Apartment High Seven / Zermatt
Modern alpine design, ski-in ski-out district, Winkelmatten, the spirit of the mountains and the tranquility of the village Zermatt, Apartment High Seven has it all. Winkelmatten is known as the “Beverly Hills” of Zermatt. Guests can ski through the meadow and down to the Klein Matterhorn Express Lift and ski back to the door of the chalet down the Moosweg ski-run. The small luxury apartment offers stunning view of the Matterhorn. It boasts two king-size bedrooms one with an en suite bathroom with shower, WC and sink and one private bathroom with shower, WC and sink. The kitchen is fully equipped.
The lounge and dining area is perfect to realx after a day on the slopes whilst watching a movie on the scale plasma flat screen television. Wireless internet throughout allows you to stay connected with the world. Guest can watch the skiers from the balcony. The ski room is in the basement. There are also in-house laundry facilities.
Open plan living and dining area
Two bedrooms one en suite and one with private shower room
Balcony with Matterhorn views
2 x Double/twin bedrooms with en-suite shower rooms
"Ski In, Ski Out"
Collection of DVD's
Flat-screen satelite TV in every bedroom
Flat Screen TV
Wireless Internet (WiFi)
Luxury accommodation on your chosen dates
Exclusive use of the property and its facilities
All linen, utilities
Linen and towels
Daily cleaning (additional cost)
WiFi Internet access
In resort concierge service
Pre-arrival itinerary build and booking of all servicesat additional cost: airport service, car hire, nanny, chef, ski adventures and instructors, massage and beauty treatments, sport and leisure activities and more. Our concierge team are experts at fulfilling any request that you may have.
All prices are subject to change and will be confirmed at time of the booking.
From the moment you step off your Swiss-red train, and catch sight of the cobbled streets and horses with sleighs patiently waiting for their rides, you know you are in a special place. The most romantic of all resorts. What strikes everybody most often is the silence. There are no cars in Zermatt. This immediately creates a welcoming atmosphere. The air is fresh and alpine. But more than this, you immediately feel a part of the village.
It draws you in. Most everyone is on foot, locals and visitors alike. The main street bustles happily with pedestrians. There are no impersonal tour buses belching out noise, fumes, and package tourists. Zermatt is no auto through-route. The train stops here. All journeys on from here are on foot or ski. Everyone is here because they love mountains. Walking through the cobbled paths of town, between the ancient sunburnt barns and chalets, you catch your first glimpse of the Matterhorn and know you have come to the right place. Welcome to Zermatt... Zermatt, under the shadow of the Matterhorn, is one of Europe's best ski areas. Linked to Cervinia, just over the border in Italy, Zermatt offers over 250km of pistes. Despite 71 lifts, there is often a bit of a queue to get up the mountain in the morning. Once there you will be spoiled for choice whatever your ability. Throw in a world class terrain park and pipe and you realize Zermatt is truly a top resort. Off the piste, Zermatt is traditional, slightly snobby and expensive. Nightlife is also very good.
Highest lift: 3820m
New: Matterhorn glacier ride
55 lifts in Zermatt-Matterhorn
360 km piste
Longest run 14 km
Runs:36 Blue. 80 Red. 30 Black
12 km Cross Country
2 Snow Parks
Moosstrasse 36, Zermatt
Approx. 4 minutes by eletric taxi
Approx. 15 minute walk
Distances to airports:
Sion (SIR) 80km
Geneva (GVA) 240km
Zurich (ZHR) 260km