Zermatt

Zermatt Travel Guide

Articles about Zermatt

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Surely you’ve played this game: Are you a hotel person, or an inn person? My answer has always been firm: I am not an inn person. The homey rooms, the cheerful “And what did you do today?” every time you come through the door, the enthusiastic sh...
By Meghan McEwan
The Omnia, Zermatt, Switzerland Sitting above one of Europe’s most celebrated ski villages, the Omnia forms an angular wood-and-glass apex that echoes the Matterhorn just beyond. A Modernist take on mountainside log cabins, the hotel is the visio...

Hotels in Zermatt

Zermatt’s oldest hotel, on a coveted corner near the Matterhorn. 

Room to Book: Standard rooms don't have a view, so if you want one, you'll have to pay for an upgrade.

Doubles from $562, minimum stay of seven nights in winter.

Restaurants in Zermatt

Sit at a table on the a lovely terrace and enjoy a heaping late of Rösti, fried grated potatoes topped with bacon, ham, or salmon.

Things to do in Zermatt

The Riffelsee Trail, a climb of less than an hour, leads to a clear lake that perfectly reflects the Matterhorn to the southwest.