In Zermatt, many of the 2,437 accommodation options in Zermatt are apartment rentals, which represent 68.7% of the properties on offer. The standard size of apartment rentals in Zermatt is 84 m², and they cost, on average, £317 a night. Furthermore, these properties are optimal for medium-sized groups and families, as that is the average number of holidaymakers that apartment rentals are able to welcome in Zermatt. You might also like to compare other accommodation types in Zermatt. Hotel rooms are another typical accommodation option in Zermatt, with 472 offers to compare. Hotel rooms in Zermatt are 49 m² on average, with an average price of £268 a night.
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Find your perfect chalet rental in Zermatt
Known for its beautiful alpine chalets, car-free centre and dramatic mountainous surroundings, Zermatt is a popular resort in both summer and winter. Stay in a comfortably furnished holiday cottage to experience everything this charming Swiss town has to offer.
Gourmet food in an alpine setting
Whether you're looking for world-class restaurants or traditional mountain fare, Zermatt has something for you. Chez Vrony is one of the best-known restaurants, combining a sunny terrace and cosy atmosphere with well-executed takes on Swiss classics. Heimberg is another highlight, boasting a Michelin star and a creative menu.
Don't leave without trying traditional dishes like rösti and fondue. Aroleid, set in a charming alpine chalet, is a good choice when you're on the mountain, while the old-fashioned Schwyzer Stuebli offers hearty fare in the town centre.
Superb skiing and hiking
Zermatt is one of the few resorts in the world that offers year-round skiing. In winter, the ski area extends over 360 kilometres, offering slopes for all experience levels. Thanks to the region's glaciers, skiing is even possible in the height of summer. Thanks to the manicured pistes and gorgeous scenery, this is amongst Europe's premier ski destinations.
The area is also known for its extensive hiking and mountain biking trails. Walk up to Gornergrat ridge to see the sun rise over the Matterhorn, the most-photographed mountain in the world. Alternatively, pedal your way around 100 kilometres of scenic bike trails.
Every April, Zermatt Unplugged takes over the town. A five-day music festival spread over 13 stunning venues, it features around 80 concerts. In the past, the likes of Chris de Burgh, Alanis Morissette and Lionel Richie have all taken to the stage.
Each August, the town celebrates its foodie reputation with the Swiss Food Festival, where top Zermatt chefs prepare fresh and innovative dishes. Another summer highlight is the Zermatt Festival, with classical music performed by world-class musicians.
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