Apartment Zeus / Zermatt
Living Area: 180 m2
A superbly equipped modern designer kitchen is open plan, giving onto the dining area with its big wooden table and generous seating. The large living area has a wide wood burning fireplace, leather sofas and subtle lighting. All these spaces give onto a wide south-facing balcony with unmatched views of Zermatt. The three bedrooms have wood-beamed sloping ceilings, they are large and cosy with beautiful wooden ceilings. One bathroom has a bath, shower and WC; while the other features a large shower and WC. There is a washing machine and a tumble dryer.
Fully equipped kitchen
The self-catered rate includes:
Bed linen and towels on arrival
All local taxes and charges
Exclusive use of the chalet and its facilities
Housekeeping Services on request.
Included in the rate are concierge services:
ARRIVAL: meeting you on arrival for your chalet holiday
TRANSFERS: arranging airport pick ups by taxi, minibus or helicopter and advising on other travel arrangements
RESORT CARE: daily chalet visits (unless you specify otherwise) to provide advice and useful tips, and a duty manager available at all times during your holiday
SKI RENTAL: assisting you in obtaining ski rental
LIFT PASSES: having your lift passes ready for you in advance
SKI SCHOOLS/GUIDES: advance booking of ski schools and mountain guides
RESTAURANTS: arranging all your mountain restaurant bookings (these can be essential)
CHILD CARE: making all necessary arrangements to provide you with quality child care (nannies, babysitters, crèche services)
AND MUCH MORE: We aim to offer a service tailored to all your wishes and would be glad to assist with any matter relating to your holiday.
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.
64 Lift facilities
11 Surface Lifts
8 Aerial cableway
10 Magic carpets
Slopes 310.4 km
easy 73.6 km
medium 218.6 km
difficult 18.2 km .
Ski routes 38.5 km
56 Lodges and restaurants
22 Après Ski bars
Located close to the Sunnega ski lift
8 minutes walk to village centre
Distances to airports:
Sion (SIR) 80km
Geneva (GVA) 240km
Zurich (ZHR) 260km