Alpine chic meets Asian Zen
An extraordinary fine wine list, Michelin-starred Japanese food, and a unique spa are but some of the many luxurious attractions at Switzerland’s supremely stylish, high-altitude retreat.
Surrounded by the natural beauty of the Swiss Alps, The Chedi Andermatt offers an extraordinary blend of traditional local hospitality and Asian grace and elegance and sets new standards in the international luxury-hotel market. Located 1,447m (4,747ft) above sea level and just 90 minutes by car from Zurich, this five-star deluxe hotel enchants guests with its 123 elegant rooms and suites, award-winning restaurants and bars, a modern Health Club, and a Spa area that is probably unique in Switzerland—an oasis of calm and relaxation. The Chedi Andermatt is both captivating and striking in its otherness—in the unusual combination of Alpine chic and Asian elements. Glossy Alpine wood, smooth leather sofas, over 200 fireplaces, and numerous panorama windows offer a warm and cozy spot to linger a while.
The Restaurant (14 Gault Millau points) has four open-studio kitchens where Western and Asian cuisine styles are celebrated down to the very finest detail. The Japanese Restaurant (1 star Michelin, 16 Gault Millau points) offers guests both modern and traditional Japanese dishes at a world-class level. The diverse range of culinary options in a unique atmosphere leaves absolutely nothing to be desired, and is perfectly complemented by the selection on offer at The Bar, The Wine and Cigar Library, a 24-hour in-room dining service, and The Chalet (open only during the winter months).
After being awarded for the best wine list 2018 in the categories Sommelier’s Best, Gourmet & Stars, and Best Sparkling Selection by VINUM, the European wine magazine, The Chedi Andermatt is honored to be nominated for Wine Spectator’s 2018 Best of Award of Excellence for The Restaurant (14 Gault Millau points). The passion for fine dining and exquisite wines can be experienced all over in the five-star hotel. Several wine caves staged in the hotel are presenting 6,500 bottles of exquisite wines. There is no doubt that the highlight is The Wine and Cheese Cellar with its 5m (16ft) height, offering over 40 local and regional Swiss cheeses and 627 wine bottles. This is the perfect location for a wine and cheese tasting and one of the attractions of The Restaurant.
After the culinary delights, experience pure relaxation at our multi-award-winning 2,400m2 (25,830ft) The Spa with its exclusive sauna area, 10 Deluxe Spa Suites, hydrothermal pools, a heated outdoor pool, and a 35m (115ft) indoor pool featuring a glass roof and breathtaking panoramic views over the Alps. At The Health Club, a sporting good time is guaranteed: with Technogym equipment, a kinesis wall, Power Plates, and Pilates equipment, every wish is catered for—and to round out the selection at The Health Club, yoga classes and private, individually customized training sessions led by a personal trainer are also available.
An attractive holiday destination whatever the time of year, The Chedi Andermatt offers its guests a personal and individually customized service of the very highest quality. As the first luxury hotel in Switzerland, The Chedi Andermatt also boasts an exclusive Ski and Sports Butler service especially for sports-oriented guests. Among other services, they can arrange ski passes, golf tee times, and sporting activities of all types, including any necessary equipment. Vintage and modern car fans alike are sure to love the thrilling adventure of mountain driving during the summer—be it over the Furka, Oberalp, or Gotthard Pass. And where better for a luxurious pit stop than The Chedi Andermatt? The Chedi Andermatt offers a glimpse of another world and views of an unforgettable piece of Switzerland.