Resting elegantly amongst the ski chalets, the ‘Chedi’ brings five star glamour to the delightfully charming ski village of Andermatt in the Urseren Valley.
Architect Jean-Michael Gathy designed the 105 spacious guest rooms and suites using traditional materials such as warm woods and natural stone to create an intimate yet visually striking environment. The selection of suites available to book at hotel is outstanding; in particular the 330sqm. Furka suite is magnificent completed with its own private spa area.
Five star service can be expected at every turn, the hotel’s ski butlers will be on hand to ensure every element of your skiing holiday goes off without a hitch. As well as organising the ideal equipment for you and storing it, they will deliver and collect it from the slopes each day so you don’t have to worry or lift a finger.
Rooms at the hotel are offered on a bed and breakfast basis so guests can sample a variety of dining options, of which the hotel proposes a great choice.
The hotel’s restaurant on the ground floor with its magnificent views of the Natschen mountain serves authentic central Swiss, European and Asian fare all day.
The five-metre high cheese cellar is a delight, and is best enjoyed with a glass from the hotel’s world-class wine selection. The chef’s communal tables and private dining options are ideal for those looking to organise special events or to celebrate an occasion. The hotel’s Japanese restaurant seats 46 guests who can choose to eat either at the open sushi and sashimi bar or the tempura counter.
For après ski relaxation the hotel’s living room with roaring fireplace is the perfect place to unwind under a cosy fur blanket with one of the hotel’s signature cocktails and a rustic bite to eat. Continue with an afternoon of relaxation at the hotel’s stunning spa area. You can enjoy a swim in the 35metre indoor pool with alpine views or an indulgent treatment in one of the 10 deluxe treatment rooms.
The Kaluma Opinion
The Chedi Andermatt is a real hidden gem. A luxurious five star retreat with stunning surroundings that would be incredibly hard to leave!
The 105 stunning rooms and suites at the Chedi Andermatt continue with the same luxuriously understated glamour as the rest of the hotel. Dark wood floors contrast stylishly with the sumptuous soft leather chairs and cosy sofas of the interior furnishings, all complimented with captivating views of the Swiss Alps, Andermatt Village or Schollenen Gorge.
All rooms at the Chedi are extremely spacious and welcoming, starting at 52sqm., and with a spectacular selection of truly luxurious suites you won’t want to leave your room.
The Deluxe Suites are extremely spacious at 110sqm. in size with stunning panoramic views that can be enjoyed through the private balconies or picture windows. The designer bathrooms are exquisitely finished in natural stone, polished woods and supple leather, with generous bathtubs and rain showers.
Named for it’s unobstructed views of the sky piercing Mount Gemmstock., the Gemstruck Suite offers a space of utter indulgence, complete with romantic fireplace, expansive balcony and spacious designer bathroom.
The grand Furka Suite at 330sqm. ensures the ultimate family vacation thanks to three expansive bedrooms. The suite features a spacious living room and dining room and a kitchen, as well as it’s own a private spa with Jacuzzi, sauna and steam bath.
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The prices above are guideline prices in GBP, these prices are per person and based on two people sharing a mid-range room on a bed and breakfast basis.
The Chedi Andermatt