The Chedi Andermatt, Andermatt

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Nestled in the Urseren Valley, The Chedi Andermatt combines authentic Swiss Alpine chic with sleek Asian influences to offer the last word in opulence.

The Chedi Andermatt has two restaurants providing European and Japanese cuisine. The Michelin-starred Japanese restaurant offers authentic Japanese cuisine including sushi, sashimi, tempura and teppanyaki, all of which is prepared in front of guests on the teppan grill in the open kitchen. Other highlights include The Wine and Cigar Library, perfect for après-ski, as well as a magnificent spa and health club featuring both outdoor and indoor pools and Oriental inspired treatments to ease tired muscles.

From the expert service of the Ski Butlers who will ensure your boots are pre-warmed and your route for the day is mapped out, to the 5 metre high cheese cellar where the in-house sommelier will pick the perfect cheese to accompany your wine, your whole experience at the Chedi Andermatt oozes decadent luxury.

Price includes:

  • The Chedi Grand Breakfast
  • WiFi
  • Access to the spa and health club facilities
  • Transfer to the hotel from the Andermatt or Goschenen railway station
  • Non-alcoholic beverages from the minibar
  • Local tax

Optional extras (payable in resort):

  • Spa treatments
  • Pets

Facilities: The Chedi Andermatt features

Room Types: The Chedi Andermatt bedrooms

We feature spacious Deluxe Rooms, Grand Deluxe Rooms and Deluxe Suites on a bed and breakfast or half board basis. Other Suites are available on request.

Room amenities:

  • Flat screen TV
  • Bose surround sound system
  • Fireplace
  • iPad for in-room control
  • Minibar

Meals: The Chedi Andermatt food & drink

We update The Chedi Andermatt's details often, but facilities do change. e.g. some extras listed by the supplier as "free" or included might only be for the first time you use them, or for one time per party, then charged for further use. If any specific feature is essential to your holiday, make sure you ask us to confirm the details of it before you book your holiday.

Resort: about Andermatt: about holidays in Andermatt: about ski holidays in Andermatt: about ski holidays in Andermatt Switzerland

Amazing off-piste Undergoing big investments

Not 1 but 3 ski areas, interconnected by a little red train, “lesser-known” Andermatt is taking its impeccable snow record and inexhaustible off-piste and sprinting for stardom. The billionaire pouring money into the petite, mountain-bound village says it’ll one day be “better than Moritz”. Get in now for before and after shots, quiet slopes and vintage charm, before they’re gone…

Beginner Intermediate Advanced Snowboard

Great for Experts Intermediates Snow sure

Andermatt webcam

Snow Report: Top 130cm, Bottom 50cm

Snow Forecast: 29cm expected this week

Snow History: March average depth cm

Andermatt trail map

Approx. airport transfer times depend on conditions:

Zürich (ZRH)140km, 90 minutes
Region:Uri, Switzerland
First opened:1883

Andermatt lift pass price last reported as 60 CHF (adult single day pass). Ask for a quote when booking The Chedi Andermatt.
Night skiing: Yes (at Sedrun)
Andermatt has N E W facing slopes.
Usually open for skiing November - April.

Town altitude: 1437m / 4715ft
Top of slopes: 2999m / 9839ft
Bottom of piste: 1437m / 4715ft
Vertical drop: 1527m / 5010ft
Total length of trails:120km / 31 runs
Longest piste:5km
Andermatt is so textbook Swiss you’d know you were here even if you’d never been to the country before. The Lepontine Alps huddle round the town like friends round a fondue, cow bells chime and dramatic mountain passes fan out in all directions around a timber-framed, chimney topped village. Even the petrol station has history – having appeared in the Bond movie, Goldfinger, as Sean Connery fills up his Aston Martin after a car chase on the nearby Furka pass. Locals used to say mountains here were riddled...
Cable cars on opposite sides of the village lead to the two ski areas above Andermatt; Nätschen to the north-east and Gemsstock to the south, between which there’s some seriously gnarly off-piste that makes up for the fact there aren’t reels of runs. Neither’s lifts are the most modern but that’s half their charm and, for now, keeps the crowds at bay. We love that you can actually take a 10-minute train to Nätschen which, with a little patience, also rolls on to Sedrun and a ton more beginner terrain and o...
Après takes a back seat in Andermatt, but the resort manages to muster a few lively pubs and with the swish new Chedi bar, things have taken a step in the direction of mixologists and champagne. Head to fun, wooden Spycher for pizzas in which you’ll taste the proximity of Italy, or seek out traditional Swiss dishes like egg-topped rösti served by waiters in lederhosen at the Gasthaus Zum Sternen. One of our favourite things about eating out here is that prices tend to be a lot less than you’d find elsewhere ...

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