt is a picture-perfect Alpine village known for its charming, well-preserved wooden houses with masonry bases, an ideal place for strolling and shopping local art and crafts. The region’s biggest draw is the great outdoors—mountains, lakes, waterfalls and gorges abound. A great way to see the sights is on the famous Glacier Express railway that connects Zermatt and St. Moritz and boards in Andermatt.

Travelers love to ski, snowboard, snowshoe, toboggan, ice skate and ice climb in winter. In the summer, Andermatt and its surroundings are heaven for hikers, bikers, anglers, nature loves and anyone in search of relaxation. The golf enthusiasts among our guests will find an 18-hole, par-72 championship golf course just a few minutes from The Chedi Andermatt. And on the weekends, you see plenty of classic car fans traveling over the passes around Andermatt in their shiny vintage cars.



Dining at The Chedi Andermatt is a true global experience. The Restaurant (15 GaultMillau points), which captivates diners with stunning views of the Nätschen Mountain, features Swiss, European and Asian fare. At The Japanese Restaurant (1 Michelin star and 16 GaultMillau points), sit at the sushi and sashimi bar or tempura counter and watch master chefs at work while enjoying an array of traditional dishes and sakes. The Wine Library boasts top vintages from around the world, and The Cigar Lounge is an intimate space to savor fine Cuban cigars amongst other famous choices.



The Chedi Andermatt is located in Switzerland’s timeless village, Andermatt, in the scenic Urseren Valley. Though nestled in a remote wilderness, the hotel is easily accessible by road from Stuttgart and Munich (4 hours each), Milan (2 hours), Zurich (90 minutes) and Lucerne (45 minutes) or by a pleasurable train ride of a little more than 2 hours from Zurich city and 2.5 hours from Zurich Airport straight into Andermatt train station, just opposite the hotel.