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Zermatt, Switzerland, is an alpine paradise and perfect retreat for skiers and snowboarders with some cash to spare, as it is also one of the most expensive places to lodge in the Alps. This is because it has the best ski conditions in Northern Europe almost 364 days year-round. Most people visit Zermatt to ski, snowboard, hike, climb or mountain bike. The famous MatterhornandBreithornmountains are located in Zermatt. Fit and experienced climbers may enjoy the challenge of Monte Rosa, and the Monterosa Ski areais perfect for skiers of all levels. If you are a beginner or need some refresher instruction, you can attend the different ski schools in Zermatt. Bikers will enjoy the rugged trails of Zermatt, but you need to know which lifts can accommodate your bike, and Sunnegga and Schwarzsee are among the bike-friendly lifts. The Gornergrat Railway is a mountain train that you can use for sightseeing or accessing the slopes, and it accommodates bikes as well. While you may go to Zermatt for action on the slopes, you will likely want to take a break at Papperla Pub. The Vernissage is a disco bar and theatre where you can party or watch films.

When to Go

Since Zermatt is situated well above sea level in the Alps, the temperature ranges from chilly to cold most of the year. The area does have seasonal changes, however. The summer months may experience highs in the lower 20s C (upper 60s to lower 70s F), and it can drop as low as -10°C (14°F) in the winter. While it is possible to ski year-round, skiers and snowboarders can find the best conditions from the fall until spring. Those who enjoy hiking and horseback riding will enjoy Zermatt in warmer months.

Ski conditions best from fall to spring

Aug is hottest with highs up to 23°C (73°F), winter lows from -8 to -10°C (18 to 14°F)

Driest months are January to March, with up to 40 cm (15.7 in) rainfall per year

Getting There

Visitors can charter a flight into Zermatt from one of the major Swiss airports, but the cost is quite high. Most people come into Zermatt using the train. The Swiss Transfer Ticket is the least expensive fare option available through the Swiss Federal Railway. Note that Zermatt is car-free, and considering this town has only five or six roads, it makes sense. You can walk or take solar electric taxis, cable cars and buses to get around. Cars are only allowed as far as Täsch, which is 7 km (4.3 mi) away, and you will need to take a bus or train for the last leg if your trip is to Zermatt. The police will fine you heavily if you try to drive into Zermatt.

No cars allowed in Zermatt

Train or private charter flight to get in

Foot, solar transport, cable cars for vicinity travel

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From US$126

1 BEST WESTERN Hotel Butterfly

3 stars
5.0 / 5 1 reviews

Bodmenstrasse 21 Map

Offering a favourable location and relaxing atmosphere. BEST WESTERN Hotel Butterfly Zermatt is the right choice of accommodation, while visiting Zermatt. Zermatt - Kirche, Rothorn, Plateau Rosa,... More

From US$78

2 Hotel Jaegerhof

3 stars
4.0 / 5

Steinmattstrasse 85 Map

Welcome to the Hotel Jagerhof and our apartments! The cosy 3 Star Hotel with special charm, heartiness and a lot of history is situated in a quiet location close to the centre of Zermatt. You reach... More

From US$155

3 Sunstar Style Hotel Zermatt

4 stars
4.0 / 5

Untere Mattenstrasse 50 Map

Relax in the cosy spaces, modern amenities and friendly atmosphere at Sunstar Style Hotel Zermatt, a tastefully-decorated property in Zermatt near the beautiful Matterhorn. From the hotel, tourists... More

From US$98

4 Europe Hotel and Spa

4 stars
5.0 / 5 1 reviews

Riedstrasse 18 Map

Travellers looking to escape the bustle of city living, find a tranquil retreat in the cosy spaces of Europe Hotel & Spa Zermatt. Besides providing comfortable accommodations and plush amenities,... More

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The spa and dinner after a long day walking down from Gornergratt was fantastic.
18 Sep 2013
From US$178

5 Hotel Mirabeau

4 stars
4.8 / 5

Untere Mattenstrasse 12-14 Map

Leisure travellers planning on a ski getaway by booking in comfortable units with Alpine ambience in this side of Switzerland find ideal base at the idyllic Hotel Mirabeau Zermatt. Visitors at this... More

From US$187

6 Hotel Alex Zermatt

4 stars
Not yet reviewed

Bodmenstrasse 12 Map

The Alex in the heart of Zermatt is a mountain hut on the outside and a stylish boutique hotel on the inside. It features a superb spa, sports and fitness area and offers free Wi-Fi. Behind the... More

From US$127

7 Hotel Restaurant Derby Zermatt

3 stars
4.0 / 5

Bahnhofstrasse 22 Map

We guarantee our full attention and hospitality at all times. The Hotel Derby was built in 1945 by Josef Aufdenblatten. It is still a family-owned business today and was totally renovated in 1997... More

From US$149

8 Hotel Daniela Zermatt

4 stars
4.0 / 5

Steinmattstrasse 39 Map

Hotel Daniela may be small, but it has a lot to offer. Situated just 10 minutes away from the mountain lifts and the train station in a quiet location, the 24 cozy single, double and family rooms... More

From US$194

9 BEST WESTERN PLUS Alpen Resort Hotel

4 stars
4.5 / 5

Spissstrasse 52 Map

Whether in Zermatt for business reasons or for a leisurely and relaxing holiday, BEST WESTERN Alpen Resort Zermatt will provide guests comfort, convenience and privacy during their stay. At... More

From US$123

10 Hotel Walliserhof Swiss Q

4 stars
4.0 / 5

Bahnhofstrasse 30 Map

Walliserhof Swiss Q Hotel is a traditional Valasian style chalet right in the centre of the village. Just a few minutes' walk from the cable cars, the hotel is ideal for those who enjoy walking or... More

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