The epitome of mountain luxury, the Chedi Andermatt combines alpine chalet design with sleek Asian style. The open plan rooms and suites are works of art, with subtle Asian touches such as sliding doors, whilst staying true to Andermatt’s roots with traditional, locally sourced wood and stone. The spacious bathrooms have deep soak bathtubs and separate rain showers, with underfloor heating.
The collection of lounges on the ground floor flow from one to the next, with a designated purpose for each - a bar, library, cigar lounge and more. The award-winning 2,400 sq m spa and wellness centre is equipped with a spectacular indoor pool, hydrothermal pool, relaxation area, treatment rooms and a state of the art gym. The outdoor fire pit is a lovely touch, and there is even a private ice rink.
The hotels’ main restaurant focuses on two cuisines: contemporary Swiss and pan-Asian, whilst the Michelin-starred The Japanese Restaurant offers authentic Japanese cuisine including sushi, sashimi, tempura and teppanyaki, all of which is prepared in front of guests on a teppan grill in the open kitchen. The pop-up Chalet located in the Courtyard in the winter months offers traditional Swiss dishes such as fondue and raclette.
Just steps from the new Nätschens Gondola, the hotel is in a prime location for access to the newly expanded ski area and the Gemsstock cable car is only a short drive away. The hotel’s ski butler service can arrange equipment hire, delivery and collection from the slopes, service and storage for your skis.