Mont Cervin Palace
AddressBahnhofstrasse 31 ZermattSee nearby area
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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.
You can find relaxation in the pool and in the 1,700 m² wellness and spa area and indulge in a wide range of beauty treatments.
Most of the guest rooms are facing south and have a balcony or a patio with views of the Matterhorn. A few of the junior suites and suites come with a hot tub or an open fireplace. Wireless internet is available in all rooms free of charge.
A rich breakfast buffet and an exquisite à-la-carte dinner are served every day. At the Grill Le Cervin meat and fish are prepared on the charcoal grill. At the weekly gala dinners in the hotel restaurant (in winter), a jacket and tie are required (smart casual).
Weather permitting, the small sun terrace in front of the hotel invites you to take a front-row seat and watch the colourful bustle of the Bahnhofstrasse.
Dinner under supervision is served to the youngest guests at 18:00 (winter only) at the children's table of the Mont Cervin Palace.
Meet for cocktails, informal conversation or an after-dinner drink in the charming Joseph's Bar with piano music or in the Capri Bar offering a fine cigar assortment.
The Mont Cervin's red horse-drawn carriage is a popular photographic motif and awaits you at the station in Zermatt.
Please note that Zermatt is a car-free village. You can park your car in Täsch (indoor parking) and continue to Zermatt by train or taxi.
Services & facilities
- Pets allowed
- Family rooms
- Breakfast in the room
- Concierge service
- Children's playground
- Games room
- Bicycle rental
- Non-smoking rooms
- Non-smoking throughout
- Designated smoking area
- Room service
- Ski pass vendor
- 24-hour front desk
- Restaurant (à la carte)
- Snack bar
- Shuttle service (free)
- Free WiFi
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