Gotthardstrasse 4, 6490 Andermatt, Switzerland
Surrounded by the natural, year-round beauty of the Swiss Alps, The Chedi Andermatt nestles elegantly among the ski chalets of Andermatt, a village of timeless charms in the Urseren Valley. An effortless two-hour train ride from Zurich brings the guests straight to the idyllic heart of Andermatt, directly opposite the hotel.
For GHM’s first Swiss property, the Asian brand synonymous with style, service and serenity, chose renowned architect Jean-Michel Gathy to design these 123 spacious guest rooms and suites.
Traditional materials such as warm woods and natural stone create intimate yet visually striking accommodations while the extensive facilities include fine restaurants and cozy lounges, a ski-in living room with sports boutique, comprehensive spa and wellness center with a tranquil retreat of hydrothermal baths and a duo of swimming pools against the stunning outdoor Alpine landscape.
Alpine chic meets Asian sleek in these sublime 123 guest accommodations endowed with captivating views of the Swiss Alps, Andermatt Village or Schöllenen Gorge. Sultry dark wood floors stylishly contrast the indulgently soft leather chairs and cozy sofas throughout these generous living spaces that start from 52 to 55 square meters.
Deluxe Suites extend to 100 square meters with picture windows or a private balcony from which to soak up the awe-inspiring alpine panoramas. For some, only the singular 134-square-metre Gemsstock Suite will suffice, named for its unobstructed views of the sky piercing Mount Gemsstock. Others will find their expectations exceeded among the three bedrooms of the grand 330-square-metre Furka Suite, with its full living, dining and kitchen facilities, as well as the utter indulgence of a private spa. Rich alpine woods and warm stone appear throughout all accommodations, allowing nature to work its calming wonders. Housed in the adjacent ‘The Chedi Residences’ wing and instantly accessible by interior passageway, Grand Deluxe Suites feel like private ski chalets and extend to balconies facing Andermatt’s iconic peaks including Gemsstock and Nätschen Mountain.
Meeting Rooms and Events
From power breakfasts to white weddings, The Chedi Andermatt delivers special events down to the finest details. The Gotthard & Overlap, our two conference and meeting rooms at the Chedi can hold meetings up to 140 and banquets up to 180 and are generously proportioned with plenty of natural daylight, high ceilings and furnished in regional materials. The only one of its kind in the Swiss Alps, The Japanese Restaurant may also serve as a private event venue. Or celebrate in The Restaurant with authentic Swiss, European, Indian and Asian cuisines. The Wine & Cigar Library meanwhile may be reserved exclusively for cocktail receptions.
Guests say that they appreciate the state of the art boardroom endowed with the latest audio-visual equipment, complimentary high speed wireless Internet and dedicated IT support, because the faster they can successfully complete their business, the sooner they can enjoy the stunning natural surroundings and swish down the ski slopes or cycle across the Alpine landscape. Beyond the boardroom
with its abundant natural light, a separate lounge features a fireplace for luxurious and inspiring breaks.
The Restaurant, the all-day dining venue for central Swiss and European dishes plus the flavours from the Far East and an enticing five-metre high cheese cellar.
The Japanese Restaurant, take your taste buds on another journey entirely, with authentic Japanese sushi, sashimi and tempura in the evenings prepared by master chefs.
The Chalet, the most recent addition, offers Swiss authenticity alongside the ice skating rink, but when the ice melts, the signature Truffled Fondue disappears too.
Dining options at The Chedi Andermatt allow guests to satisfy their palate at any hour, among The Wine and Cigar Library, The Bar and Living Room, The Lobby, The Courtyard, The Pool plus 24-hour in-room dining with a comprehensive selection of traditional Swiss, Western and Eastern dishes. Let Chedi Andermatt also take you five minute’s drive to somewhere extra special, The Club House, on the Andermatt golf course where meals are served with a generous side of breathtaking Alpine views.
Spa and Wellness
Year round, the Swiss alpine environment enhances the restorative powers of The Chedi Andermatt’s 2,400 square metre spa and wellness centre. Swim power laps in the temperature-controlled outdoor lap pool or cozy up with organic tea by the 35-metre indoor pool poised to look out upon the Alps. Keep your heart healthy with state-of-the-art Technogym fitness equipment and free weights. Take yoga classes and personal training sessions with certified instructors. Warm up in the bio and Finnish saunas, or try an organic sol steam bath.
In ten deluxe treatment suites, the highly trained international therapists will knead and pamper you with the finest organic products, from SpaRitual, ila, REN and Alpienne, the latter incorporating local folk remedies, pure olive oil, beeswax, and lanolin. Complete your deserved indulgence with a manicure, pedicure and hair styling in the elegant alpine inspired lounges.
A destination unto itself, The Chedi Andermatt also provides a stylish centerpiece to the 1.4 million square metres of natural alpine landscape in the Urseren Valley, known far beyond Switzerland for its towering peaks, deep canyons, cascading waterfalls and pristine mountain lakes. The timeless charms of Andermatt village feel refreshingly remote yet easy accessible by road from Stuttgart and Munich (four hours each), Milan (two hours), Zurich (90 minutes) and Lucerne (45 minutes) or by a pleasurable train ride of less than 2 hours from Zurich city and 2.5 hours from Zurich Airport straight into Andermatt train station, just opposite the hotel.
Guaranteed snowfall in winter ensures powdery pleasures and challenges for thrill seeking skiers and snow boarders at every level on Gemsstock and Nätschen Mountains. Summer brings an outdoor playground of walking, hiking, golf, fishing and mountain biking. Those who think they don’t know this idyllic region may be surprised to learn Andermatt served as the stunning backdrop to James Bond in Gold Finger and that the famous Glacier-Express railway connects Zermatt and St. Moritz boards and disembarks in Andermatt.