The Hotel Mont Cervin Palace is a traditional deluxe alpine hotel and longstanding member of the Leading Hotels of the World. The hotel was opened in 1851 and taken over by Alexander Seiler in 1855. Since then it has been acknowledged as the flagship of the Seiler Group. The hotel is situated on the main street of Zermatt, just a few minutes walk from Gornergrat Station. The hotel has a pool and spa area of 1500 sqm spread over 3 floors.
The hotel occupies Le Petit Cervin (originally Hotel Nicoletta) which has suites and superior rooms connected to the Mont Cervin by an underground passage. This hotel offers bed-and-breakfast but the clients can enjoy all the facilities of its sister hotel.
Price based on per person rate with 2 sharing a standard room. This is a guide price and availability is not guaranteed. Travel over peak periods (e.g. Christmas, New Year and other public holidays), exchange rates, flight class and room type can affect prices considerably.
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Rooms vary from standard doubles to 3 bedroomed suites as well as offering stylish, more modern apartments in its Residence. Most of the rooms have balconies or a terrace, some with Matterhorn view. They are furnished in a traditional style and offer the comforts of a 5-star property. The new 6th floor has several new rooms and suites to offer.
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Zermatt ski resort is commonly regarded as one of the best ski towns in the world, offering fabulous skiing, stupendous scenery and an extensive variety of high-quality restaurants and hotels. There has been a settlement here since the Middle Ages, with the first tourists flocking to the area in 1838. The town retains its traditional charm to this day with it being car-free, which creates a wonderfully relaxed and peaceful atmosphere and allows visitors to enjoy the clear mountain air. Free electric buses connect all the main lift stations on the valley floor and there are plenty of milk float-style electric taxis for hire. Wander off the main Bahnhofstrasse and you will quickly be walking beside ancient wooden “mazot” huts filled with farm animals and hay.
The magnificent Matterhorn is sufficient reason in itself to visit Zermatt ski resort. This distinctive pyramidal peak has become Switzerland's trademark around the globe. Wherever you are skiing the slopes or in the village, you cannot resist regular glances to see how its appearance is changing according to the light and the cloud conditions. At an altitude of 3,883m, the Matterhorn Ski Paradise is Switzerland's highest ski area; guaranteeing fabulous skiing conditions all season long which truly live up to the magic of the town.
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