The Chedi, Andermatt opened its doors in December 2013, setting a new standard in design and hospitality in Switzerland. Named Hotel of the Year 2017 by GaultMillau, The Chedi carefully balances tradition with nature and beautifully combines Alpine chic with Asian expression.
The resort of Andermatt is located in the Ursern Valley at the crossroads of Switzerland’s North-South and East-West Alpine passes. Its Gemsstock mountain has always appealed to freeriders and off-piste skiers. Now with its new hotels and shared SkiArena with lift-linked Sedrun it has wide ranging appeal to skiers of all abilities and can rival any of the big European ski resorts.
Surrounded by the naturally stunning, year-round beauty of the Swiss Alps, The Chedi Andermatt is nestled in the beautiful Ursen Valley. The 5-star deluxe hotel perfectly combines authentic Alpine chic with Asian design elements thanks to the stunning work of designer Jean-Michel Gathy. The Chedi plays host to a number of exquisite restaurants, luxurious bedrooms and suites, and a 2,400 square metre spa & health club complete with the latest Technogym equipment, personal trainers and indoor and outdoor pool.
The Chedi Andermatt has 123 spacious rooms and suites in which traditional materials, such as warm wood, dark leather and natural stone create a stylish and intimate atmosphere. Large picture windows provide breathtaking views over the village of Andermatt to bring the magic of the mountain landscape into your room.
There are 31 deluxe rooms each measuring 52 to 55 m2 and beautifully decorated in dark Alpine wood with modern and luxurious furniture. Large bathtubs adorn bathrooms which boast heated stone floors and separate rain showers.
The Gemsstock suite offers a vast, luxurious living area with a surface area of 134 m2. Decorated with soft leather armchairs, cosy sofas and a fireplace to give you that home-away-from-home feel, they are the perfect family accommodation.
The Chedi is a gastronomic statement, offering guests the choice of four outstanding restaurants, including the exquisite 'Japanese Restaurant', the only Michelin starred restaurant in Andermatt. In 'The Restaurant' four show kitchens serving Asian and European fare tempt guests with dishes prepared before their very eyes. Executive Chef Dietmar Sawyere and Chef de Cuinsine Armin Egli expertly oversee the whole gastronomic concept at The Chedi, Andermatt.
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The Chedi is home to a beautiful spa and health club that extends to 2,400 square metres, boasting a 35 metre indoor pool and 12m outdoor pool. The spa includes several baths and saunas, a steam bath, warm and cold water plunge pools, a hammam, an ice fountain and flower baths. Deeply rooted in Far-Eastern philosophy, their rejuvenating spa treatments call on traditional Asian healing arts. The in-house fitness studio boasts cutting-edge Technogym fitness equipment and offers hotel guests the opportunity to participate in group yoga, pilates and personal training sessions.
Guide prices include flights from London, luxury transfers, accommodation and service as indicated. Under 2s travel free with Powder Byrne. For clients arranging their own flights, or for international itineraries, please call us on +44 (0)20 8246 5300 or complete our enquiry form for a personalised quotation.
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