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1 star hotel
Opposite the train station, these five-star budget digs have comfy beds, spotless bathrooms and family-perfect rooms for four...
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.
An authentic original, Les Touristes opened to summer tourists in 1933, well before skiing took off...
This traditional burnt-red wood chalet with 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, rooms at the Escher are cosy modern with feather duvets and crisp white bathrooms...
This family-run three-star chalet is an ecstatic I’ll-be-first-in-the-queue hop from the ski lifts, by the Spielbodenbahn (cable car station)...
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.
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.
With its summer garden, kids, play area and downstairs pizzeria, the Britannia is a real family address.
Families are warmly welcomed at this hotel across from the hospice, with 27 rooms and a wonderful restaurant terrace looking out on the Col du Grand St Bernard and Italian Alps beyond.
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.
If you’ve ever dreamed of sleeping in a wine barrel or press, make for this quirky hotel 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 cramped hostel wrapped around several staircases sits above busy ground-floor bar with grub, Sparky's...
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...
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...
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...
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...
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...
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