The Grand Hotel Zermatterhof is the high-end hub of resort life in the Alpine village of Zermatt, with the familiar Matterhorn as its backdrop. Arrive by horse and carriage, then enjoy indulgent comfort in the luxe rooms, gourmet restaurants and full-service spa.
Sleekly modern yet warm with rustic Alpine touches, Hotel Bellerive is a chic hideaway centrally located in Zermatt. With its chalet-style structure, central lobby fireplace and relaxed atmosphere, this boutique hotel presents a family-run feeling in a stylish space.
The hotel is located within a ten-minute walk to all the main sights, including the Glacier Paradise Cable Cars and the Sunnegga Express. It also operates a convenient electric shuttle to the train station, an important touch since Zermatt is a car-free resort.
Each of the 25 rooms and suites is individually designed to give a feeling of comfort, with contemporary furnishings in soft neutral tones, fuzzy blankets and rustic wood accents. The south-facing rooms boast views of the Matterhorn through their large windows or from balconies.
While Hotel Bellerive does not have a full restaurant, it does serve an excellent buffet breakfast featuring local meats, cheeses and pastries. The hotel also sets out sandwiches for picnic lunches, should you wish to take some on the go to your mountain adventures.
There is also a small spa with a sauna, Jacuzzi and massage available.
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All 25 rooms are warmly furnished with plush mattresses and feather pillows, with rustic wood featured throughout. Wi-Fi, espresso machines, minibars, robes and slippers all come as standard, and dogs are welcomed in all rooms.
The Chic rooms offer showers and north-facing balconies. The Deluxe rooms have seating areas, French doors and south-facing balconies; an upgrade to the Panorama Deluxe gets you Matterhorn views.
The Junior suites all have a spacious living area in addition to the bedroom. Two of them offer a separate bathtub in the room, and the other has a fireplace.
The singular Sky Room offers floor-to-ceiling windows, a skylit bathtub in a loft and the chance to watch the sun set over the Matterhorn from your bed.
The hotel is right in the middle of Zermatt, but is tucked into a quiet residential street, making it a peaceful retreat. Even in car-free Zermatt, the hotel is easy to reach thanks to its convenient electric shuttle from the train station. Yet it’s also just a ten-minute walk from the town’s main attractions, including Glacier Paradise and the Sunnegga Express.
Food and drink
- Hotel serves a buffet breakfast, with a wide selection of hot and cold buffet items.
- All-local produce and plenty of homemade treats.
- Late breakfast available in your room.
- Steps from local restaurants outside the hotel.
- The larger rooms and suites can accommodate young children on a sofa bed.
Facilities and activities
- Relaxation room
- Massage treatments on request
We love Bellerive for its convenient location, friendly atmosphere and stylish interiors. The hotel’s extra touches, like complimentary fresh fruit, set it apart.
Places & hotels on the map
Alternative places to stay nearby
Where possible, we like to offer a range of accommodation for each stop of your trip, chosen by our specialists as some of their favourite places to stay. To help you make the right choice, we give each property a rating based on its facilities and service, but we also look for hotels with distinct character or a location that can’t be bettered.
The Hotel Daniela provides traditional Alpine comfort in the heart of Zermatt. Traditionally decorated rooms, with timbered roofs, Alpine scenes and textiles made from the hoteliers’ own wool, all add to the feeling of home that this family-run hotel seeks to create.
Experiences while staying here
The following activities are designed to give you the most authentic experiences of the area where you’re staying. We work with local guides, who use their knowledge and often a resident’s eye to show you the main sights and more out-of-the-way attractions. Our specialists can also suggest outdoor pursuits and activities, such as cooking classes, that will introduce you to the traditions of the area’s inhabitants.
The Glacier Express panoramic train meanders through the pine-covered valleys and barren mountain passes of the Swiss Alps between St. Moritz and Zermatt, and you can see it all while enjoying exceptional service on this day-long railway journey.
Explore one of the Alps’ most accessible peaks with a rack-railway ride to the top of Gornergrat, overlooking the mountains’ longest glacier. Take in the seemingly endless sea of peaks and then marvel at the Matterhorn’s reflection in Riffelsee.