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4 star hotel
There’s not a whiff of Alpine kitsch in Nevaï’s minimalist-chic rooms – think earthy hues, beds dressed in Egyptian cotton, boudoir-style bar with 4m-long fireplace, penthouses with log fires and outdoor whirlpools.
2 star hotel
Aptly named, this bright, modern two-star address just off the main street is the best place to stay in town. Rooms, painted soft apricot hues, are not quite as bold as the pillar-box-red reception.
Dreamy four-star chalet on main street Bettmeralp.
3 star hotel
This central chalet has smiley service and perks like free internet and wi-fi. Though a tad poky, rooms are modern and spotless. Quiet south-facing doubles with views to the Massif des Combins are a better deal.
If you think le chic c’est freak, try this rustic chalet next to a fromagerie (cheese dairy) – the only Verbier hotel with less than three stars and to be open year-round...
A dreamy address the other side of the river, this traditional burnt-red wood chalet with traditional slate-roof conservatory and flowery garden is romantic, charming and ablaze with red geraniums in summer...
Go traditional or modern in rooms with wi-fi and sunny balconies at this family-run chalet. You’ll soon warm to the place swaddled in a sheepskin by the open fire or savouring crumbly croissants at breakfast.
The perfect mix of value-for-money and comfort, the Escher is a gorgeous little alpine guesthouse with great views of the village church and towering snow-topped mountains behind...
1 star hotel
Opposite the train station, these five-star budget digs have proper beds and spotless bathrooms that are a godsend after scaling or schussing down mountains all day. Rooms for four are fabulous for families...
This traditional inn is pretty as a picture with its alpine melody of gushing river, wooden shutters painted aubergine and potted flowers. Dining is a tasty mix of meaty Valaisian and pasta-driven Italian.
With its summer garden, kids, play area and downstairs pizzeria, the Britannia is a real family address.
This belle-époque hotel is run with passione by Italian-speaking Paolo and his son Jean-Pierre. The old-style rooms with washbasins and teeny balconies are basic but comfy.
The welcome is heartfelt at this flowery doll-sized chalet wedged between boutiques on main street Leukerbad. Snug rooms are all-pine and the downstairs restaurant serves one of the best feasts in town.
This three-star chalet is an ecstatic I’ll-be-first-in-the-queue hop from the ski lifts. The family that runs it is affable and old-style hotel rooms are comfy with balconies overlooking the glacial slopes...
If you’ve ever dreamed of sleeping in a wine barrel or press, make for the quirky Hotel Arkanum , where each of the beamed rooms has a different wine-related theme...
Tucked in a 1960s wooden chalet a two-minute walk from the lifts, this hostel is first-rate. Rooms are modern and its busy ground-floor bar cooks up a great vibe and food...
The family-run 4-star superior Hotel Alpenhof is located in the centre of Zermatt, opposite the Sunnegga Cable Car Station and a 5-minute walk from the Gronergrat Railway...
The Christiania Hotels & Spa is located next to Zermatt's underground funicular to the Sunnegga Ski Area, from where you can reach all the ski resorts in the area...
Opened in December 2012, Hotel Matterhorn Lodge is located in the historic centre of Zermatt. Decorated in a classic Alpine style, it features a wellness area with 3 different saunas...
In a quiet side street, 50 metres from the Gornergratbahn Train Station, the Zermatt Train Station and the Bahnhofstrasse Main Street, the 4-star Schlosshotel was renovated in summer 2012 and offers an elegant Alpine...
5 star hotel
A member of “Leading Hotels of the World”, the 5-star Mont Cervin Palace was opened in 1851. It is situated in the heart of Zermatt, 300 metres from the train station...
Situated close to the ski lifts in Zermatt, Best Western Alpen Resort Hotel features a spa centre, a restaurant, and spacious rooms with cable TV...
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