The Chedi Andermatt

Andermatt, Switzerland

The Chedi Andermatt

Surrounded by the natural, year-round beauty of the Swiss Alps, The Chedi nestles elegantly among the classic ski chalets of Andermatt, a village of timeless charm in the Urseren Valley. The hotel was designed by the renowned architect Jean-Michel Gathy and offers 105 spacious guest rooms and suites. Traditional materials such as warm woods and natural stones create a personal and stylish atmosphere.

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hotel Guide


  • 101 guest rooms feature dark Alpine wood, soft leather chairs and sofas, panoramic windows, and open fireplaces. The bathrooms feature large bathtubs, heated stone floors, and separate rain showers.
  • Deluxe Rooms: 52–55 sqm, king-size bed, mountain or village view, balcony, fireplace.
  • Grand Deluxe Rooms: 52–55 sqm, king-size bed, superior view, high floor, balcony, fireplace.
  • Junior Deluxe Suite: 90 sqm, king-size bed, view of Naetschen Mountain or Urseren Valley, balcony, fireplace
  • Deluxe Suite: 110 sqm, king-size bed, mountain or village view, balcony, fireplace
  • Gemsstock Suite: 134 sqm, king-size bed, high ceiling, panoramic view, balcony, fireplace
  • Furka Suite: 330 sqm, 3 bedrooms, high ceiling, panoramic view, balcony, fireplace.

Our Favourite

  • Located 2,300 metres above sea level, The Japanese by The Chedi Andermatt pairs stunning views with outstanding Japanese cuisine. Chef Dietmar Sawyere and his experienced team have created a beautiful menu of authentic dishes, including shidashi bentō, omakase, kaiseki, sushi, and tempura, which you can enjoy as you gaze out across the Gotthard pass, Oberalp pass, and Urseren valley.

Wine & Dine

  • East meets West. Four open kitchens specialising in cold cuts, desserts, and Western and Asian cuisine.
  • A huge cellar with a wide range of the region’s finest cheeses and wines.
  • The Japanese Restaurant by Hide Yamamoto serves authentic Japanese cuisine.
  • The Wine Library offers an extensive choice of elegant wines, by the glass or bottle.


  • Fusalp is the eye-catcher on the slopes.


  • Rooms from CHF 480 per night.
Local Guide

Worth getting out of bed for

  • This winter, The Chedi Andermatt will transform its sunny Courtyard into a traditional mountain winter village, offering hearty food and drink and festive experiences rooted in nostalgia to guests of all ages. The Winter Village will open as the first snow falls in Andermatt in mid-November, with more offerings unveiled in the run-up to Christmas.

  • The Spa has a range of baths and saunas, including bio and Finnish saunas, a scented salt steam bath, hot and cold plunge pools, a hammam, an ice fountain, and a flower bath.

  • Guests can relax with an Oriental treatment in one of the 10 spa suites.

Good to know

  • An ecologically-developed 18-hole golf course, set amongst spectacular scenery, is being built with easy access to the village.

Winter activities

  • When winter comes to Andermatt, the Ursern valley turns into a fantastic ski arena with 20 lifts and 125 km of well-groomed pistes.
  • The Chedi Andermatt provides their guests with a very unique Ski Butler - dedicated professionals who will sort out your winter sporting equipment needs.

How to get there

  • By air: Zurich (150 km), Milan (180 km), Geneva (290 km).
  • By train: Nearest stations are Andermatt Station and Göschenen Station.
  • A shuttle service can be arranged on request to pick you up at the airport or railway station.
  • By car: Andermatt is easily accessible by road from Stuttgart and Munich (4 hours), Milan (2 hours), Zurich airport (90 mins) and Lucerne (45 mins).
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