Piste map key
1 Mountain Railway, 2, 19 Funiculars, 3, 5, 6, 8-11, 13, 18, 36 Cable cars, 17, 35, 42 Gondolas, 15, 16, 25-27, 31, 38 Chairlifts,
A car-free resort with great skiing, jawdropping scenery and superb restaurants.
- Incredible views of the Matterhorn.
- High-altitude glacier skiing.
- Pretty, convenient resort.
Amazing scenery, a huge 360km of skiing and a beautiful resort centre - Zermatt has everything. With the iconic Matterhorn as your backdrop you can start the day in Switzerland, ski in Italy and lunch on authentic Italian food in Cervinia and be back in time for dinner in this stunning resort. Its world-class ski area is known for the high-altitude and advanced skiing, but it also has beginner areas closer to the town. The resort centre is bustling in the evenings with buzzing nightlife and a range of fantastic restaurants to try out.
You’ll find a great après environment with plenty of bars to suit any budget. There are over 100 restaurants, from fancy bistros to typically Swiss specialities.
If you’re looking for even more adventure, you can even try heli-skiing. And there are plenty of other activities, like snowshoeing, ice skating and tobogganing too. Zermatt accommodation is mostly high-end – with a price tag to match. But if it’s luxury you’re after, there are few better places than Zermatt.
Top 3 accommodations in Zermatt
Hotel Alpen Resort
from £1072 per person
Hotel Alpen Royal
from £882 per person
La Perle Apartments
from £668 per person
120CHF hotel credit
Kids ski free: free helmet for kids booking skis and boots
Senior savers: reduced lift pass prices for seniors 65 years +