Hg2 : The Hedonist

A Hedonist’s guide to…

Zermatt

Backstage Hotel
Heinz Julen's Backstage Hotel in Zermatt boldly offers guests the chance to live inside art and replicate the story of Genesis in the spa.
Lusi Restaurant
Despite the five-star pretensions of its parent hotel, The Lusi Restaurant is all about laid-back Mediterranean style; celebrity guests add to its cachet.
Mont Cervin
Arguably the most lavish spa in Zermatt - if not Switzerland - Mont Cervin offers spa junkies 1,700-square-metes of awe-inspiring amenities.
Mirabeau Spa
Mirabeau Spa caters predominantly to the hotel of the same name, but is open to the public, too; the Finnish sauna is its crowning glory.
Findlerhof
Although Findlerhof may not be as renowned as Chez Vrony, it is certainly as good; a mouthwatering menu is backed up by razor-sharp service. What else do you want?
Chez Vrony
Looking for fine-dining on the mountain? Call off the search, Chez Vrony is here to cater for your every whim; expect mouthwatering mountain good and a wine list so extensive you're sure to stumble down the slope on the way home.
Vernissage
Style and sophistication abound at Vernissage, where discerning drinkers can indulge in a cocktail or three before taking a look around the in-house art gallery.
Zum See
If Zum See is good enough for Sir Richard Branson's New Year's Eve parties, then it's certainly good enough for us.
Schneewittchen
Found beneath Papperla, Schneewittchen is all about low ceilings and pumping dance music; the Swiss crowd can't get enough.
Hotel Post
Young skiers flock to The Hotel Post for strong drinks and good jazz; a simple formula that's cemented its position on Zermatt's apres-ski scene.
Heimberg
Wine shop-cum-bar-cum-restaurant Heimberg has a focus on wine, and then some. Expect to get sozzled.
Zermatterhoff
The rich and famous flock to Zermatterhoff in their designer-clad droves - and with five golden stars attached to its name, it's not hard to see why.
The Omnia
The Omnia is one of Zermatt's sleekest design hotels; expect cutting-edge minimalism and first-class amenities.
Monte Rosa
The Monte Rosa is a discreet, tucked-away hotel with five-star appeal; so good is it, in fact, that Winston Churchill used to stay here when in town.
Riffelalp Resort
An Hg2 favourite; the Riffelalp Resort has lashings of ski style, all at 2,222-metres up.

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