05 Apr The Chedi Andermatt
Harmoniously inserted in the fascinating Swiss mountain landscape, The Chedi Andermatt combines tradition and modernity in a refined way. Inspired by the charm of Swiss grand hotels and chalets.
The rooms are divided into: 31 Deluxe (from 52 to 55 sqm), 13 Grand Deluxe (from 52 to 55, located on the upper floors), 4 Junior Deluxe suites (90 sqm), 50 Deluxe suites (110 m2), 23 Grand Deluxe suites (190 m2), 1 Gemsstock suite (134 m2), 1 Furka suite (330 m2), 1 Gotthard suite (350 m2). THE common denominator is the refined alpine-chic style furniture with comfortable leather armchairs and designer fireplaces all with panoramic windows overlooking the Gemsstock, the village of Andermatt, the Schöllenen Gorges, Nätschen or Oberalp. Sumptuous soaking tubs stand at the center of the spacious bathrooms with heated stone floors and separate showers with rain effect. Soft closing doors allow guests to increase living space or enjoy the total privacy of a separate bathroom.
Services and facilities
The Swiss resort is also, and above all, a real temple for one’s well-being. The Spa covers 2400 square meters and welcomes guests looking for relaxation: wet area with Finnish and bio saunas, saline and aromatic Turkish bath, Jacuzzi and swimming pools with hot and cold water paths make the hotel one of the wellness best destinations in Switzerland.
In addition to The Health Club, with dedicated personal trainers, there is a menu of treatments from the Far East performed in the 10 Deluxe-Spa Suites by therapists of considerable experience and with skilled and wonderful hands, following traditional Asian healing principles. Do not miss the massages, invigorating, relaxing and regenerating: panacea for all ills and panacea for body and mind.
Food & Drinks
The gastronomic offer of The Chedi is a real experience, and revolves around The Restaurant, the main restaurant that offers European, Swiss or Asian recipes in its four show kitchens. The Restaurant – The Chedi A commune table at The Restaurant Here The Japanese Restaurant represents a journey into high-level oriental flavors: authentic Michelin-starred Japanese delicacies in the sushi / sashimi bar, while the pop-up restaurant The Chalet, with a typically alpine look, offers Swiss specialties in the winter season (above all, a unforgettable fondue). The Lobby, The Courtyard and The Pool in turn offer original and delicious gastronomic proposals to hotel guests.