The Chedi Andermatt Hotel, Switzerland
After enjoying the magic experience at The Chedi Albait in Sharja and having a wonderful relationship with the GHM Group, last year I had the pleasure to be hosted by The Chedi Andermatt Hotel at the Swiss Alps.
A luxury resort in a small village at the foot of the Oberalp Pass. The ideal place for all outdoor lovers. In addition to sport, relaxation and enjoyment should of course not be neglected. And THE CHEDI ANDERMATT comes at just the right time.
THE CHEDI ANDERMATT is definitely to be recommended to anyone looking for relaxation. Inviting entrance area, a cup of tea with a chocolate brownie to check in and a personal welcome walk through the hotel. You feel that you are in good hands right from the start.
Then a secret highlight? The room! Carefully selected details such as a handwritten welcome card, a bottle of wine to drink or the fine care products from Aqua Di Parma (yesss my favorite!) make your stay something very special. Not to mention the interior, the bathtub for two and the balcony with a view.
THE CHEDI ANDERMATT is home to two restaurants: THE RESTAURANT and THE JAPANESE RESTAURANT. Both have been awarded - one with 14 Gault Millau points (THE RESTAURANT) and one with 16 Gault Millau points and a Michelin star. While THE RESTAURANT specializes in European and Asian dishes, Japanese dishes are the order of the day at THE JAPANESE RESTAURANT.
There are around 16 dishes on the menu. The guest can choose as many courses as he likes and can put together his favourites menu as he likes.
THE CHEDI ANDERMATT is the perfect haven for outdoor fans. While you can climb the mountains of the region during the day in the summer and autumn months, you can relax in the spa area in the evening and treat yourself to a glass of wine in the hotel's Wine Library. Andermatt definitely has charm, especially in winter: winter wonderland with a view of the mountains and the opportunity to jump on skis or snowboards at any time. And even in such moments, THE CHEDI ANDERMATT - despite its size - is considered a welcoming, temporary home.
The atmosphere in the spa itself is really special: As in the hotel itself, there are always small oases everywhere where you can relax, and the large loungers by the pool not only have their own fireplace, but also (as if by magic) fine snacks delivered. Especially the "hydrotherapy" area with the oriental pools is incredibly beautiful.
I spent the afternoon with relish moving between the (heated!) Outdoor pool, the indoor pool and the various whirlpools, saunas and steam baths before I was allowed to go for a massage.
If you have something to celebrate - be it just yourself, and do it right - you do everything right with a The Chedi Andermatt Weekend, and there are also really great packages that perfect the experience.