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- Sunnegga Ski Resort
- Gorner Ridge
- Klein Matterhorn Cable Car
- Zermatt-Matterhorn Ski Paradise
- Zermatt-Furi Gondola
- Furi - Trockener Steg Cable Car
- Matterhorn Glacier Paradise
- Dufourspitze Mountain
- Schwarzsee Lake
- Furi Ski Area
- Gornergrat Station
- Riffelberg - Gifthittli
- Gifthittli Gondola
- Zermatt - Furi
- Blauherd-Rothorn Paradise Cable Car
- Matterhorn Express II Cable Car
- Furi - Riffelberg
- Forest Fun Park
What you should know about Zermatt
Are you looking for the perfect place to stay in Zermatt? A hotel that fits your budget and meets your needs? Then look no further than Hotels.com. Experts in travel to Zermatt, we have worked with some of the best Zermatt hotels to bring you a fantastic array of places to stay. When you are traveling to Zermatt, getting the accommodation right is crucial if you want to be able to enjoy your stay to the max. So, we make sure that you have all the information that you need at your fingertips so that you can be certain that you have chosen the best hotel in Zermatt for you. As well as photosets of all of our Zermatt hotels, we also show you reviews and ratings of each accommodation option. These are written by other Hotels.com users who have stayed there in the past and are gathered via our user reviewing program which stresses honesty and accuracy. Particularly renowned for its skiing, Zermatt is a vacation destination that blends great natural beauty with a lively social scene.
What's Zermatt Like?
In the shadow of the famed Mount Matterhorn, there is a whole lot going on. Zermatt houses a range of top class ski resorts with ski schools, pistes for skiers of all abilities, a snowboard park and efficient ski lifts to take you wherever you want to go. Climbers also love this region; as well as the challenging Matterhorn itself, you can try your skills at conquering its smaller cousin, the 'Klein Matterhorn' or 'small Matterhorn'. Zermatt is also a brilliant place to stay if you are looking for a welcoming, varied apres ski scene. Relax in a spa, dance the night away in a club, or just settle down to a gourmet meal in a family friendly restaurant when you stay in Zermatt. The small town of Zermatt itself is a lovely place to stroll around, meanwhile, and paying a visit to the historic church is highly recommended.
How to Get Along with Locals in Zermatt
One useful thing to know when you travel to Zermatt is that this whole region is designated a combustion engine free zone. This is done for environmental reasons, as the area is one of inspiring natural beauty. So leave your car behind, or park it in one of the nearby towns, and make use of the numerous and regular electric shuttles that are available in Zermatt. At Hotels.com, we love sharing our extensive local knowledge about Zermatt; this is what makes us so perfectly placed to find you the best Zermatt hotels.
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